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Mark Levin: Remove Any Republican Who Is Against Biden Impeachment
"Show hosts refused to involved get in campaigns. I changed all that with a tea party over ten ago years and even before where I got involved in a lot of campaigns. Ted Cruz, Rubio, Marco Mike Lee I can begin to remember everybody. Although Rubio doesn't talk to me anymore. I have no idea why these people do what they do. I don't know. I'm Maybe too hot. I don't mean that way I mean this way. Alright but that's not what I want to get into by and the way in Florida I mean the Gulf Coast got whacked not long ago getting whacked again starting tomorrow morning. It's so nerve I understand that and so you're going to see the leadership capabilities yet again of DeSantis. Not talking, not the gift of gap. I've had to turn a phrase but you're going to see this guy he's just is he what he is. He grabs things by the horns and he wrestles them to get them. Let's get moving here. I want something to read to you because I doubt you've heard most of this.
Fresh update on "rubio" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Lakefront. Sponsored by Blindster .com. Hi I'm Kyle at Blindster .com and I sell custom blinds designed for do -it -yourselfers. Unlike stock blinds offered at big -box retailers, Blindster blinds are custom made for your windows and shipping is free. Don't hire an expensive pro do -it -yourself and save big at Blindster .com. Galewood residents are unhappy about plans to turn the Amundsen Park Fieldhouse into Chicago's next migrant shelter. 29th Ward Alderman Chris Ferro led the hearing giving the message from the city. We were going to have a shelter location but then broke with Mayor Brandon Johnson over that proposal. I ask to you join me and stand up against allowing this to become a shelter. Fieldhouse is used by well the community operating youth football and senior programs that would have to be suspended. A top travel magazine confirming what many in Chicago already believe that it's the best city in the US. Kim Gordon has more. For the year seventh in a row Chicago's been named the best US city according to Conde Nast Traveler by the magazine's international readers. Conde Nast singled out the city's restaurants and 77 neighborhoods. It's not the only accolade for the city. A Canadian marketing company named Chicago the 16th best city in the world. London took the top spot. Kim Gordon 890 WLS news. Kevin McCarthy is no longer House Speaker. He was voted out of the position yesterday after a challenge from far -right Republican Matt Gates of Florida. Democrats also voted McCarthy out of the speakership. ABC News chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Carl. He spent much of his speakership trying to appease people who were never going to be appeased doing whatever he could to appreciate and get the support of the hardliners. And then in the end it was only eight of them that voted to get rid of them. He could have been saved by Democrats but in the end he couldn't be saved by Democrats because he had alienated them so during thoroughly the course of his speakership. Steve Scalise who is a part of the House Republican leadership and Jim Jordan the far right head of the House Judiciary Committee have both signaled interest in the speakership. The Biden administration officials say the United States can only support Ukraine on the battlefield for a couple of months or has not been the only one to do so unless new funding is approved by Congress but legislative business has halted in the House two. Steve Scalise who is a part of the House Judiciary Committee speaking to reporters on Capitol Hill Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida said the U .S. should continue to support Ukraine but Rubio added it's hard to know what they'll need over the next 12 to 18 months. If we were just to abandon Ukraine I think it would reinforce the Chinese narrative that is used against us that we're unreliable. We're hollowed out power. I also think it's It's unrealistic to believe that we're going to be able to continue to provide 30 to 60 billion dollars every six for six months. Rubio adds that eight packages will likely be smaller moving forward and after winning their wildcard series openers on the first day of major league baseball's playoffs the Texas Rangers Minnesota Twins Arizona Diamondbacks and Philadelphia Phillies can advance to the next round with victories today. As is often the case when postseason play comes around. Pitching was king yesterday. None of the four teams that won gave up more than three runs. WLS News Time 1104. This WLS AM 890 program is presented by First American Bank the bank that does more for your money. And on the
Republicans Who Do Not Support Impeachment Should Be Removed
"Refused to get involved in campaigns I changed all that with the tea party over ten years ago and even before I got involved in a lot of campaigns Ted Cruz Marco Rubio Mike Lee again begin to remember everybody although Rubio doesn't talk to me anymore I have no idea why these people do what they do I don't know maybe I'm too hot I don't mean that way I mean this way all right but that's not what I want to get into in Florida I mean the Gulf Coast got whacked not long ago getting whacked again starting tomorrow morning it's so nerve -wracking I understand that and so you're gonna see the leadership abilities yet again of DeSantis not talking not the gift of gab I've had to turn a phrase but you're gonna see this guy he's just he is what he is he say he grabs things by by the horns and he wrestles them to the ground but let's get moving here I want to read something to you because I doubt you've heard most of this anyone
