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"greg hyatt" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"greg hyatt" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Five nine three that let's not forget my under the covers interview coming up here with hunter Biden and very enlightening interview that's right is with him he's not doing well yeah why once he's you know he was he was not doing well yeah you seem like it kinda lost it right not that I knew him well before at all but so that's coming up all right what time you want to do that anytime you feel would be appropriate I'm open to any any you just say go and we go what about some of the other stories here the wild fires the impeachment jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety you know this back to this wildfire this this this possible wildfire threat that we do have in this town this is it does it really really concern me I live out southwest parkway and lot of woods out there a lot of trees I mean it was back in twenty able to twenty eleven when we had that big fire out no kill lost about I can't remember was about to eight ten homes out there may be more than that really really scary stuff I mean as close as I've ever been to maybe having to consider we're gonna have to bug out we're gonna have to get out of here and get out get out get whatever we we need and whatever valuables we can put the car in bug out and that's when I realize this is real this is really real and it could get bad it could buy ME we had see what we have a C. one thirty come in and over my house making its approach dump in fire retardant on that thing yeah that was surreal it was a surreal deal a day on the time of dawn show good morning Hey good morning any one question what happens if there's a fifty fifty pot that's a good question I really know the answer to that question well I do there's there's there's three possible options here and and what you're talking about is is possibly a fifty fifty tie in the Senate a deadlock if you will well one option that a smart today's is speculation of this fifty fifty tie tie that could could lead to a some witnesses being called normally when a set back I said it is deadlocked the vice president Mike pence is tied to the chamber and then he cast the deciding vote but pants does not have a role in this in a trial the Supreme Court justice John Roberts does enough Roberts cast the tie breaking vote then he would put himself in the middle of this political debate and I'll be honest with you I don't think we want the Supreme Court in the middle of this debate going on over at the C. shift and durch which actually wrestle now with Colin susceptible to allow witnesses Democrats would be to win maybe three more yes votes Romney is not decided yet Lisa Murkowski she was one and and now it's pretty interesting senator Lisa Murkowski now a key Republican that could announce what she intends to do well any minute now and if a casket college a Robbie vote share along with all forty seven Democrats than it would be a fifty fifty tie MSNBC's Greg Hyatt says Democrats are hoping justice Roberts with then break that vote if it's fifty fifty it's just a failure and the constitution is silent on whether or not just as Roberts can break a draw here but you have to think that someone who's been sitting in trying to call this is straight on both sides isn't going to suddenly and Sir himself here at the end so let's assume fifty fifty happens and it just that's just the defeat that.

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"greg hyatt" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"greg hyatt" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Think about what do you think about it it's going on in your head yeah the remote thing about Caddyshack that's a baby Ruth that's a baby Ruth float in the pool it's okay it's okay no it's good it's good excellent Tim is on his way to was cedar park Texas right now is on the time to don showing that's a big deal you're on the air HM yeah go ahead how you doing and you need a biscuit to stop us up thanks for making my commute always a blast informative mom the one I just wanted to touch on here real quick was the anti for movement happening in New York right now and what di what design company here in cedar park and one of our clients cells wearing apparel yes train in high elevations and their bread and is out there being used by these but Hey and just put a damper on the business not stop or target market is really frustrating for them wow that's amazing can you tell me what kind of brands they sell I mean it's I'm trying to I mean that the black could ease that's all I see I'm a it's more like what goes over your face I gotcha I got you the mask I understand I the company name I'm not sure if I'm allowed to not totally get that yeah that's that's it it's actually hurting the business interesting what a damper on our target market they they want to focus on the people of that next morning plays football everything like that yeah they don't want to use by and keep the people bomb man Hey Tim sent me an email Todd at Waterloo media dot com taught and water with media dot com sent me an email I'd like to know more about the business of just a little curious thank you man appreciate your call all right five one eight three six zero five ninety yeah I'm sure that you see the brothers go to better use Republican senator Lisa more cow ski as now the key Republican who announced today whether she intends to vote for witnesses and the impeachment trial Republican Lamar Alexander late last night he said he would vote no for witnesses right and have a constant Collins and Romney vote for with all forty seven Democrats to call for witnesses that would be a tie it's very likely that this could come down to her or maybe Mitt Romney pretty amazing MSNBC's Greg Hyatt says Democrats are hoping justice Roberts what then vote to break that tie in call witnesses if it's fifty fifty it's just a failure and the constitution silent on whether or not just as Roberts can break a draw here but you have to think that someone who's been sitting in trying to call this is straight on both sides isn't going to suddenly and Sir himself here at the end so let's assume fifty fifty happens and it just that's just to defeat that means no witnesses that sets up the end of what we know in terms of the rules of impeachment so what you could have that is anything from a break to decide to go into closed.

