17 Burst results for "Mr Perot"

"mr perot" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"mr perot" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"What we're going to do. That was, in fact, the final question and answer. We're now going to move to closing statements. Each candidate will have up to two minutes. The order remember was determined by a drawing and Mr Perot. You're first It's been a privilege to be able to talk to the American people. Tonight. I make no bones about it. I love this country. I love the principle it's founded on I love the people here. I don't like to see the country's principles violated. I don't like to see the people in a deteriorating economy of interrogating country because our government has lost touch with the people. The people in Washington good people, We just have a bad system. We've got to change the system. It's time to do it because we have run up so much debt. That time is no longer our friend. We've got to put our house in order when you go to bed tonight. Look at your Children. Think of their dreams. Think of your dreams as a child and ask yourself, isn't it Time to stop talking about it? Isn't it time to stop creating images? Isn't it time to do it? Aren't you sick of being treated like an UN programmed robot? Every four years. They send you all kinds of messages to tell you how to vote and then go back to business. As usual. They told you at the tax and budget summit that if you agreed to a tax increase, we could balance a budget. They didn't Yeah, that that same year they increased spending a dollar 83 cents for every dollar. We increased taxes. That's Washington. In a nutshell, right there in the final analysis. I'm doing this for your Children's. When you look at him tonight, there's another great that I feel very close to these. The men and women who fought on the battlefield, the Children, families, the ones who, Dad. People left parts of their bodies over there. I never asked you to do anything for me. But I will. This. I'm doing it for you. I can't tell you what it means to me at these rallies. When I see you and you come up and look in your eyes. I know how you feel when you know how I feel. And then I think of the older people who retired. They grew up in the Depression. They fought in one World War two. We owe you a debt We can never repay you. And the greatest repayment I can ever give is to recreate the American grain for your Children and grandchildren. I'll give it everything I have. If you want me to do it..

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"mr perot" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"mr perot" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The isolation days and start blaming foreigners were the sole remaining superpower and we should be that and we have a certain disproportionate responsibility. But I would ask the American people to understand that if we make imprudent cuts if we go too far We risk the piece, and I don't want to do that. I've seen what it is like to see a war and I to see the burdens of a war and I don't want to see us make reckless cuts. Because of our programs. We have been able to significantly cut defense spending. But let's not cut into the muscle. And let's not cut down our insurance policy, which is participation of American forces in NATO, the greatest peace keeping organization ever made. Today, you've got problems in Europe still bubbling along. The note of Europe's going democracies route, but we were there, and I think this insurance policy is necessary. I think it goes with world leadership. And I I think the levels we've come up with just about right, Mr Perot. One minutes if I'm pouring your bridge, and I could get you to defend me, that's good. When the tables get turned out to do my share right now, we spent about $300 billion a year on defense. Japanese spend around 30 Big job in Asia, The German spent around 30 billion in Europe, for example, Germany will spend a trillion dollars building infrastructure over the next 10 years. Easy to do if you want to pick up $30 billion to defend your country, European community Is that a position to pay a lot more than a haven a place. I agree with the president when they couldn't we should have now that they can. They should we sort of seemed to have a desire to try to stay over there and control it. They don't want us to come. Hold it very candidly. So it act like is very important for us to let them assure assume more and more the Barton and for us to bring that money back here and rebuild our infrastructure because we can only be a superpower. If we're an economic superpower, and we'd only be an economic superpower if we have a growing expanding job based Governor Clinton One minute, sir, I agree with the general statement. Mr Bush. They disagree that we need 150,000 troops to fulfill our role in Europe. We certainly must mean paying an engagement there. There certainly dangers They're They're certainly other trouble spots in the world, which you're closer to Europe to the United States but to former defense Secretary is recently issued reports saying that 100,000 slightly fewer troops would be enough, including President Reagan's former defence secretary, Mr Carlucci. Many of the military experts whom I consulted on this agreed we're going to have to spend more money in the future on military technology and on greater mobility, Greater airlift Greater sealift, the 22 airplane. We're gonna have to do some things that are quite costly, and I simply don't believe we can afford it. Or do we need to keep 150,000 troops in Europe? Given how much the Red Army now under the control of Russia has been cut? The arms control agreement concluded between Mr Bush and Mr Yeltsin something I have applauded. I don't think we need 150,000 troops. Let me make one other point, Mr. Bush talked about taxes. He didn't tell you that he vetoed a middle class tax cut because it would be paid for by raising taxes on the wealthy and vetoed an investment tax credits paid for by raising taxes on the wealthy. Alright, then go now to a Mr Perot for a two minute question, and it will be asked by John Mashing, Mr Perot. You talked about fairness, just amended to go on sharing the pain as part of your plan to reduce the ballooning. Drill deficit. You've suggested that we raise gasoline taxes 50 cents a gallon over five years. Why punish the middle class consumer to such a degree? It's 10 cents a year accumulative. It finally gets to 50 cents of the end of the fifth year. If I punish is the wrong word against me, I didn't create this problem. We're trying to solve it. If you study our international competitors, some of the international competitors collect up to $3.50. Callen in Texas, and they used that money to build infrastructure create jobs. We collect 35 cents and we don't have it to spend and no, it's not popular, and I understand the nature of your question. But the people who will be help the most by it are the working people who will get the jobs created because of this tax. Why do we have to do it? Because we have so mismanaged our country over the years, and it is now time to pay the fiddler. And if we don't Way will be spending our Children's money. We have spent four trillion dollarsworth on incredible number of young people are active and supporting my efforts because they deeply concerned that we have taken the American dream from them. I think it's fitting that we're on the campus of the university tonight. These young people when they get out of this wonderful university will have difficulty finding a job. We've got to clean this mess up. Leave this country in good shape. On the American dream to them. We've got to collect the taxes to do it. If there's a fare away, I'm all ears. But But.