Senator Marco Rubio Weighs In on the DOJ's Distraction Tactics
"If we had elections on the debate about the issues at the heart of this divide, Republicans would win them all. I think Donald Trump's presence in the election is going to obscure that fundamental debate. Do you for a moment worry that the Department of Justice is incentivized to get people to look away from an open border, from transitioning children at the age of 10, from all of the lunacy by throwing Trump into the middle of this with an indictment? Well, I think clearly what's happened now is there are no guardrails left. If you watch basically the entire American media landscape, there is no penalty to be paid for going overboard on Donald Trump. In fact, it's celebrated, right? It's being celebrated on every network. The commentators are giddy. In some ways, I think that's a good thing, right? Because we used to pretend, OK, you know, that journalist, you know, they don't like us. They're probably biased, but they're fair. You know, they'll give us a fair shot. And if the other side does something really bad, they'll report on that, too. Now there's no pretending. I mean, I think that's the one thing Donald Trump has done is unmask that reality is that these people are, you know, they absolutely have an agenda and they don't feel they need to hide it. They don't feel they need to hide it. Look, the president of CNN lost his job because he hosted a town hall with the leading presidential candidate on the Republican side at the moment. I mean,
Senator Marco Rubio Describes America's "Decades of Decadence"
"Hugh Hewitt, joined by Senator Marco Rubio, whose brand new book, Decades of Decadence, is in bookstores today available on Amazon. I put the link over at Twitter. Senator, on page 172 you write, The divide between people who live in this country and want it to prosper, and those who see the U .S. as a fundamentally racist, sexist nation that must be radically changed or dismantled if it wants it to survive. That's the key difference. And you go on to expand when this began, this difference began. I don't know how we end it. And Decades of Decadence says we've got to end it, but how do we end it? Well, first of all, I think it's important to understand that divide. What's really important about it is that even though the group of people who believe this country is inherently evil and needs to be dismantled and restructured is small, the minority, they're a very powerful minority. They happen to be CEOs and they run media and they're at the top of government agencies and they control academia for a long time. And it really began when it was almost, it was a lab leak from academia. It was a virus that existed in higher education that got outside of the lab and has now infected the population or at least infected all of our major institutions. And I think the way we begin to stop it is standing up against it at every level. And that's why history is so important. The French Revolution is a great guide. The French Revolution that began in many ways on strong principles evolved into a hysteria that they wound up running out of people to guillotine. And that's so where we're headed here as well. It's become a hysteria and people are learning the hard way that they won't stop. There's no institution or individual, no matter how woke you are, eventually they'll come for you. Look at the other day, what happened at the White House. You know, Joe Biden decides to have this pride event. And then you've got this social media influencer, a man who's transitioned to being a woman and so forth, going topless and bragging about it. You know, it's an embarrassment, right? And to the country, it's distasteful, no matter who it was. So it's what happens when you begin to allow this thing to continue. It will not stop. It's a virus that will keep spreading until we stop
Sen. James Lankford: Outrage Over the FBI Targeting Catholics
"I know you're a Christian man as am I and these attacks on the Catholics that coming from the FBI infiltrating the I'd love to get your take on that. Yeah, I actually met with Christopher wray on that exact issue and said, what in the world happened? He said, this is a single field office. This is something we checked. We pulled it immediately. We put in process to make sure that's not happening again. My question is, what is happening among rank and file that people would think this is a good idea to be able to say, hey, watch out for those traditional Catholics because they may all be domestic terrorists. That is insanity that that's in the process that they feel like this is what the Biden administration would want to put out. What's even more so is Marco Rubio and IRS talking because the Catholics were kicked out of Walter Reed for doing services for Catholic service members, the week before holy week. But the week before Easter, they were kicked out and they put it into a for profit other organization that then had to go find Catholic priests to be able to help. So we're asking the simple question, why would you do that? And we're walking through to be able to make sure that this administration honors basic religious liberty of every individual of every faith and that that's protected.
