17 Burst results for "George Meany"

"george meany" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"george meany" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Peggy Fleming was 1968. Give them equals for that Paula South Pacific death of a salesman. Oklahoma. And Harvey. Uh, Okay, South Pacific. Death of a salesman Oklahoma and Hardy. I think you probably start with Harvey Yeah. Start with Harvey. And then I'm confused about the order the next to Whether it's Oklahoma or death of a salesman because South Pacific would be last. That was the last of the great Well, Harvey, let's say, Harvey, death of a salesman, Oklahoma, South Pacific. Well, I'm gonna give you three points for that you got South Pacific was indeed the end of that story Project in Hamster. Oklahoma is the beginning in 1943, Oklahoma, followed by Harvey in 1945, followed by death of a salesman in 49, South Pacific in 50, Jimmy story, very tough. And finally bury a hard one to end John L. Lewis, George Meany Emmy and why Walter Ruth, ER or U T, H E R and Jimmy Hoffa, huh? John L. Lewis, George Meany, Walter Ruth ER and Jimmy Hoffa. Meaning I'm guessing would be last. No, no, no. Head of the af of l A That or the CIA Can't remember. He was indeed I think, John and lose my tip. Let's go. My guess would be John L. Lewis, Jimmy Hoffa. Walter Ruth or George Meaning. You know, you've got one out of order. I'm going to give you seven points for that. It started with John L. Lewis and the United Mine Workers in 20. Walter Ruth Er, the United Auto Workers of 46. George Meany was indeed the head of the FL CEO in 1955 and Jimmy Hoffa. He came to the top of the Teamsters in 1957, Let's go on, and we'll call this one up erratic. From the puns, clues and obscure references. Please tell me to what opera or operetta? Do I lose an example not particularly smile producing. Might be low in grin. Oh,.

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"george meany" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Red Eye Radio is currently I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six ninety redeye if you'd like to get aboard there was back and forth yesterday, you know, Biden getting the endorsement of the firefighters union, the president coming out and saying somebody firefighters want me to be their president, not not, you know, not not Biden and the head of the firefighters union was was actually question, you know, by reporters, you know, on, you know, these firefighters lot of them are Trump supporters. Are you know, were there union dues going that? That question was asked. Which is the great question, which is which is a great question. But you think of union endorsements in the way that they used to be even twenty years ago thirty years ago, and I here today, and it's sort of goes flat. You know, you, and I've spent a lot of time talking about how unions in this country. Have completely changed that you know, when you look. Back at, you know, the union movement in this country, and you look at who's considered the creator of the AFL CIO, George Meany, and and and FDR George Meany think about this the guy who really the Genesis of the AFL CIO absolutely against government unions, right? The union movement was never about government unions. And now the union movement is all about government unions. And what it's about is. It's the taxpayer who has to foot the Bill now for the unions, not the mean corporate management for travel.