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"mr perot" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Seen this year is not an indication that the US economy is crashing and burning it's a bump in the road one that we're going to overcome it's natural to feel shaken up but if you're considering cashing out your four oh one K. or trading your investments for heaven forbid gold I want you to stop and get on the phone with an investment professional like a smart Vesterbro are smart Mr Perot's will help you avoid making decisions you'll regret twenty years from now and if you're concerned about all the market changes you and your smart Esther pro can look over your investing portfolio and make any tweaks to your overall hi this is Jay Farner CEO of rocket mortgage making the right financial decisions has never been more important we can help guide you to those right decisions now when they matter most mortgage rates are near historic lows so when you call eight three three eight rocket or visit us at rocket mortgage dot com to start your.

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"mr perot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Hi Paul sure what's up I'm I have a five and six year old and I want to start saving for their college but I'm not sure how to go about it and what is a good ballpark figure my husband I should be statement each year towards that will it if you sit down with someone in the financial business like a smart Mr Perot as an example and they can stick into the calculator you know you can ascertain of what you want to have when they're eighteen and then that'll tell you how much you need to save per month to get there now so you need to start having the discussion of where you know where you think these kids are what you're willing to pay for our arms of where they're going to school if you're willing to pay for Harvard you're gonna have to shave more if you're willing to pay a rant about you're gonna to save more than if they go to the university of Pennsylvania are they go to Penn state okay and so in on in state school in state tuition is roughly anywhere from twenty five to thirty percent of what a private college will be and so you know you just got to start looking and saying this is where did you go to school by the way I went to Mister Corey university okay what about your husband and my husband went to Penn state okay it's so you said that you have that discussion more we want for our kids Sharon and I both graduated from university of Tennessee in in state school okay we met their married got married right out of school and so forth and so we were very comfortable and paying for in state tuition for a state university we were not willing to pay five times more for a private university it didn't in our household the value was not there and the runner fact there's NO R. O. Y. you can't prove it but that's how it was our decision based on that you figure out how much you want to save where in you know you talk to that school and okay what's inflation rate on your tuition and current tuition is this and so in fifteen years we can Aksumite it's gonna be why instead of today it's acts and then based on that you could put that in the calculator and back out how much you need to be saving towards each kid as young as yours are I will tell you that a couple hundred Bucks a month will just about do it for an in state tuition roughly show a couple hundred Bucks a month per kid going into their college and other tax free growth five twenty nine or R. and ESA you can do up to two thousand dollars a year in the educational savings account in two good growth stock mutual funds that are performing at or above the S. and P. five hundred if you're in that range a couple hundred Bucks a month will get you very close to most in state tuitions as young as your children are but if you wanna Dahlin really really close then you do a little more detailed research and back out of it and you know you can decide from there the thing is there's so many variables it change our life over fifteen or twenty years from the time a child is born to the go to school that in your personal wealth your personal incomes all of those kinds of things so with all of that you know you eat your projections for that you're going to be off but you can make very detailed projections are you can just take a good shot at it like that Hey thanks for the call Jake is in des Moines Iowa hi Jake how are you I'm great day how are you today better than I deserve how can I help well first just a huge thank you for your ministry there it's had a profound impact on our family and just really grateful for what you do thank you Tom our family is in I guess baby step seven and it just seems recently though that I'm really anxious about what the next few years ago to bring is I'm looking at some let's expenses her kid the weddings and then buying vehicles for them as they go to college and the increased insurance payments and just all these things and then also the wife is warning to I guess enjoy things a little more now that we are where we are and just have some anxiety about not blowing our budget still staying somewhat within budget but yet spending more money on lifestyle and things like that so just so you have nothing to do with it you know how spend no how much money is in your four oh one K.'s in retirement about three hundred and fifty thousand in your household home is worth but to forty you're how old I'm forty eight sorry okay so all right and you're putting fifteen percent of your income or more into retirement correct okay and you have money saved for college you're saving for college and we have about a hundred and fifty thousand set aside for college okay total total how many kids three and what ages seventeen fifteen and thirteen jun soon household income ninety five okay so you're a little behind on college I mean you're not you know gonna be completely ready by the set time seventeen year old gets there and dont show yeah there's some there's some turning up the heat there to be done and the thing is when you you know you're you're on track to be a multi millionaire by the time you hit retirement there's no question that that's going to happen but you're right there's a a few things here when you get a baby step seven in your debt free have a paid for house and you make ninety thousand dollars a year that does not mean that you can go you know spend forty five thousand hours on cruise you don't have that you don't make that kind of money you know and so you you don't can you do some things to enjoy yeah now but a and you should you should lighten up the budget and have some enjoyment money on there as well but there's you you never make enough to not have to make choices between the extravagant extravagant vacation and buying the kid a car you know yeah there there's always that choice and so you just go sit down with your wife and on the thing I don't want to have happen with the budget is her to not be involved in her to go well we should just be able to buy anything now or are we got really paid off we did it all and now you're still involved and you still have to help me make the choice is between the vacation and get car or if we go on this vacation kid gets that car if we go on that vacation could gets a different car you know and you just make these choices but she should be making those to with you where the new feeling the burden of making all these decisions by yourself and you go on one by the way we go to college here so in all which made it she does it's just I worry about it and she doesn't yeah yeah okay well I mean I think that it thing is this you there there's two things to kick should you be intentional and careful and wise and have some guard rails yes should you be fretting and wringing your hands good gracious no your debt free you'll pay for everything your tracking towards being a multi millionaire at retirement and you make almost a hundred thousand dollars a year you should not be wringing your hands this is far from laying awake at night not being able to your like bail yamen your way on the other end of the spectrum so but I I want to be a grown up in a dress the issues but I don't want them to own me and so if your fretting over it then I think you probably need to back up and just give yourself some credit for how far you've come the stuff you have defeated is harder to defeat than the stuff you have yet in front of you and so that's why I mean you've got a track record of killing this money thing when you've killed it and so you're you're in the top one percent of Americans and how you handle the quality of life in the way you're handling money you know you've done a great job so now does that mean you take your we a hands off the wheel on hold but then going to ditch the orders to hold the wheel tenant baby on the way you know I mean we're still doing that but do we have to grip the wheel white knuckle now no I mean we've learned to drive and you you're gonna drive your way right through this the stuff you've done to get to this point is tougher than the stuff you've got to do to get.