U.S. Navy Sailor: Best Part of Deployment Is LGBTQ Spoken Word Night
"This is was on the navy's Instagram Sorry I said Twitter in the podcast Instagram feed And it's a U.S. Navy sailor talking about the best part of their deployment Now love the navy but all I want to hear about on Instagram from the navy's official account is how we're going to kill bad guys And how we're going to win the next war I don't really want to hear about a divisive kind of sexual politics sexual identity politics agenda I'm sorry That's not what the navy's there for Do that on your own time That's not what the navy's there for Marco Rubio put this out This was on their Instagram feed This is the best part of the deployment for this particular sale check this out And I was able to deploy on the USS Gerald Ford last fall and the coolest thing I did on board was to be able to participate in a LGBTQ spoken word night and I was able to read a poem that I wrote to the whole ship and I was probably the culmination of the whole deployment Guys listen man Ladies out there too There's no time for this okay There is no
The New York Times Defies Big Trans?
"Which is the gay and lesbian alliance against defamation. Got it against Stephanie. Okay. So glad has launched a campaign to go after The New York Times. Now, people ask all the time, Charlie, how are we going to win? Part of the strategy for our victory is to just wait it out and let the left fight amongst themselves. It's just a matter of time. And that is exactly what is happening between Glaad and The New York Times. The New York Times, which is a rag, and is a propagandist paper, which just as a fact, though, is not as bad as The Washington Post. You got to be fair. They are not as bad as The Washington Post. Having dealt with them both, there's a little bit more of a micron of truth, oh, by the way, this also ties in Marco Rubio has a new bill that would ban most trans people from the U.S. Military. Good for you, Marco, I fully support that. That's exactly right. That's exactly what we need. Draw a line in the sand and stop putting up with this garbage. Which, by the way, was the rule back when we actually used to win wars and not shoot balloons out of the sky with hypersonic heat missiles and miss one of them. 50% success rate. Okay, so glad sends this letter to The New York Times. And says to The New York Times, hey, stop the right wing coverage of the trans issue. Literally glad tells The New York Times, where is this quote? Oh yeah, glad. We have had enough, said Glaad president CEO Sarah Kate Ellis, quote, The New York Times and accurate biased coverage has been cited in legal documents used to justify discrimination and targeting of trans people. This is chilling, and it should give every reader and every leader of The New York Times pause. So let me
Myra Adams and Eric Discuss the Bible's Cultural Relevancy
"And I both know that it's impossible to live in American culture in English culture in England. Without hearing phrases that are from the Bible. And so if you don't know the Bible, it's a little bit like being utterly ignorant of Shakespeare. You are culturally illiterate because there are so many phrases that come from Shakespeare and from the Bible. And if you don't know about those things, I mean, I'm big on cultural literacy. And you have a chapter in your book, Bible study for those who don't read the Bible, where you talk about some of the sayings that we think of as common sayings, but are rooted in the Bible. You posted it in your town hall column on June 27th, 2021, that was my birthday year and a half ago. Why don't we start there? Okay, well, you bring up a really good point about how cultural literacy is what's really declining. And both the Bible and Shakespeare were two of the works that were really the foundation of education and literacy for centuries in western culture. And both of them seem to be on the decline. Particularly the Bible and I guess probably Shakespeare is probably what he's probably been canceled too by this time. But the Bible can be considered hate speech. So senator Marco Rubio had told me that years ago that he believed that at some point, the Bible, the Bible would be considered hate speech in a year ago, I talked to him and I said, remember when you said that a year ago, Bible would be considered hate speech, and he said, I was right, wasn't I? Right. And that's today's left in the United States of America. But today's left in the United States of America in thinking of the Bible of hate as hate speech. They're in good company because the Taliban, the North Korean regime, they also think of the Bible as hate speech. So if you're on the left and you think the Bible is hate speech, join those clubs. In