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"greg hyatt" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

16:48 min | 2 years ago

"greg hyatt" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"I will say though, the guy was actually owed money. So it is sort of ridiculous. The Democrats are going to be upset about this especially considering how much they like to spend. Anyway, each year each year, he was actually do a federal refund by failing to file his returns on time. He was late in collecting nearly forty five thousand dollars in refunds over a five year period. Okay. I'm actually starting to rethink my criticism of Stephen Pierce. What sort of idiot leaves forty five thousand dollars in refunds on the table. I I'm doubting him as a good gubernatorial candidate. I just think that that is insane. Anyway, his his spokeswoman says there is nothing sinister here personal money is not important to Steve Pearce. I don't know if that's the quote, you wanna go. But apparently that is the quote they went with. The deductions. The peers claimed in one thousand nine hundred one thousand nine hundred eighty two were greater than the combined. Incomes of both peers and his wife. I wonder how long that thing was in fact, that that thing was crazy. The so. Yeah. So the deductions were bigger than the incomes. According to Murray to that deduction, he had zero taxable income yada, yada, yada. According to state house records pierces salary in one thousand nine hundred eighty one was nineteen thousand one hundred and twenty four dollars. That is that is insane that he was able to take a forty two thousand deduction eighty two he was paid nineteen thousand seven hundred sixty six his wife like made something like five thousand a year. Brad minute. Pearson's campaign director said there was no reason for Pierce to release his tax returns in eighty one eighty two and eighty three no other candidate for governor has released more release more tax details. He said as a result. There is no way to determine the size of the deduction appears claimed but in one thousand nine hundred four the earliest tax return released by peers he claimed twenty seven thousand four hundred and fifty dollars in legislative per diem deductions, man. The claims of zero taxable income yada, yada, included it in documents released two weeks ago, by the campaign, yada, yada, yada. Okay. So of about a dozen delegates contacted yesterday. So the after they have to contact the delegates again for this one of them. One theme emerging appear to be concerned over what effect the publicity surrounding pierces failure to file income taxes would have against the democratic nominee. So it's sorta like Elizabeth Warren native American scandal. It's not so much that they apparently democrat voters don't care that she appropriated minorities, you know, whatever they care more that this might hurt her when she's going up against Trump. Ability argument, basically is what's happening here. Typical of this. Let's see strengthens democrat nominee. Susan applaud chairwoman of the city's GOP committee. First time participant in the convention when she first read about the allegations. She said, I didn't think that much about it. But then she went to her office job and listen to angry complaints from her co workers, she began to think that that was a serious problem. We've had a lot of black is in the Republican party in the past years referring to a controversial past referring to controversial pass gubernatorial candidates. Greg Hyatt, this is this is my this is probably my favorite animal house ever. And this is that guy who basically claim to be a war veteran in Korea. And that turned out not to be true. And then it's Royal Switzler who. I can't remember which one was the fake Korea veteran, but then there was another guy who basically was running around naked in his office. So they're apparently there have been some issues with their gubernatorial candidates in the past all of whom are derailed by personal issues during the campaign in a year when voters are inclined to vote Republican plot thinks it is too much to take a risk on another scandal. So there you go. Here's suddenly people concerned, the pierces not going to be electable this guy, Tim pigeon appears delegate from Watertown said he's beginning to waver in his support. That's sort of crazy that this would cause what I'm looking at. Now is peers is -bility beyond everything else. I'm for getting a Republican in office rather than for Steve Pearce, particularly that's gotta hurt. Man. You've got some. Already promised is pledged his vote to you as a delegate, and basically he's quoted as saying, well, I don't really like Steve peers per se, but I do want a Republican in office. Anyway, another person Carmen blames the news media for an overzealous investigation of peers it is indeed their fault. They're making