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"lou clinton" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"lou clinton" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"What do you think is going on there congressman? I mean I have to believe that. The Republicans in the house know how terrible he is right. Do they think he's great? I think you know I. This is a very sad observation. I think it is almost exclusively. A result of their desire to protect their own elections. I mean there's really no other explanation evidences too overwhelming and so I think they recognize that in their districts in a Republican primary. He still has wildly popular. And they're afraid of him. They're afraid of his backing a candidate against them and losing their seat. And you know I test myself all the time I think well suppose Lou Clinton one and suppose it turned out the Russians helped her and she welcomed their assistance and then she appointed these horrible people to be in our cabinet and then she stood in Helsinki and undermined our intelligence community and sided with Putin. And then she cozied up to Kim Jong UN and then she tried to blow up NATO and then she put children in cages were now would I still be. I'M GONNA be calling for. I had become free to step down as I'd say no I wouldn't support it and I said well suppose she was going to run in a primary against me in Rhode Island the night probably lose but I wouldn't betray my country to protect the candidates supported and I think in the end. That's what these individuals are doing. They are betraying their country in that the institutions at this present is attacking have been the envy of the world. They've made America. The strongest greatest democracy in the history of the world and they're watching president undermine a free press the rule of law an independent judiciary and they're allowing him to do it and not raising their voices in order to protect their own political future and to me that is just so wrong and so disappointing and I searched for another explanation. Because I'd like to think well maybe they just believe in but I think the other piece of it which we don't hear a lot about is he's also promoting agenda which many in the Republican Party have promoted or worse huge tax cuts for the richest people in this country taking away healthcare and claim the ACA unconstitutional rolling back regulations. That are destroying our environment. So I mean they're putting on the core people who are hostile to women hostile to lgbtq equality hostile to choice. So I mean they're getting what they want. I think so long as he's moving forward on the agenda that they're committed to they're not prepared to break ranks from him. You GotTa think that this is going to affect so many generations after just even these last three and a half years. Let's say he's a one term president. I mean we're still looking at a generational damage here. Is there any accountability for president anymore? After this or do you think trump and McConnell of you know rendered impeachment permanently. No I think in a very ironic twist to this. They reinvigorated the ultimate accountability. Which is our democracy because ultimate accountability is going to happen in November in the end. We're going to have had to wait too long. For Accountability and too much damage will have been done because we could have had accountability to Senate had done their job but the good news is that ultimately the American people are going to hold him accountable because ultimately in November. They're going to decide. Do we want to give this president who has worked on behalf of the richest most powerful people in this country and undermined the institutions that have made our democracy great has attacked immigrants women and the eligibility Cuny and they're going to make him a one term president and they're gonNA send packing the Republicans who enabled this and so I think in the end. We will have accountability by the most powerful voice in the country. That's the people of this country. Voter turnout nearly doubles in. Virginia as DEM's are fired up and ready to dump trump super Tuesday hasn't just been a good night for former vice president. Joe Biden who continues to rack up big wins in states all across the country. It's also a huge night for the Democratic Party. As turnout is through the roof in places that the eventual nominee will need to win in order to defeat Donald Trump in November. But you're right that it'll be generations before we repair the damage. This president has done not only to the environment not only to human rights but to are standing in the world. I serve on the Foreign Affairs Committee and it still remarkable to me how much people Miss American leadership. And what a difference. American leadership has made in the world and they sort of look at you and when you go to meetings with sort of really troubled look on their visit. What happened to America and I assure them America's and change or the same great country. We're going through a difficult period but you know America will be back. It's a really important point because I I wonder. Should the American people have faith in the government? After all of this. It's a fair question. I mean American. People have seen the government respond to the most powerful special interests that exists in that continues to be the case in. This president is rolling back environmental regulations to reward fossil fuel companies and giving huge tax cuts to the wealthiest Americans and the most successful corporations in this country refusing to support commonsense gun legislation to respond to the demands of the gun lobby refusing to work with Democrats to lower prescription drug prices to respond to the demands of Big Pharma. We ran on a commitment to demonstrate that we would work for the people of this country and focused on three principal issues. Driving down. Healthcare costs