The 2024 Horse Race
"Landscape is developing. And it's going to be a very long, tiring primary. A year from now, we're going to be right in the middle of it. And so we have Nikki Haley, who is officially announced him Scott, who looks like he's going to run Mike Pence, who's probably going to write, run Mike Pompeo, who's probably going to run. Whispers are that friend of the show, Vivek Rama Swami. Might run for president. And then, of course, Donald Trump is running. I think all of this helps Trump. All of this strengthens Trump's case. For 2024, Donald Trump running for the presidency, standing against neoliberalism, open borders, silly trade deals, and interventionist foreign wars is how he will differentiate himself amongst many other things, obviously. The fact that he was actually president, he got a lot done. These people say they're running for president. Nikki Haley says she's running for president Tim Scott says he is running for president, but in reality they are running against Donald Trump. That is the reality, but they're not going to say it. They're not going to try to insult Trump voters, but they are going to be running against Donald Trump. And I actually think that helps Trump. I think Trump will be able to navigate that successfully. The more kind of targets the better and they're going to start attacking each other because they're going to try to fill up the different lanes. Now whether or not Ted Cruz is going to run for president, that will be interesting if Marco Rubio run for president that will be interesting. We'll Glenn youngkin run for president. Will Greg Abbott run for president? These are all very interesting questions. Will Larry Hogan run for president? I think all of it helps Donald Trump
Lee Smith: Sy Hersh's Careless Claims About the Nord Stream Bombing
"My argument is not that we didn't do it I think that's quite possible I don't know We don't have enough evidence yet But it's certainly quite possible The Biden administration is behind the sabotage of Nord streams one and two pipelines My concern is with Seymour hersh's particular article Which is riddled with obvious holes and some of which I describe in the article and some of which I don't I didn't want to over over detail it I mean we can go through some of them if you like Yeah give us the biggest the biggest issue some of the most triage enforced One of the most troubling components of the article as you see Well I'll tell you everyone I've spoken with you know some of these folks who have Intel or military backgrounds the first thing that the first thing that they've mentioned is yeah the idea that they were using fleet divers rather than naval special warfare teams doesn't make sense And then of course first justifies that by saying they didn't want to brief the gang of 8 because they were scared of leaks And there is no one in the gang of 8 who would be against that on the Republican side You have McConnell and the car seat And you have Marco Rubio and Mike Turner All of those people are Russia hawks So there's nothing to worry about with leaks But more importantly they didn't want to they were worried about leaks for the gang of 8 but they had no problems bringing in Norwegians And then they briefed the Swedes and the Danes It doesn't make sense And the larger thing we're going to hide we're going to hide this really delicate operation behind a public joint exercise all of these things just feel very fishy And I mean I think what's going on is I think that someone well I know that someone lied to see more hirsch that's my reading of the piece
