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Who Is the Heir Apparent of the MAGA Movement?
"Now somebody asked me recently. You're who is the era parent in the maga- movement and obviously you know make sense down juniors heir-apparent then but if you look at the figures in american history i guess has the guys are bobbling up right of the history. Look lincoln look at teddy. Roosevelt look at fdr moved right and then and then you know in some ways lbj. Kennedy's stuff to say so short that lbj and reagan. There's never been really a a logical error parent if you look at all of them. There was nobody who grabbed the mantle. And that's fascinating. I'm next yeah. Each one of them was their own man very much represented their own think right and then what came after. Somebody's was was a redux to the future to the past otherwise was it was into the future but it was not. Oh i am now linking number two or teddy roosevelt number two or regular h.w. Bush one that idiot election off thousand percents Off the back of ronald reagan. Bush was not yet if it is jack kemp who who was up against h. w. for the mary she was the more logical heir-apparent totally toronto. Let's be honest. As far as i'm concerned he was a bureaucrat. There's no there's no. There's no senior bush brand you don't think bush's is not right and remember. That was a bitter primary and eighty between the tool very famous. Paid for this. Mike a so. That's very real so again. I think as we look at this time and we we are so lucky that president trump continues to be the leader of the republican party movement. In this country it is. We need to be appreciative of having this larger-than-life leader in our historic moment
"jack kemp" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"So that's when i wrote the first draft to i can't believe in myself years later jack and i connected again. I had written another book. And i emailed him. I asked him to be my co author. That was for the big bad bully. He said yes. Hci publications is our publisher and when they wanted another bulk we send them. I can't believe in myself. it's been completely redone and just teaches children to let go of that word can't and to go for their cans and love that in. Jack i know that you know this is the a lot of this. Is the route work that you do. Because i learned a lot of this from you. And i love that. You're doing it now at children's books. Because when i found you i was in my thirties and i wish i would have had it a lot earlier. So where did this work start for you. Well for me. I think. I got really excited about working with kids when i had my grandson. One grandson is turning eight in a couple of weeks and it's really interesting. We were talking to him on facetime tonight. It he said. I'm i'm not really happy about being a and we said why should while i'm one year closer to dying. He said i like life so much. I don't to end. I said honey you got at least ninety years left. You know it's it's all going to work out. But the point is that i agree with you and miriam and the idea is that we need to learn this in school. We need to learn from our parents. You know all these books that are now coming out. Thank god about you know emotional issues and self esteem issues goal. Setting all the getting over racism. All these books that didn't exist when i grow up literally did not exist And so that to me is very exciting. I wanted to be part of that. And when mariam came to me and said hey. I've taken this idea from this can't won't exercise we do in your training. I wrote the story for my kids. Because i wanted them to have a story. Not just a of lecturing. Adam would you be willing to publish it with me. Maybe we'll get a wider audience. Because you're jack kemp field. And i said sure and so we She she and i did some minor re editing on the book. It all totally be illustrated by this amazing illustrator even rallies that we went and we i put a bunch of exercises in the back of the book. It teachers or parents can do with kids either in the classroom or at home to take the story and make it more than just a story but the league velcro the principles into their life so that they become like you know your name and your phone number your address. I love that about the back of this book to as while you guys i i read it this morning..
"jack kemp" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"New dork City? Ha! I'm taking a shot at this sustenance. See Hymie town. That's right. I'm a Jew. So pissed me off. 1996 vice presidential candidate Jack Kemp served in the United States House as a representative from what state From New York. Yes, there's a big time quarterback for the Buffalo Bills right in the A M a F on the older league, and then he went on to, actually, I believe no, it wasn't him. It wasn't him. It wasn't him, who started that other Super Bowl for the Vikings three by talking to him. Something to by talking to somebody else started the other anyway. Jack Kemp was from New York that's right in the world for his televised slow speed Chase police taste O. J. Simpson after that Bell to turn himself in for questioning following the murder of his wife. What vehicle was Samson? Samson Simpson driving during the Chase? What vehicle Dashing Easy one. That was a Caucasian for Brock. That's right for cases for them or your four for four. Just realize you've been perfect. On March, 30th 1981 James Brady was shot. In the assassination attempt on the life of President Reagan. What was Mr Brady's position in the Reagan administration? Ah, that's a tough one. What was his position in the Reagan administration? I'm taking a shot here, Sydney, uh, Secretary of Defense on you didn't correct actually.
"jack kemp" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Into the new center here, breaking news on the market and show Jason Byers. If Never mind. The bid has gone. There we go. Wait is dipped down to 59 degrees on P Street tree. That is the breaking news. It is dipped down. We're now below 60 degrees. On Peachtree Street for the first time this hour. Brad is in Canton, Georgia. Brad, Get us back on track, buddy. I got a lot of faith in you here. Hey, brother, I'm gonna try. So I'll tell you about my biggest traffic goof. Okay? I grew up in a small town in south Georgia. My parents moved me up the Swanee and Gwinnett, which is really rural in the 86. I didn't know anything about how to drive in Atlanta and 90. I went to University of Georgia and 92. I was working as an intern for Newt Gingrich's campaign. Wow. Former history professor. He was a history professor before that. That's right. He was awesome. He was awesome. They campaign gave me a Lincoln Town car and said, Hey, we're having an event. I want you to go to the airport to pick up Jack Kemp and his wife. Wow. Jack Kemp was a secretary of housing and urban development at the time. So there was no GPS remember good and the airport pick up Jack Kemp on his wife. Come back up. Hit 2 85. I missed the turn to go 75 north to go to Cobb County to the event. I didn't know how to turn around, so I just kept going around to 85. Took Jack Camp in his wife, the entire circle of 2 85. Was he late for the event finally came back. I was an hour and a half late for the event. Okay, never lived it down. Wow. Did he noted that camp? Know what was going on when you're doing that? Did he know your lost or you just think it's a long way. We're taking way too long to get there. But he was really a great guy about it. And his wife, Jo with me, and they made fun of me, but they didn't say I didn't get fired for my free internship. But it was a pretty embarrassing moment. That's what a great story though, Brad, that's that's that's pretty cool. Yeah, It was crazy. My first time driving a Lincoln town car, too, So I don't know if ever for drinking Ash Lincoln. Actually, I've driven in one. We took one down two for spring break for Florida. My body was going to drive down here like a Ford probe, And there's a blizzard. You know what a Ford probe is? Yeah, I remember those so there, but there was like a blizzard hitting