17 Burst results for "Perry Bacon"

"perry bacon" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

05:11 min | 5 months ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"When he went to Miami, whereas black vans really didn't care as much about that, so that is an interesting dynamic. See that the reporting can follow those sorts of. Where you're playing to a certain type of audience with a certain type of feel experts, particularly white reporters who are more management focused, you can have these more reactionary reporters in some respects who are really. Just taking management sized thing if there's some kind of a labor dispute or something like that so I I that that is definitely a dynamic. That exists in MBA reported. Say all this is changing. I mean so I. do a lot of i. do a lot of writing about public opinion and opinion about racial attitudes and things like that so i. do think that it's we're seeing the. The culture is changing racial issues and has been for a long time, and I. Do think like twenty years ago like he was considered like a lot of people thought when a player the those NBA player there so ungrateful. They're so entitled the Word Thug User described in the times and I think the culture is changing where I think twenty years ago thirty years ago, Lebron James described. Described as kind of a malcontent, he's changed teams three times, and now I think a lot of people white black. Whatever the race is really young people view Lebron James's kind of a person who set his own path for his own career. He's like a Burmese as a reporter. I think of him as a political figure as well where on some level. He's figured out how to have more. More power and control on these teams in the coaches, the management at times, even owner, he's a very unique person that and I think that's because he's very strategic, a first of all most important, but I also be that the culture around sports coverage changed where people now acknowledged that. Hey, maybe Lebron was rightly team. Maybe they're coaching. Staff wasn't an eight which maybe just think about what? What he's actually saying, I, to me, it's like and I read a story I'm trying to member who wrote it as a sportswriter Lebron James Genius in basketball, the same way like Malcolm, Gladwin, writing, or maybe a Barack Obama is in politics Lebron, James. You listen to him. Talk about basketball sees things. Other people don't see before the. He is a genius in his own sport and I think. Think. It's being recognized. He actually has very high intelligence in that sphere. That's a great point to to make and last thing. I want to talk about in this before we transition to talking a little bit about minority hiring is if you see a story that says a source close to player acts you know. says that X is going to happen or the player. Player thinks this. What do you think when you see a story? Laptop I almost always assume it's the player's agent. And therefore I assume or reminding me the player himself or his manager, so I assume those stories are true, so stirring, says sources close to abroad. I assume that means because there, the reporters, therefore taking on so none of accountability, because if you read a story saying source. Source Slow, so the bride everywhere in the world is GonNa read that in Lebron. What he said and people know who the sources close of Ron I think. One of them's on a television show at this point, so it's not hard to know who those people are, and so at those people deny the story on the record. That makes you look bad, so if you're GONNA use versus. League. Sources say Lebron the EX. Well that could be that covers like a thousand people are more than that. Probably I would assume so. That doesn't tell you anything, but sources close to. If sources close to Steve Kerr say he's going to stop being the coach of the warriors, I tend to assume they talked to Steve Kerr Steve. Kerr's agency Occurs Wife Steve You know maybe Mike Brown. You know somebody knows the information, so that's pretty reputable, so I tend to assume those things are true do. Do enough stories, and you say sources close to say Wi will happen, and you're wrong. People stop trusting you pretty quickly. Yeah, and I guess it's the ones that are the most interesting to me is when it's sources. Close to this person, said something then that person actually denies it. That'll happen every once in a while, and and I mean I wonder and you know. Jerry I can't think of any instances where that was said, and then it just turned out to not be true or I guess the other thing you can talk about too his just in any kind of a claim with anonymous sources. How verifiable is the claim? That's being made if it's Oh. This person doesn't like this person while okay, you can never really actually verify that. It's not making a prediction about something that's going to happen. It's not something that did happen. or another one that I love is Okay? The the this team is. Is Planning to do this or this is a major consideration in their plans or team has discussed doing X. Y. and Z. and so those stories like. If it's okay, they are going to do this all right. That's a lot different now. If it doesn't happen, you're on there. You know you can go down on that slippery slope to having more and more plausible deniability about Oh. Yeah! They just talked about that doesn't mean. that. It was actually going to happen. It's like well, okay, then. Why did you even give us the story I? Guess you're right the incentive. Okay, so let's say is I guess Chris Chris Paul and James Harden's only the some tension at the end, so I, guess the incentive for both those people..