"rubio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Right back. All right. Okay. By Marco Rubio looks really uncomfortable. It's like, man, this is about to get really tough. And it did get tough. Is that water under the bridge because he was still a candidate Tim? In a certain sense, yes, I mean, you know, she out politics are fluid, right? And if he is running for vice president, she was part of the Trump administration. So Trump has shown that if people come back and grovel to him, that he will potentially throw them a bone, but the story that she has to tell she may have one in the Republican primary, but I just think the lane of not Trump is very small, and it has shrunk. And the message that you're hearing from her there in 2016, I don't even know that we're going to really hear that from a viable candidate in 2024. I believe that someone has to stand up to Trump in the primary, but I do think the cast of characters that you're going to get are going to be pretty lame and weak in terms of drawing contrast with the president. It's to be seen, but she's said, before she was running, that she was going to support Trump in 2024. And will not run if he runs, now she's running. I don't know what she's. I don't know what the plan is to be honest. And to think boy, the first debate is less than 6 months away. If I have this right, 6 months away in Milwaukee, how big is this field going to be? Boyd Matheson? I think it's going to be, I don't think it's going to be huge. I think there's a lot of folks who are going to look at it and figure that there's just not a clear path there and stay on the sidelines and I do think Nikki hey, that was actually in the room that day that she introduced Margot Rubio way back then. And I also thought it was very interesting today that she actually alluded back to that. She ended by talking about Napoli, and the fact that it's always hurts a little more when you've got spiked peels on. That's right. And kind of took a little shot of the former president. So I think the field will not be there's a lot of names obviously being floated there, including another south carolinian senator Tim Scott, which would make the South Carolina early primary for the Republicans really interesting. But in terms of getting there, I don't think we're going to see a 16, 18. Like we did in 2016 or with the Democrats in 2020? The other big breaker today in the world of politics brings us to California. It was dianne Feinstein, maybe you guys are not surprised because a lot of folks have been waiting for this. She's not running for a 7th term. Now this opens up Elaine to potentially more candidates, but we've already got Adam Schiff. We've already got Katie Porter. Tim, this is going to be an important one to watch and I suspect a very expensive race. Yeah, always, always an expensive race in California. Senator Feinstein has had an incredible career in public service, she came into the Senate as a reformer. And it's a big announcement from her today. Obviously, like you said, we've seen some people who got ahead here in representative Schiff and representative Porter. It is going to be a tough primary. It is an expensive place to compete. And at the same time, the test of being able to raise money is infinitely more important in a state like California. So we'll see very early on who's able to separate themselves in that pack. And to think I didn't have time to bring up Kerry Lake. She spent two days in Iowa. Over the weekend. Boyd Matheson and Tim Hogan stay right where you are. We're going to have some final thoughts as we go back to where we started. The fastest hour in politics
Darren Beattie: Why Would Russia Bomb the Nord Stream Pipeline?
"In the aftermath kind of the immediate aftermath of Russia's invasion of Ukraine something amazing happens This pipeline which the security establishment had been railing against for years just explodes in the bottom of the bulk And amazingly the Stooges representing the New York it's not just about this Generally speaking is remarkable how condescending our own government can be to us They think we're complete idiots because the representatives of the regime went in front of cameras and this is on both side Republicans some Republicans were doing this too And their position was Russia blew up their own pipeline Which made it Rubio said it Darren Rubio said it on CNN I mean he said it was he said it was common sense A common sense is I'm sorry go ahead It's common sense that Russia blew up keep in mind this is one of the most critical pieces of infrastructure that had been a prized project by Russia and that had been again the sharpest thorn deep in the side of the U.S. security establishment in the aftermath of this it blows up There was no even attempt at any logical argument such as to suggest how Russia could have benefited from sabotaging its own critical infrastructure at that moment Zero attempt Now most thinking people would conclude that okay this is either the U.S. or maybe the U.S. indirectly operating through some kind of proxy agent We're not sure exactly what the arrangement was
Is Sarah Huckabee Sanders Vying for a VP Ticket?
