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"howard dean" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You know something? We're not just going to go to New Hampshire. Tom harkin. We are going to go to New York. We're going to go to Vermont. We're going to go to Oregon. We're going to throw in a Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania. We're going to spring break. We're going to go to Montreal. We're going to cover. I'm going all over the world. And then I'm coming all the way to Washington D.C. to take back The White House. I want to pick on the door open lovers, and I will chop that desk in half. And now I'm grabbing Secret Service like this and put my hair loss and say get off. And then I'm going to grab my wife like this. And then the wash up will wash off and I'm going to be like this. Good night. Remember it was the week between the Iowa caucasoid caucuses and the New Hampshire primary. And it was a gift for everybody who wanted deep 6 Howard dean. But that moment that night, remember, oh, he's on his way to The White House. We reminded me Friday. Listening to the chorus here, led by shid Rosenberg, then he had that idiot on Joe bingo brain from the fan that he had Andrew sycophant of the Giants, Rudy sickle fan of the Giants. Then he had these young huckleberries right with FanDuel matches don't even fill in all that tribe who know nothing at all about sports. No, nothing about the past, you know, eagles versus giants. And oh yeah, giants, he got momentum yet passion, you know. Oh, Jones he caught
"howard dean" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Beats and I've seen it a lot of times in hard core red districts. Where it's just seems like a holy mackerel. They're black and healthcare. And there's doing stuff that bad their constituents are turning down federal money that's desperately needed. Things that seemed clear and I'll, again, site my own state in eastern Oregon that, oh boy, it really seems like America could win. And then they don't. It's really hard. That said, unopposed races are strategic mistakes. Unopposed race research teaching mistakes because at least when you have a candidate, resources have to be dedicated to that area. You can't just take it for granted. That candidate who's there can't just spend all their time campaigning for other candidates. The people who are in that district then have something to vote for. The local political party apparatus, the local activist groups, have people that can go out and register votes. And that can provide reverse coattails for things that are statewide. And for long-term stuff, the staffers work on those campaigns can end up becoming staffers or candidates themselves someday. They could figure out another mini movement that they could build. They could get passed in their local area that one of the reasons Howard dean's 50 state strategy was so important was because not only do you have short term implications and impacts of contesting every race and working in every community and not just focusing on blue areas. But also you have long-term impacts. So I appreciate it very much. The Pearson I think you have 30 seconds from lamarck's Texas. Only 30. Okay, well, I wish we had more substitute teachers that are enthusiastic as an engaging, as you are as a substitute host for Tom. See, what I'd like to see in the next ten years is us reinstitute and maybe codify through a constitutional amendment, a nationwide progressive income tax code, similar to what we had during the Eisenhower and early 1950s, but without any loopholes for the ultra wealthy, and that would serve as a solid financial base, in addition to any kind of actions like we do on a temporary basis
"howard dean" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"And the next year it was $257.6 billion. That is to say that fines are irrelevant. They may, they may matter. If you have some small business and an enforcer takes action against that small business. But they are not the thing that will change a systematic infringer, whose business is growing as a result of that systematic infringement. Fines are not the thing to fix the issues. And there are two sets of issues. One is the exposure of individuals. In the way that they are currently being exposed, and we can talk about that. And the other, of course, is a market problem, which is killing nascent competitors, and it is I think a cancer on the business of legitimate publishing. Now the way to solve those problems is very clear. The GDPR gives enforcers not only the ability to fine businesses. Up to 4% of global turnover for certain infringements. But it also gives them the ability to go into those businesses, and tell them to stop doing what they are doing with data. Now that means that an enforcer can go into the biggest companies in the world and say, see what you're doing there, that particular bit of your business shut that down. Or find a different way to do it. That is the kryptonite. For big tech. Have you ever had there's been anything that you were optimistic about because there have been, you know, there have been cases like at no point. My years of optimism are long behind me. A decade, a decade and a half ago, I wrote my second book, it was a history of the Internet. And I went back and I read the original, those requests for comments documents that specify the engineering of TCP IP. And I went back before that to the arpanet. And before that, and before that, to find the ideas that their most elemental, that were shaping our politics and our commerce and our culture. And that book, you know, I looked at Jesse the body who became Jesse the governing body, his election campaign, and Howard dean, and so on..
Mike Gallagher Podcast
"howard dean" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"I mean, remember who Howard dean that had the yeah moment that many believe doomed his candidacy? She sounds like she's possessed. I mean, you almost need to you want to call a priest in and have them sprinkle some holy water on her. The power of Christ is within you or what's the what's the famous thing from the exorcist? The power of Christ compels you. The power. That's what I should have done. So I should start sprinkling water on her. Is that theater? Because you know something I saw about two or three versions of her doing that, it wasn't just at that rally outside that protest outside the steps of the Supreme Court. She did that in a couple of other places too. The same rage, the same shrill shrieking like she's, you know, like her meds haven't kicked in or something. I mean, honest to goodness, she sounds like she's having a nervous breakdown. Is that real? Because if it's real, I've got deep concerns. About her cognitive skills. We always talk about Biden not knowing what day it is, and incidentally, boarded his wife show him up over the weekend in Ukraine. You see doctor Jill went to Ukraine? Where's the president? With all due respect to doctor Jill, who's zelensky doesn't want the First Lady, he wants the president. And Biden ain't going near that place. Um. The gang the can't shoot straight. One 806 5 5 mic, our toll free number is ten minutes past the hours we kick off another week. It's Monday, may the 9th, 2022, we're settled into the relief factor dot com studios in the Dallas Fort Worth area where we spend one more week before headed back to the home base. The show that I'm in opens this Thursday, unofficially, that's kind of a described as a preview and then the opening night Friday night, lyric stage dot org. A new video has been posted showing even more rehearsal footage. You can see me up there, you'll see the way I move and believe me, I'm well aware that I dance like a water buffalo. So if you want to see me doing some choreography in my role as pseudo less, you know, funny thing happened on the way to the forum, you could text the keyword forum to one 806 5 5 6 four 5 three. We'll send you back that rehearsal video. There's also a link there if you want to order tickets. And I hope you do. I hope support people. I hope people support the theater and start going back. I just read an article in fortune magazine that very interesting take. There's a big new COVID wave they're warning us. COVID COVID COVID is coming back. Coming back fall winter, here's the headline. A new COVID wave is probably coming and America just doesn't seem to care. I mean, fortune magazine is writing that people just don't aren't really panicking about another wave. Perhaps because we know there's going to be wave after wave after wave, and if you get it, you get it..
