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"al gutierrez" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"al gutierrez" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Show her. What is it L L? No idea. Well, I mean who who is this person Millard Fillmore, former president of the United States go. Okay, mood, allerg- them. I didn't even know this is I know what his full name has Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. No middle name. No, just like my mother, Ruth, Cody. No middle name. Uh-huh. You're a trick. Trick question, man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off, you know, I've solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name of. But I started that when I was like twenty two and I am pick the middleman. No, not Al is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. L is a a Goto generic name that I use for everything Al Hamilton Alba Gilly, cutting now mcgillicuddy L Amilton, I can't pick a name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Money that things that rhyme with Izzy can you can you create your own middle name if you don't have one. Yes. Tire name if I want to you could legally right or Greg Cody junior and get my PF PI SPF. I don't know what it is the FBI. He's PI by the way, the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna know to those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and Joan enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza with the rest of the group thing about that. You wanted to make sure that we got then crested if you have it, but it's fun. Do you ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next donlevatar Yanni out of a boo. Boo. Stugatz. Jaanus out of a boom bow these live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. So you went to see Hamilton last night. Yeah. Marvelous, obviously, not on Broadway because you live down here. Right. Really that good. It really was I had heard the legend of it over the past few years. But wasn't totally familiar with what I was walking into and os just. Blown away. I just love the whole concept of modernizing a two hundred fifty year old story with sort of the the hip hop presentation. And and vibe to the whole thing. I thought it was great. It was a long play. That was so fast paced at it. It moved like a local really hammer that point home though, the long play like, it's it's an even in your top five. If it's so long that that's like the first thing you talk about. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. It was it's it's up five well before you get to your five just curious around the room here. Chris if there's like something a show a concert if there's like a favorite and why for me? Well, I want my family. We went up to New York, and I saw fish in the dark with Larry, David. And we had really good seats for that. That was really good. It was really just cool. Because seeing I'm a big fan of curb and Seinfeld all that stuff said Larry David like, we were up close house a cool show. It sounds fun. No. I haven't gone to a play. I don't usually go to concerts. It's usually so. The ones that you have been to you just had a terrible time. So you don't wanna list them? No. It's not had a terrible time. It's just not memorable to me. What concerts were they? There was a concert down here at bayfront for massive attack. And they were cooperation see I won't give you a hard time about that. But up until about two years ago, I had been to like three concerts, my whole life. It just so happens. The last couple years I've gone to a good amount. And so I've got I've got list potentials, but the funniest I mean, the best the funniest thing I've ever seen live, and you know, there's difference between being entertained by like, you know, things that make you laugh cry whatever, and, you know, just listening to a bunch of music and drinking a bunch, but. Book of Mormon is the funniest thing. I've ever seen live. I saw it on Broadway twice. Actually, how good it was. And I didn't really know what it was going in. I just knew that the south park guys wrote it so I knew to expect them, you know, interesting content, and it was absolutely hilarious..

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"al gutierrez" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"al gutierrez" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Show her. What is it L L? No idea. Well, I mean who who is this person Millard Fillmore, former president of the United States go. Okay, mood, allerg- them. I didn't even know this is I know what his full name has Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. No middle name. No, just like my mother, Ruth, Cody. No middle name. Uh-huh. You're a trick. Trick question, man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off, you know, I've solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name of. But I started that when I was like twenty two and I am pick the middleman. No, not Al is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. L is a a Goto generic name that I use for everything Al Hamilton Alba Gilly, cutting now mcgillicuddy L Amilton, I can't pick a name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Money that things that rhyme with Izzy can you can you create your own middle name if you don't have one. Yes. Tire name if I want to you could legally right or Greg Cody junior and get my PF PI SPF. I don't know what it is the FBI. He's PI by the way, the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna know to those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and Joan enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza with the rest of the group thing about that. You wanted to make sure that we got then crested if you have it, but it's fun. Do you ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next donlevatar Yanni out of a boo. Boo. Stugatz. Jaanus out of a boom bow these live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. So you went to see Hamilton last night. Yeah. Marvelous, obviously, not on Broadway because you live down here. Right. Really that good. It really was I had heard the legend of it over the past few years. But wasn't totally familiar with what I was walking into and os just. Blown away. I just love the whole concept of modernizing a two hundred fifty year old story with sort of the the hip hop presentation. And and vibe to the whole thing. I thought it was great. It was a long play. That was so fast paced at it. It moved like a local really hammer that point home though, the long play like, it's it's an even in your top five. If it's so long that that's like the first thing you talk about. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. It was it's it's up five well before you get to your five just curious around the room here. Chris if there's like something a show a concert if there's like a favorite and why for me? Well, I want my family. We went up to New York, and I saw fish in the dark with Larry, David. And we had really good seats for that. That was really good. It was really just cool. Because seeing I'm a big fan of curb and Seinfeld all that stuff said Larry David like, we were up close house a cool show. It sounds fun. No. I haven't gone to a play. I don't usually go to concerts. It's usually so. The ones that you have been to you just had a terrible time. So you don't wanna list them? No. It's not had a terrible time. It's just not memorable to me. What concerts were they? There was a concert down here at bayfront for massive attack. And they were cooperation see I won't give you a hard time about that. But up until about two years ago, I had been to like three concerts, my whole life. It just so happens. The last couple years I've gone to a good amount. And so I've got I've got list potentials, but the funniest I mean, the best the funniest thing I've ever seen live, and you know, there's difference between being entertained by like, you know, things that make you laugh cry whatever, and, you know, just listening to a bunch of music and drinking a bunch, but. Book of Mormon is the funniest thing. I've ever seen live. I saw it on Broadway twice. Actually, how good it was. And I didn't really know what it was going in. I just knew that the south park guys wrote it so I knew to expect them, you know, interesting content, and it was absolutely hilarious..

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"al gutierrez" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"al gutierrez" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"All throughout the day. Now, you take that Sipa coffee confidence sip after say something that you think that people like, right? I wanted the giant the most giant Cup of coffee ever at the end of that last segment, and at this Friday, I wanted to just run out of the building and go home and relax. Kick my heels feeling satisfied that got you on the heart network out the first first one, you know, the ten o'clock one was a bit of a disappointment. I thought you were looking at the clock. And maybe you weren't I don't know. I think you're lying to me. And that was a you never know set up there. And then this one short segment, and we went along with STAN easy setup with the long con. And I actually thought you were going to trip over a successful out because I thought you were going to end the sentence at just the right time. I said, do you feel absolutely great? I feel like I don't wanna do anything this segment because I just want to celebrate that. Yeah. That was that was a sad on my part. I I thought me discussing a NFL pick was so sacrosanct that it would rise above the level of the level of what you're talking about your own personal health. Yeah. That one that one. I they would not cut you off. There are no rules here. Right. Nothing is sacred. I'm glad that you the way that he did because I had a PF PI question. I wanted to ask you, and I feel like you would have felt super betrayed if you would have gotten cut off that way because you've had a great year making picks. And I'm wondering if that carried over the PF L slow quick quick. Yeah. Interruption here. Sorry, the reason I did because Chris had mentioned in my ear. And I don't know if you did that on purpose where you did like the flick flick flick of the ear into my microphone, but you said Billy's got something. And I totally waved you off without. You're not going to turn that way. And look at that clock again. Just so, you know, had to wave you off there. Sorry about that. Billy. Thank you for that question. I'm I'm happy to say that Greg's logos. Are the two thousand eighteen PF PI champion with a seven one. Sure, I thought everybody knew by now it's pro football predictions Inc. We know it is it's the Cody family legend which would have been doing for decades and decades since the late sixties. NPR? It's not fantasy. This is basic predictions. And we brought it back in the early two thousands PBR. And the Lobos one this year. It was our all time record eighth all-time championship. And third of the new era are seven oh five winning percentage was the highest since two thousand and five and we won the winning margin was nine games, which is an all time. I'm trying to figure out the notes that he's reading this from. But there are no