the East Coast So his dad was like, I'm not letting you drive that. Here's Here's our Lincoln Town car. And the craziest thing I remember about the town car was actually did drive because we took shifts It had like when you turned the blinking light on. It was like they like side blinkers. And he basically like, just whack the card here, too, like scare the crap out of him any time you like, want to change lanes that there's a car next to you? The light was so bright. They were like That was That's what I remember about the Lincoln Town car. The shrinking we called it. Ellie is in Newnan. Ellie. Welcome the market arms show. It's Kelly. Hey, Callie, what's going on? Well, I was going to call and tell you what. I haven't stopped doing the lockdown in March. What have you done since pandemic began? Haven't stopped drinking Wo really? You developed a habit would you say Oh, well, it's been trying. All right, Listen, I'm not judging as long as you know, you could turn this the spigot off when? When the pandemic ends. Yeah, we have famous last words. Of course. I got some interesting ones on Twitter. Debra Green Ready? What people? What haven't you done since the quarantine begin? One guy. Uh, Identifies. He's a famous guy. I'm not gonna I know if you want to be outed. He's not put gas in his car. I'm so jealous. That'd be great. Yeah, there's I bet there's a lot of people. Maybe that haven't gone that extreme, but certainly maybe not even got a car washed what? Lindsay hasn't seen her best friend. This is one. I'm sad to admit I have been to the dentist. I have my dad's. It's pointless was being April and ever since. Yeah, Reg has not had anything dry cleaned. Gail's never hasn't been to her favorite restaurant. Debbie hasn't seen her neighbors. That's you Could do that, Debbie. They maybe they. Yeah, door. I don't think they like you. Uh, Eric's never been to a sporting event. Uh, bright side hasn't been to Costco. On. Phil has not had a good bowel movement. I don't know what if that's related to the pandemic, but he has not had a good B M. Paul is in Dawsonville. Paul. Welcome to the show. How are you? Oh, I'm doing great. How are you? Accent? What's on your mind? Brother? Long time listener. First time caller. Welcome aboard. Okay, Well, I'll tell you a little story about A screwed up road thing. Yes. There in December of 2000 won We got in by myself. Dad and my uncle got invited to go on a quail hunting trip with a shooting supply company owned a gun store. And So we wait went down there and They? We were able about guns cheaper because they had to figure any shaping it, You know? Even though they give you free shipping. It ain't free. Him and we're going up. 85 And And I remembered diverse is done it just come out. It was called the B F are made by Magnum research. Okay? Is supposed to be called.
"jack kemp" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Do not see Al Gore and Bill Clinton as our enemy. We see them as our opponents. Is the greatest democracy in the world. People are watching not only throughout this country but all over the world as to how this democracy can function with civility and respect, decency and integrity. Bob Dole. Is one of those men who served the United States Senate. Public life is public record. He fought on the battlefield. He has worked with Democrats and Republicans. In my opinion, it is beneath Bob Dole. You go after anyone personally. Clearly Abraham Lincoln put it best when he said, You serve your party best by serving the nation first, and here was Vice President Al Gore's response to that. Thank you, Mr Lair, and I'd like to thank the people of ST Petersburg for being such wonderful hosts. My family and I are very glad to be here. And I would like to thank Jack Kemp for the answer that he just gave I think we have an opportunity tonight to have a positive debate about this country's future. And finally, we've had some viral moments one as recently as 2008 when then Senator Joe Biden squared off against Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will in all time Vice presidential debate moment be made tonight. We will find out in about 45 minutes coming up next Fivethirtyeight elections analyst Geoffrey Skelley on the latest presidential race polling as we inch closer to election day. This is the 2020 vote. The vice presidential.
"jack kemp" Discussed on KOMO
"And God bless America. It is incredible to note that three decades later, we're having similar discussions as a nation along the same partisan divide with the notion of a culture war and a battle. For the soul of the country. Ordinarily we go to Clarence here, but will breach a little bit of protocol. And naturally, we'll jump right to pad and Pat. I've got to ask you. Do you believe that that historic speech has passed the test of time? Well, the issue which I introduced, it wasn't knew it goes back to the French revolution in the 19 sixties and the changes The whole idea of a culture war, which was considered somewhat bold to say that in those times is now probably in the title of 10,000 books, and there's no doubt about it. What divides us is different views about morality and culture, Grace. And identity and all of these things now which you're tearing this country apart, But they were evident their beginnings in the 19 nineties. It was a delight up there, and a lot of people have remembered that speech for a long, long time. Not all of them favorite favorably, Chef. Well, we think it's terrific and certainly Ah, moment in history clearance. What are your thoughts on on that memorable 1992 speech? No. The first year I finally got to actually cover both conventions. I remember it very well. But it was the culture war began before Pat's campaign as Pat well, remembers on DH. It did divide the party that that year in the way that that I'm more accustomed to seeing Democrats divided outside between older Their left wing on the center. Well, remembering that 92 convention Dan Quayle was also there was a big story because he was objecting to Murphy Grant Brown, a fictional character. Having a baby as a single mother on Maryland. Quail Vice President Dan Quayle's Wife gave a lecture to women that they should stay home and not not work. Even though she was a lawyer who worked at a home. Those issues seem rather quaint compared to today. Also, the population was a let whiter than than it is today. So same sex marriage. I'm sure that would be on that list of no. Nos. I mean, that is now broadly accepted, sanctified by the Supreme Court. You know, Eleanor, you weighed in on this topic shortly after the convention in 1992, and we have some interesting footage that we'd also like to share. A zit relates to your forecast for 1996. Let's take a look. Give us the early handicap on these and show contenders with well if George Bush wins a second term Dan Quayle as four years to remake his image, But I don't think that's long enough. Uh, Pat Buchanan reminded us that the convention while he will never be presidents too polarizing. I think he knows that I don't think he'll run. I think the hope of the Republican Party's with Jack Kemp and William Weld that ran but he didn't get very far. Is it over to Jack Jack Jack? Jack Kemp was vice president under Bob Dole and and Bill Well, Brandon Valiant race, But this time we're going to shift focus a little bit, and we're going to go. We're going to go back and dip into time with some thoughts that Clarence expressed regarding the 2000 election, so Let's take a look. Doesn't independent candidates stand a chance in 2008 public and the course is running as a candidate of of what the modern day populist movement that is opposed to NAFTA is in favor of moratorium on immigration. Some of these are very hot issues. I don't know how Buchanan's position on the war withstand now, but You might have a chance because I mean, you're Chris's somewhere. But I don't believe Clarence. Your thoughts there. I'm trying to remember which war it was well known in case whoever it was they'll get, Vera said about how I It's hard to tell the future because it hasn't happened.