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"george meany" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We put a dog we gonna put it up, but I got a nightmare for new football committee. Sure. What is it? Let's suppose that number one two and three weeks. Let's the poll Alabama win. Okay. Win and thirteen. That would be Alabama. Clemson and not Notre Dame's already done. They're not gonna play anymore. Okay. Let's suppose all through the two teams. Okay. Let Georgia was a close game right to Alabama. Ohio State loses. Oklahoma loses. Oklahoma lose. You lose who gets the number foot. Scenario. I think Georgia would. Up nine Georgia would too. Georgia would does he I don't even think it would be close. I agree. I agree. What I don't. Worry about nothing to Dole's going to bring your home is going to be a battle. Believe my dog's going crazy when no listen first of all Georgia is one of the top four teams in the country. We're not thinking about some million to one shot here. This isn't rocky over Apollo creed. I think that one did go pretty close to happening, but the point being. George meany. Alabama would not rank is one of the biggest upsets in college football history. But we go we go we go a little pony. I'm a diehard dog. Man. I think we're going to we we we all tools the great plan. You can't take underway. Cool at all. He's he's a great player. But I think of Georgia olack hold up. I'm really the match up on really looking at is this guy that got into mill quit and Williams, Tom. I couldn't you know, he's a nightmare. But I think of Georgia SIMS Guilio who got who were math. Regent got whooped Baylor's you'll by the wrong pain. I think the one that we're on pain like he was a man over. But I think of Jillian and one of them. God can hold up a Quin quit Quinn was neutral ad and Gil from time to step up. I think he's going to be a long day. What if he does he will done something that hasn't been done all year? So, hey, thanks for the call. Really appreciate Greg. Call Stacy is in Georgia's. Well, Stacey good afternoon. Hey. Ask you a question about Notre day. Okay. If Notre Dame than they see in basketball, come they're not in DC of football. Because Notre Dame is better than everyone else in the world, and they can pick and choose and do what they want. They needed the they needed a basketball affiliation baseball and everything else. But in football, they had their, you know, they they didn't have to, you know, Notre Dame in my mind should have gone to the big ten twenty years ago that's a natural geographical fit, but they had their own. I think they had their own network at the time they didn't need them. And quite frankly, Notre Dame still football standpoint, doesn't and Mark you can jump in here. The fact that they they're back in the playoffs. This year proves that they can get away with it. Get away with. Yeah. Yeah. It worked the system. They found a way to make the system where Justice and just as playing on America's competition the week before thanksgiving six for one SC. Yeah. As long as a playoff committee allowed. There's those roles to be in the conversation to me Randy. We do it. We can talk about Oklahoma and Alabama and all and we're friends were joking about her. When you talk to a domer-. They're all racing ahead. Is in the Hague it the parking lot to begin. When it's our is salaries. Let's give them a reason to hate. All right. I've been around Notre Dame fans all my life. Some like. And then there's Mark..

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"george meany" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Of those who voted you chose someone who to say the least was not prepared to be president to be the president but let's be clear here though though your book does not express a great deal of admiration or support for president trump your argument is not that america was a model society that shining city on the hill and then along came donald trump and the opposite i think trump is a manifestation of a lot of problems in this country that has been bubbling up for example in the nineteen sixties when kennedy proposed what was known as the kennedy round of of a free trade the leading proponents the the the first person who testified in congress in favor of global trade was george meany the head of the nfl cio labor was totally behind free trade and we went along and everybody went along and what kennedy did was he inserted a program called the trade adjustment assistance act and that was meant to take care of the minority of americans who might be the victims of freetrade people whose work might have been outsourced to other countries because of globalization that program then and that program for the next fifty years was a total failure it was neglected the press neglected was failing you know nobody bothered to look at the metrics of whether it was doing anything to help these people and it wasn't and the combination of automation and globalization basically wiped out a large chunk of the middle class and ironically the first person who really warned of this turned out to be p peterson who is you know ended up being the founder and the leader of the largest of the private equity firms in the united states with pete peterson's time in nineteen seventy one was a relatively young aide to richard nixon and he wrote a long memo saying that you know automation and globalization are great but they're gonna be some people who are going to be victimized by it and the.

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"george meany" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Manifestations of that frustration boiling over high think is that that forty six percent of those who voted chose someone who to say the least was not prepared to be president to be the president but let's be clear here though your book does not express a great deal of admiration or support for president trump era argument is not that america was a model society in a shining city on the hill and then along came donald trump and the opposite i think trump is a manifestation of a lot of problems in this country that have been bubbling up for example in the nineteen sixties when kennedy proposed what was known as the kennedy round of of a free trade the leading proponents the the first person who testified in congress in favor of global trade was george meany the head of the afl cio labor was totally behind free trade and we went along and you know everybody went along and what kennedy did was he inserted a program called the trade adjustment assistance act and that was meant to take care of the minority of americans who might be the victims of freetrade people whose work might have been outsourced to other countries because of globalization that program then and that program for the next fifty years was a total failure it was neglected the press neglected how it was failing it you know nobody bothered to look at the metrics of whether it was doing anything to help these people and it wasn't and the combination of automation and globalization basically wiped out a large chunk of the middle class and ironically the first person who really warned of this turned out dt peterson who is you know ended up being you know the founder and the leader of the largest of the private equity firms in the united states will pete peterson's the time in nineteen seventy one was a relatively young aide to richard nixon and he wrote a long memo saying that you know automation and globalization are great but there are gonna be some people who are going to be victimized by it and the country has a whole community.