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Elizabeth Warren Sounds Possessed Following Leaked Draft Opinion
"Do you hear Elizabeth Warren? Do you see her? I can't get over this. This is a United States senator. This is a United States senator. This is somebody who is in one of the most powerful and important positions in the land. This woman has given countless speeches done, you know, a gazillion interviews knows how to conduct herself in public life and this is how Elizabeth Warren conducted herself after the leaked opinion was revealed. Supreme Court, thanks to making the most famous news on all of the women of this country and they are angry. They touch we have reached the culmination of what Republicans have been fighting for. For decades. Now, and we are gonna fight. I have seen the world where abortion is going. We are not going back. Not ever. No. Say it with me. We are not going back. We are. Not ever. Never. I mean, remember who Howard dean that had the yeah moment that many believe doomed his candidacy? She sounds like she's possessed.
"howard dean" Discussed on Savage Lovecast
"We could use a good sex scandal right about now. One or two or three to distract us. If only for a moment from this state of the world, which is, as I'm sure I don't need to tell you, not good. Now, when I talk about a good sex scandal, I don't mean anything non consensual or clerical. And I don't mean something like the New York Post finding out a paramedic has an only fans account because paramedics aren't paid for shit. And then outing her and ruining her life, which happened just a couple of years ago. Now those aren't good, sex scandals. What I prefer and longtime listeners are no doubt familiar with my sex scandal preferences. What I prefer is some family values conservative asshole getting caught doing something, well, to be honest, getting caught doing something I might have signed off on in a professional capacity. It's someone who wasn't a conservative family values Republican, wrote in and asked for my okay to go do that thing. And you know what? There was a really good sex scandal like that just a few weeks ago. But it kind of fell through the cracks because the news is what the news is right now. But I don't think we can afford to let a good sex scandal go to waste. Not at the moment. We need sex scandals right now, like audiences during the depression needed Busby Berkeley musicals. So for you, for my listeners, I'm going to reach into the crack this sex scandal fell into. I am going to grease up my arm to the elbow and reach deep into this crack and pull the sex scandal out and share it with you. Because I care. All right, without a doubt, you all remember that ad, the club for growth ran against Howard dean in 2004. Or dot, most of you probably don't even remember who Howard dean is. He was the democratic governor of Vermont, and he ran against George W. Bush in 2004, which is back when we all innocently believed that George W. Bush would go down in history as the worst president we'd ever had or ever would have. Dean, for a moment. For a few months was insanely popular, with young people, you could say Howard dean was Bernie Sanders before Bernie Sanders became Bernie Sanders. And for a hot minute there in 2004, it really looked like dean might get the democratic nomination, so the Republicans through everything they could at him in an infamous ad created by the club for growth, they accused dean of, well, being every elitist democratic stereotype. So in the ad and elderly couple is leaving a diner because of course they're leaving a diner always with the fucking diners. And the elderly couple is asked what they think of Howard dean. And here's what they say..
podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"howard dean" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"But we did outperform President Biden here by 8 points. That's not insignificant. I'm not sure there's any Senate candidate in the country on the dem side that outperformed the president by that amount. And that is where we wanted to be because, like I said, if we could get Trump's numbers could have gotten down that far, we would have been in a position to strike. And that was what the goal always was. We knew it was a hard, it was a hard mountain to climb. But I looked at it as this is something that I feel like I felt like I had to do. And I felt like, look, it's hard. And it may be an 80% chance that this isn't going to happen. But in that small percentage chance that the winds blow their certain way, if I didn't put myself in a position to strike, how could I live with myself? You know, if my family was willing and the team was there, we had the structure to be able to do it. I had already done it before. How could I be able to look back and I'd say, you know, wow, we missed an opportunity there. And so that's why I felt like it was a duty. Yeah, I think that there are plenty of examples of situations in which there's some sort of fatal flaw develops in Senate candidate. And there's just nobody on the other side to take advantage of it, right? Because people haven't. But Howard dean was even about this when he was talking about the 50 states. You always have to have somebody. Could you speak just for a little, the primary campaign ended up being unusually divisive among Democrats? And part of that was COVID, right? But actually, could you speak maybe to both of those about the really divisive primary campaign and what it was like campaigning with COVID? Well, I mean the look, here's the one thing I tell political candidates is you can not control the political wins. And you can not control the media and you can not control sometimes the perceptions of you. You know, I always tell people it's really interesting to me because in the house race, when I ran, I ran against Jim gray, and I was sort of considered this liberal candidate, the progressive champion kind of thing, and then in the Senate primary, I'm somehow this moderate milk toast that is not as uninspiring and the funny part about that to me is I never once changed any of my stances..
Techmeme Ride Home
"howard dean" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Community who was part of the core contributors were on that call, but also a bunch of our friends around that call, and we were kind of all watching in anticipation together. And I think that was really, really special to go. What I'd love to hear from you guys a little bit is, what this means to you personally, in terms of, I don't know. I'm sure many of you have had different types of success in the past. And have experienced that type of visibility. But it really felt for a moment the broader Twitter ecosystem had really sort of emerged into the mainstream and that this thing had obviously taken on a life of its own. And the story was so significant. And I suppose I want to center on me, but to draw a parallel back in 2004, when we were working on the launch of Firefox, I contributed to the design of this two page ad that went in The New York Times to announce Firefox to the world. And the reason why it was significant was because that ad had been crowdfunded by nearly 10,000 contributors a very, very small amount of money. This is in the era of Barack Obama fundraising and using micro donations to power. Well, previously it was the Howard Stern. Howard dean campaign, which then led to Barack Obama being able to use micro donations as well. It's been a while. I feel like since we've actually had something that was so commonly relatable, I mean, buying the constitution is something that people all over the world have a familiarity with, and a connection to. And so for you guys to put this out there in the context of web three and the context of a Dow in the context of I would almost say the culture of web three. I suppose that one of the more significant things that comes out of this, the culture of open-source needed to come out to the world in 2004 to say, hey, this is how we work. This is how we operate. And we also have financial power. So can you guys speak a little bit to maybe how this feels to you personally? Maybe it's I don't want to overstate the case. But you might have some sense of what your life was like before and how you thought you could change things before, and how you feel about that now. So Chris, I would really recommend that you and everyone here take a look at the fundraising.