"jack kemp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Scott, the African American senator from South Carolina Race has been a big issue already in this campaign. People don't always think of the Republican Party is reaching out to African Americans. And yet there's a long and noble history of it in rebellion party, you know about because of your association with Jack Kemp. That's absolutely right. David. I'm a former State Council of the policy here and on my CD. They're in Oklahoma when Jack asked me to work for him. First thing, he said, was Frank. Learn this You know the numbers between a rich person and a poor person. I said no, he said. The rich person has more money. So Jack's whole focus was this union. We are Many different people. But we are one which means how comes Hules air so rotten and most inner cities. How come there is not diversity in the police Department's How come Abortion is a common practice of birth control in the black community. Why don't we treat African Americans? Black people like us? We're all equal. We're all one and that was Jax. Called alarms and Mrs Greta Scott King frequently spent some time with him and may and that was her called warms, and I think it's great that the party that was not the party of segregation. Was not the party of slavery was not the party of the poll tax has its convention. We are the party of Abraham Lincoln and Jack Kemp was an exemplar are excellent statement and full disclosure. My wife, Sherry, served with you and the Jack campus, the assistant secretary for public affairs Give us a sense of where the enterprise zones came from The Jack Kemp really sponsored and Tim Scott, the senator now has really picked up that mantle. Not in fact, anything we could do as a people to encourage enterprise and success in the inner city. We've got to do it and enterprise zones basically. We're creatures of a lot of people. But Jack can't most particularly. We're going to take neighborhoods for example, communities that are ravage and find out why I mean, do we need to have dramatically better schools? We never did anything about that. Quite truthfully. And regrettably, how about Justin takes forever to get a permit? How about are the buildings on disintegrating? Why don't we focus get business in those communities and labor into those communities to help build him up and hire the people who live in them? Of course, you know, Jack was funny. He would He was on the view that that should be a very significant part of the renaissance of the inner city. But he also wanted to have America such a broad minded society that if a black person wanted to leave, I could do that, too, and find a job. And live someplace else without fear or without prejudice. And that is the party of Lincoln. And I think that's the legacy of Jack. So, Frank. We're just moments away from President Trump, which will cut away to assumes that happens, but did it work? Well, it's an unfinished product. Quite truthfully, The schools have not been improved The worst fools anywhere frequently. Well, always, if not always, always. Are in the inner city communities. You have a lot of single parents other If there is a mother and dad president and the schools are educated, then we're fine, and that's the thing. The governors and mayors need to focus on it is inexcusable that schools in the inner cities perform Por eso poorly yet my Jack said, ever seen rich and poor people rich people have more money so those they're down in the dumps. We need to pick him up and have them participate in the American grain. Something can't believe Governor Keating. I'm just going up to right now, because the president's about to speak. We don't want to miss any of it at all. We're going to come back to Governor Frank Keating, former governor Oklahoma Sir, we've heard from the president. Let's go to the convention now and here, the leading into President Trump. Freeing American hostages.
"jack kemp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"They done yesterday. Jonathan, let me say this, but I'm a bleeding heart, too. Okay? I'm a Jack Kemp bleeding heart conservative on the supply side. You can't measure these things in just dollars, Spect. I mean, we know this. We know this. You put in $3.5 trillion already. The other team wants another three or $4 trillion. Is that the answer? There are other better targeted ways. I want everybody to go back to work. We've created over nine million jobs. We're clawed back about 40% of the terrible lost from the pandemic. Or if you wanted to come with me tonight. We can't even eat inside a restaurant in New York City. Come on in you go, John. The only ask I have right now is show you let me finish my course file may carry on. Had a little you had a little sermonette and I enjoyed it very much. And I love Larry. Respectfully. That wasn't a sermon. That was maybe a personal and you understand, please carrier are many other ways. To deal with these problems. Okay? Throwing my atom is not only the answer, you have to create economic growth incentive, but look We are willing to spend night. I mean, that's not the point. The president himself has endorsed another round of direct mail checks. He has endorsed that he has also endures continued unemployment assistance. Question is, why is the overall policy to make sure That it makes sense that there are incentives to go back to work. Yeah, and we have a very full fledged plan to do exactly that. We want to reward people and the businesses they work for to go back to work. We will extend P p p. That is part of our package again. I'm not gonna negotiate, but that's in our mix. We have retention credits for new jobs. We have benefits for reemployment. We want to cut the payroll tax, which would give Existing workers a tremendous boost income. I think, even in five months it would still be $1200 a year or more. All right. People who are not working, go back to work and realize their after tax wage is higher than the employment. That's a good thing. So we gotta be smart. It's not just a question. You know, I'm not going to seed the ground of compassion. We are all compassionate. Yeah, we all want everybody. We all know people. Families cousin's kids neighbors who have been damaged by this terrible pandemic correction. That's we know that, and we've been working on this now. For five months at warp speed. We are even at the point now where six or seven companies aided by federal money, large chunks of it. Are in phase three of vaccination testing, which is a huge part of the story. And as far as getting the kids back to school, in addition to the masking on distancing in the hygiene and so forth, were willing. We have in our negotiating position. A good deal of money, well over $100 billion to go to school, so we're trying to target thing. But we're not going allow a transformation of the economy. Where by the government and its planners run everything. Health care energy. You know, we're not going to go down that road. We've tried that in the past, and it does not work. You have to be smart. You have to focus on the incentive mile of growth. And then we will see the successes. We've had plenty of economic comebacks in this country. Throwing my at every problem is not the best course of action. Let's be smart. Let's be efficient. Yeah, let's provide incentives and again if we can't get a compromise the way we did last March, then the president will act. His own executive powers and let me tell you it's not a bluff. Final question, because I'm gonna get in trouble with the White House for keeping you two long, Larry. What am I going to see First Executive action on all the things you describe. Are sanctions on Carrie Lam. Jobs and those air completely disconnected. I I'm not going to respond.