particularly prescription drugs raising family incomes by rebuilding the infrastructure our country and making a real investment there and taking on a serious way the corruption and self dealing in Washington. And we've got to deliver on those promises I so I think there's a real reason for people to wonder like this government actually worked for them. The good news is if people look at the work we've done in the house it's been one of the most productive. How sessions in modern history? We've passed over four hundred pieces of legislation. Two hundred and seventy-five bipartisan bills. They address the urgent priority. The American people bills to drive down the cost of prescription drugs to protect coverage for existing conditions to reauthorize the von's against Women Act Universal background checks. Hr One the biggest anti corruption. Bill since Watergate and the list goes on and on so I think people want to have a sense of what the world might look like what the country might look if Democrats retain the House win back the Senate and elected Democratic president. We can make all these great ideas reality but only half the work done in two thousand eighteen. We took back the House and Mitch McConnell. As long as he's the Senate majority leader. We're not going to see progress on any issue of than appointing judges. Many of whom don't deserve to be judges and you know that's that's the most terrified is because that's many generations so I think people should look at the work. We're doing if they believe that. That's the right agenda for our country. Help US take the Senate back hold onto. The house elected Democratic president. And we can get to work on the urgent priorities of the American people. Yeah I think that that's where my frustration lies though you know. Four hundred bills in the house have passed. Three quarters of them are bipartisan. And eighty percent of them are sitting on McConnell's desk and the Senate is doing absolutely nothing and so I have a hard time keeping the faith that our government is working. Because it's so divisive right now and it's everyone's so calcified in this very Republican Democrat left right and I don't know that the government can properly work if we don't commit to working together. I think that's in many ways. What the opposition wants. The opposition wants people like you and people like me to sort of give up and think you know what it doesn't matter. Nothing's going to change. Because their voters the people who are supporting the trump vision of America. They're going to vote. They're gonNa vote no matter what and so the more. They can discourage people who disagree to vote. The more advantageous will be bipartisanship on all those issues. I just mentioned in fact. The president's spoke about driving down prescription drug prices. He talked about an infrastructure. Bill talk about draining. The swamp actually done those things but I think if he's serious about that he's GonNa Find Willing Democrats in the house Willing to work with him. The truth is there's a lot of bipartisan work. Being done you know as I said of those four hundred bills two hundred and seventy five of them. Enjoy bipartisan support. Almost every major bill introduced. I look for.

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"lou clinton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"lou clinton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This is John really need them traduction but but I will introduce them to you because probably you're not on you tube is much lower take the kids that went because he is a superstar he's a media stars while much like clear we're just talking about and actually saw Travis floors for the first time it clears place foundation their first big gala over in Santa Monica and I'm like who is this guy takes the podium and he was just so compelling to the speaker and he had a like a a chest not a neck brace like a chess bracing for his ribs and I thought oh my god this is the this have to do with the cystic fibrosis because a Travis like clear was born with cystic fibrosis and and four months old present it was Simpson's and has been struggling with you know this for a very long time and it turns out Travis good morning and thank you for coming on to the show yes good morning thanks for having me why are you wearing a brace a well I was hit by a car is in a crosswalk don't place wrong time fractured spine okay okay you can't make that though I mean I lost you weigh like a hundred five pounds. and I love your sense of humor your mom is your Terry she's laughing she's adorable so so listen I'm not being critical of it is you have that spirit ever like clear you two are just well well I think you know Claire and I both grew up with these conditions where we're told so often that we're not going to survive or that we can only expect to live so long and you just have to kind of embrace that I know like okay well everyone else gets to live every day not knowing when they're gonna die we kind of let every day kind of expecting not to live so we developed a sense of humor where we just have to laugh at it because you don't you can crawl into a hole very quickly become very very sad and depressed yeah but I think clearly or similar in that we decided to take our situation and try to make the most out of it and really really create a conversation and make an impact in the world and so basically cystic fibrosis so you understand it shorten your lifespan there is no cure and right is an inherited a life threatening disorder that damages belongs and I just of systems you've had to double long transplant tracks yeah yeah I have what does that mean like did the so so how long is that surgery well the food you know with the first surgery it was fairly it was that once a simple but it was fairly quick you know six hours on the operating table and the second time around you know there's a lot more scar tissue in there's a lot