"howard dean" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"I said i know what you're trying to get to say. I'll make animal house sir. But i can't say that. I said but i'll tell you this. I was teaching a class. Actually at columbia takeoff several days from last to go out and do that interview. And what i told. My class was flying out to la to interview for the job of directing a stupid teenage comedy. He said now. Now we're talking. I said i'll tell you what. How about if. I make a movie that i'm ashamed to put my name says you've got the job that's how i got the job but my feeling was i could tell reading the script that if you made choices that were big broad at a not about the characters but about the eyeglasses and the short pants. It's gonna be different movie. And all the actors that i chose also had real hesitation about being in this movie for the same reas- howard dean didn't wanna do anthony. Edwards didn't wanna do it. Booger didn't wanna do it. I spoke to him recently. He he wrote a book where he talked about. How the last thing in the world. He wanted to play with booger but his agent kind of forced them into it. So tim buzzfeed the same thing. So we were all there based on the script and ready to do do the belching contests and whatever but we wanted to be real human beings that people could relate to and root for not just people to laugh at so that was i guess the joint collaborative decision made that movie better than could've been Might have been. And i got a call to do the sequel and i the script and it was the same movie again. Beginning nerds were geeky. Guy's nobody likes. And i said well wait a minute. We already made a movie where they gained self esteem and they gained acceptance. So we can't put him back down into the toilet again. We have to go for go on from there. And they said we start shooting in july. Yes or no. So i said no right right into the sequel anyway along winded version of that. No i'm really interested in in because revenge had a real impact on me. When i was young that was a definitely a perennial one that my sister and i hopped back to all the time and Not the case for a revenge. It's too so you definitely did something right with the first one yelled thank you. I mean it was just. I don't know what the word is. Just sort of like a harmonic convergence of the right people at the right time and i guess the world is ready for it and it. Certainly we'd want Shooting at the university of arizona or planning to shoot there and we were all ready to go. I got a call saying the school already at the school. Just read the script and they feel it's it's Denigrating to the greek system fraternities sororities. And they're not nothing him. Not letting you shoot there..
The Stuttering John Podcast
"howard dean" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"And so here in Oregon is called the Oregon healthcare planet thing. It's something like that. When I lived in Vermont, they had it was doctor dinosaur, I think, you know, Howard dean Brandon Medicaid for kids as doctor dinosaur program. Medical in California. It varies from state to state, but it's just Medicaid. Okay, because I mean, I don't know, it just seems like California is like way in head of the rest of the country. Well, generally speaking, that's true. On most things. But y'all don't have single payer healthcare yet. You do have there are two here in the United States. We've got all three, right? We've got the crazy quilts, patchwork, for profit system, that we uniquely have among the rest of the world. We've got socialized medicine in our veterans administration system. And we've got single payer through both Medicare and Medicaid. Those are both single payer systems. And that's why, you know, the easiest solution to all this is get rid of that 20% gap in Medicare. Just close that up. And we don't need it. You know, we put there for bad purposes in the first place. And then drop the eligibility age from 65 down to zero. And poof, you've got Denmark. But then what happens to companies like are you now? A united health. I know you listed all the top ten. And anthem and do they go out of business or are they able to stay in business with a single payer plan? You know, it's hard to say. And frankly, that's not my concern. But I can see their lobbyists hiding out the Republican Party. Oh yeah. Well, every year there are thousands of companies that go out of business..
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"howard dean" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"You were laid off with four days severance on september tenth. Two thousand one which made it nearly impossible to to get a job and i. I thought that the lay story was an interesting one to share with with our listeners. The interesting thing for me is nowadays. If you say. I was a reporter and i was laid off. People are like wilda duh. What did you expect. But the truth was the year. Two thousand was literally the most lucrative year in history for print journalism. And we forget that sometimes history can change so fast but the boston phoenix was an alternative. Newsweekly it was part of genre like the village voice. you know. it's the cool kid paper. And i just i had loved it so much. I had loved it for years and to be able to right. There was so exciting for me. It was it was like i was in the action. i was in this place that i really admired. And unfortunately it was It was a free paper which was largely subsidized by. It's classified ads. Let's be honest. it's porn ads but but nonetheless it's supported some great journalism but the those are the papers that were the first victims of craigslist. And so i was laid off in two thousand one and at that time it was just such a such a shock that you would be laid off from journalism job. I absolutely didn't predicted. I didn't see it coming by. Had an hour to get my desk packed up and out the door and i was unbowed. I was very upset but i thought okay. Okay i'm gonna go out. I'm going to find another job. What i really wanted was a job at the globe. Which the boston globe which was the sort of prestigious daily regional daily in that area and i thought okay the next morning i'll start pounding the pavement and of course the morning was not the time to be looking for a job. You ended up freelancing for the boston globe. And i thought it was interesting especially given the topic of your of your most recent book the folks there had a very different response to a work whereas your previous editor at the phoenix would tear your work apart. The globe often published your articles as is with very little editing. How did you make sense of this. And what has that taught you over the years. It was enormously satisfying for me. One of the things that. I do talk about actually a lot in my work. These days is so often. We i say collectively just professionals people. In general tends to give. I think far too much credence to the gatekeepers around us to the people who are by luck or by title or or what. Have you in a position to be able to say well. This is good or this isn't good or you get in. You know you don't get in and it was very demoralizing to me. When i was working at the because i had an editor who just i really felt like. I couldn't do anything right. I mean i would get the sea of red ink and in and try to understand what she wanted and she just gets so