Obituary: Herman Cain
"Herman Cain helped define the American black conservative movement. He also set the stage for trump by Philip Elliott. Herman. CAIN remembered the nineteen ninety-six moment that changed his political trajectory as clearly as any in his life. The businessman was advising Jack Kemp's vice presidential campaign and accompanied the boss to the iconic Sylvia's soul food restaurant in Harlem for an event a man in the crowd shouted out to Kane and colleagues Black Republicans, there's no such thing. The. Same Man in canes telling called them Uncle Toms. The episode. So angered Kane that when he got home from that campaign swing, he switched from a registered independent to a card carrying member of the Republican. Party and over the next quarter century, the child of the segregated south became one of the best known black Republicans in the country briefly rising to be his party's presidential front runner for the two thousand twelve nomination and remaining one of the most quotable stars in conservative media. So committed to his party's stick it in the I e host was Cain that he flew to Tulsa. Oklahoma for President Donald, trump's first return to the campaign trail after one hundred thousand US corona virus deaths despite dire warnings from public health experts at that endure rally on June twentieth the stage four colon cancer survivor posed for pictures without wearing a mask and sat in the packed stands with fellow fans of the president on June twenty-ninth Cain tested positive for the corona virus. On July second, his aides announced he had been hospitalized while fighting the disease his twitter account continued to criticize mask wearing and to promote unproven endorsements of hydroxy. On. July. Thirtieth CAIN aides announced he had died from the White House trump attributed the death to the thing called the virus cain among the most prominent Americans to die during this pandemic who was seventy four In many ways, Kane and trump were cut from the same cloth neither had been elected to any political post before running for the White House, both delighted in needling the Republican Party's establishment and the mainstream press they shot from the hip campaigned in slogans and didn't much care to learn the details. Both men were dogged by allegations of sexual affairs and inappropriate behavior, and both denied the allegations they proved disqualifying for Kane who ended his bid in December twenty eleven under intense scrutiny. But they did not derail trump just one election cycle. Later, they were also both savvy exploiters of the media. In saying things they knew would provoke outrage and thus amplify the celebrity at the core of their bids indifference toward if not hostility against what had come before was a cornerstone of their strategy, not a flaw. CAIN was born in Memphis in nineteen forty-five to a domestic worker mother and a janitor father when his dad was hired to be the chauffeur for the head of coca-cola, the family moved to Atlanta where cain would graduate from Morehouse College. He then completed his graduate studies at Purdue University after civilian service in the navy from there Kane moved from engineer to executive with Pillsbury and its subsidiaries of Burger King and Godfather's pizza where he would be its CEO. In nineteen, Eighty Eight, he oversaw Godfather's. From, Pillsbury throughout the same time yelled positions with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. That part of his resume lead trump to consider cane for a position in his administration a move that drew dissent from fellow Republicans who were not eager to revisit the allegations against Kane for three years. Kane led the national. Restaurant Association a lobbying arm for the industry that paid settlements to at least two women who detailed canes unwanted advances. His was not a typical career in his post. CEO Years Cain became a sought after motivational speaker and unsuccessful presidential candidate in two thousand and a Senate one in two thousand four. As, the tea party movement started to organize after Barack Obama's election to the White House. Kane emerged as one of its strongest spokespeople when the twenty twelve election cycle began kane decided to run the scrappy est of campaigns focused on untrue additional travel schedule that often seemed more like a book tour than an organizing effort. His novel nine, nine nine tax plan proposing a nine percent corporate business flat tax, a nine percent personal income flat tax and a nine percent national sales tax drew I rolls from economists but curiosity from voters. Antipathy toward front runner Mitt Romney proved sufficient to give cain a chance to rise in the late summer and fall of twenty eleven until his personal life just proved too much. But he didn't shrink from podcast life. Instead he became a ubiquitous voice and reliable critic of Democrats
BREAKING: Herman Cain Dies Of Coronavirus At Age 74 in Atlanta
"A political consultant who worked for Herman? Cain on his twenty twelve presidential campaign is announcing that he has passed away. from. covid nineteen. That's breaking news here in Y'all I'm not confide. This is not. Confirmed other than through Ellen. And I'm Yup. nope. It's IT's confirmed folks. Herman Cain has died of the corona virus. age seventy four. In Republican presidential candidate in two thousand twelve. Herman Cain ran his platform very famously was the nine nine, nine tax reform plan. He had been Fox. News contributor and a newsmax contributor newsmax is confirming his death He was admitted to the hospital on July first two days after being. DIAGNOSED WITH COVA night teen. Ten Days Prior, he had been at the Rally for the President they they don't know where he got the virus. And Herman Cain has now. Passed away He was the President of Godfather's pizza. He. Rose through the ranks He joined coca. Cola. He worked for Pillsbury. He was regional vice president for Burger, King, which at the time Pillsbury owned and then he took over. Godfather's pizza turned around made it a profitable company. And his big issue is marketing. He became the chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in Nineteen ninety-five He was in the position for twenty months in nineteen in two, thousand nine you'll recall the president renominated him for the Federal Reserve. Board? He ultimately withdrew his nomination. He dabbled in politics in one, thousand, nine, hundred sixty was an adviser to the Bob Dole Jack Kemp Campaign for President He ran for the Senate in two thousand four. He was defeated in the primary by Johnny Isaacson actually campaigned for him in two thousand four. Now he beat colon cancer it was stage four and two, thousand six he was diagnosed with it the and then from two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, seven, of course, he had the Herman Cain Show in Atlanta? On WSB, I was actually hired in two thousand eleven to replace Herman on WSB Because Herman had decided, he was going to run for president and he had been in the line to replace Neil Bortz they needed somebody to replace Herman as a result. So they hired me Herman off and ran for president. He at one point was the front runner for the Republican presidential nomination, and then he the ultimately lost the nomination and came back to radio has has wound down his career over time and. Herman Cain now dead he was a good man. Seventy four years old affected by coronavirus virus. Prayers for his family. And for for those who knew and loved and worked with Herman Cain God. Bless him.