more that to be careful at than that you know the surgeons are very very very amazing at UCLA and it took longer because you know they have to really pay attention to the the organs and so the second time I was like fourteen hours fox so from six hours to fourteen hours you're under general anesthesia you are reading to bind you are the incisions on the side or on the front it's it's completely across my chest in fact if you go to any of my social media accounts recently I shared photos of my scar taken by Lou Clinton a and what is your your Instagram is that at Travis floor as in its it yeah I mean the. photos are it's clear as day where the scars across my chest to kind of a joke around a lot but it looks like I packs when I don't because you guys you have to find humor in it you do I agree you are incredible and what I want everyone to know is that Travis floor as an actor and author a speaker there's an incredible article out right now in out magazine that you wrote yeah and this and the picture so powerful on look at you you are so blessed though I will say this you have found the love of your life yeah I can't say that yet I was I'm working on it but I love the title that you get it to the commentary section so please I'll post it on my on my page on my Instagram Adeliza that's because you have to see this other titles I'm dying I want someone to love my husband I came to say that sounds very emotional to love my husband when I'm gone. yeah and that was the you know Nico Lang over at out magazine works with me to come up with a title that captured the essence of what I was writing but also to put it out there I mean so often I think we kind of skirt around what we're trying to say and I miko was like look we need to say that we just need to say it that's the only way people are going to pay attention and he was right and it's done very well there's been a lot of people I've read it a lot of people reached out to me expressing their love in their their hope for my future and my ex transplant hopefully and and and also how this article was affected their life and their views on love and relationships and Travis I like I said that on your breath and worked in it I want to go it's pre circle circle back on this long transplant yeah I'm looking at a third one and we have something to celebrate but before I want to read a little piece of out magazine article you wrote it's it's just so powerful. you right facing death is it difficult facing death with the person I love is. and I know he's here in the room any start you right now it's a check you have such a beautiful bond yeah we try to make eye contact when. when we were thinking about this kind of article because you know he hasn't read it because he doesn't want to even consider the fact that there could be a future without me and I understand that but you're still love a selfless and saying if I'm not here to love my husband I want you know how lucky you are to have him I mean it's my reality is that even with a third transplant there's there's a chance there's going to be complications and you we hope for the best hope for a long life together but without the third transplant for sure we don't and if I don't receive entrance that we're looking at a very short amount of time together and and I want him to find love again he deserves that easy easy so he's my age were twenty years old and that's too young to twenty eight yeah it's too young the young to go through what we're going through and it's too young to not find love again if I'm not here to love him more than you know what we can to make sure that UCLA doctors. do this because we know these currents just approved a dead third double long a transplant will that weighing heavily on you because by the way folks it wasn't as if they were they were signing off like sure you got this yeah that was an up hill battle with insurance companies. well. we've transferred insurance companies because of that what happens. originally the hospital was kind of for doing that they're trained at the insurance company said no and they were saying that they don't know if this is the best option for me they have to consider what is best for me okay and okay really yeah my response was very point blank it was like the only other option is death so I don't know what you mean by let's figure out the best option because you're only option is to do the surgery so we switched insurance companies because we can't handle that now time taken Afghans come on now we don't have time that we know so we really need the UCLA Medical I guess lung transplant board to approve this procedure yeah and in you know they're amazing they've saved my life multiple times and I understand the ethics behind and I understand that you know they have to decide whether or not this is best for you know the organ donation process there are other people waiting for organs and I'm very very sensitive to that Joe also that we want to talk about it with the big message of getting folks to be an organ donor yeah we're up against the commercial break your Travis for is with US eight social media star and author active is an actor what do you not do your incredible and you happen to have cystic fibrosis by the way I do so we want to talk more about this when we come back so stay with us is it thank you so much for being here Travis Sunday morning Elizabeth Espinosa KFI am six forty into the newsroom how incredible is from the song. so that one of the suspects accused of killing a woman at the Pechanga resort casino is believed to be the sister of Los Angeles Clippers star Kawhi Leonard Long Beach police are increasing patrols following a pair of shootings two men were shot and injured in separate incidents late Friday night and into early yesterday morning in the area Pacific coast highway pine Avenue and a fire to garden Grove apartment complex is being investigated it broke out early yesterday morning on Chapman Avenue.