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"mr perot" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Up five and six year old and I want to start saving for their college but I'm not sure how to go about it and what is a good ballpark figure my husband I should be statement each year towards that well it if you sit down with someone in the financial business like a smart Mr Perot as an example and they can stick into the calculator you know you can ascertain what you want to have when they're eighteen and then that'll tell you how much you need to save per month to get there now so you need to start having the discussion of where you know where you think these kids are what you're willing to pay for in terms of where they're going to school if you're willing to pay for Harvard you're gonna have to save more if you're willing to pay around about you gonna to save more than if they go to the university of Pennsylvania are they go to Penn state okay and so you know in state school in state tuition is roughly anywhere from twenty five to thirty percent of what a private college will be okay and so you know you just got to start looking and saying this is where did you go to school by the way I went to Mister Corey university okay what about your husband and my husband went to Penn state okay so you said that you have that discussion more we want for our kids Sharon and I both graduated from university of Tennessee in in state school okay we met their married got married right out of school and so forth and so we were very comfortable there and paying for in state tuition for a state university we were not willing to pay five times more for a private university it didn't in our household the value was not there as a matter fact there's no are a why you can't prove it but that's how it was our decision based on that you figure out how much you want to save or in you know you talk to that school and okay what's inflation rate on your tuition and current tuition is this and so in fifteen years we can approximate it's gonna be why instead of today it's acts and then based on that you could put that in the calculator and back out how much you need to be saving towards each kid as young as yours are I will tell you that a couple hundred Bucks a month will just about do it for an in state tuition roughly so couple hundred Bucks a month per kid going into their college and other tax free growth five twenty nine or I. N. ESA you can do up to two thousand dollars a year in the educational savings account in two good growth stock mutual funds that are performing at or above the S. and P. five hundred if you're in that range a couple hundred Bucks a month will get you very close to most in state tuitions as young as your children are but if you wanna Dahlin really really close then you do a little more detailed research and back out of it and you know you can decide from there the thing is there's so many variables to change our life over fifteen or twenty years from the time a child is born to the go to school that in your personal wealth your personal incomes all of those kinds of things so with all of that you know you eat your projections for that you're going to be off but you can make very detailed projections are you can just take a good shot at it like that Hey thanks for the call Jake is in des Moines Iowa hi Jake how are you under a day how are you today better than I deserve how can I help well first just a huge thank you for your ministry there it had a profound impact on our family I'm just really grateful for what you do thank you our family is in I guess baby step seven and it just seems recently though that I'm really anxious about what the next few years are going to bring in some looking at some college expenses her kid the weddings and and crying vehicles for them as they go to college and the increased insurance payments and just all these things and then also the wife is wanting to I guess enjoy things a little more now that we are where we are and just have some anxiety about not blowing your budget still staying somewhat within budget but yet spending more money on lifestyle and things like that so just so you have nothing to do with it you know how spend no correct much money is in your four oh one K. Asian retirement about three hundred and fifty thousand in your household home is worth but to forty you're how old I'm forty eight sorry okay show all right and you're putting fifteen percent of your income or more into retirement correct okay and you have money saved for college you're saving for college yeah we have about a hundred and fifty thousand set aside for college okay total total how many kids three and what ages seventeen fifteen and thirteen jun Sam household income ninety five check your little behind on college I mean you're not you know gonna be completely ready by the set time seventeen year old gets there and on the show yeah there's some there's some turning up the heat there to be done and the thing is when you you know you're you're on track to be a multi millionaire by the time you hit retirement there's no question that that's gonna happen but you're right there's a a few things here when you get a baby step seven and your debt free have a paid for housing you make ninety thousand dollars a year that does not mean that you can go you know spend forty five thousand hours on cruise yet you don't have that you don't make that kind of money you know and so you you don't can you do some things to enjoy yeah and you shouldn't you should lighten up the budget and have some enjoyment money on there as well but there's you you never make enough to not have to make choices between the Traven extravagant vacations and buying the kid a car you know yeah there there's always that choice and so you just go sit down with your wife and on the thing I don't want to have happen with the budget is her to not be involved in her to go well we should just be able to buy anything now where we are really paid off we did it all and now you're still involved and you still have to help me make the choice is between the vacation and get car or if we go on this vacation the kid gets that car if we go on that vacation a kid gets a different car you know and you just make these choices but she should be making those to with you more than you feeling the burden of making all these decisions by yourself and you go oh and by the way we go to college here so you know which means she does it's just I worry about it and she doesn't yeah yeah okay well I mean I think that it thing is this there's two things to kick should you be intentional and careful and wise and have some guard rails yes should you be fretting and wringing your hands good gracious no your debt free your pay for everything your tracking towards being a multi millionaire at retirement and you make almost a hundred thousand dollars a year you should not be wringing your hands this is far from laying awake at night not being able to your life they all you know I mean your way on the other end of that spectrum so but I I want to be a grown up and address the issues but I don't want them to own me and so if your fretting over it then I think you probably need to back up and just give yourself some credit for how far you've come the stuff you have defeated is harder to defeat than the stuff you have yet in front of you and so that's why I mean you've got a track record of killing this money thing when you've killed it and so you're you're in the top one percent of Americans and how you handle the quality of life in the way you're handling money you know you've done a great job so now does that mean you take your we hands off the wheel and hope it doesn't go in the ditch the orders to hold the wheel tenant baby on the way you know I mean we're still doing that but do we have to grip the wheel white knuckle now no I mean we've learned to to have and you you're gonna drive your way right through this the stuff you've done to get to this point is tougher than the stuff you've got to do to get past.