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"george meany" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"All right let me ask you this question ever the centrist are corporations allow to give money to political parties even if their shareholders and holders may be don't agree with their politics that is not the same problem it could be yes but then the shareholders have the option to simply leave without penalty whereas the union workers in many cases are told they're going to lose their job if they leave or they're going to have to pay to the union the same amount as union dues anyway just for collective bargaining in other words they don't say if money by quitting the union this practice of allowing public unions to have collective bargaining despite the fact that it's a stacked deck and the the politico representing extensively the interest of the taxpayer often find again greater political reward by caving in to the unions and then they do find reward in resisting this dynamic has allowed government payrolls to really skyrocket to these as referenced thoroughly unsustainable levels and that's why you have excessive taxation in certain blue states that you wouldn't find otherwise do you think enough people are catching or do you think more and more folks are catching onto that dynamic as well and the funny thing is both fdr and legendary union leader george meany spoke out against public unions because of that dynamic i mean it's odd that somebody people forgot why these liberal lion of the past warned us not to let public unions collectively bargain george meany himself oh my god he said quote it is impossible to bargain collectively with the government he made that clear unions as well as employers would vastly prefer to have even government regulation of labor management relations reduced you're listening to the eleanor this report is brought to you by marcus by goldman sachs according to.

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"george meany" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Years ago until like march twenty second two thousand eleven it's funny how you see the evolving of certain issues so my elke meals me quote i demand a correction former afl cio president george meany absolutely supported public sector unions i demand a correction of alan nathan statement immediately now seat you may have supported publicsector sector unions my position was that he didn't support public sector unions collectively bargaining this is one of those two q by half objections a little with people respond to a question never pose as well as opposing into an assertion never made it always is i demand a correction former afl cio president george meany absolutely supporter public sector unions i demand a correction of alan nathan statement immediately meaning he said one of congress is most grievious errors most grievous errors in labour relations was to exclude government workers from the n el r a by that action the congress trampled on the principle of equal justice under the law lot of words that aren't tether to any miserable stand of accountability and debate but people to say should anyway we'll take care that were uh george v union leaders in public sectors afl and it goes on and on a just just ranting and randy he could not accept the fact that george meaning in his own words actually said and i quote again just to be obnoxious easy impossible to bargain collectively with the government unions as well as employer his would vastly prefer to have even government relation our government regulation of labormanagement relations reduce to a minimum consistent with the protection of the public welfare but what's his emphasis george meany quote it is impossible to bargain collectively with the government there it is people like mike elk and others are just going to have to stu is please oh i you just kick in of the stuff german you just can't get enough of the stuff but as it turns out this is the only hot thing on the dock people are also talk about hey you know the supreme court sided not the year donald drugs versus request about daca that means that with the lower soglo courts did will now stand at dhaka has to continue no dummies supreme court is simply allowing these challenges in the lower court to be complete that way when the turnaround annual overrule them it can overrule them all at once as opposed to it.

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"george meany" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Wow he women i can located to finish hindering relearn yeah george meet on december fourth 1950 fought the new york times magazine published a column written by george me and in that column he said the following quote it is impossible to bargain collectively with the government cohen repeat that george meany famous afl cio prison along with fdr i share the sentiment in the new york times and i quote it is impossible to bargain collectively with the government unions as well as employers would vastly prefer to have even government regulation of labormanagement relations reduced to a minimum consistent with the protection of the public welfare read the sole one more time these are his words not months george me quote it is impossible to bargain collectively with the government unions as well as employers would vastly prefer to have even government regulation of labormanagement relations reduced to a minimum consistent with the protection of the public welfare unquote uh i remember because i i got cold out of this they re i got called on eld is i'll never forget this i gotta i had a guest on his name was mike elk eventually worked for politico or the hill one of the two mm excuse me but he is a definite rabid union advocate his guy mike elk he's about a socialistic as they can get and i had him on the show when i brought this up near the very very end of our segment he was really ticked off so he wrote me a letter say i demand new wrote this to me.