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"lou clinton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"lou clinton" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This is really need them traduction but but I will introduce them to you because probably you're not on you tube is much lower take the kids that went because he is a superstar he's a media stars while much like clear we're just talking about and actually saw Travis floors for the first time it clears place foundation their first big gala over in Santa Monica and I'm like who is this guy takes the podium and he was just so compelling to the speaker and he had a like a a chest not a neck brace like a chess bracing for his ribs and I thought oh my god this is does this have to do with the cystic fibrosis because a Travis like clear was born with cystic fibrosis and and four months old presented with them guns and has been struggling with you know this for a very long time and it turns out Travis good morning and thank you for coming on to the show yes good morning thanks for having me why are you wearing a brace well I was hit by a car is in a crosswalk. place wrong time fractured spine okay okay you can't make that though I mean I lost you weigh like a hundred five pounds. your sense of humor your mom your Terry she's laughing she's adorable so so listen I'm not being crude of what it is you have a best spirit ever like clear you two are just well well I think you know Claire and I both grew up with these conditions where we're told so often that we're not going to survive or that we can only expect to live so long and you just have to kind of embrace value like okay well everyone else gets to live every day not knowing when they're gonna die we kind of let every day kind of expecting not to live so we developed a sense of humor where we just have to laugh at it because you don't you can crawl into a hole very quickly become very very sad and depressed yeah but I think clearly or similar in that we decided to take our situation and try to make the most out of it and really really create a conversation and make an impact in the world and so basically cystic fibrosis so you understand it shorten your lifespan there is no cure and right is an inherited a life threatening disorder that damages belongs and digestive systems you've had to double long transplant tracks yeah yeah I have what does that mean like it did the total how long is that surgery well the food you know with the first surgery it was fairly it was that once a simple but it was fairly quick you know six hours on the operating table and the second time around you know there's a lot more scar tissue in there's a lot more that careful at than that you know the surgeons are very very very amazing at UCLA and it took longer because you know they have to really pay attention to the the organs and to the second round like fourteen hours fox so from six hours to fourteen hours you're under general anesthesia you are reading to bind you are the incisions on the side or on the front it's it's completely across my chest in fact if you go to any of my social media accounts recently I shared photos of my scar taken by Lou Clinton a and what is your your Instagram is that at Travis floor as in its it yeah I mean the. photos are it's clear as day where the scars across my chest to kind of a joke around a lot but it looks like I have packs when I don't think I yeah to find humor in it you do I agree you are incredible and what I want everyone to know is that Travis floor as an actor and author a speaker there's an incredible article out right now in out magazine that you wrote yeah and this and the picture so powerful on look at you you are so blessed though I will say this you have found the love of your life yeah I can't say that yet I was I'm working on it but I love the title that you units in the commentary section so please I'll post it on my on my page on my Instagram Adeliza that's because you have to see this other titles I'm dying I want someone to love my husband I came to say that I'm very emotional to love my husband when I'm gone. yeah and that was the you know Nico Lang over at out magazine works with me to come up with a title that capture the essence of what I was writing but also to put it out there I mean so often I think we kind of skirt around what we're trying to say and I was like look we need to say that we just need to say it that's the only way people are going to pay attention and he was right and it's done very well there's been a lot of people I've read it a lot of people reached out to me expressing their their love and their their hope for my future and my next transplant hopefully and and and also how this article was affected their life and their views on love and relationships and Travis I like I said that on your breath and work ethic I want to go it's pre circle circle back on this one transplant yeah I'm looking at a third one and we have something to celebrate but before I want to read a little piece of out magazine article you wrote it's it's just so powerful. you right facing death is it difficult facing death with the person I love is. and I know he's here in the room any start you right now it's a check you have such a beautiful bond yeah we try to make eye contact when. when we were thinking about this kind of article because you know he hasn't read it because he doesn't want to even consider the fact that there could be a future without me