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"mr perot" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"mr perot" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"mr perot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"mr perot" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Ramsey questions from Dave in Illinois chase bank just came out with the feature on the app to open up a Roth IRA account right on the app. my question is which direction would you go with a broker or this app. I'm not sure what the differences are when opening a Roth with the bank or with a broker. well apps generally don't have any advice for you except stuff that would be set up on an automated basis. like there's investing call robo investing now that is all automated and it's just there's not a person to talk to involved here I worked too hard for my money to turn it over to an app. I work too hard for my money to turn any amount of anything over to chase for god sakes. what a horrible idea. and I worked too hard to allow a bank which primary job is to get people in that to do my investing I don't go the transmission shop to buy mufflers. I'll go the muffler shop about transmissions I don't go to the bank for investing. banks are where you have savings accounts checking accounts and my loan you money and get you in that that's what they do Troy ala they're the they're not in the investing biz while they're in the investing business but it's certainly not their specializations a side bar thing I don't buy my insurance at banks. I don't buy on investments that banks I don't buy my shoes at banks. what they're up to sell you almost anything because they just love making money now under my investing with a good investment broker it's an actual human being that I can sit down with who will talk to me and tell me what's going on I know a lot about investing I know a lot about mutual funds have been licensed in all of that stuff used to sell it years ago I've been studying it for forty years I'm very competent and confident in running my own investments but I don't. I can not might we were driving down the road the other day and help the country in my my wife said what's that and this guy the pick up in front of us had a trailer behind his pick up and he had the hydraulic item on the trailer that you used to pull engine you're gonna take an engine out of a car the jacket Jack's the engine up allegory of take the engine Lucien thank all the parts solution earning the lift the engine of the car if you're gonna change engine our whatever I happen to know what that was because I've done that but I don't do that now. I open the hood on my corvette the other day and it looks more like a computer than an engine to me. and so the chances of me doing that are zero even though I probably could figure my figure it out I don't D. I. Y. my own cars anymore and I don't D. I. Y. do it yourself my own investments anymore I don't even D. I. Y. my own. axes I don't D. I. Y. my own state plan I have people that are known as professionals that know what the flip they're doing they sit down show me what we're doing I understand it and then we do it meaning they have the heart of a teacher and that's how you pick investments. you can do it you can read two books that to make you an expert and three articles motley fool and then you'll be a fool. and you also nearby to luger but because you don't know what you're doing and the first time that Donald Trump or North Korea boy burps in the market moves you're gonna freak out and make the exact wrong financial decision of the exact wrong time because you don't have anyone in your corner coaching you through and telling you to slow down. so this is why I recommend investment Rogers I personally use an investment adviser and did I mention I know a lot about this. and yet I have people that but I also look at mutual funds all day long you don't know does that work for me on or you don't our smart Mr Perot he's a nerd he's of one of my best friends but he's a nerd and his whole job his whole life is look at mutual funds all day long just shoot me no thank you I don't do that all day long but he knows more about mutual funds in his pinky than any six of you put together with your theory use and discussing them with your brother in law all over thanksgiving dinner and two of you had got a net worth of four dollars put together but you got a lot of opinions. say this is how people do they just it's dom they they take more financial advice from a golfing buddy than they do from a professional. and then wonder why all smiley remarks to wind down well of course she did. your golfing buddy is your financial adviser give me a break we can play golf I mean come on..