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"george meany" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The i'd like i said cheryl adkison wrote that on twitter 'cause you she said she was being asked and she said from what i've heard uh it's because they wanted to protect his pension why should his pension be protected rival you could go after or or congressmen and senators and what are the problems is the uh when they union unionized the government that was the end of it here's because that's why we can't sue anybody because there are your now you know that you know when you bring it up and i don't know if that applies to lois lerner or not with him because she was part of management's swat an off she was a part of that union but it's interesting because when you go back and eric and i have gone back in history in thanks so much for your call when you look at public unions out there i mean there was uh you know you had whether it was ft our fdr whose absolutely against absolutely against public unions as was a george meany the former of labor leader of the afl cio they were both absolutely against public unions because they said unions exist to share the fits of a moneymaking institution not the government the government is not a moneymaking institution what they found out that was unions found out is the only consistent cashflow comes from the taxpayer that's where they always going to be that's where it's out and that's why unions government is big business that that no doubt that that's why unions have flourished in government but not in regular business i'm against the windfall profits of big government as opposed to big oil yes so uh look we we understand that that's you know again that's why we start out the the show because you know were a little ticked off by the whole thing and i was just to double how it was covered so the other you know when i heard while the department of justice finally suttles up with those that it no no no no no different this is a desperate right this isn't ball this is the holder of the loretta lynch justice department or the obama justice department well settling in play wrongdoing this is the next administration that has come in that was against.

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"george meany" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Trillions of dollars that would be needed but all that would do is lower the value of of of yeah just lower the value of a dollar so well and the settlement were paying for him were also going to pay for coskun ns uh pension errant while yeah well the and like i said gerald adkison wrote that on twitter 'cause this she said she was being asked and she said from what i've heard uh it's because they wanted to protect his pension why should his pension be protected right you to go after or or congressmen and senators and one of the problems is the uh when they union unionized the government that was the end of it because because that's why we can't sue anybody because there are union now you know and that you know when you bring it up in and i don't know if that applies to lois lerner or not with her because she was part of management swat an off she was a part of that union but it's interesting because when you go back and eric and i have gone back in history and thanks so much for your call when you look at public unions out there i mean there was uh you know you had whether it was fdr our fdr who was absolutely against absolutely against public unions as was a george meany the former of labor leader of the afl cio they were both absolutely against public unions because they said unions exist to share the prophet it's of a moneymaking institution not the government the government is not a moneymaking institution what they found out that was unions found out is the only consistent cashflow comes from the taxpayer mmm bats were though is going to be that's where it's all and that's why unions government is big business that that got out that that's why unions have flourished in government but not in regular business i'm against the windfall profits of big government as opposed to big oil yeah so uh look we we understand that that's again that's why we start out the the show because you know were a little ticked off by the whole thing and i was just two about how it was covered solely of that you know when i.

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"george meany" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on WJR 760

"Had whether was after we are fdr whose absolutely against absolutely against public unions as was a george meany the former of labor leader of the afl cio they were both absolutely against public unions because they said unions exist to share the profits of a moneymaking institution not the government the government is not a moneymaking institution what they found out that was unions found out is the only consistent cashflow comes from the taxpayer that's where they always going to be that's where it's all and that's why unions government is big business that that no doubt that that's why unions have flourished in government but not in regular business i'm against the windfall profits of big government as opposed to big oil yeah so uh look we we understand that that's again that's why we start out there the show because you know were a little ticked off by the whole thing and i was just talked about how it was covered so the the you know when i heard while the department of justice finally suttles up with those minute no no no no no different this is a different right this isn't ball this isn't the holder or the loretta lynch justice department or the obama justice department well settling in playing wrongdoing this is the next administration that has come in that was against and was crying foul over at sort really means nothing what because we refuse to again to sign the responsibilty of the individuals who hold the office but instead just like with what you were mentioning the example of the treasury department thing as as if it's like its own living in breathing the entity these individuals were responsible for this behavior so the new individuals were not my question is what would have happened if she had one can you imagine somewhere in the parallel universe or the state of california she's the president we saw that whole thing after the election she's our president we.