a big thing out of nothing. Zealous. Yeah. He his taxes coming back to him. I don't think a stigma can be attached to that. It's just like a witch hunt. They crucified lake in. They'll do it. I like this guy Pearce supporter Ronald Horta delicate from Waltham said, he's still supporting piers. I'm surprised at how much play this is getting. Yeah. I mean that is interesting even back, then the lines were drawn and probably the globe going after a Republican was absolutely in line. I feel there's a hell of a lot worse. He coulda done. It's a fairly small shortcoming. So there you go small. Yeah. This guy. This other guy says he's still solidly behind his candidate. This is the kicker quote. It's perfect. Anybody who beats the IRS is all right in my book. Hi, Robert theory. I'm with you. I like it. So finally, we're getting closer and closer to the Republican convention, and the globe decides that basically they're gonna make hay of all of the Republican candidates. So not only are they going after Pierce, but they decide that well image as sort of this Brahmin, this well-to-do Yonki is is going to mean bad things for the Republican party in general. This is a story Curtis Wilkie, by the way is the reporter. What possessed house minority leader, Stephen Pierce, a model of fiscal responsibility and personal thrift to fail to file his income tax returns online. How can then he goes on to hit? Well, how can former US attorney William Weld son of a Harvard and si- on of a wealthy family possibly relate to the new Republicans of Massachusetts. There we go. It's it's a wealthy guy. Can't relate these questions more than any substantive issues are expected to persist in the minds of many delegates of the Republican state convention Saturday. So basically, they're warming up. The story is is leading into this Saturday convention back. Maybe when these conventions actually mattered more than they do now. But this story is sort of a scene setter. And basically the scene that the globe is setting is that both of these candidates. You know are are done for or basically, they've got huge issues. One of them is to wealthy can't relate and the other one is fiscally irresponsible, even though he pledged fiscal responsibility. So basically Pearson weld have suffered reversals in preliminary rounds leading up to the convention, which is actually true. It's sort of interesting that like weld had momentum for awhile, and then Pierce did Pearson's ability to transcend the problems that grew out of his dereliction. Some serious wording his dereliction involving his tax returns is cited as evidence of the goodwill. He enjoys in Republican circles. Well, meanwhile is reinforcing his right wing credentials which were questioned by some peers partisans by circling a two year old letter from President Reagan hailing his work in Washington. Okay. The difference between Pearson weld on state issues such as budget cuts taxes and crime are basically, they don't exist. So this is the only issue that makes a difference between them. Instead. The two candidates may ultimately be judged on subjective. Questions by the several thousand delegates who have no objections to peers or conservative posture debates over the initiative to roll back taxes or prison construction or personnel cuts. In state government will probably be left to the general election. Electability is the word the Republicans are using this year with the outnumbered party in an outstanding position to win the governor's race. It's essential for Republicans to get a candidate who won't squander the opportunity. So this goes on and on the other thing that struck me Tom Shattuck in this. Looking up. These stories is how much space that like the globe had to write about this sort of thing. Like, we thought that that Elizabeth Warren story where it was looking at whether she benefited from her native American heritage, we thought that was long these stories are in sane there. So long lake. We had so much more space in papers to write. Blather on about things. There was no other online. Right. We had all I mean, if you needed an ad to get out there. You were going to the paper. Yeah. Wrote for the web either right? Basically electability yada, yada, yada. So what's interesting about this too? Is that? Abortion does become sort of pop up as an issue later in this race, which is sorta like one a last races. Maybe the last few where where abortion actually plays a role in terms of of a campaign issue. So basically, they're they're trying to detail their differences. It's this year's convention comes against the backdrop of profound embarrassments in eighty two and eighty six eight years ago, John lake in was endorsed at the Republican convention, but after a pattern of personal exaggerations found on his resume. Oh, that's a nice euphemism. Yes. Personal exaggerations lake credibility was severely damaged. John