"jack kemp" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Of Atlanta was fine but traffic was blocked up on seventy five northbound and two eighty five eastbound on the north side of the perimeter in Atlanta because the vice president's motorcade win so when the I did not know this until the president the vice president came to Atlanta for the For the discussion about Getting Black voters support the president. I didn't know that win. The president and the vice president are together. They don't give the vice president of fancy motorcade I thought they both always got it but not when when the president and the vice president art together the president gets the fancy motorcade. The vice president get stuck in traffic when the vice president comes by himself. He gets a full presidential motorcade. Now I've been in one of these sports but a long time but back when I was in college I got to was Bob Dole and Jack Kemp Bob Jack. Kemp came through making George. I got drive in the motorcade with him. They had become the nominees. They were campaigning through Georgia. Trying to bring Georgia into the Republican camp and they stopped and making Went to the bear's den and I was the lead car behind the presidential limo that fuller who is Jack Kemp chief was half the time was the Heritage Foundation President and taking time off to do kipps campaign and so I got to drive the minivan and he was impressive. So what happens? Is the the police if you never see one of these? The police get ahead of the motorcade. They know the time the Medicaid supposedly they block all the traffic they block all the on ramps on the interstate or so. You can't get onto the interstate and they clear out the entire interstate on that side. They don't do the other side's traffic typically. They only do the side of the interstate device. Prisons going to be on or the president's going to be on they cleared out and so the president has an unobstructed path every and they get it in place well before the cars moving. So that there's there's no pause you just go and it's an they use a lot of the state police. They use local police. These motorcycles they used cars. They blocked the path. Everybody they clear the entire route so they can move forward now a lot of times. The president will come with the helicopter until he could fly over at not have about it but the last time the president came to Georgia. He had a motorcade the vice president now these times having a big motorcade and it just is wherever they go. It's a it completely ties. Traffic DOWN IN. Macon within the vice president came to endorse Brian Yup they asked me to the event this was with this was in the cable camp. Run off the Kemp campaign asked if I would come be the emcee of the event and they told me. I had to get their super early because when the vice presidential motorcade came in he was landing at the Middle Georgia regional airport. He wouldn't landing at Robins Air Force Base But military airport and then would come up and all the traffic would be blocked off and it was. It was just a mess. It took me forever to get home because even if the vice president left traffic was terrible so he's in Atlanta today mostly for Ravi Zacharias now. Kelly. Leffler is in the news. Today she's donating her salary. She's donating it to a bunch of Georgia charities which is a nice thing for her to do. I suspect the way this is going to be. Read is is cynical by some people. But let me read you the story from Tim Mitchell in the AJC checks of three thousand eight hundred dollars each began arriving at various Georgian on profits in mid March just as many were contemplating the impact. The coronavirus pandemic would have a just a nice surprise. Said Jeff Breedlove a spokesman for Georgia Council Substance Abuse. He and his colleagues waited to see whether the person who sent the donation Kelly laughter with reach out when they didn't hear from her. They assume she wanted to keep the gift. Private other nonprofits contacted by the C. Said the same. None had prior knowledge that the donations representing Leffler Senate salary were coming or received an explanation why they were chosen. Leffler faced challenges. The money she donated to the CDC Foundation help with Covid Nineteen response and the second harvest is south. Georgia put the contribution receive toward middle meal distribution for families.
"jack kemp" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To the point of almost considering it a throne election I know that's a very serious charge but it's what I feel there is only one very serious area of Clinton weakness Mister Clinton is weak when it comes to the issues of honesty integrity character personal things but non trivial the dole campaign had to find a way either through Bob Dole or at least through Jack Kemp to begin to enter this area of criticism and had to begin to make it an issue and they have for what ever reason I decided to completely avoid the area now I know that that then would be a sign of trying to take the high road but the high road when you're twenty one points down is not going to get you to your destination at all it's going to have you as a footnote in the history books with regard to elections and that's exactly where this campaign is headed I thought that for a long time and I think it's more than ever tonight and I'm not exactly going to really make the charge of their throwing the election because that implies a conscious intent to do it and I don't really feel that but it certainly has been mishandled so as far as I'm I'm concerned Al Gore one the debate Jack Kemp lost it of all the people that should have been able to debate well Jack Kemp is that person he didn't get a very bad day he seemed unsure of himself on scene there Jack Kemp but be incredibly effective this was not one of his days there is one more presidential debate and we'll see what happens but I do not have high hopes here's a fax it's typical of what I received art one of our express my disappointment with the camp all face off tonight in all honesty the Republican Party is dead for the next four years as a Republican I was more impressed with Al Gore his general demeanor his attention to camp as camp spoke his articulation his responding directly to those questions posed by Mister layer camp rambled on in redundancy to the majority of Americans we will live to see Clinton gore let's say for another term the only way for a dole Kemp presidency is a down and dirty fights nationally to expose Clinton's character past and present we have the ammunition and a decision not to pursue this course of action is the death of dole camp for them to take the high road as they trail in double digits will be devastating to our party as all losers are quickly forgotten and never forgiven they must run the race with every intent to win at whatever the cost Rudy in Phoenix and I agree with you of course Rudy I was all just leave it at that it is no different than I expected it to be how about you a federal judge has upheld a contempt citation the one that put Susan McDougal in the pokey last month for refusing to testify about the president's role in the whitewater saga the eighth circuit court of appeals has rejected McDougal's complaint that our constitutional rights were violated when a district judge found her in contempt of court center to jail about a month ago the first US troops are leaving Bosnia however there are five thousand going in and they are going to stay in till spring time I'm not sure of which year it it seems clear to me that we are going to stay now in Bosnia for sometime to come out is another presidential promise violated clearly but again for some unknown reason and I'm very hesitant to charge throwing the election because I'm I'm pretty sure that's not what's going on but this dole out camp seems unwilling to go after the Clinton administration on any of the things that I've heard so many of you complain so bitterly about so the effect is a a lost elections if not a cost election Israel and the Palestinians are getting nowhere fast and I think it's only a matter of time until it turns into a big conflict and maybe more and I guess that's the news I the hard news others really not a whole hell of a lot more going on it was the debate night and I just told you the way I think the debates turned out you may not feel that way I'm got I've got a kind of a worrisome story here and I'm going to read it to you it can it concerns our old friend madman Markham I got a call the other day from a writer over a Sampson up for the St Joseph news press and she was going to write one last I think leaving that newspaper she was the right one last story wanted right about Matt so she asked me for a couple comments I gave them to her and I also gave them madman's gave her madman's contact number and she went away and wrote her article I got a copy of that article today and I'm going to read it to you madman Markham is an affectionate name that I gave to Mike Markham who thought he was building a time machine I'll just read this.