notes. This is off the top of the head. This is right from the heart which could actually well, congratulations. When's the gala gala is coming up the weekend? The last weekend in January the twenty sixth and seventh. I think makes rough riders do they finished second but nine games behind the Bose? Wow. So it wasn't even close this year. No. Since you won this time or no is going to be more at the gala. There's the champions dinner, which which is part of the gala that he gets to pick the menu. Yes. Yes. Thought about this one. This is exciting. You know, I haven't who won last year. My brother takes rough riders. Did he pick for the meal? He always picked something weird. You know, he's level of pick tripe or. Hagous or they put the pressure on you have to prepare the meal, I prepared and in this case pick the menu. I'll pick something a little different. Maybe chateaux brianna. Maybe, you know, something a little bit of the unusual. You know, like may maybe late like filet Mignon, wrapped in pacer puff pastry. Something like that with a maybe some sort of a cognac based off. I he's talking this out on the air. We don't know yet. Exciting for him. It's exciting for me. Bentley touch the microphone with my lip. I just did that too. You're gonna wear a tux. Do this thing again. No, I will wear a suit or a jacket. I always used to get the rest of the family to dress in tuxes, absolutely. To the nines and make him feel feel under dressed. I would a wonderful usually the rest of the family's just uninterested in mocking him. How Syria I just hope Christmas critters don't show up drunk like they did two or three years ago and late for the gala, by the way, it's on Sunday brunch. Such a breach of family decorum and just as a stab to the heart of Cody family history. Critters sounds like you're talking about his kids and you're talking about his kids showing up drug. No, no that's Christopher's team. Name versus critters. Is this you're going to be streamed? Like it was last year. Was that a one time affair that? Did not go over well within the family that was considered a betrayal of breach. And I was not happy. I'm speaking only for myself. We're going do we're gonna do something on social media related to the PF BI gala, but certainly won't be livestream or Olympic video. It might be do you award an award to yourself. And then a thank you speech. So really nobody else is necessary this year because you pick the food you eat the food you give the speeches and present the award. Well, no, we we do have other categories in our award ceremony. And and everybody in the league gets to make a speech allotted an escalating amount of time. We all have walkup songs if you finish in last place. You might only get fifteen seconds to speak escalating up to about two men. Everyone only talks for fifteen seconds. He's the only one that talks for a long time. Right. Well, the champion and founder and all time winner. Who why did we ask that question again, Billy? I. Now, the galas very interesting to me PF is something that I hold with high regard, even I've never been a member never will be a member. It's one of those things that you look into. And you're like, hey that kinda sucks feeling like an outsider, even though you're right there. Right. It's crazy. Well, it's it's it's an exclusive league. I mean relatives of ours. Nephews have asked to be in PF PI and we kindly rebuff. He barely let my wife in. Well, you know, she's in. She's in good standing, even though she doesn't like shrimp and mushroom. We love her. Anyway, my younger brothers had a girlfriend for a few years now. She's not in right? Well, she didn't know which end of the football goes up. Which end of the football does go up either. Because they're identical question. So for your entry into the? FBI PF PI among. Able to answer one of Greg's trick question, which of the flip side of the football is right. And if they don't know that it's a trick question. If they just look confused by the question is that good enough to get them in. No. And and the alternate trick question is what is Millard Fillmore as middle name. Seahawks a little bit. I just think we're all trying to figure them out. They've done some impressive things. I mean, no idea. Wow. I mean who who is this person Millard Fillmore, former president of the United States mood Allard? I didn't even know this is I know what his full name as Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. Just like my mother Ruth, Cody, no middle name. You're a trick question. Man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name. But I started that when I was like twenty two and Adam pick the middleman, no not out is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. Alicea Goto generic name that I use for everything Al Hamilton mcgillicuddy mcgillicuddy L Hamilton. I can't pick name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Things that rhyme. Busy, can you create your own middle name if you don't have one? Yes. Name. If I want to you could legally or Greg Cody junior and get my FBI SPF. I don't know what it is the FBI. He's. By the way, the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna not those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and don't enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza. With the rest of the group. Thank you about that. You wanted to make sure that we got thin crust. If you have it, but it's fine. You ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next. Johnny. Go ahead lebatardshow with two cats on ESPN radio. Nothing is more important than protecting your family and property. That's why you should make.