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"mr perot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Questions from Dave in Illinois chase bank just came out with the feature on the app to open up a Roth IRA account right on the app. my question is which direction would you go with a broker or this app. I'm not sure what the differences are when opening a Roth with the bank or with a broker. well apps generally don't have any advice for you except stuff that would be set up on an automated basis. like there's investing call robo investing now that is all automated and it's just there's not a person to talk to involved here I worked too hard for my money to turn it over to an app. I work too hard for my money to turn any amount of anything over to chase for god sakes. what a horrible idea. and I worked too hard to allow a bank which primary job is to get people in that to do my investing I don't go the transmission shop to buy mufflers. I'll go the muffler shop about transmissions I don't go to the bank for investing. banks are where you have savings accounts checking accounts and my loan you money and get you in that that's what they do Troy ala they're the they're not in the investing biz whether in the investing business but it's certainly not their specializations a side bar thing I don't buy my insurance at banks. I don't buy on investments at banks I don't buy my shoes at banks. what they're up to sell you almost anything because they just love making money now under my investing with a good investment broker it's an actual human being that I can sit down with who will talk to me and tell me what's going on I know a lot about investing I know a lot about mutual funds have been licensed in all of that stuff used to sell it years ago I've been studying it for forty years I'm very competent and confident in running my own investments but I don't. I can not might we were driving down the road the other day and help the country in my my wife said what's that and this guy the pick up in front of us had a trailer behind his pick up and he had the hydraulic item on the trailer that you used to pull engine. take an engine out of a car the jacket Jack's the engine up other car if take the engine Lucien thank all parts solution earning the lift the engine of the car if you're gonna change engine our whatever I happen to know what that was because I've done that but I don't do that now. I open the hood on my corvette the other day and it looks more like a computer than an engine to me. and so the chances of me doing that are zero even though I probably could figure my figure it out I don't D. I. Y. my own cars anymore and I don't D. I. Y. do it yourself my own investments anymore I don't even D. I. Y. my own taxes I don't D. I. Y. my own state plan I have people that are known as professionals that now with the flip they're doing they sit down show me what we're doing I understand it and then we do it meaning they have the heart of a teacher and that's how you pick investments. you can do it you can read two books the to make you an expert and three articles on motley fool and then you'll be a fool. and and you also nearby to luger but because you don't know what you're doing and the first time that Donald Trump or North Korea boy Berkshire in the market moves you're going to freak out and make the exact wrong financial decision at the exact wrong time because you don't have anyone in your corner coaching you through and telling you to slow down. so this is why I recommend investment Rogers I personally use an investment adviser and did I mention I know a lot about this. and yet I have people that but how does it look at mutual funds all day long you don't there's no does that work for me on or you don't our smart Mr Perot he's a nerd he's of one of my best friends but he's a nerd and his whole job his whole life is look at mutual funds all day long just shoot me now thank you I don't do that all day long but he knows more about mutual funds in his pinky than any six of you put together with your theory use and discussing them with your brother in law all over thanksgiving dinner and two of you had gotten that worth of four dollars put together but you got a lot of opinions. say this is how people do they just it's dumb they they take more financial advice from a golfing buddy than they do from a professional. and then wonder why hello all smiley remarks to wind down well of course she did. your golfing buddy is your financial adviser give me a break we can play golf I mean come on..

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"mr perot" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Another one is this sincerity here about this and talk about it on the news channel I was on the couch yes share for out number we talked about this the fencer on team USA in the Pan American Games where he along with his teammates one and so they were on the podium during the national anthem three of them and he was the one guy decided to kneel his first name is race which unto itself I think is very woke and so he nailed he's just like this white brow and he put out a tweet talking about race relations in gun violence and trump and all the stuff that you'd expect I guess he did a TV segment hailing Colin Kaepernick not gonna play the club because I just don't care I'd like a minute in this segment I'm gonna tell you that this happened I do not care I guess he made some commitment that representing the country he would not Neil he would stand respectfully during the anthem as you represent America so there might be consequences for him for breaking that commitment and on some level I'm I'm sort of like yeah out there if you break the rules you break the rules but I think what this guy wants is to be punished I think he wants more attention on this you never hear about whoever this person is winning a gold medal in sensing if not for this spectacle of him kneeling and playing you know Mr Perot like woke I think you give him exactly what you want by punishing him I'm proud to.