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"perry bacon" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"This is one thing to note is that in general, we find is that a lot of people don't actually wash the debate itself, even though they tell us they do later, they, you know, people everybody votes until you look at the number of people. Right. Your undergrad rice you find as the biggest thing is like what happens in the viral moments, like a lot of people. Don't watch the debate and what gets covered the next day ends up having his big of an impact as actually what is interesting. What the news covers in the worst. I guess is tomorrow will be deal build a Blasi L yells, and people will look it out there. For example. You know, Castro took on beta gentle be a moment. Right. Halsey Gabar talking about how we should get all troops out of ghanistan debt might be a moment. So I think keeping is, I think, the, the world is now kind of a viral moment world, which is, which is bad, because when it comes to like this, you want the nuance context. Now, it seems like things are going to be distilled into moments so through that lens, which moments do think stood out where you go that person to the great job of branding that because I was watching it in for the most part as much as Castro was emphatic. I found that the branding was lacking, if you if you're not familiar with policy, if you don't know what the numbers are. It didn't connect with you which people do think had the curious moments of branding, where you go. That's stuck in someone's head to clears. I thought were one Bill de Blasios said private insurance doesn't work it has all these problems. That was very clear. John Delaney, a few different times said, all my arrivals have dumb plan. That'll never happen, very bloated up that thinks that will come through. And I think tolsey Gabbard she mentioned that she served in Iraq, and I think the fact that she was on about saying, we should have no troops have ghanistan should be dying there. Those are the three com. I think Warren over and over again said, I'm a populist, the big companies are doing too much to hurt the little guy, I think her message broke through, I let say who didn't break through to me, Booker, and beta were people thought when this race started could win, and I still think they're not doing on the polls and as far as I watched when I don't think about this, the bay neither one of them said, anything or made a moment that I help them that much. And I think they need to start having those moments to get into that top five. Well this night, one, thank you so much for joining us. It was more exciting than most people anticipated appreciate having you extra five.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"According, according to Perry bacon, who is a who's a poll analyst for five thirty eight which is Nate silver's. F it just how seriously should we take the hypothetical general election polls more than year out, and before the democratic nominee has been selected not seriously period in the run-up to the twenty sixteen presidential election. This question came up fivethirtyeight, analyze general election polls from nineteen forty four to two thousand twelve that tested the eventual nominees and conducted in the last two months of the year before the election on average, these polls missed the final result by eleven percentage points, the last presidential election cycle featured one of the most accurate sets of early polls for this point in the cycle Hillary Clinton lead. Donald Trump forty six point two percents to forty one point two percents in an average all the polls conducted November and December twenty fifteen missing the eventual national popular vote margin by about three points. The actual result was Clinton, forty eight Trump forty six. But that's more the exception than the rule. And these polls are conducted at least five months later in the cycle, then where we are. Now, if you jump back to roughly this point in the two thousand sixteen cycle and Clinton was a head of all eight of hypothetical GOP opponents in a may twenty fifteen Quinnipiac poll with a whopping fifty to thirty two advantage over Trump just a lot that can change at this point. But maybe they, they say a couple of things going thirty eight I the Republican party under Trump has had a ceiling so far and it south fifty percent. The president won forty six percents of the vote in two thousand sixteen House, Republicans one forty five percents of the national house vote in twenty eighteen Trump's approval rating has been between thirty seven and forty three percents his entire presidency. He says, I doubt Trump get just forty two percents of the national vote at the same time it's hard to see Trump getting the majority of the electric, but that doesn't mean you can't win. Trum may need like in twenty sixteen to over perform in the electoral college, relative to the popular vote. Secondly, the POS more evidence, Trump should probably spend less time, courting political base more time appealing to voters outside of it. He's getting ninety percents Republican votes in head to head matchups against Democrats, but that's impli isn't enough to swing the middle over. Self identified independence and voters who don't love him or hate him. He's got a problem with in a twenty eight ten midterms independence, broke heavily for Democrats in the US house, elections by twelve points as did voters who somewhat disapprove to the president's twenty nine points, according to exit polls. So what does that actually mean? Well, it means you shouldn't take too seriously. The polls that show Biden or Bernie way out in front. But Trump right now is in odds on favorite to Plumbly. Like if you had to ballpark, this thing, put president from three election efforts at somewhere between forty and fifty percent, which is not zero presents the way that the New York Times had it going into election, twenty twelve, but it isn't strong for a president who has a strong economy and a pretty solid record already. Coming up. Let's talk about the democratic priorities. Apparently, those priorities are to be as radical as humanly possible on the issue of abortion. Here's the thing, if President Trump campaigns on issues and stops with the personally.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Your party charge charge fees in we're actually of you could read if they could be legally they can't yep abc's tackling diet yeah out what i was gonna say is you know if you're vote wasn't important they wouldn't be trying to suppress it variety no you've holes you vote matters here's uh some other news vastly at the local level exactly may i his other news i found town of um positive in away in a way um so white democrats have gotten away more liberal on identity issues innovation period of time uh which would have you've won i kind of hope because bernie sanders and his ilk assuage any thing that isn't mainstream white econ economics as a identity politics and he's seen by a lotta people to be the voice of the democratic party even though he's not a part of democratic party right uh in the party he's not a democrat right so what i find interesting though is white democrats trained away from that uh and i think a lot of it is because of the pressure put on them bob black people that are democrats and liberals who ally yet were not with the shit should not gonna leave us behind based off of uh just trying to go back to get trump courtney's trump voters who were never coming back uh fivethirtyeight dot com wrote this this piece uh why democrats have gone way more liberal identity issues by perry bacon jr uh.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on The Good Fight