"jack kemp" Discussed on Nighttide
"Gene moving about the swamp during the night in england. It is commonly known as the will of the wisp a fairy like being and who manifest themselves to humans as a wisp of moving light the friendly as that sounds these these little wisps are anything but these little spirits are mischievous and often malevolent and use their bright it light to entice people often leading them to their watery grave of course not all the willow wisps are fairy fairy folk. Some of them are human spirits who are forced to roam the earth at night unable to move on either as as a punishment for past misdeeds or due to unfinished business. Some of these spirits were thought to be those who followed the fairy lights and met their death in the murky waters below. These spirits wonder the swampy area using light as a marker for their gravesite. They will continue doing so until their remains are found and given <unk> a proper burial. The other type of ghosts lights are from those who are condemned to wonder the earth being rejected rejected from both heaven and hell for the unsavory actions committed during life. One example of this is the legend of stingy jack jack during his time on earth was a rather the bog at night the legend had it but if you were brave and clever enough to entrap wisp it would lead you to its treasure in exchange for its release so on a brisk october moonlit night jack set out to the bug with with the intention of capturing wisp and as a result it's gold while making us journey towards the wetland he encountered a dense fog and jack soon found himself unable to see where he was going determined determined to continue on with his task jack kemp trudging forward after a while the fog lifted and jack was surprised the prize to find himself at an old crossroads and even more peculiar he can make out the silhouette of a figure standing there just up ahead now despite his lifestyle choices jack was actually quite a clever man and he knew exactly whom that figure was standing just as before him it was none other than the devil himself he must have sensed jack's desperation and need for a quick fix and and was obviously standing there ready to make a deal now must people upon this realization probably would've turned on their heels and ran the other direction jack jack saw this as a perfect opportunity instead of entrapping a wis why not trap the devil instead the rewards awards could no doubt be far greater so jack strain does back increased his pace and made his way towards the shadowy figure ahead. When jack stood before the devil the double as jack knew he would presented jack with deal he would fatten jack's coin purse and trade for his soul. Jack pretended to be very interested interested in the deal and all the double. He'd like to talk about it more over a drink. The devil and suspecting of jack's is plan agreed and with a nod of his head. He and jack were sitting at jackson fever table in his favourite pub. Jack toll the devil before he agreed to sign the contract. He'd like to see proof that the devil could indeed produce use his end of the bargain for the double smiled and told jack to check his coin purse. Last jack looked inside. It was indeed filled with gold coins. The devil told jack that if he signed the contract in trade for his soul the devil devil would ensure that jack's coin purse would always be filled. Ask such until the day he died which told the devil but he agreed to sign not in the pob where wandering eyes could see. Jack suggested that they sit high hi up in the old oak just behind the pub and sign the contract air. Perhaps the devil was too focused on on his greed and the thrill of acquiring another soul as such a powerful being shirley otherwise would have been able to see ah bruce such a simple plan however the double did not and with a nod both he and jack or up in the tree firm moment jack fain the motion of going through with it he took the sharp pointed pin which was intended for him to pierce the skin and and sign with his own blood however instead.
"jack kemp" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Premise that the Republican Party is a bunch of racist bigots and pigs but he graciously accepted gore isn't knowledge now you're not Jack you're a good guy while I'm gonna say you're good because we know we're going to be yeah Jack but you're not one of those people and Jack Kemp didn't bother defending the Republican Party accepted the they are the compliment but no they've they've done and it's it's rare I want to go back to late yesterday this this is trump and bar this is the announcement of the new strategic rainy on the citizenship question and the the byte following up this is a CNN panel having a how afterwards here is trump yesterday in Washington at the rose garden we are not backing down on our efforts to determine the citizenship status of the United States population I stand before you can apply new steps my administration is taking to ensure that citizenship is counted so that we know how many citizens we have in the United States makes sense we will defend the right of the American people to know the full facts about the population size of citizens and non citizens in America it is essential that we have a clear break down of the number of citizens and non citizens that make up the U. S. populations okay so that's the first of a couple of bites here when they announce what they're going to do and how they're going to get this not going to take a break right now will come back another trump than bar and then CNN having a cow.
"jack kemp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Andrew O'day Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, this is Bloomberg best. Former Massachusetts Governor William weld is mounting a long shot bid unseat President Trump and the Republican primary weld ran unsuccessfully for president in two thousand sixteen is a libertarian. He's been a persistent critic of President Trump well said in launching his twenty twenty campaign that quote, the American people are being ignored in our nation is suffering and Bloomberg's David Westin spoke with well today about Stephen Moore monetary policy and the GOP primary. I actually thought Stephen Moore would have been okay. I mean, I'm I'm kind of a supply sider supply-sider when there was nobody except for me, and Jack Kemp and Jude waninsky and Arthur Laffer, you know, I believe in in tax cuts by and large. I think they're they're they're good for the country because the government is too big. And I believe in dynamic scoring of tax cuts. And I'm sure Stephen Moore agrees with that. I've actually known him for quite a while. I think he was writing for the Wall Street Journal back in. In the nineties, and they ranked me the most fiscally conservative governor in the United States. And I think Steve Moore wrote that piece so I've always had a soft spot in my heart for Steve Moore talk about monetary policy. Which is of course, a primary focus of the Federal Reserve. And now that we don't have Stephen Moore. What would you want in there? You know, people keep coming up with these new monetary theories that monetary policy Thurs that mean deficits don't matter. I'm I'm not buying that. I mean, I think we can't continue to run these deficits of a trillion dollars a year and President Trump's last budget, admittedly. It was a multi year budget. But it added seven point nine trillion to the accumulated deficit. So that's up at thirty trillion. Darwin says, well, that's kind of theoretical. What harm does it really have? Well, it has a lot of harm if the Chinese stop buying our treasuries. Okay. And when I took office as governor in Massachusetts in my state, the outgoing secretary of adminis-. Station. Finance said Massachusetts is bankrupt. We cannot pay our bills says they fall do all right now beyond a certain point if they spend money like drunken, sailors and never cut spending in Washington DC. That's where we're going to be as a nation. Well, one of the concerts all that debt is it's good. If we keep the interest rates down does that mean as president you if anything would favor lower interest rates all other things being equal? I tend to agree with those who say, let's have let's have growth, so I point my policies towards growth in the economy..