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"mr perot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It'll drop down list of the smart Mr Perot's in your area if you don't have an advisor you can pick out which one of those you'd like to work with and asa down from that list sit down with one of them has the heart of a teacher understand very clearly what you're putting money into and then you if you do a direct transfer rollover meaning the money doesn't come to you it goes directly from the four oh one K. into the IRA then there won't be any tax implications at all and you'll have complete control of that money what it's invested in and you can in a move or change at any time all within an IRA and then of course I at seventy and a half though you'll have required minimum distributions are empty on that and that's normally anyway and you can start to draw money off of it whenever you're ready to live on draw the some of the income off I certainly wouldn't want to draw more than the income off I don't want to destroy the principal man I assume you've got some other stuff coming in as well you've done very very well congratulations Ralph well done Darryl is with us in Boston mass tried Darryl welcome to the Dave Ramsey show hi there how are you better than I deserve what's up not much jobs so I have are we just finished baby steps and we have a rental property however I owe more than my initial happen come on it the locals in the baby steps six however we were considering selling the property but there is come a tenant in there now she hasn't missed a payment but and she knows we want to sell she's been really dragging our feet and I just feel like the police is out of her budget I would be absolutely wrong to get her victim from there not necessarily affected by the he Hannah she the tenant out will right now and I we just really want to sell the place the next baby step three put money towards the college fund toward what do you mean by a tenant at will so she does not have a lease right now it's it's been expired okay then she's a month to month tenancy yes Sir okay there's nothing on ethical about giving someone a thirty day notice that's a month to month and why would why would that be unethical let your green yeah she's just having a really hard time finding another clay she has German shepherd will know what the police with hate her that is much like the dogs yeah yeah now show on you know it's a it how how long has this this this hunt for another property by her been going on send the I would say the last October okay so if you want to be gentle you can give her sixty days notice if you don't even care about being gentle you can just give for thirty days notice yeah and I and I you know you need to check mail law in your state but in most states you would do that before the first of the month for the ending of the month following this is your thirty day notice and you want to be careful to do it in writing in most places I would do it registered mail so that you've got proof of delivery and I'll go ahead and call I mean you had and relationship with him taller that that's coming and all you gotta do is have you know have proof of delivery and then then if she doesn't move then you have to go through the legal proceeding to evict her at that point yet surely that will work yeah she's not found a place because she's not been looking yes exactly and that that's a good financial moved to to sell the place well you don't want it is what you're telling me you've been working on getting rid of it for some time yes Sir I don't care if you keep a rental property long as you pay it off but there's not a problem to keep it as far as I'm concerned I love real property I just want you to get in debt free as quick as you can but if you want to get rid of the property and you've been working towards that this is what you would do so if you want to again how long has she been on the property our two years now okay nine AM and six months of that has been dragging her feet to leave yes Sir yeah I you might get over sixty days if you want okay but I would do it very formally in riding after you called her and told her the letter was on the way yes Sir and you you know check with your local laws and you know maybe check an attorney even a does real state of actions and make sure that your you know what form and what process you need two years so that your proper in your municipality and in your state and what's the core gonna do when you come in for an eviction they'll make you start this whole thing over because you did it wrong you don't wanna get and all that right yeah does what shoulders tear the crap out of the house a few days you don't do that so anyway this say the first of August is coming up and so by the first of August you get all this done and you say well by the end of September you must be gone that's very gentle that's almost a whole year yes Sir yeah that would be very gentle and if you want to be a little more hard core you could just say the end of August okay disappear either one's fine neither one of and and of course all of that is subject her continuing to pay the.

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"mr perot" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Baptist more now on Mr Perot from Jim antel editor in chief at American conservative Jim your take was an early sign that there was major discontent with the two parties in Washington and and then the way they were doing business and he ended up well one I think he showed that there was a desire for a CEO president of somebody who could run the government like a business and they had some success in corporate structures and not just dealing with federal bureaucracy and and and to I think that Perot showed up the all all lot of the issues will be collected by the two major parties that weren't weren't happy with the the major parties dealing with the deficit spending at the national debt we weren't happy with our trade policy people are happy with one policy people weren't happy with the level of immigration enforcement in in some way is in all of everything from being CEO president from the popular being portrayed for policy and immigration Perot was a four runner president trump yeah nineteen percent of the vote as an independent I think he got in nineteen ninety two right that nobody else can come close to that number since what how come it's very difficult to run for president of the independent third party candidate what typically ends up happening is that you spend all of your money trying to make the ballot and then you don't really have any money second we you and to get treated less seriously by the mainstream media hello would be able to break through both of those things that you would be able to secure a ballot access themselves in all fifty states the district of Columbia while still as a billionaire retaining the resources he needed to wage a successful campaign and when you would be able to get the type of media coverage that was really close to what the two major party candidates for getting and at one point early in the race actually reading George HW bush the sitting president Bill Clinton in the national polls if they would cover the bill Clinton's might be this also random that the Democrats were going to lose their access to federal matching funds you know obviously it didn't turn out that way but hello was treated as a candidate in a way that very few third party candidate speak with your mental he's the editor in chief at American conservative for remembering Ross Perot that he had a couple of great lines right in these debates what was in it one we're somebody remarked he was light on experience he said something to the effect of your right I have no experience running up four trillion dollars in government to hers something like that exactly I know it I have no experience running up a four trillion dollar debt and you know that obviously a very small figure compared to what the national debt is now but you it showed a lot of control what people thought government spending and government borrowing was getting out of hand hello really folksy way of bringing with at home of course you also is this the famous infomercials with his chart and you know it's hard to see a populist today getting really deep into the weeds grow quite yet in the way that corroded he also I guess was an example that's still true today you got to be rich right to be able to to get some sort of momentum in a presidential race I I certainly think if you're gonna do it outside the two party duopoly that you really do have to resources you have to be rich I don't think it's an accident that Howard Schultz is but man you know the former Starbucks CEO is the main guy looking at an independent run this time around people talked about Michael Bloomberg but you certainly hello money is own pocket to to really have an impact and to get the kind of attention that bush and Clinton were getting and also get the battleaxe either is innovation all that was in addition to having a lot of money of his own he also was famous enough to get a lot of free media coverage Jim Jim insult editor in chief at American conservative fourteen minutes now after the hour.