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"george meany" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Had whether was fdr fdr whose absolutely against absolutely against public unions as was a george meany the former of labor leader of the afl cio they were both apps so lutely against public unions because they said unions exist to share the profits of a moneymaking institution not the government the government is not a moneymaking institution what they found out that was unions found out is the only consistent flow come news from the taxpayer that's where they were going to be that's where it's out and that's why unions government is big business that that no doubt that that's why unions have flourished in government but not in regular business i'm against the windfall profits of big government as opposed the big oil yeah so uh look we we understand that that's again that's why we start out the the show because you know were a little ticked off by the whole thing and i was just took about how it was covered so the the you know when i heard while the department of justice finally suttles up with those minute no no no no no different this is a different right right this isn't ball this isn't the whole you're the loretta lynch justice department or the obama justice department well settling in play wrongdoing this is the next administration that has come in that was against and was crying foul over at soared really means nothing what because we refuse to again assigned the response that'll be of the individuals who hold the office but instead just like with what you were mentioning the example of the treasury department thing as as if it's like its own living in breathing entity these individuals were responsible for this behavior so the new individuals were not my question is what would have happened if she had one can you imagine somewhere in the parallel universe or the state of california she's the president we saw that whole thing after the election she's our president we elected.

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"george meany" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Trillions of dollars that would be needed but all that would do is lower the value of of of yeah just lower the value of a dollar so well and the settlement were paying for him were also going to pay for coskun ns uh pension heirloom yeah well the and like i said joe agassi in wrote that on twitter 'cause the she said she was being asked and she said from what i've heard uh it's because they wanted to protect his pension why should his pension be protected right well you to go after or or congressmen and senators and what are the bronzes de uh when unionized the government that was the end up there because because that's why we can't sue anybody because there are you're now you know that you know when you bring it up and i don't know if that applies to lois lerner or not with her because she was part of management swat an off she was a part of that union but it's interesting because when you go back and eric and i have gone back in history and thanks so much for your call when you look at public unions out there i mean there was uh you know you had whether was fdr our fdr whose absolutely against absolutely against public unions as was a george meany the former of labor leader of the afl cio they were both absolutely against public unions because they said unions exist to share the prophet it's of a moneymaking institution not the government the government is not a moneymaking institution what they found out that was unions found out is the only consistent cashflow comes from the taxpayer um that's worth always wanted to be that's where it's out and that's why unions government is big business that that no doubt that that's why unions have flourished in government but not in regular business i'm against the windfall profits of big government as opposed the big oil yeah so uh look we we understand that's again that's why we started out the the show because you know were a little ticked off by the whole thing and i was just to gut by how it was covered so the other you know when i heard.

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"george meany" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on WTMA

"Trillions of dollars that would be needed but all that would do whiz lower the value of of of yeah just lower the value of a dollar so well and the settlement were paying for him were also going to pay for coskun ns uh pension arent while yeah well there and like i said cheryl adkison wrote that on twitter 'cause the she said she was being asked and she said from what i've heard uh it's because they wanted to protect his pension why should his pension be protected right where you to go up your or congressmen and senators and two bronzes be uh when they union unionized the government that was the end up there because because that's why we can't sue anybody because there are you're you're now you know that you know when you bring it up and i don't know if that applies to lois lerner or not with her because she was part of management swat an off she was a part of that union but it's interesting because when you go back and eric and i have gone back in history and thanks so much for your call when you look at public unions out there i mean there was uh you know you had whether was fdr our fdr who was absolutely against absolutely against public unions as was a george meany the former of labor leader of the afl cio they were both absolutely against public unions because they said unions exist to share the prophet it's of a moneymaking institution not the government the government is not a moneymaking institution what they found out that was unions found out is the only consistent cashflow comes from the taxpayer that's where they always going to be that's where it's out and that's why unions government is big business that that no doubt that that's why unions have flourished in government but not in regular business i'm against the windfall profits of big government as opposed to big oil yes so uh look we we understand that's again that's why we start out there this show because you know were a little ticked off by the whole thing and i i'll just two about how it was covered so the the you know when i heard while.