"Those numbers are not going to look good we've seen the wide women when there seems to be a segment of clash between ethnic identity in the gender identity at least in 2016 ended up going with the ethnic identity voted for trump province clinton so how do you propose batoma crowds are going to win if we don't believe in the ability of moving people beyond the ethnic selfinterest intellectuals i mean what i mean were chosen to whites voted for hillary thirty forty percent something like this was obviously the country's not voting on pure ethnic terms already right right so i think thirty 25 percent of latinos voted for trump i mean it's a it's not clear to me the wherever it that's i might think is more simple of the democrats maybe just have a need of a better candidate ex diamond not run in the eighth year of a of a presidency and they might win like i agree with that is the election was held at every joe biden dr jill biden would win so i might end as a huge difference by the way i think in the kind of canada but could you in it doesn't go online and and 2021 admitted what i'm doing 2016 people did not want to boring canada right because have had eight years being ruled pretty well this and they're still happy for kinds of reasons riot some of them understandable the economic wellbeing hadn't improved that much and so on right and so they wanted some up the system i think after four years of trump does he will under the sosas zinc like sailed is one to joe biden boring and nyse and pleasant instead of yet i think year questioned the inside voice okay so i guess what i might be saying years.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on The Good Fight

"In which people rally around something other than those things and that's because not because you know what we're not going to win over wiesner cabot democrats winning it's because if you want to wear cruelly get rid of some of these injustices you need to be able to win elections i'm donald trump being in the white house is very very very bad for anybody who wants to remedy injustices so you have to think about what is right outside voice even if you want to be really careful not to laugh at outside voice bleed into inside voice to such a degree the will use l intellectual honesty and thinking about he said we had a conversation like this numeric a few scott so let me ask you a question for us what is this this sort of non identity post identity campaign you're describing who is ran one of these before broccoli dumber i mean maybe he had a good inside voice to reach african americans you think he ran a nonracial is this the other thing i think there's a lot of character and myspace red so as i'm saying i think defending people against discrimination and injustice is an essential part of any sensible paul in and that must include obviously acknowledging that the reason why the being discriminated against is that right is not just like oh you know i really feel bad for those if they can county who is just so happened to get a bad deal in terms of you know how long the lions i in front of the voting booth right i mean it's obvious bets by design because of as a lot of africanamericans van the tend to vote for democrats in in high numbers and forty percent of the reasons republicans they're trying to make it as difficult for them to that is possible right so obviously in talking about the things you acknowledge that there is a deep history of racial injustice united states him at his still shape sphinxlike how long you're going to have to wait in line to vote on election day in the united states today right but there's a difference i thing.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on The Good Fight