Mr Perot Jim antel editor in chief Jim your four trillion dollars four trillion dollar fourteen minutes nineteen percent
"mr perot" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Baptist more now on Mr Perot from Jim antel editor in chief at American conservative Jim your take was an early sign that there was major discontent with the two parties in Washington and and and the way they were doing business and he ended up well one I think he showed that there was a desire for a CEO president of somebody who could run the government like a business and it had some success in corporate structures and not just dealing with federal bureaucracy and and and to I think that Perot showed up the all lot of the issues were being collected by the two major parties that weren't weren't happy with the the major parties dealing with the deficit spending and the national debt people weren't happy with our trade policies people are happy with one policy people weren't happy with the level of immigration enforcement in in some way is in all of those areas everything from being CEO president from the popular being portrayed for policy and immigration Perot was a four runner up to president trump yeah nineteen percent of the vote as an independent I think he got in nineteen ninety two right that nobody else can come close to that number since what how come it's very difficult to run for president of the independent or third party candidate what typically ends up happening is that you spend all of your money trying to make the ballot and then you don't really have any money for a campaign secondly you can to get treated less seriously by the mainstream media but Perot was able to break through both of those things that you would be able to secure a ballot access for himself in all fifty states the district of Columbia but what will the billionaire retaining the resources you need the waitress successful campaign and he was able to get the type of media coverage that was really close to what the two major party candidates for getting it at one point early in the race actually leading George HW bush has been president Bill Clinton in the national polls it would appear that Bill Clinton might be there's also random but the Democrats were going to lose their access to federal matching funds you know obviously it didn't turn out that way but hello was treated as a serious candidate in a way that very few third party candidate speak with your mental he's the editor in chief at American conservative for remembering Ross Perot that he had a couple of great lines right in these debates what was it one we're somebody remarked he was light on experience he said something to the effect of your right I have no experience running up four trillion dollars in government to hers something like that exactly I it's running up a four trillion dollar debt and you know that's obviously a very small figure compared to what the national debt is now but you it showed a lot of control people thought government spending and government borrowing was getting out of hand hello really folksy way of bringing with that home equity also it is the the famous infomercials with his chart and you know it's hard to see a populist today getting really get deep into the weed control budget now in the way the corroded he also I guess was an example that's still true today you got to be rich right to be able to to get some sort of momentum in a presidential race I I certainly think if you're gonna do it outside the two party duopoly that you really do have to resources you have to be rich I don't think it's an accident that Howard Schultz is the main Starbucks CEO is the main guy looking at an independent run this time around people talked about Michael Bloomberg but you certainly hello the money is own pocket to to really have an impact and to get the kind of attention that bush and Clinton were getting and also get back to you his innovation all that was in addition to having a lot of money of his own he also was famous enough to get a lot of free media coverage thanks Jim Jim insult editor in chief at American conservative fourteen minutes now after the hour.

Mr Perot Jim antel editor in chief Jim your four trillion dollars four trillion dollar fourteen minutes nineteen percent
"mr perot" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"More now on Mr Perot from Jim antel editor in chief at American conservative Jim your take was an early sign that there was major discontent with the two parties in Washington and and and the way they were doing business and he ended up well one I think he showed that there was a desire for a CEO president of somebody who could run the government like a business and they had some success in corporate structures and not just dealing with federal bureaucracy and and and to I think that Perot showed up the all all lot of the issues will be collected by the two major parties they weren't happy with the major parties to dealing with the deficit spending at the national debt we weren't happy with our trade policy people are happy with one policy people weren't happy with the level of immigration enforcement in in some way is in all of the everything from being CEO president from the popular being portrayed for policy and immigration Perot was a four runner president trump yeah nineteen percent of the vote as an independent I think he got in nineteen ninety two right that nobody else can come close to that number since what how come it's very difficult to run for president of the independent third party candidate what typically ends up happening is that you spend all of your money trying to make the ballot and then you don't really have any money second we you can to get treated less seriously by the mainstream media hello would be able to break through both of those things he was able to secure a ballot access from the district of Columbia but what will the billionaire retaining the resources he needed to wage a successful campaign and he was able to get the type of media coverage that was really close to what the two major party candidates for getting it at one point early in the race actually reading George HW bush a sitting president Bill Clinton in the national polls it would appear that Bill Clinton might be there's also random but the Democrats were going to lose their access that federal matching funds you know obviously it didn't turn out that way hello was treated as a candidate in a way that very few arty candidate for our super speak with your mental he's the editor in chief at American conservative for remembering Ross Perot that he had a couple of great lines right in these debates what was it one we're somebody remarked he was light on experience he said something to the effect of your right I have no experience running up four trillion dollars in government to hers something like that exactly I experience for a four trillion dollar debt and you know that obviously a very small figure compared to what the national debt is now but ET it showed how out of control government spending and government borrowing was getting out of hand hello really folksy way of bringing with at home of course you also the famous infomercials with his chart and you know it's hard to see a populist today getting really get deep into the weeds in the way that hello there he also I guess was an example that's still true today you got to be rich right to be able to to get some sort of momentum in a presidential race I I certainly think if you're gonna do it outside the two party duopoly that you really do have to resources you have to be rich I don't think it's an accident that Howard Schultz is but man you know the former of Starbucks CEO is the main guy we're looking at an independent run this time around people talked about Michael Bloomberg but you certainly hello money his own pocket to to really have an impact and the different kind of attention that bush and Clinton were getting and also get the battle axe is innovation all that was in addition to having a lot of money of his own he also was famous enough to get a lot of free media coverage thanks Jim Jim insult editor in chief at American conservative fourteen minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news.