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"george meany" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on WCTC

"The i'd like i said cheryl adkison an wrote that on twitter because she said she was being asked and she said from what i've heard uh it's because they wanted to protect his pension why should his pension be protected right you go after or or congressmen and senators and bronzes problems uh when they union unionized the government that was the end up heard because dark why we can't sue everybody because there are here now you know that you know when you bring it up and i don't know if that applies to lois lerner or not with her because she was part of management's swat an off she was a part of that union but it's interesting because when you go back and eric and i have gone back in history and thanks so much for your call when you look at public unions out there i mean there was uh you know you had whether was after we are fdr was absolutely against absolutely against public unions as was a george meany the former of labor leader of the afl cio they were both absolutely against public unions because they said unions exist to share the the profits of a moneymaking institution not the government the government is not a moneymaking institution what they found out that was unions found out is the only consistent cashflow comes from the taxpayer that's where they were going to be that's where it's out and that's why unions government is big business that that got out that that's why unions have flourished in government but not in regular business i'm against the windfall profits of big government as opposed to big oil yes so uh look we we understand that that's again that's why we start out there the show because you know world a little ticked off by the whole thing and i was just took about how it was covered so the other you know when i heard while the department of justice finally suttles up with those that it no no no no no different this is a different right right this isn't ball this isn't the holder or the loretta lynch justice department or the obama justice department well settling in play wrongdoing this is the next administration that has come in that was against and was crying foul over at soared really means nothing what because we refuse to again sign the.

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"george meany" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"george meany" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"That you wouldn't be able to get the ex president for that even if he knew about it where what happens is what it what happens is most likely the government get sued and this is exactly what happens the tax payer ends up pain for the wrongs of the government because there is no government the government is simply an entity that is supported by the taxpayer i saw the other day somebody was it all the the treasury department needs to pay back the ieo use on social security there is no w there is no back the hair there is no treasury department is don't treasury department that has this loaded cash aid comes from the tax payer we get this all the time by the way because if it was like george understand that there is no government entity that itself creates wealth it is the tax payer that greeted now for it i guess you could predict the trillions of dollars that would be needed but all that would do is lower the value of of of yeah just lower the value of a dollar so well and the settlement were paying for him were also going to pay for coskun uh pension apparently yeah well the i'd like i said cheryl egg justin wrote that on twitter 'cause you she said she was being asked and she said from what i've heard uh it's because they wanted to protect his pension why should his pension be protected right well you to go up your or congressmen and senators and what are the problem to be uh when they union unionized the government that was the end of it there's because that's why we can't sue anybody because there are you're now in all of that you know when you bring it up in i don't know if that applies to lois lerner or not with him because she was part of management's don't know if she was a part of that union but it's interesting because when you go back and eric and i have gone back and history in thanks much for your call when you look at public unions out there i mean there was uh you know you had whether was fdr fdr who was absolutely against absolutely against public unions as was a george meany.

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"george meany" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"I i don't think so th there's just too many players ahead of them the my mind yeah but i feel like all those guys have um sort of like guys it will dilute them like kevin durant has deaths deva's kevin durant uh that's why the globe ron harden even hardness ep3 has like lebron colli thinks should be like the two favorites yeah look leaving albro even i i bet you i lost as a wide round i think kawhi should probably be the favorite given how osce was this year yeah i still i still think kevin durant the favorite but yeah i i see what you're saying kevin it's got a share the ball with steph curry and klay thompson and draymond green kalis sort of a alone gun there and san antonio right now i have the what you're saying gee what you're saying do though like steph is show that he's were willing to die for things like that's i think that's about price right i i do like the jimmy butler and carrier being longshot odds just throwing it out there jimmy butler uh i amazed obviously going to be in a much better position in minnesota but i mean who is the alpha dog on that team is at him or is it karl anthonytowns i look i i just it's not it's not the best player award its most valuable player season like the most valuable season uh that's true in maybe it'll be westbrook again who knows me you know we'll see how messes ville george meany paul george hits rated a month and i don't know he's an expiring deal but a all very compelling uh good stuff across the week but you're right it was a little breath of fresh air to talk a little nba but uh i'm sure we talking boxing the rest of the way at least the next few days.

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