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"al gutierrez" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"al gutierrez" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Critters is this. You're going to be streamed. Like it was last year. Was that a one time affair that? Did not go over well within the family that was considered a betrayal breach. And I was not happy with it. Yeah. I'm speaking only for myself what we're going to do. We're gonna do something on social media related to the PF PI gala, but certainly won't be like a livestream or a lengthy video. It might be do you award and award to yourself. And then have a thank you speech. So really nobody else is necessary this year because you pick the food you eat the food you give the speeches and you present the award. No, we we do have other categories in our award ceremony. And and everybody in the league gets to make a speech allotted an escalating amount of time. We all have walkup songs if you finish in last place. You might only get fifteen seconds to speak escalating up to about two min. Everyone only talks for fifteen seconds. He's the only one that talks for a long time. Right. Well, you know, the champion and founder an old time winner. Uh-huh. Who why did we ask that question again, Billy I because. Get them to know the galas. Very interesting to me PF is something that I hold with high regard, even though I've never been a member never will be a member. It's one of those things that you look into. And you're like, hey that kind sucks like an outsider, even though you're right there. Right. That's crazy. Well, let's it's it's an exclusive league. I mean relatives of ours. Nephews have asked to be in PF PI, and we kind of rebuff he barely let my wife in. Well, you know, she's in. She's in good standing, even though she doesn't like shrimp and mushroom. We love her. Anyway, my brothers had a girlfriend for a few years now. She's not in right? Well, she didn't know which end of the football goes up which end of the fall does go up either because of their identical question. So for your entry into the af PF raft to be able to answer one of Greg's trick question. Which of the flip side of the football is up. Right. Right. And if they don't know that it's a trick question. If they just look confused by the question is that good enough to get them in. No. And the alternate trick question is what does Millard Fillmore as middle name. Peter. What is it Al how no idea? Well, I mean who who is this person Millard Fillmore, former president of the United States go. Okay, mood, Allard them. I didn't even know what this is. I know what his full name is Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. No middle name. No, just like my mother Ruth, Cody, no middle name. Uh-huh. You're a trick question. Man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off, you know, I've solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name. But I started that when I was like twenty two and I am pick the middleman. No, not out is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. Alicea a Goto generic name that I use for everything. Al Hamilton Alba Gila cutting mcgillicuddy L Amilton, I can't pick a name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Many that things that rhyme with Izzy can you can you create your own middle name if you don't have one. Yes. Jamie McIntyre name if I want to you could legally right or named Greg Cody junior, get my FBI PF. I don't know what it is the FBI. He's PI by the way, the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna know to those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and don't enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza with the rest of the group thing about that. You wanted to make sure that we got crested if you have it. But it's fun. Do you ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next donlevatar Yanni out of a boo. Boo. Stugatz. Jaanus out of a boom, boom..

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"al gutierrez" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"al gutierrez" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What is it? Now. How no idea. Wow. I mean, who who is this person Millard Fillmore former around president of the United States, go muehler Allard from I didn't even know this is I know what his full name is Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. No middle name. No, just like my mother, Ruth, Cody. No middle name. Uh-huh. You're a trick. Trick question, man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off, you know, I've solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name of. But I started that when I was like twenty two album pick the middleman. No, not Al is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. Alicea a Goto generic name that I use for everything Al Hamilton album guilty, cutting now mcgillicuddy L Amilton, I can't pick a name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Things that rhyme with Izzy can you can you create your own middle name if you don't have one. Yes. Tire name if I want to you could legally right or aimed at Greg Cody junior and get my FBI or f- PF. I don't know what it is. He FBI PI by the way the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna note to those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and Joan enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza with the rest of the group thing about that. You wanted to make sure that we got then crested if you haven't. But it's fun. Do you ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next. Let me tell you about Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete played since he was three and begged his mom to let them stay on the ice by some nights. He even slept in its hockey skates. Peach practiced and practiced until one day when he was forty seven p three lines TI just wasn't that good. So he threw his skates in the trash. But then he heard how DIKO proud partner of the NHL good save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch..