frustrated. Just we'll just make it better. I'm like that's really not helpful here. So it just felt like the task of trying to intuit what she wanted and it was just so gratifying for me. When i sent my first piece into the globe which was considered you know the more prestigious paper. They didn't change anything. And it was kind of a you know a lightning bulb moment for me because i think what i got out of it was just really understanding. One person's opinion should not matter. I mean fine. Don't be an idiot. Listen to a hundred people's opinion but one person's opinion could be wrong. And we're doing ourselves a disservice to give too much credence to that view. Even if that person is in power. I wanna get back to that. It's a really juicy topic but continuing on with your origin story. So freelance writing really wasn't enough to support yourself and so you pivot again and made your first big professional reinvention intern to political campaigning. And i think this is a different experience than what you were referring to. But working in the basement for free here you started working with robert reich. The former us labor secretary who decided to run for governor of massachusetts given your sort of bouncing around. Shall we say at the time. What made him decide. You could be an effective press secretary. I think it was largely desperation. The answer you know. There's nothing like a low bar debbie. Bob had entered the governor's race late and it was a crowded field in the democratic primary. He was the fifth candidate who was running. And so the honest truth. Is that the other candidates who had been in the race longer had snapped up all of the usual suspects who were political campaign staff and bob was scrambling to try to assemble a team and unlike some of the other people who are running you know there was the senate president and you know people who had pre existing staff pre existing relationships. They could tap. Bob hadn't been back that long from From dc and then he was in this academic career so he didn't have his people quote unquote so he turned to a political consultant that he had hired. Michael goldman and michael was someone that i frequently talk to and had quoted as a source when i was a reporter so we we had a nice rapport. Call him all the time. And so when i got laid off he he knew it wasn't calling anymore and he thought i might be looking for a job so he reached out to me around that possibility and because i had worked in media because i had done a little bit of politics before they thought i was A decent enough that so they brought me on right lost in the democratic primary. But you were bitten by politics began thinking about working on a presidential campaign. And i just love the thing that i really love about your career dory is how sort of undaunted you are and how willing you are to just throw yourself into the biggest possible challenges rather than work on another governor or senator mayor will campaign. You're like okay. I want to work for somebody. Who's running for president. And you did you got a job working for howard dean in his quest to become president in two thousand and four but at the same time you also became the executive director of an organization called the massachusetts bicycle coalition and you worked with legislature and state agencies to improve transportation planning so so talk about these different pathways that you were taking at that time and ultimately what made you decide to stop both and start your own company. So i was fulltime on the dean campaign for close to a year. I worked i in vermont for him. And then as new hampshire communications director around the new hampshire primary and it was a really exciting ride. I mean dean was someone who went from almost total obscurity and being at two percent in the polls to within a few months essentially emerging as the front runner in the race at a prohibitive favorite and then of course rather tragically. He finished third in iowa. Second in new hampshire and then quietly dribbled out of the race but we got to see the entire ride. But i was all in on that campaign i thought he would have been a terrific president but after that ended. I decided it was time for me to go back to boston. Where i had put a lot of roots down and i thought i would either run. Communications at a large nonprofit or perhaps Head up a smaller nonprofit. Which is how. I ended up getting the job at mass bike. The massachusetts bicycle coalition and It was a really good education for me. Because when you're running this tiny nonprofit you sort of have to do everything you have to be jack-of-all-trades and also it was a nice Humbling experience for me because what a quickly discovered if you're running bicycling advocacy organization. I.
"howard dean" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Are pleased. Tonight to know that their kid died. Obviously because of Joe decided to pull out in a horrific way in a stupid way. Just in time for 9 11. Which, by the way did you know tomorrow on 9 11 that that's when they're going to have the official Inauguration for the Taliban administration in Afghanistan. On 9 11. Because it's totally amazing Victory 20 years to the day they're back 80% of the people that we traded for Bo Bergdahl, um, wanted terrorist one had one of the $5 million bounty on his head. Another with a $10 million bond, Bania said are now in charge. They're back in charge. It's amazing. It's beautiful. Joe did this Iran Russia. In China will be there to celebrate. And I am not making this up. It is wonderful. Ala Ala. Hola bar. Also we have good news that the terrorists who slaughtered 13 of us at Fort Hood. Major Malik Nidal Hasan. Who is radical Islamist, and the army did nothing about it because they don't want to offend anybody. They watched him talk about slaughtering people in his projects on big screens You put up on the screen projector in class. Look at this. America sucks. It's wicked evil. Let's murder Americans. Yea, A oh, that looks like maybe we should do something. Now he's Muslim, offend anybody. He is celebrating. Terrorist who murdered 13. People at Fort Hood. Cheers. Taliban takeover from Death Row We have one all praises be to Almighty Allah. Congratulations on your victory over those who hate for the laws of Almighty God to be supreme on the land. I pray to Allah that he helps you implement Sharia law fully correctly and fairly. We must learn from the nations of the past and not let our wretchedness overcome us, thus earning his God's wrath. It is all it is to Almighty God we give. Thanks. Amen. Joe did this, Joe you did it in major? It's cool because Joe and, um Obama. Uh, they did the deal to let The terrorist five terrorist trade for Bo Bergdahl, the deserter. And then you got to see that bear fruit. To now, As I said, they're in charge back in charge. Who was there to let him? Go? Let him go and support that. And Joe is here now to put them back in power. It is gorgeous is beautiful, and hopefully we can get more of us slaughtered. Maybe 6000 next time, huh? This is a This is a job doing a great job there in charge of celebrating with Iran, China and Russia tomorrow on the anniversary of the slaughter of 3000 Joe is, um And you know what? When you see all this tomorrow and you're hearing about it tonight, remember? I don't want to take credit for this. Joe did this It is, Joe that