"People's views about was its and the way in which on the one hand in obviously minorities under attack in many ways this continuing deep injustices that existed even before trump came to office obviously nava trump is in office things are much worse threat and it's clear that a any form off much progress apart is actually but i would say a positive it takes the principle of labour democracy seriously needs to come to the defence of an artist but under attack on the other hand we've seen sort of the effectiveness with which rachel priming does actually make fema racist private when you tell them you know what the country's about majorityminority you know what they actually become originally central so actually in some ways for maybe reason to think that the more we talk about some of those things the more people i actually primed to the the ethnic self interest that quote unquote rather than building apart is coming out is how do we navigate vis space this is a difficult subject in part because like i think tunnels go says as well as like what be anti trump earlier antiriot authoritarian or what the anti or the democrats or what have you with those people should do to win the election is different than what is an accurate description of the country in other words using the phrase white supremacists to describe things at times like we have all these monuments of the confederacy if i were running for governor in virginia for example like where there's a full of confederate monuments confederate monuments are surely a monument to white supremacy in a certain way if i was the democratic candidate for governor renewed i talk about that a lot i don't think so i think i should have like about jobs in the economy and so on so did a large mass movement called black lives matter help hillary clinton win the election i doubt it i don't have a good debate over there but i guessing they did not help her win the election is sort of did i was a huge racial priming if it were they making some accurate claims about race in america absolutely and so the question becomes like.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on The Good Fight

"I'm sure it under estimates the degree to which people uncomfortable this uncertainty i remember that 2012 left some forty percent of people said immigration was one of the most important issues and missile action it was more like seventy percent raise so the city some discomfort and certainly a lot of people who feel the kansas chaining too fast i'm not sure but certainly undocumented immigrants and so on the having lived both in europe and here's look i just think that there is a natural way in which americans at least in parts of a country and and set milieus think of somebody is american even of asian even let the american even if a black that just would never be the case in germany even among elites i'm in germany go to elites they might have positive use even of people of different skin colours or whatever that they would never really think of them as german the i think we are debating this omission with trump if you're in american if people years american if you speak spanish primarily or if you're muscle those are two things that i yanked trump has played into some is of those things people are not as look comfortable with you know this is a country speaks i think trump remember demember within the camp he was a great was very interesting moma where i think jeb bush spoke spanish somewhere trump was like we speak english heroin away it was like very joe was sort of jarred by it can be obviously jeb bush speaks english just finds that was very was very jarring moment reminded me of trump is doing something is different right now i'm actually surprised in certain ways i mean and one difference between trump but hasn't been discussed quite enough i think is that when when you think of the traditional republican races dogwhistle strategy that's been well implemented for a number of decades.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on The Good Fight

"No one thing that i'm was are trying to think fruit is you know when you look at kohl's amounts avoid about immigration they have critical views of certain positive immigration but actually on behold the have a pretty positive view of immigration have a pretty positive view even of ethnic diversity suddenly when he compared to europe so as one really interesting question but i think pew global asked which was about you know do you think modi thus the most of us more diversity is a good or bad thing for your country you know in germany italy sweden everywhere you know small percentage of people say it's a good feng states a majority did so americans are not white nationalist agassi amounts who announced the most of them on and yet that is the bays that trump keeps playing tune keeps rallying so is that a mistake and was he elected in spite off having such a radical view on those issues all did that actually help him get elected in my view if you look at the people who voted in the republican primary that was an audience that was prime for one person to run as an anti immigration canada and win and so then at that point do i think a large native americans have these views no but i think some large as the republican primary electorate does you know i don't think donald trump is won the general election because of his immigration status i think he wanted because he was in some ways as he was a republican who was not hillary clinton and that can occur he said he won the primaries because it was in isolated island use his iran ones you of a republican candidate in 2016 after eight years of a democrat in rahman white house and a very unpopular democratic candidate you had a shot at the white house even fo the things you had to do in the primaries to win extra turning people that's what i would argue in my view italy's and maybe this and we can this discussion about this is john casic or marco rubio maybe the of one is your election by more and more comfortably and i think the can of innovation of trump is trump's use being somewhat racist i would make was a was a problem not a you know not i don't mean to say that.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on WBEN