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"al gutierrez" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

16:01 min | 2 years ago

"al gutierrez" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Your my Senator it needs to be fixed before the big game this weekend. I call. It was. And he was asked that weekend. And he said, of course, I gotta fix they called my Senator. So we're multi tasking in this job. But it's to make lives better. I was blessed to work with my friend. Ron Johnson Senator from Wisconsin. We worked on legislation called right to try what it means is giving people who are very sick the chance to get medication. They needed. We were told. No shot. This can't get done. We had zero votes at the time. When it was done. We had one hundred hundred and so a young man from my state, Jordan McLennan has the chance to get the medication he needs. Now people all over the nation. Do so other kids with muscular dystrophy can also get help other people with LS and also get help s the purpose of this job is we work for them as able to get more than fifty provision signed into law over the past six years. Is only possible because I work together every day. Wherever Senator friends like Susan, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski who in the government would shut down. We'd worked to end. We became like a regular group that we had every time it's shutdown. We'd worked to open it back up again. And you learn from other members like Roger wicker who I worked together with to end military suicide. Not been able to end it yet. But we should work on it every day. And learning from other members and hearing about the difficulties people in their states will facing. And working together to address common challenges, you can be from Idaho. You can be from North Dakota. You can be from New Hampshire, Indiana. But we all have the same challenges and all of us were hard to get here, and our jobs should be not worrying about politics, but worrying about making lives better. Partisanship gets us. Nothing division gets us. Nothing. In the best way to explain this. And it's this when a fire department goes to a house, they don't ask if the person living there as democrat or Republican you're just there to help their neighbor no soldier has ever asked. When they're in a foxhole fighting their way out. Where do you come from? What party are you? What's your religion? What's your ethnic background your Americans? You're in this together, you have each other's back, and as an institution the Senate must be a place that we can be all proud of that promotes that that sets. The example, we want our children and grandchildren to follow. It means getting to know one another. It means listening to other perspectives to other experiences. One of the things that amazes me the most, and when I was out campaigning and going to town halls I would never fail to be astounded by folks who came up and said, you didn't do this one thing. I wanted. So I'm really mad at you. And I'll never support you again. Said, but we did nine hundred other things. But I didn't get that one. I said apparently you're not from a family of five children. Like, I am. Five children and two dogs. So when there were seven pork chops. I was the last to wind up with one. And so if your someone who needs one hundred percent of what you want every time, this is not the place. This is a place where we can get seventy percent. To build America to make it a better place, the rhetoric the divisive rhetoric the political campaigns increasingly funded by tens of millions of dollars. Anonymous dark money interests is really doing damage to this country. You know, I've always been for campaign finance reform. Reason why wasn't. I wasn't very good at raising money, which I wasn't very good at. But it was because people ought to have a right to know who's talking to them. Who's standing up for what they have to say. And I've always believed if you have something to say should be willing to put your name on. And I'm concerned by our inability here to tackle serious long-term issues. My friend Heidi touchdown, our obligation public. Servants is to leave a country, heart children and grandchildren. That's in better shape than we got. It is the most basic promise that we make. My wife gills, dad, Guadalcanal marine. And he was wounded in the South Pacific outgoing Indiana, Senator democrat Joe Donnelly, and I told him you are here. All. He said, no, I was born at the wrong time. But you're still our hero. And he said, look, I did my job which is to leave for the next generation a better country than was given to me. And so that's what we're supposed to do. And my friend. Michael Bennett has talked about this a lot. But we have a deficit right now. Twenty one point eight trillion dollars had a look because it was I think twenty one point seven yesterday. This deficit is going to destroy everything. We're trying to do in this country, and we have done next to nothing to address. I looked. And my friend Chuck Schumer can probably relate to this the best. But there is an old cartoon Popeye. Papa I had a friend named Wimpy Wimpy loved hamburgers. But Wimpy never had any money. So Wimpy's famous saying was L gladly pay. You Tuesday for a hamburger today that is the American government today that we do things we don't pay for any of them. But some day we will. But that someday is this my friend, Jordan and Peter Hansen. Just had a baby boy about five months ago. You know, what he was born into sixty seven thousand dollars in debt. And it is because we didn't have the responsibility to pay for bills at the end of next year. Twenty nineteen. The deficit's going to twenty three trillion dollars. It is on an unstoppable course, unless we do something here be thirty trillion dollars. And so