"There's a new CNN poll out there that says well over 70% of you thought the president did a good job last night. Over 40% of Republicans said that the president did a good job as well. What was your take? How do you think Sarah Huckabee Sanders did with the Republican rebuttal? I thought she bottled pretty darn well. And that's always a hard speech. And go back to Marco Rubio with the glass of water, where he was chugging water, remember that tobacco, and then you had Bobby jindal, the governor of Louisiana, he was supposed to be the next darling of the Republicans, and the guy sped red through the entire speed. Nobody could understand what the guy was saying. He was talking so fast. But I thought Sarah Huckabee Sanders did a fine job. She really did illustrate the point that the Republican Party is the party of the future. She is the youngest governor in America. 40 years old. President Biden by comparison is 80 years old. It was a rather striking comparison. So I'm curious to get your take on Biden and Sanders. Part of me wondered if Sanders was maybe maybe running for a vice presidential slot. On a Trump ticket. Could be, but I don't think so. 8
President Biden; The Old, Old, Man
"I want to play for you Marco Rubio who went on to Fox with Sean Hannity last night and gave a discussion of the president's State of the Union, which I think sums up the reaction that most of us who have seen or heard or read about it because it was just a bizarre night. Cut number 40. Yeah, it was a bizarre speech all the way around him. There's a lot of bizarre lines tonight. One of them had to do with China where he said, namely one world leader he actually screamed into the camera. Name me one world leader that would trade places with president Xi, basically any dictator on the planet, would love to be the president for life of the second largest economy in the world in a rapidly growing military that can fly balloons over the continent of the United States and have nothing happened to them. And it's that joins a list of a lot of bizarre things tonight. Look, tonight, he recognized Paul Pelosi horrible attack. No one was in favor of it, completely ignores the fact that city right in front of him is Brett Kavanaugh, or an assassin, was arrested within steps of Brett Kavanaugh's door completely ignored that. You know, he attacked big pharma, smeared them up and down. I'm not always a big fan of big pharma, but then he takes credit and brags about a vaccine that they made billions on because he fired people unless they used their vaccine. He went after big oil. All this profits you should be reinvesting your profits before I, Joe Biden put you out of business over the next ten years. I mean, the litany of ridiculousness of it was just really bizarre statement, but let me tell you what you didn't hear about tonight and I thought that governor Huckabee touched on that in her rebuttal and her response is you didn't hear a lot of talk about pregnant men tonight. You didn't hear a lot of talk about some of these crazy things because they're pivoting now to an election mode and they know all that stuff is toxic. So try and pretend it's not happening, but it remains at the core and at the heart of their administration, not a lot of woke talk tonight, except for the climate stuff, which by the way, he doesn't tell you, benefits China, who make the batteries, who now dominate the solar panel industry and the like. And who continue to build more coal fired plants and all the other countries of the world, combined. So it was a bizarre speech with a lot of silly not lines and some really ridiculous ones perhaps the craziest of all is threatening he's going to veto any national abortion ban passed by Chuck Schumer's democratic Senate. And he screams it so you can see how strong he was screaming a lot last night. The president does not hear well, he does not speak while he does not communicate while he is an old, old man.
Sen. Marco Rubio: If There's an Opportunity, Bring Down the Balloon
"Here's the problem. I mean, and I have to ask you directly. It's a two part question. Going forward, what should we do about this balloon? But more importantly, what will we do? Well, I think the first thing we need to do about it, I mean, they're going to go through all the diplomatic stuff and sent the complaint and so forth. But I think we need to be abundant on the clear and that is that these things are flying over our airspace and there's an opportunity to bring them down. We're going to do it. Now obviously we're not going to do it in a way that's going to fall on a major city and kill anyone and things of that nature. And it can be a little unpredictable. So it's not as easy as just going up there and knocking this thing down. I mean, you want to make sure that when it comes down, it doesn't come down on some city and kill a bunch of people. Or kill anybody. But at the same token, I think we have to make that pretty clear. But I think the most important thing we can do, look, there's those sensors and those things and they're gathering. But they can also get that information from satellite. They can get that information from all of the Huawei equipment and routers that are still installed across the United States. I mean, there's a million ways they can gather this information that they want. And they are doing it. Their espionage levels have grown. As much as anything else, this is just one more method that they use to collect intelligence on us. And so we have to be cognizant of it and protect ourselves against it. By the same token, we need to wake up. The most important thing we need to do now is wake up. And I think finally, for those who are still resistant to this notion, understand that China is a geopolitical competitor and adversary, the first we've had at the end of the Cold War. And they're actually a bigger and stronger adversary than the Soviet Union, which was a military superpower, but it was not industrial technological power. Economic power. The rest of the century will be defined by this relationship between the U.S. and China and the strategic competition. And we need to readjust everything we do in our country. And you