WBEN

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on WBEN

"The information flow as the change this probably through killer going to stop oxen inference from being aired because i think a lot of information is coming from take away his his his heavily regulated talking to take it was on the frenzy call them in the idea that information is being handed him this wrong is probably not right he's sitting out information that confirms when his views rdr did you were you able to pick out the meat of that okay okay i'll tell you that's why i'm here that's why i mean this does require translation and it it takes a veteran of the liberal wars like me to be able to translate this is this is the quintessential example my value in worth this guy perry bacon the tone of one the most thing is right the agenda apparently now yeah we wouldn't be talking about white house yang limbaugh's ride right yeah begrudgingly he's right and then the other guy but then the wild wild how can they do that because he won't stop watching fox and friends are they going to turn off the tv they're basically saying mr snerdley that trump is too crazy into distracted the pushes agenda through because he is watching fox and friends now now wait these people are not trying to be fun it remember these are people that don't have a sense of humor they're not trying to be funny these people literally believe that donald trump watches fox and friends front to back and makes policy on the basis of what he sees makes statements and tweets on the basis of what he sees how do we know that you've heard that have you're not how view heard that who told you this the white house put this out did they not been how to reporters know what trump's watching unless somebody in the white house tells them so they've got the point is if the white house let's say it's somebody in the trump white house may not be happy leak use guy or maybe it somebody trying to miss direct the media and distract them get them looking elsewhere can i suggested since it's really funny watches fox and friends every morning takes no to the.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Going to it was going to reach a significant portion of population and of course the establishment was going to miss it they should hammerschmidt uh both parties the hoyer polar the the sophisticated cosmopolitans as described by friday to kenny for regional carrier i mean he's wanna call these people and himself cosmopolitans and they just beside themselves there such a disconnect that that but that comment that trump made about about what grabbing cater to help you if is that if you don't know what that should remind you there's still not over that folks there they that was the kill shot that was gonna take trump out and not only did at night trump he won it's just it is it's it's a nightmare for the so they still haven't decided if trump that's a nice thought trump learning legislate that's what they're laughing about so it's time for the esteemed sophisticat ssim cosmopolitans on leave panel to react to my sound bite there essentially trump you get past all this might just ramming that agenda for getting it pass the net there's nothing they can do if he could make that happen and i believe he can by the way i wouldn't have said this i believe he can that's what the art of the deal is all about i happen to think that's what many trump supporters are waiting to see i believe he can do it and if he did get tax cuts if they rams of these are on major tax cuts and go back to obamacare if that happens then you're gonna see panic like you haven't seen it before on the left so here come the sophisticates in a cosmopolitans led off by perry bacon who are as isis and fivethirtyeight and then korean demerge in uh from me washington post that's how what said is right it the healthcare bill had passed by now or the tax reform i.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on WBEN