what did we do here? We pass the tax cut because what's another one point five trillion dollars tax cut at a time when we have full employment economy, a strong economy. We pass a tax cut and now running in a great economy over a trillion dollar deficit every year. If we can't balance our books now when are we ever ever going to do this? And right now, we're on a course that within ten years. The interest payment will be almost a trillion dollars a year. Interest. Which is unsustainable. Admiral. Mike Mullen, chairman of the joint chiefs in two thousand ten when a deficit was fourteen trillion was asked what's the most dangerous thing to our national security, China Russia? Sent the debt because we can't pay for anything. And if we can't pay for anything, how am I going to protect the men and women who serve this nation. So we have serious serious work to do. A way to do it. My church back home. Saint Anthony's church in south bend, Indiana. And Irish kid going to Saint Anthony's you have to question sometimes. But at Saint Anthony's church, we were running up a debt, and we were solving it by adding more debt to fix the debt. We had in a new pastor came in. And he came into the pulpit one Sunday. And he said, here's the deal. We're not spending anything we don't have anymore. We need to have the revenue to match what we want to do. And the things we want to do and can't pay for. We'll we'll continue to want to do them. But we won't do. And magic occurred. We balanced our books. The parish went on. Got stronger, and all of a sudden we were in the black. We as a body here. Do not have the right to tell CJ. That little boy children being born today. We don't have the right to financially cripple the country. They will be inheriting. We had ancestors who fought for this nation. I think in my uncle Tom who fought with Patton in North Africa. Who gave everything they had his heart is in my office has been there every day while I've been here that they sacrificed everything the least we can do is pay our bills. Is to not give out crazy tax cuts that we can't pay for. Is to make sure that we balance our budgets. We're better than this. And we just have to have the ability sometimes to say, no. To say, no to things that you know. Commonsense wise, you would never do. With your own checklist. Or if you did the end would not be very very pleasant that kind of thing. If we continue doing these things. This amazing and wonderful place that I've been part of with the most amazing colleagues. That's the part that's been so great is every colleague one's better than the next. But this is a long term threat to this democracy and to our country's success. We can do better. Everyone can lead on this. Too often what we watch an politics doesn't reflect the spirit or the values or the diverse coalition of Americans that has made this country. So successful. It's not the type, of example, we wanna be leaving for our kids. I will tell you. What is the kind of example, we wanna leave when we do great great things when we looked up and we saw our country in trouble. I had the privilege to represent Kokomo Indiana back in two thousand eight two thousand nine. When the economy collapsed. And we had a transmission plant, we build all the transmissions for all GPS in the country there. That's why I drive a g. But those wonderful people we went from over five thousand to less than one hundred. Less than one hundred. And they counted on us. And we came together we said, we can do big things we can get this done. And President Obama. I told him Chrysler is gonna make it is that how do, you know? I said I lit a candle at mass does that work. And he laughed. He said, well, maybe not. But I will give it a shot. You have to have faith in the people of this country that if you give them a fair shot they can get it done and as an institution we came together. Democrats Republicans my friend Fred Upton for Michigan is right across the line. Together, we got it done that plant that had over five thousand people working there, and then less than a hundred when we crashed has over nine thousand there today. Because we looked at each other and said, it's not about democrat or Republican. It's about making sure that mortgages can be paid that these people won't lose their houses that we can continue to make great products here in this country. I think of healthcare. And often think maybe this is why I wound up here. A friend of mine Al Gutierrez, who's the CEO of Saint Joe medical center in mishawaka. Called me up after we had so many problems getting started. He called up couple months later. And he said I just want to fill you win on something that happened. We had a big meeting of all the brain trust. It's because we've had so many terrible heart cases, come in. So many people who are sick that have come in. And we're trying to figure out what has gone wrong that so many people have had bad heart cases, recently, he said, so we had the CFO the surgeons this that one person table raise their hand, five minutes in and said, this is the first time they've ever had insurance. They could never afford it before these are are working families where moms and dads who would be really sick had this amount of money and either went for the tuition for their daughter at ball state. Or to get well. And parents always take care of the kids. First. And they looked at each other and said, well, that's the end of the meeting because thank you get healthcare for the first time every town hall, I've gone to and it's not unique to me. It's to everybody is to all our members, Republican and democrat have people come up and say. Healthcare, Bill saved my life. I wouldn't be here. Otherwise, I have one family triplet girls. There were born at six months..

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