and I understand that but you're still love selfless and saying if I'm not here to love my husband I want you to know how lucky you are to have him I mean it's my reality is that even with a third transplant there's there's a chance there's going to be complications and you we hope for the best hope for a long life together but without the third transplant for sure we don't and if I don't receive entrance that we're looking at a very short amount of time together and and I want him to find love again he deserves that easy easy so he's my age were twenty years old and that's too young to twenty eight yeah that's too young young to go through what we're going through and it's too young to not find love again if I'm not here to love him more than you know what we got to make sure that you sell a doctor's. do this because we know the intolerance just approved a dead third double long a transplant will that weighing heavily on you because by the way folks it wasn't as if they were they were signing off like sure you got this yeah that was an up hill battle with insurance companies. well. at we've transferred insurance companies because of that what happens. originally the hospital was kind of for doing that that are transmitted the insurance company said no and they were saying that they don't know if this is the best option for me they have to consider what is best for me okay and okay really yeah my response was very point blank it was like the only other option is death so I don't know what you mean by let's figure out the best option because you're only option is to do the surgery so we switched insurance companies because we can't handle that now it's time to take in your hands come on now we don't have time that we know so we really need the UCLA Medical I guess lung transplant board to approve this procedure yeah and in you know they're amazing they've saved my life multiple times and I understand the ethics behind and I understand that you know they have to decide whether or not this is best for you know the organ donation process there are other people waiting for organs and I'm very very sensitive to that Joe also that we want to talk about it with the big message of getting folks to be an organ donor yeah we're up against the commercial break your heart Travis for is with US aid social media star an author activists an actor what do you not do your incredible and you happen to have cystic fibrosis by the way I do so we want to talk more about this when we come back so stay with us is it thank you so much for being here Travis Sunday morning Elizabeth Espinosa KFI am six forty into the newsroom how incredible is from the song. seven one of the suspects accused of killing a woman at the Pechanga resort casino is believed to be the sister of Los Angeles Clippers star Kawhi Leonard Long Beach police are increasing patrols following a pair of shootings two men were shot and injured in separate incidents late Friday night and into early yesterday morning in the area Pacific coast highway pine Avenue and a fire to garden Grove apartment complex is being investigated it broke out early yesterday morning on Chapman Avenue.

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"lou clinton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"lou clinton" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Is pretty excited about it? So I think Alabama is going to be fine. That wanted Clemson too. Clemson. I don't think you Lou Clinton's going to win. I think they're playing Texas. Am and Clemson, okay. They're going to win that game. I think Clemson wins all their game. I think they've got a very very manageable schedule, which is a nice way of saying. They've got a relatively easy schedule. I believe I think they're gonna win all their games. They're going to win the ACC championship. And they're gonna to get in the playoffs and the question. Where are where are they going to be seated? That's that's that's the issue. I have Clemson Clemson will be one. I'll Bama to think if they get both go undefeated. We're we're going to. I think we'll start that way. And it depends on how how those two teams perform. But I think you're probably right and one more question. What do you think about two for this year? I think two is going to be fun now to made some mistakes in the national championship game. He got he got baited into making some stakes in that game. I think he's learned from it. I think we all have the same question. What's to going to be like with Steve Sarkisian as the offensive coordinator? I think two is going to have a big year. I believe this set of Alabama wide receivers. Maybe the best school has ever had just they just they're just incredible just incredible bunch. So I think two is going to have a big year. I think she Harris the running back. I think he's going to have a big year. I think Alabama is it's funny. You talk about a fourteen. In one team in a bounceback mode, which is which could probably only happen in Alabama. But I I think Alabama goes undefeated they play Georgia in the SEC championship game. I think so. All right. Listen, protect you calling. All right. Let's go to Charles in Louisiana. What's up Charles? I'm doing great better than I deserve. They I'm checking the it's the first time call on this show. Okay. And and I wanted to talk to you about LSU how you think you're gonna do this year. I think she's got a chance to have have a special year for a few things fall into place here..