WBEN

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on WBEN

"Going to reach a significant portion of population and of course the establishment was going to miss it they should hammerschmidt uh both parties hoyer polar the the sophisticated cosmopolitans as described by fried yukimi for regional carrier i mean he's wanted call these people and himself cosmopolitans and they just beside them so there such a disconnect that that but that comment that trump made about about what grabbing caters that help you if his that if you don't know what i should remind you there's still not over bad folks there they that was the kill shot that was gonna take trump out and not only did it not rubber he one it just it is it's it's a nightmare for them so they still haven't decided trump cuts a nice thought trump learning legislate gift that's what they're laughing about so it's time for the esteemed sophisticat soon cosmopolitans on leave handled to react to my sound bite there essentially trump get past all this by just ramming that agenda through getting it past there's nothing they can do if he could make that happen and i believe he can by the way i wouldn't have said this i believe he can that's what the art of the deal is all about i happen to think that's what many trump supporters are waving to see i believe he can do it and if he did they get tax cuts if they rams of the here on major tax cuts and go back to obamacare if that happens then you're gonna see panic like you haven't seen it before on the left so here come the sophisticates in a cosmopolitans led off by perry bacon who are as isis and fivethirtyeight and then career in demerging from me washington post that's hollywood he said is right to healthcare bill had passed by now or the tax reform it pass we would not be teknor white house invite he's right you get her agenda pass there's did this idea that.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on WTVN

"If you don't know what of that that should remind you there's still not over that folks there they that was the kill shot that was gonna take trump out and not only did it not trump he won it's just it is it's it's a nightmare for them so they still haven't decided trump hudson a thought trump learning legislate really that's what they're laughing about so it's time for the esteemed sophisticat some cosmopolitans on leap panel to react to my sound bite there essentially trump you get past all this by just ramming that agenda you're getting it pass there's nothing they can do if he could make that happen and i believe he can by the way i wouldn't said this i believe he can that is what the art of the deal is all about i happen to think that's what many trump supporters are waving to see i believe he can do it and if he did get tax cuts if they rams of these you're on major tax cuts and the go back to obamacare if that happens then you're gonna see panic like you haven't seen it before on the left so here come the sophisticates in a cosmopolitans led off by perry bacon who are as isis fivethirtyeight and then korean demerge in uh from me washington post that's how we sent his right to healthcare bill had passed by now or the tax reform it pass we would not be talking white house invite he's right at you get your engine the path there's this idea that the information flow as to change this probably is true minutes kelly going to stop watson friends from being aired because i think a lot of information is coming from take away his his head it has a game leithy vaughan having to take it was in the frenzy call them in the ideally information as being handed him this wrong is probably not right he's sitting out information that confirms when his views rdr did you were you able to pick out the meat of that okay okay i'll tell you that's why i'm here that's why i mean this does require translation and it it takes a veteran of the liberal wars like me to be able to translate this is this is a quintessential example of my value in work this guy perry bacon the tone of what the busing is right here.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on WJR 760