Mr Perot Jim antel editor in chief Jim your four trillion dollars four trillion dollar fourteen minutes nineteen percent
"mr perot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Baptist more now on Mr Perot from Jim antel editor in chief at American conservative Jim your take was an early sign that there was major discontent with the two parties in Washington and and and the way they were doing and he ended up well one I think he showed that there was a desire for a CEO somebody who could run the government like a business and they had some success in corporate structures and not just dealing with federal bureaucracy and and and to I think that Perot showed up the all lot of the issues will be collected by the two major parties that weren't weren't happy with the the major parties dealing with the deficit spending at the national debt people weren't happy with our trade policy people are happy with one policy people weren't happy with the level of immigration enforcement in in some way is in order everything from being CEO president from the popular being portrayed foreign policy immigration Perot was a four runner president trump yeah nineteen percent of the vote as an independent I think he got in nineteen ninety two right the nobody out and come close to that number since what how come it's very difficult to run for president of the independent or third party candidate what typically ends up happening is that you spend all of your money trying to make the ballot and then you don't really have any money second we you and to get treated less seriously by the mainstream media hello was able to break through both of those things that you would be able to secure a ballot access themselves in all fifty states the district of Columbia while still as a billionaire retaining the resources he needed to wage a successful campaign and telling you would be able to get the type of media coverage that was really close to what the two major party candidates for getting it at one point early in the race actually reading George HW bush the sitting president Bill Clinton in the national polls it would appear that Bill Clinton might be there's also random but the Democrats were going to lose their access that federal matching funds you know obviously it didn't turn out that way but hello was treated as a candidate in a way that very few third party candidate for our super speak with your mental he's the editor in chief at American conservative for remembering Ross Perot that he had a couple of great lines right in these debates what was in it one we're somebody remarked he was light on experience he said something to the effect of your right I have no experience running up four trillion dollars in government to hers something like that exactly I have no experience running up a four trillion dollar debt and you know that's obviously a very small figure compared to what the national debt is now but you it showed a lot of control government spending and government borrowing was getting out of hand hello really folksy way of bringing with at home of course you also it is the the famous infomercials with his chart and you know it's hard to see a populist today getting really deep into the weeds several plug it back out in the way that hello there he also I guess was an example that's still true today you got to be rich right to be able to to get some sort of momentum in a presidential race I I certainly think if you're gonna do it outside the two party duopoly that you really do have to resources you have to be rich I don't think it's an accident that Howard Schultz is but man you know the former Starbucks CEO is the main guy looking at an independent run this time around people talked about Michael Bloomberg but you should believe Perot at money his own pocket to to really have an impact and to get the kind of attention that bush and Clinton were getting and also get the ballot box is innovation all that was in addition to having a lot of money of his own he also was famous enough to get a lot of free media coverage thanks Jim Jim insult editor in chief at American conservative fourteen minutes now after the hour.

Mr Perot Jim antel editor in chief Jim your four trillion dollars four trillion dollar fourteen minutes nineteen percent
"mr perot" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"mr perot" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"More now on Mr Perot from Jim antel editor in chief at American conservative Jim your take was an early sign that there was major discontent with the two parties in Washington and and and the way they were doing and he ended up well one I think he showed that there was a desire for a CEO somebody who could run the government like a business and they had some success in corporate structures and not just dealing with federal bureaucracy and and and to I think that hello showed that the all lot of the issues will be collected by the two major parties that weren't weren't happy with the major parties dealing with the deficit spending and the national debt people weren't happy with our trade policy people are happy with one policy people weren't happy with the level of immigration enforcement in in some way is in order everything from being CEO president from the popular being portrayed for policy and immigration Perot was a four runner nineteen percent of the vote as an independent I think he got in nineteen ninety two right that nobody else can come close to that number since what how come it's very difficult to run for president of the independent third party candidate what typically ends up happening is that you spend all of your money trying to make the ballot and then you don't really have any money second we and they get treated less seriously by the mainstream media hello would be able to break through both of those things he was able to secure a ballot access he states the district of Columbia while still as a billionaire retaining the resources he needed to wage a campaign and when he was able to get the type of media coverage that was a really close to what the two major party candidates for getting it at one point early in the race actually leading George HW bush the sitting president Bill Clinton in the national polls it would appear that Bill Clinton might be there's also random but the Democrats were going to lose their access to federal matching funds you know obviously it didn't turn out that way but hello was treated as a serious candidate in a way that very few third party candidate speak with your mental he's the editor in chief at American conservative for remembering Ross Perot that he had a couple of great lines right in these debates what was it one we're somebody remarked he was light on experience he said something to the effect of your right I have no experience running up four trillion dollars in government to hers something like that exactly I experience for a four trillion dollar debt and you know that's obviously a very small figure compared to what the national debt is now but the easy it showed a lot of control people government spending and government borrowing was getting out of hand hello really folksy way of bringing with at home of course you also the famous infomercials with his chart and you know it's hard to see a populist today getting really get deep into the weeds several plug it now in the way that hello there he also I guess was an example that's still true today you got to be rich right to be able to to get some sort of momentum in a presidential race I I certainly think if you're gonna do it outside the two party duopoly that you really do have to have resources you have to be rich I don't think it's an accident that Howard Schultz is but man former Starbucks CEO is the main guy looking at an independent run this time around people talked about Michael Bloomberg but you should believe Perot at money his own pocket to to really have an impact and to get the kind of attention that bush and Clinton were getting and also get the battleaxe is innovation all that was in addition to having a lot of money of his own he also was famous enough to get a lot of free media coverage Jim Jim insult editor in chief at American conservative fourteen minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news.

Mr Perot Jim antel editor in chief Jim your four trillion dollars four trillion dollar fourteen minutes nineteen percent