"jack kemp" Discussed on 710 WOR
"That wasn't the question Jack Kemp the late Jack Kemp right never had a chance because you know, the economy was going, well and Clinton actually was smart after he got slaughtered in the ninety four midterm. He moved to the centre with welfare reform actually worked with Newt Gingrich. Right. That was that was genius. That's right. Right. So with the economy going well because that was the internet bubble at that point Clinton likable enough. And there was no Monica Lewinsky yet hadn't happened all never had a chance. So it's hard to be an incumbent. Then obviously two thousand was you know, democrat Republican new gore Bush. We know what happened there two thousand four than Bush high approval ratings after nine eleven obviously, then we went into Iraq. And things were looking like that would be easy. And then went downhill he barely won reelection. He had to win Ohio. And he wanted pretty closely beat who in two thousand four and they're the blank stares again. A boy you're asking Bush beaten two thousand four. I dated a girl with this name once, but that was her her first name was the guy's last name Irish John Kerry moving on, of course. And. Who was his running mate you do this? It's like, we're all, you know, we just like, hopefully, you're all playing along in your car is right now two thousand four of John Kerry, real upstanding guy. The type of guy that has probably guaranteed will be pushing a boulder and health for the rest of his life. When he finally does pass really bad seed did a bad thing. Now. I don't remember John Edwards cheated on his wife while she had cancer. And he was just tried very recently. And got got off. He got off. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Cheated with a girl who was doing a documentary on him. I believe right. As he ran for president. They had a kid right advertiser kit with the other girl, I think so that's entirely possible. I believe it had tremendous hair. I mean, I'll give them that. You know? You know, John Kerry, he may run to in this next election, something like twenty five to thirty people were going to run because we're already at twelve and it's only February twenty first I have to note on this on this poll here that. Betting on I'm betting on. They also know these these betting guys that they note that a generic democrat versus a Republican would that would that would slightly favored the democrat in this poll. Unfortunately, you can't just put like a faceless thing out there you have to put a person. But it if you put a generic democrat say generic Joe Joe, right? But the but still I mean, they actually have the rock Dwayne the rock Johnson who has been rumored to run he is at AD to ones he can make some pretty good money on him. If if he were to jump into the mix, I have a feeling that's not going to happen. Dwayne the rock Johnson qualifies as a generic democrat. No, I don't I don't know that he's even a democrat. Okay. We could ask and let's give Blaine. Let's give Dwayne the rock Johnson. Call. I'm on it. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. See blamed on it. It is amazing though. The Trump would be a three to two lock. And then it goes next to Harris like at very. Odds right now. So we're gonna have to see how this works out. I mean, the the highest Democrats go Harris, Biden Beto Aurore who wants to tear down walls instead of building. Ask maybe our viewers or listeners under three to one zero seven ten colon. Does anyone know what a generic democrat is? I'd be really curious. I have no idea. What is generic democrat? I noticed social social democrat is that's Bernie Sanders. Who's raising a lot of money. He raised six millionaire day and a half something like the average donation was twenty seven dollars or something like that. That's a lot of money, then we take the very small donations from people who can't afford to give much because the richest one percent of rubbing this country blunt that they're taking twenty seven dollars from each person. That's fine. I don't know. I seventy he'll be seventy eight years old when he takes office if he were to win eighty seven if he wins two terms. I don't know. I got a problem with that. Hey, I want to talk about Roger stone real quick. So he's been gagged like not even like there was double secret probation in animal house is like double secret probation. Gaggy got what happened? He was used to be sorta gag now. He's really Gaga's. Remember, he had this Instagram that he the judge in crosshairs. And the judge said, oh, no, no, this is the threat. The judge Moore Marshall sent to her. So he came into court today. And the judge said you are not to speak to the press Gina speak to anybody you she can throw them in jail. But she's not going to do that. She'll be the charge of you throw them in jail for that. Obstruction reading a judge actual crime. Oh, is it an actual crime? Absolutely. Especially when you're talking about a federal, right? It's dead. Take that darn seriously that sucks now we can't have a back in the show. He was on with this last week. So he can't speak for us. It's about this show. It's about ratings. No. It's a good interview stone. There are there are even more important things than that. So we make sure that Roger stone. He apologized. She said, thank you. But the apology rings, quite call eight and kicking myself all over myself all over my stupidity. Still. Nobody can understand what he's charged with. I mean that understands the case or anything. Pity right. Guess if that's a crime. Anyway, when we come back, President Trump Kim Jong Hoon part did the summit is on. Why this time around just doesn't feel as special as the original? That's next on seven ten W O R. 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"jack kemp" Discussed on The View
"Okay. So wait a minute. Is he so clueless that he actually thinks that the reason there are women congress and these numbers because he did something right opposite. Yeah. He's taking credit when he really should take the blame on my wrong about this. They were I thought they were trolling him. I think they were they were they were bay ran because they didn't like his policies. Why I found it to be just an empowering moment for women. I saw like one of Trump's not going to be in office forever. And so there were a number of. No, we do have. It's no. But I thought it was a moment that we could all get on our feet and be so proud of how far we've come. Obviously, I think the Republican party has a lot of work to get women to run into win. I mean, isn't it? Unbelievable. It if you decide well, I mean, we're me like I read with your assessment that I did think it was trolling on their pardon. By the way, take the moment when it comes state of unions are so much a part of sort of signaling your politics, in one way or another to your base of supporters. So that they and they did as a deck and even just wearing the white the white suits. But make no mistake these are liberal democratic women. So for me as a woman when you see women not applauding for the twenty week abortion ban. Which by the way, seventy to eighty percent of women democrat and Republican in the country are against this women's issues is complicated for me because I'm not a liberal woman. So to say like, oh, amazing women are getting elected. Well for me. I thought it was weird to see some people clapping when it's like for me. I'd like to see more conservative women in. My vein. Not Trump women, but conservative women's got elected. But the feather in the cap of the wave of democratic congresswoman who were recently elected one hundred percents. They were in the right taking their moment. Let up late if I'm understand what you're saying. Because I liked the idea that women there, but I don't want somebody who's like Sarah Palin or Michele Bachmann. Well, that's the thing is women's issues is all convoluted like all women vote the same way how the same ideas we've done you'll this same way about abortion look at this title. So I think it's it's it's misguided to have this applause for the president at the same time because this wave was real, and it was a mass rejection of him of rice, so many women coming up and wait as conservative women, we need to see this bright and clear they're not lot of Republican women. They're getting elected. I don't remember the exact numbers. But I know it's like it's like four to one razor you. Yeah. You that why don't conservative women like you, go out there and say cold caller, what it is that the emperor is. Wearing no clothes elected. Can they be though? I don't know in this fever because of the Jimmy is loud and strong aid over eighty percent of Republicans support President Trump for me. I'm a classic classic Jack Kemp conservative, and I can't get on board with this populace phenomenon. It was weird to see Republicans, by the way clapping against trade. We're supposed to be the party of radio them because it because the party has reinvented itself in the form of the golden God of Trump me, I wouldn't run because I would get primary by by a Trump supporter, and they're what's what's the purpose of that? When I have this wonderful job here at the nets. Really both sides of the right? He was received for better than his first state of the union, some cold it Reagan-esque. Really? Yes. It was. It was very let me show. Sorry talk. Let's I'm talking. Is taking place in the United States. And the only thing that can stop. It are foolish wars politics or ridiculous partisan investigations..