made this amazing stuff take place by September 11th for the 20th anniversary. We could not have done this without him. And that is why he is such an amazing leader. Uh, well, I'll get more into that. But I did promise you tonight. Throughout the day of and mentioning on me. Yes, station W b a P that I would be giving you some information on on Joe's future and what Democrat pollsters are saying. Hint. It is not good. Top Democrat, pollsters and strategists are beginning to realize the bite administration is failing on nearly every challenge before the nation, Breitbart reports. There's no good news here. Said, Uh, pollster Paul Maslin. He told Politico he's one of the top Democrat pollsters. There's no good news here. This is all on his watch. Says Muslim who worked for Jimmy Carter and Howard Dean. You can argue what he's doing or not doing, but it's almost irrelevant. If you if things are chaotic and wrong, it ain't going to help them. Another Democrat strategist also told the outlet Biden was supposed to be a return to normalcy, quote unquote instead, the world's chaotic under Biden. When Biden was elected. It was supposed to be all the adults are back in the room and take charge, said another strategist. Um, it turns out we can't do anything. Any Democrat strategist who thinks this is not going to impact the midterms or impact. Biden being reelected. Could be that clearly, they don't know what the F forward but I'm not gonna say it. They're talking about. Biden's approval ratings have slid in seven key House districts in which the Democrat Party can only afford to lose three seats. So seven districts slot slid. And they can only afford to lose three of them so That's why I think they're going to lose the house and more. Friday poll revealed that the majority of Americans hold Biden responsible for the U. S deaths and 170 Afghans and the terrorist taking in Afghanistan and Thursday, a poll showed a plurality is Thursday. Last week, a plurality of Americans hold Biden responsible for losing quote losing the award. The war in Afghanistan. Uh, not for President Donald Trump. So Plurality of Americans say Joe Lost the war in Afghanistan, not Trump 1/4 poll indicates only 24% of US voters, like the U. S. Voters strongly approve of Biden's job performance down 5% from April is most damaging slide, though, says Breitbart News. Is coronavirus. Achieve. That was his big, strong suit member Breitbart news report. Only 52% of Americans support is handling the coronavirus down 12 points from early April and last little thing that I want to share with you because you may have missed this. I dug into this a little bit last night for you, but From a YouGov economist poll. More Americans than ever before disapprove of Biden's performance as president, This came out just yesterday. And it is bad his people in America, Americans that strongly or somewhat disapprove 49% strongly or somewhat disapprove. How many strongly or somewhat approved 39% demands underwater by 10 points Very, very bad. And the reason why is he is now getting his butt handed to him on the Covid 19 pandemic. And Democrats the man has lost support by Democrats is dropped nine points. In from last week. Biden's approval among the Democrats went from 86% to 77%. The other massive drop is with independence. So, uh, they stupid as you might think, Biden, so they're watching And they know now joking at least point to the success of missile strikes in Afghanistan and say, Look over the horizon technology. We don't need to be there, Joe said every other word, he says, now Every other phrases over the horizon Technology. Yeah, somebody talking a new phrase, and he says that all the time To justify why it's okay to leave Afghanistan. Well, here's what Joe's over the horizon Technology does. And by the way, uh, this comes from the experts, not for me. That it'll, uh it'll take about 6 to 8 hours, six hours for our Predator drones and unmanned drones. And for our not manned planes that will do strikes about six hours to get from our nearest bases now. To be able to attack anybody on the ground in Afghanistan. And what that means is we're going to use just and this is from one of the experts talking about our drones. About half of the power for the drones will be used up or fuel be used up going there and back, which means how much time they can spend in the air. Is going to be cut, like in half or less. So this idea that we have over the rising technology is false and again, you have to have CIA, uh, to have people on the ground. CIA. You have to have either Afghan military soldiers on the ground, which is how we used to work with him About two months ago, they would be on the ground in somewhere. Outside of Kabul, and they would say hit right here, and then we would go sure right there, Boom and we would do it. But, um, no problem. We can't do that now, so I'm sure we'll be there about six hours..
"howard dean" Discussed on The Comb
"The comb. The code hello and welcome to the comb and bbc world. Service original podcast. I'm kim check. Annetta is all about stories that matter to you. If there's a story that you'd like me to look into then email me at the comb at bbc dot com. Episode is the second half of a two part episode focusing on infertility. And if you haven't heard part one out suggest starting there in the last episode soda heard from howard dean it in botswana about her struggle to conceive and feelings of stress in isolation but what became clear to me is putting those episodes together is how absent male.
"howard dean" Discussed on The Dive
"Yeah people over screams over the course of a year. Yeah fed up at some point and do something childish like it's not that i don't not not immature and but this is the one you know about and this one's probably more extreme like actual walking in a full tro pick till like run it down. There are so many screams and screams. I've watched where people are legit. Trolling running down. The and people like any pro will tell you this one of the number one things when you ask when you ask pros and to pros from other regions. Same thing happens in different places. Where if you're paying playing pick that they don't think is a real pick like olaf can plane or they literally will just fight to the death over and over until it's until it's a bunch of kills and then remake. I had that told me by multiple people from multiple regions that people don't think it's good practice so even if they don't like refuse to play the game they will basically troll the game then dan it for every other scrim so they don't have to play against that pick that they think is wasted their time. I mean it's true. It's been so many so many starts howard dean topic five and like no flashes and we're like combat summer's only and just like keeping around the map to fight us and i was like this is the worst grand prix i've ever had in my life. You know like this is so many of these that happen that you're like all right. Whatever so he probably felt like that was one of those situations and so he trolled back kind of thing. And i don't know it seems to like the problem with not having in effective practice squad and it's hard because how are you to get players good enough to play against your main squad like not all the teams in the nfc with an academy. Good else yes team. So good luck getting right practice. But that's what it comes down to..