w Sears won the party's nomination in the primary and was beaten by governor Dukakis, this situation was even worse for Republicans in eighty six Gregory Hyatt poised to win gubernatorial. Nation was undercut by bizarre reports that he had been sitting undressed in his office, despite the ridicule Hiatt nearly one the convention endorsement only to lose to Royal Switzler on the second ballot. Then Switzer was found to have basically, quote, unquote, exaggerated, his military record regarding service in Vietnam. He drops out of the race. Hides name was still on the primary ballot. There's there's some other guy. Oh, it was Georgia Cariocas who ends up being like a write in how finally yielded stood aside for Cariocas. Of course, that was just such a bleep show that that one thousand nine hundred six race was crazy. So without precedent Pierce has had to endure skepticism over his explanations of late tax returns people keep waiting for the next few to drop. I see. So everybody's basically duck in because the last gubernatorial election for Republicans was so bad that they're expecting this time. Around the candidates are gonna have like a billion and one things come out of the woodwork. Anyway. They go to the convention and basically. Pierce ends up winning the spirited race for the Republican. Gubernatorial gubernatorial nomination, which is already moved through several stages. Appears a first major milestone Saturday with the reinvigorated Stephen peers leading weld for the party's convention endorsement, I'm worried admitted well she stabbed strategist he says Republican analysts who are not directly involved in the battle agreed that well strength appear to have a road it among the party delegates. Basically, John Sears who was the GOP yada, yada said the conventionally yada yada, yada, strong, conservative setting Republicans sources said several factors benefit peers pierces proved to be durable candidate, even though the tax thing sort of occurred. He was able to sort of whether it Pierce apparently recovered from. It says the problems created by his admission about the tax filings despite wells efforts to position himself as a right wing advocate of law and order and as a as an opponent of additional taxes is still believe by the party faithful to be the purest conservative. As a house minority leader he has a record of opposition to the Takaoka's administration. Purist conservative house, minority leader in Massachusetts. I now I mean the difference between what a Republican was back then and what they are. Now is is really incredible. Interesting because Reagan was considered somewhat Phillies approaching impure conservative, right? Some people one one. Yeah. So basically over that happen. I've no idea. I mean, this is same. Why there was a democrat gubernatorial candidate who is a fiscal conservative. I mean at that time. Yeah. Those things existed and wrongly both pro life pro life candidate won Massachusetts. Yeah. Well, I guess this point let me think about Finneran Finneran was adamantly pro-life. Yes. And those sort of Democrats don't exist anymore dot all that many Republicans. I know right off the right. So the stridency of wells attacks on peers in the last few days are the tactics of a candidate who's become desperate to salvage the GOP endorsement. Which I mean, it turned out to be drew Pearce got the GOP endorsement wealth advisors said the attacks that energize weld supporters. Wait a minute. I thought the peer support energize. Flax are simply flashing. Yes. They certainly one would think that maybe that's what's happening here. They also suggest this tax case can be exploited by Democrats Jesus yet. Again, the longest story in the history of the earth. It is craziness. But let's. The sidebar is basically where they stand on the issue, Stephen Pierce abortion. He opposes abortion, except in cases of rape or incest. Weld abortion supports a woman a woman's right to choose an abortion through the sixth month of her pregnancy. So it is just so interesting, by the way, the citizens for limited taxation were huge at the time. And there was a rollback petition weld vigorously supports a petition as means to bring state spending under control. I think they both supported it. Steve. Say again. To get on the ballot. Right. Yeah. And then next basically was ignored. So Steve Pearce said he would vote for the ballot question sponsored by CIT which roll back state taxes and fees to July one thousand nine hundred nine levels. He is voiced concerns. However over it's affecting the Bhandara, blah, blah, blah, blah. All right. So basically. You're going to love this shot. This is the almost the best part of the entire race. So they make it through the convention. Steve Pearce actually gets the nomination. They're still fighting each other. And this is in March..

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