"jack kemp" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And there were two or three generations who knew each other. Was there not a time either officially or unofficially? The slogan of the city was city too. Busy to hate. Actually. It was not only a slogan. It was sorta voted on and paid for by the business community. I think we had a full million dollar ad campaign in early sixties a lot of money back. Then a lot of money. What did that represent that? That it represented that we did not want to buy the city up racially. We were looking internationally and not trying to protect the old south, but to create a New South. I have seen sports desegregate America and bring about changes not only on the playing field. But these guys got an education and they play pro ball. They go into business. They get jobs like everybody else and your thoughts on Colin Kaepernick. Andy, you know, I really admire the kid, but. I don't like to integrate sports. And protests and why because football is a team sport. And I was in congress with Jack Kemp, and we cooperated on a lot of things. So he was a conservative Republican, and I was a liberal Democrat. But I asked him I said, Jack how how is it? You got so straight on race. And he said I was quarterback full of Buffalo Bills and the five guys who blocked for me all happen to be black. And if I'd had a racist bone in my body, all they had to do is let us show the slip and that that bond would have been broken. I'm saying that that it it puts life on such firm, equal solid level. The team. That wins here. He's going to be the team that is the most a team for the whole sixty minutes. That.
"jack kemp" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Seven counts can bring well, he wasn't only your straight up guy to ask questions about political stuff back in those days. He was also the straight up guy for mainstream establishment Republicans. It's hard to reconcile that with the character who we now know as Roger stone. This flamboyant guy who goes on television who put the v for victory sign mimicking Richard Nixon on the courthouse steps today. But. Back then he was somebody who was working with people like Jack Kemp and Arlen Specter really the pillars of the Republican party. And so we've seen this tremendous of Lucien in him. And it will be interesting to see how this goes forward because he's somebody who has to knit this old world of the Republican party that wants left him with this new world of the Republican party that is the Republican party of Trump and his very different from the one that he was fostered in and grew up in Carol letting you get the last word, please engage in wild and rampant speculation what are you looking for next from Muller? I feel like we've been waiting as you know, for a long time and foreshadowing for a long time that Roger stone was going to be indicted, and I feel as though Muller's finishing up his Afghan as he's knitting. And this was this was the last little piece of the knitting. It. It strikes me as it has everybody all day as not just a small curiosity. That Muller does not identify who directed senior campaign official to reach out to Roger and make sure that he figured out what we leaks was releasing. And I would also note that people have forgotten this around thanksgiving. Muller? Forgive me. Trump turned in his written answers to Muller about things in the campaign, and one of the things he said, and he asserted according to our sources is that he never talked about WikiLeaks with Roger he didn't learn anything about WikiLeaks from Roger is there evidence that contradicts that this is why we have great professionals come on our show and explain all this to us and by extension to our audience Manuel, ROY FRANZ Lia. Thank you. Caroline. Thank you. Both for returning to the broadcast coming up within minutes today. The president's wall was instead branded a cave tonight. The growing pressure from his own conservative base over the Deel to reopen. This government at long last..
"jack kemp" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast
"You would have fucking it up with Asian birds man on chunky boy fat kid. I got pictures. I'll show podcast group about these affect keyed. Yeah. All the white off. So we're in Tokyo and gyms on stage. Probably like most of the way done. I tell our twenty our ten and and then Jack is standing in the wings of me with Cam around his neck, and I think you said, hey, any questions or something and someone yellow jacket, can you Hackett or something right? And then you're like Jackie or do you want to come out, Jack and do things? So Jack cookie takes like I'll give you credit confidence. You went out there right away walks out onstage. Jim sits in the chair. And then what you do Jack. I told a story and gyms like how long is this was the story though story about Jim you thought in your head you to joke about Jim Jim because I thought the play the best. Yeah. And you said it's only gonna take a minutes about three minutes long. It's a long story. And I know we're not gonna just operate through the story. Not even like, I'd say ten seconds in Jack heckled. Yeah. Like, you know, the audience audience start heckling you, and you mmediately folded your. Jim Jim had Jim had to like defend gym had four you had to do the Hecuba replies. And you had the marker fun. Yeah. I respond down the hecklers without a microphone sitting on a chair in the corner. It's all the opera training. And what was it was something like the ladies? It for you what she has how did he blow it because you're gonna help me get a girl? How do you blow it for you? Then. Is different from you. We only had one cook. And he's math or something like that. It was something. Like he did it just like you're doing now. But without the dick in your mouth, just tell Just you. to Dixie or something. And that was the biggest laugh of your story. It was very very good. So that was your biggest crowd ever. That was a thousand people thousand people in Tokyo shandy. Yeah. And Jack hack you're gonna do one of the shows if we we still want one, but if you definitely doing how many minutes, did I say, you could do you bumped it up to seven seven minutes Argos drunk? It was. It was fun. Seven at the data. Yeah. The ice theatre if you if you Jack Kemp fan come to that show, and it's got to be the one that sound because your parents bought tickets. I told them I could get them com. Cigna Ord be about twelve tickets because my take my extended families going to be flying flying in for this flight from New Jersey to say, you do seven minutes. Yes, that's five when they bought it. Oh, they'll probably put themselves up a real tell hotel. This is this your seven minutes is costing your family with plein tickets and.