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"lou clinton" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"lou clinton" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"The watch espn app fox you excited for that are you going i mean don't you love baseball i mean that's the pinnacle in baseball yes i am fox are you actually going cou i know i was being sarcastic but i new york because you weren't you're like never seen this before the network like you suggest i mean the way you said it was kind of like you're sick of it but politics that was a joke thanks making me look stupid i'm kidding oh no we're talking accuses actually at this stage of the game regarding those two teams i actually enjoy where the rivalry is i don't enjoy it for just what it is because i care so much about the teams squads are pretty good it's fun you know what i'm saying that sort of what the deal is at this stage in time is very good thing that's what's going to be cool when their planes game next year in london you know what i mean they're taking these two squad on the road which is something that big lease very rarely do yearly the nfl does all the time with mixed results but i think this is to be pretty good for hard for baseball player like they play or schedule wise they play like almost every day to go all the way over there i guess they only send in two teams that i sent him multiple teams to do now they're doing to teams that's pretty garbage idea 'cause they're doing in the middle of the year but that discussion they they sent the dodgers to australia three years ago jacked up their whole season that was massive mess but whatever anyway it should be fun though going to that too if you're wondering passport eight is on it like that so dominic whiteman now see again that's a perfect guay into this segment because this that's what the segment has become it's like lou clinton yates globetrotter dominique where you been i went to restaurant with my wife nbc i didn't go anywhere where restaurant we went to vida this week i think it had a soft opening down at the dc war hold on soft open means a level of privilege to your attendance so you had to be invited that is different from just going to a restaurant i don't know if that's true or not but i mean i understand what you're saying but i don't know you know how this goes my wife tells me where date night is and i show up so i don't know nothing about none of these restaurants this one was was pretty good it was they were trying to be it wasn't like expensive restaurant but it was kind of trying to be like a trendy popping restaurant but i guess in part because it was a soft open it wasn't really popping like that so i don't know i'm not much for the popping atmosphere at this point in my life so it was perfect for me had a little bit to eat and it was nice it was this event or was it simply open and you've dined as one would it was they were a tempting to just work out the kinks essentially what they are doing they're having a a normal restaurant night it wasn't as sort of event but they wanna do the soft open so that when stuff flags up it's not when all the the mainstream customers gotcha was not passed by his boring let's talk about okay my bed okay are omar all right mall was.

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"lou clinton" Discussed on SYFY25: Origin Stories

SYFY25: Origin Stories

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"lou clinton" Discussed on SYFY25: Origin Stories

"We're at this convention and someone from blood sweat and tears came to us and said the band is playing at the met tonight at lincoln center and bobby kolingbe who is the drummer from the band is a huge uh comic book fan of specially of cabinet american spiderman can you guys com so of course being the horse we are charlie and i said yes we showed up at the men we ran on with blood sweat and tears and had dubbing captured america and not spiderman was what you could see your face you could drag wiz that your first shelve is job i think you'd have to call it my first show biz job you amazing it with lou clinton connected in time to my second show biz job which was standing in for christopher reeve on cbs's love of life which was a soap that he was doing who is also doing a broadway show and we became friends 'cause we had done some summerstock together life he had he was a a rich kid any flu an airplane he said you wanna go to teeter from peterborough too like albany for lunch and to be i thought this was the most exciting thing wasn't sure so we flew to albany from teeter burrow in his airplane and this again is the '70s and he checked his deeper or checked is i don't know how it was presell phone and while we were having lunch in albany.

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