The South Florida Morning Show
"howard dean" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"Before trump got well like voted output. Before before he left office they will urge of an p a peace agreement with taliban afghanistan and the united states. There was a plan. We were still importantly trying to get out of there. Get our american troops home but do it the right way so it. Secure this mess. Oh my god they. So now we're spending now are putting more american kids in danger by going over there again. That's it i heard. The taliban called opec to ask what they were going to do for the united states. And you really going to give in because if you guys give him. We're going to give it into banana. Okay the amount of things. They've screwed up going so well i can't even keep count anymore. Fassa crepe president k stop maybe not for much longer free brittany brittany three. We don't know she's close So she's one step closer to ending the conservative father. Jamie said he's gonna end it. He doesn't think it's in the best interest to have this big public legal battle. Okay if his reasons if he is true the good for him. If that's the reason. John has a conspiracy theory. I have two one. Is they got some really big dirt on this guy and they got proof and it's gonna make him look ten times worse than what he already looks like or he's gonna just politely step back and just wait for her to go into another meltdown and come back and say see. This is why i was conservative. Point jen thinks the free brittany army got to get some dirt on. Yeah they're going to kneecap well. He's been in charge of thirteen years even of her body. She doesn't have charge of her. Own body Enter money which she's been able to earn tons of money so good for her hopefully hopefully doesn't have meltdown. I think the movement just got to him. The free britney movement has been huge serve. you know maybe just cracked under pressure. And that's it i. Don't you know what it is ever since she got that ipad wins. Ah good luck. I tell on good for her god. Can you imagine lau and this happened. No that's not. Joe biden was kevin. Costner came last night to the field of dreams that was built for. Mlb there in the in the same cornfield reshot. The movie field of dreams back lay back in eighteen twelve. But it's not exactly the same spot. It's a cross from. It was the same field to an realized until yesterday kitty corner to it but still it was very cool. Water very boring yet. Sound i do. Would you like to hear pretty bored. Remember wind madonna he goes. It was neat when you came and she was neat here in here. Here's probably just one question to answer. Is this heaven. I don't think i heard you is this heaven. I guess you know what this sounded like sounded like this lease club. He's got low. Energy like jeb but in yellowstone if you watch yellowstone that series. I mean he's got like a pulse and he gets mad. It's fights and he kills people in these crazy but i think what happened with kevin costner. You get off the plane. He was in the cornfield and the major league baseball went here. Here's your script. yeah traditions. Walking through the cornfield. It sounds like he doesn't know what he's gonna say. He's back to waterworld kevin costner. He was in character right. Well the good thing that happened was that the chicago. White sox beat the yankees. Thank god the most important part Brother station but that's just the sports direct governor onto santa's directing flags before half-staff honor of bobby bowden died less agent. It he's going to be Not the governor but bowden is going to be lying imposed the capital and doak campbell stadium. That's not right. Yeah it's not gonna be wide right and it's going to take a long time isn't it. Don't they have a storm headed that way. Yeah they're finding us boy by the way today. Read you real quick. Sorry off your script here carry but this is just unbelievable in calendars howard dean. Remember howard dean for some reason they had him on. Msnbc says about the santa's who spoke about their quote. He's totally unfit to govern way. And he's an embarrassment to every governor. I mean every governor both republicans and democrats. A guy like this should never be a public authority. Howard dean ladies and gentlemen. Thank you if there as they say. They're not sending their best. If they send out they dig up literally resurrect howard dean to come talk about. The santas santas winning. It sounds like they're really trying to come after him. Now oh yeah. I found that very interesting. They are petrified. Trust me on this was he makes sense us right the nfl football tonight. More of it we had some last night. You had the eagles what they just totally killed. pittsburgh right. No pittsburgh one really four to sixteen. I couldn't get it i i. It was like an spanish channel moved steelers eagles but then you had so. The patriots were playing the washington football. How'd you think Young mccorkell did very very happy next. He was poised. He obviously knows the Playbook they put him in tough situations intentionally. Very nice and i will say as as a An objective dolphins fan. He look good look good. He's very good but you look. It's really good throws throwing a lot atom very in control of things. I liked it Defend game a real number. Thank god jay's number ten fifty alabama. Wait until the first game. He was wearing number fifty because he need to earn it. Give me a break. buccaneers will host the bengals tomorrow. It's not the the bangles is the bengals mongols and then you've got the dolphins at the bears. Oh you planned. Yeah remember one o'clock kick-off it's gonna three office normally nikes preseason saturday right season balder and the day i love. That was so nice to watch games last night with crowds. Who was great. Have masks on. Their assad is so in real press conferences finally again not on zoom yup writes off and then the jaguars and the browns. That should be fun. All tibo playing role of goldilocks. He'll play tomorrow night. Goldilocks oh play. He'll start t law says he's pumped for his first game and we be focused on simply doing his job and nothing more right. Good generic statement can't be worried about is how dare look. How does my hair look so. It's an abroad. i heard yes. The humidity was making it for his. You better not cut it though. Sampson might be a superpower son behind a minute. Like glows gold. It's like oh i seen that. They didn't dream this little. That wraps up rapid fire. Great ratings coming up next bill all kinds of stuff. What's up with this. Tropical storm isn't going to affect us at all. And are you a triska adecco phob. Where did all this superstition come from. We're gonna get to the bottom of this white lighter urban legend. I think it's a crock. we'll tell you what that's all right.