"Going to reach a significant portion of population and of course the establishment was going to miss it they should with uh both parties the hoyer polar the the sophisticated cosmopolitans as described by friday to kmi for regional carrier i mean he's won call these people at himself cosmopolitans and they just beside them so there such a disconnect that that but that comment that trump made about about what grabbing is that help you if is that if you don't know what of that that should remind you there's still not over that folks there they that was the kill shot that was gonna take trump out and not only that at night rubber he won it's just it is it's it's a nightmare for them so they still haven't decided trump cuts a nice thought trump learning legislate that's what they're laughing about so it's time for the esteemed sophisticates and cosmopolitans on leap handled to react to my sound bite there essentially trump you get past all this might just ramming that agenda through getting it pass a net there's nothing they can do if he can make that happen and i believe he can by the way i wouldn't have said this i believe he can that's what the art of the deal is all about i happen to think that's what many trump supporters are waiting to see i believe he can do it and if he did get tax cuts if they rams of the here on major tax cuts and the go back to obamacare if that happens then you're gonna see panic like you haven't seen it before on the left so here come the sophisticates in the cosmopolitans led off by perry bacon who are as isis fivethirtyeight and then korean demerge in uh from the washington post that's.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Going to it was going to reach a significant portion of population and of course the establishment was going to miss it these families with uh both parties the hoyer polar the the sophisticated cosmopolitans as described by friday to kinney for regional carrier i mean he's won a call these people and himself cosmopolitans and they just beside them so there such a disconnect that that but that comment that trump made about about what grabbing cater to help you if is that if you don't know what i should remind you there's still not over that folks there they that was the kill shot that was gonna take trump out and not only that at night trump he won it's just is it's it's a nightmare for them so they still haven't decided trump that's a nice thought trump learning legislate really that's what they're laughing about so it's time for the esteemed sophisticates and cosmopolitans on leave handled to react to my sound bite there essentially trump get past all this by just ramming that agenda through getting it pass the net there's nothing they can do if he can make that happen and i believe he can by the way i wouldn't said this i believe he can that's what the art of the deal is all about i happen to think that's what many trump supporters are waving to see i believe he can do it and if he did get tax cuts if they rams of these are on major tax cuts and go back to obamacare if that happens then you're gonna see panic like you haven't seen it before on the left so here comes the sophisticates in the cosmopolitans led off by perry bacon who are as isis and fivethirtyeight and then korean diversion uh from me washington post that's how what he says right in the healthcare bill had passed by now or the tax reform a pass we would not be talking about white house invite he's right and you have in the past there said this idea that the.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Was just add lived even if it hadn't been unionist wrote that and it was off the cuff believe me that was tested and it had been verify the testing will verified that was going to it was going to reach a significant portion of population and of course the establishment was going to miss it this damaged with uh both parties the hoyer polar the the sophisticated cosmo provinces as described by uh fried yukimi for regional carrier i mean he's wanna call these people and himself cosmopolitans and they just beside them so there such a disconnect that that but that comment the trump made about about what grabbing caters that help you if his if you don't know what that that should remind you there's still not over that folks there they that was the kill shot that was gonna take trump out and not only did at night trump he won it's this it is it's it's a nightmare for them so they still haven't decided trump cuts a nice full trump learning legislate really that's what they're laughing about so it's time for the esteemed sophisticates and cosmopolitans on leave handled to react to my sound bite there essentially trump get past all this by just ramming met agenda through getting it passed the there's nothing they can do if he could make that happen and i believe he can by the way i wouldn't said this i believe he can that's what the art of the deal is all about i happen to think that's what many trump supporters are waving to see i believe he can do it and if he did they get tax cuts if they rams up as you're on major tax cuts and a go back to obamacare if that happens then you're gonna see panic like you haven't seen it before on the left so here come the sophisticates in a cosmopolitans led off by perry bacon who are as isis fivethirtyeight and then career in diversion uh from me washington post that's how we says right to healthcare bill had passed by now or the tax reform it pass we would not be talking about white house invite he's right and you get your engine the pass deficit this idea that the.

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"perry bacon" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"perry bacon" Discussed on WLAC

"At lived that stuff and here's where he came down the escalators june 15th you think that was just add lived it even if it hasn't been that uganda's wrote that and it was off the cuff believe me that was tested and it had been verify the testing verified that that was going to it was going to reach a significant portion of population and of course the establishment was going to miss it this anguish uh both parties the hoyer polar the the sophisticated cosmopolitans as described by uh fried yukimi for regional carrier i mean he's wanna call these people and himself cosmopolitans and they just beside them so there such a disconnect that that but that comment that trump made about about what grabbing k deserve help you if you if you don't know what of that that should remind you there's still not over that folks the they that was the kill shot that was gonna take trump out and not only did at night trump he won it's just it is it's it's a nightmare for the so they still haven't decided trump hudson ice thought trump learning legislature that's what they're laughing about so it's time for the esteemed sophisticat some cosmopolitans laundly panel to react to my sound bite there essentially trump you get past all this by just ramming that agenda if you're getting it pass the net there's nothing they can do if he could make that happen and i believe he can by the way i wouldn't said this i believe he can that's what the art of the deal is all about i happen to think that's what many trump supporters are waving to see i believe he can do it and if he did get tax cuts if they rams of the here on major tax cuts and a go back to obamacare if that happens then you're gonna see panic like you haven't seen it before on the left so here come the sophisticates in the cosmopolitans led off by perry bacon who are as isis and fivethirtyeight and then korean demerge in uh from the washington post that's hot when he said his right the healthcare bill had passed by now or the tax reform it pass we would now be teknor white house invite he's right you get in the past that said this idea that the.

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