"howard dean" Discussed on Conversations
"It can be used in any situation. Where a woman has some kind of access to emergency care and some support while she's going through the process and he's able to understand what the processes isn't to be sure that she wants to go through it so it is much more accessible and cheaper and i think it's less risky than having a surgical abortion with an anesthetic are just filter. Had to be this choice for pride in women. So what did you do about it. Well i started working along reasonable channels of writing to the government right into my college and so on. I wrote an article for the medical journal of australia which was published in two thousand five october. Two thousand and five and i immediately found myself being contacted by quite a number of women politicians in the federal parliament parliament. Who would came to be able to bring the dog into australia to to change the law. To overturn howard dean amendment and very quickly became part of a campaign. There were a lot of other people involved children by choice in brisbane politicians in other states. Get up come on board quite a lot of the medical profession the ama the federal am i And there was a sudden really cross country campaign from october. Two thousand five's fruit till february of two thousand six when four women senators cross party brought a private member's bill to the parliament and it passed the senate first and then the following week it passed the house of representatives which was wonderful except that no drug company at that point was prepared to stick their necks out and bring the drug into australia. So what. I did with my colleague here in cans doctor my career. Who is now. he's retired. he's gone ecologist. he had been providing surgical abortions in hands but he could only do it in the private system so the excess was limited for many women. We were able to import the drug. It was complicated process involving along application to the therapeutic goods administration the tgi but we went through that process. We didn't really think that we were going to get the permission. But in fact we did get it quickly. We obviously had our supporters in the and we important some from new zealand where was available and we began to use it in cans with some trepidation. Because we're getting a lot of media attention and we didn't want to go wrong. What kind of responses did you get from from the media. And i guess the community mu mu broadly from the media very very positive from the hills minister was tony. Abbott very very negative And they would have been very happy if something had gone wrong. Fortunately it didn't and over the next two years. Two or three other gynecologists sought the same tgi permission and eventually got her. And then the mary steps organization put in an application and they got permission to use mifepristone and they were able to use it much more widely and to publish studies with thirty four hundred thousand women. After that there was no going back. It was obviously safe effective and acceptable to australian women. How did the first autopsy you ever witnessed in dublin affect the way you think about abortion and end its availability for women very much very much. This was an abortion case but it was never said during the autopsy. This was a young woman who came from the country probably not a lot of education..
860AM The Answer
"howard dean" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Back to the Larry Elder show. Hi, Larry. There are some very naive conservatives that are Calling for healing and unity in this country, and what they're not keeping in mind is that the Democrats don't want heat healing and unity. These the Democratic leadership And they want revenge, and that's what this is about. And this is also about revenge for Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton. They're still upset about that. So there's not gonna be any healing or unity in this country. There's not a single one of them. That is as magnanimous is Abraham Lincoln was so thank you very much very love your show. Triple 8971 s a G E triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are really effective dot com studio. Let's not forget about the magnanimity of Donald Trump. One of the big applause line during his Campaign in 2016. Lock her up. Lock her up. He gets and he says, Yeah. She's suffered enough. I think I want to move on with my agenda. People forget that. What about the promises you made to your your your voters? Well, they'll have to just understand what he said. A lot of people were upset about that. Have you for gotten course we've They don't want healing. You mean the party that in? 1964 said about the Republican nominee, Goldwater. The California governor. Head Brown. Quote. The stench of fascism is in the air. 1980 when Coretta Scott King said about Ronald Reagan. I am scared that if Ronald Reagan gets into office, we're going to see more of the Ku Klux Klan and a resurgence of the Nazi party into quote. Next thing, water, said about President George Herbert Walker Bush. Was 41. I'm just mentioning this because supposedly, we're going to return to this era of civility that we lost when Donald Trump came in, You know the error that Democrats. Engaged in reaching out and Saying reasonable and Fair things about their opponents, like when Mexico or two said about Bush 41. Quote. I believe Bush. Is a racist for many, many reasons. He's a mean spirited man who has no care concern about what happened to the African American community. I truly believe that into quote Talked about Charlie Rangel before. George W. Bush is our bull Connor. Referring to the Racist. Sheriff of Birmingham, Alabama. That turned Water hoses and sic dogs on Civil rights workers. Julian Bond, president of the in Double Dip, 2006. Both Republican Party would have the American flag and the swastika flying side by side in the quote. Howard Dean, then chair of the DNC in 2005. Described the struggle between Democrats Republicans as a struggle between Good and evil, and we're the good into quote. Three years later, Dean referred the Republican Party as quote the White Party in Florida. Donna Brazile. Al Gore's campaign manager. But Republicans have a white boy attitude, which means I must exclude, denigrate and leave behind. They don't see it or think about it is a culture. Following year, she talked about conservative Republicans. Colin Powell. J. C. Watts was A house member. Republican from Oklahoma, also black. Quote Republicans bring out calling Palin J. C. Watts because they have no program. No policy. They'd rather take pictures with black Children. And feed them and if I go on and on and on Not easy being a press secretary. Is it, Jen Psaki. Greg Coulson. Great. Clarkston is a estar in reporter and he had a question for and she had some difficulty answering the question about vaccinations be using vaccination.
"howard dean" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"But what happens there matters a great deal here. For the risk that the leaders of a rogue state will use nuclear, chemical or biological weapons against us or our allies is the greatest man in Albright, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright threat against which we must and will stand firm Democrat or we take some ambiguous third route, which gives him yet more opportunities opening Development program of weapons of mass destruction. And because February 1998 police sanctioned sent continued to ignore the solemn commitments that he made the there are there are things you think is international outlaws. I'm not sure China is one, but I'm quite sure he will rebuild his arsenal of weapons of mass destruction. Some day. Some way I am certain Howard Dean. He will use that are Sandy Berger as he has a tendency to security adviser since 19 Democrats. So John was saying certainly has chemical and biological weapons. There's no question about that unmistakable evidence that Saddam was saying is working aggressively. Rockefeller with Virginia. And will likely have nuclear weapons with Democrats five years we also should remember we have always underestimated the progress the 2002 been able to make the development of weapons of mass destruction. We know he continues to attempt to be Joe Biden's two additional capability, including New PA capability. There is a real debate how far off that is, whether it's a matter of years or whether it's a matter of less than that. And so there's much we don't know. Saddam Hussein and affect his thumb. His nose at the world. Come in Harry Reid, and I think that the president's approaching this in the right fashion. Do you believe we could have this armament without regime change? I doubt it. Even supported President. I can support an action against time was saying, because I think the long term interests of our national security 2003. Starting on the intelligence committee and seeing Dan John Edward. We stepped away briefings on Saddam's weapons of mass destruction, and his plans on using those weapons cannot be allowed to have nuclear weapons. It's just that simple. Well, I support the president's efforts to disarm Saddam Hussein. I think, Evan by Indiana tonight, the Leslie Democrat following September the 11th or that we can't wait to be attacked again, particularly when it involves weapons of mass destruction. So regrettably, Saddam has not done the right thing, which is to disarm, and we're left with no alternative but to but to take action When I.
The Brown Girls Guide to Politics
Too Ambitious? How the Press Covers Female Politicians
"And today i have two of the best political minds joining us and today we're going to focus on election day. We are recording this eight days out. It is so crazy to even say that. But we're going to talk to them about the election. What they think. We'll see what we really seen with women this campaign cycle in particular so we have to start. Intrude biji fashion with asking both of you. How did you get started in politics. Teen. let's start with you while i got started in politics. Actually the way. I got started on especially women's equality. Politics was right out of college. I found myself after i graduated from college. I got married to a guy from chicago. That's how i got to illinois and working for state government in springfield illinois in nineteen seventy eight with was the year when we were trying to pass the equal rights amendment and illinois was the hotbed of american feminism. If you can believe that. And so i learned all about you know marching and organizing protests and we would stand in our our green and white while they anti forces were there red and white circling the rotunda of the state capitol building at mail was there and all sorts of folks and here. I was a young twenty something Really just swept up in all of it in. That's how it got started from there and never stopped just working on gender equity issues democratic politics. You know when you live in chicago democratic politics like i'll full-time full contact sport. So that always did that. As part of my work started a group called cook county democratic women which was the first organization to support jentzsch. Caskey for office is not an incredible congresswoman and one of our congressional leaders And along the way met a guy and talented wife. Long enough ago that the three of us can't remember when we first met. Which was barack obama and michelle obama way way way back in the early days of his political career and his and then from there i loaded. That's fascinating and with karen. I met karen when i had my first job in. Dc in two thousand eight. I was the assistant to the political director in care with during communications department and i could tell immediately. I'm like oh this lady. Don't take no bats. Well you know that. Was you know as much as i love howard dean because this was at the dnc. Under howard dean. You know you kind of had to get in his face trying to so in the morning. Communications meetings as a representative from the political department. And you just sit there. I'm like i'm just here. Take notes just passed the notes back to the political director. Karen ran a tight ship off. Thank you so much well so for me. I was. When i got of college. I was working at a facility. It was in the kind of downtown. La pasadena it was a minimum security facility for teenage girls and these girls were incarcerated. They with their children because they were either pregnant or had very small children and so as part of their deal they were allowed to be in this residential facility in their part of there was school as part of it by loved it but it was. It was incredibly hard and one of the things that made it so difficult. Was that a lot of these young women you know. They're learning had learning challenges that were related to many of them had been sexually abused They had been engaged things and they had because this was a time. This was the early nineties When we saw a real explosion and understanding of gang engaging culture in la i went to ucla and girls. Were you know this was a big thing. Right that Women young women were could be just as violent. Frankly what frustrated me was this. This facility would classify a lot of these young women as having learning disabilities that they didn't have as a way to get more money. And i was really angry about that because i felt like you know you're these kids already have disadvantages and you're to be listed as learning challenge or learning disabled. That's a whole other mark that at that time in particular was just going to set the set back even farther.
Anderson Cooper 360
Bernie Sanders slams Biden: He brings 'a lot of baggage' into the race
"Thirty one days. That is how close we are to the Iowa caucuses just thirty one days new fundraising numbers giving us a snapshot into the current state of play with the big take away the Bernie Sanders or at least his fundraising operation appears to be surging at probably. Just the right moment. His campaign says arrays almost thirty five million dollars in in the fourth quarter of last year. Tops among Democrats who've reported an almost ten million more than second-place Mayor P Buddha judge former vice president Joe Biden and injure Yang Round out the rest of the top fundraising numbers Elizabeth. Warren said today that she's going to report numbers soon now. Shortly after today's numbers were published Anders took a direct shot at Joe Biden's ability as a candidate saying unquote. It's just a lot of baggage. Joe Takes into a campaign which isn't going to create energy and excitement. He brings into this campaign record which is so weak that it just cannot create the kind of excitement and energy that is going to be needed to defeat Donald trump moments go by responded Bernie Sanders Bernie lots of luck in your senior year Bernie joining me now is Howard Dean former Democrat Democratic presidential candidate and chairman of the DNC and also I see mills and political commentator and Democratic Strategist Governor Dean the back and forth between Senator Sanders and Vice President Biden. It does seem like clearly the closer we get to Iowa the the I mean this is the most obvious involving the sharper. The attacks are becoming. And that's I mean that's par for the course. This is so familiar from sixteen years ago. I bet he is amazing Yeah no that's this is what the what happens. So you got thirty days to go. Iowa is going to focus the presidential race and attention of the of the Democratic primary voters on the winner of this race ace and the next two or three and so yeah this is. This is the battle for the president of the United States. And it's GONNA get rough. I what we haven't seen is sanders ZANDER's going after Elizabeth Warren Senator Warren and I mean obviously. Do they have to do that or is there any reason for him. I'm she's been sort of imploding and certainly fundraising problems and not. She seemed to have lost some momentum from some of the debates do you think sanders feels feels he doesn't need to go down that road and possibly alienate people. Who if they like war and they decide she's not viable would go to him so the first thing I'll say is that I wouldn't characterize Elizabeth Warren campaign in any way shape or form as imploding? I think that you know when you raise twenty million dollars and a quarter or whatever. She's GONNA report. I don't know what that number is. That's hardly imploding. I think the reason he's and why though you're not gonNA see Bernie Sanders go directly after Elizabeth Warren because we are in this Democratic primary in an ideological battle and the two of them are ideologically on the same team. This is a battle between progress. Do we care about lifting up all the people do we care about the small guy about small donors. Um What is the vision for the Democratic Party America about inclusivity who gets to be at the table and then there's doing business as usual and so that's really what this debate is about. And so when you see the Joe Biden saying well I'm the guy who's been around for a really long time. Remember me you guys know what I did. I'm going to do more of that. Well people who support at Elizabeth Warren or war a Bernie Sanders. Don't really believe that that's the way we should move forward. We actually need some kind of change. We need some growth of different governor dean. When you hear a British pretty senator saying look you know? Joe Biden is not going to get people excited mayor you know. You look at Buda. Judge's numbers among African Americans.