Sen. Marco Rubio: The Timing of the Chinese Balloon
"This thing is dragging sensors on it, which are not small. I mean, these are about the size of a bus. A couple of them usually end up from you see that in the pictures. And so that would fall to the ground and probably shatter into a million pieces, but there would be something to recover. There's no doubt about it. This is not complicated technology. And that's the one part of it. But it's ingenious in the sense that they can argue, well, that's just a balloon we put it up in the atmosphere. It's there to monitor. I mean, it seems so silly. It doesn't seem 21st century that they think they can get away with it with some level of deniability, including while we didn't mean for it to go over there, but it's a balloon. You know how balloons are? That's actually not accurate. These things are maneuverable to a certain degree. I mean, they're not as precise as a UAV, a drone or an airplane, but they are maneuverable. They can generally know where they're going to go. And this thing wasn't going over tourist destinations that went over the northwest and went over Montana where we have ICBM fields. It worked way across. So it has maneuverability and it's not the first time, by the way. I mean, we've seen these before. I just think yesterday, the acknowledgment of it is because they knew people were going to be seeing it. And there were going to be reports about it and you couldn't hide it. And I think it is disappointing that they chose not to bring it down when it was over a sparsely populated areas where they could have not just retrieved it, but sent a pretty strong message. And it's not coincidental that this is happening right before, I think he's just canceled it, but right before blinken, the Secretary of State was supposed to visit with in Beijing, they do these sorts of things to a humiliate the other side and project strength and send a message. And so I don't think this was coincidental. I think it was certainly tied to that. And
Rep. Chip Roy: There's No Time for Pettiness on the Battlefield
"The whole point of boot camp congressman boot camp and all of the in all of our services military service branches is you break down the individual of their allegiances elsewhere and you build them up as a team It doesn't matter what your skin color or your sex or whatever None of that stuff matters You're all going to go through the same experience in boot camp And when you get through whether it's the crucible and the Marine Corps whatever it is it's okay to shed a little tear is that eagle globe and anchor you get that I mean you talk to marines that matter to them It's the only pure meritocracy left to break that down and now make it some racial spoils game I mean I'm serious It's like planting a tactical nuclear weapon into destroying our military cohesion and Esprit de corps You know that's exactly right There was an old adage right that there are no atheists in foxholes Look there's no time for racism on the battlefield There's no time for all of those petty things that divide us up that are frankly a product of a broken society that is fixated more on race and gender ideology and all these things than they are on carrying out our faith and being patriotic Americans that stand up for each other Look we need strong men and women in the United States military We need strong men on the battlefield and we need to stop this woke garbage that's destroying the culture of the military where recruiting levels are now at sort of 50% levels depending on which branch you're talking about I met with some recruits at parris island in South Carolina which is the east coast training for the marines this summer And they're all there Patriotically serving their country but they told me you know I'm tired of this woke stuff And it's hard for me to get buddies to want to join this when we have to deal with this stuff So it's time to do something about it So I was proud to team up with Marco Rubio and put a report out
Rep. Chip Roy: We Need to Preserve the Culture of Our Military
"It would be really cool to have a military focused on Dan bongino and his listener is not getting dead So thanks for doing what you're doing there You can tell us what's going on in more detail and we'd appreciate it Yeah it's great I mean look at you and I both know and your listeners know wokeness is creating a destructive division And it's destroying our military destroying what you know creating division within the ranks It's creating a culture the rewards have failed incompetent leadership like abandoning Afghanistan and it's a Marxist derived ideology that's giving China a clear strategic edge over us And so senator Marco Rubio from Florida and I our teams teamed up and we put out a report to go to the American people can see some of the things going on right It's like secretary Lloyd Austin Signing a memorandum directing all service members and DoD civilian employees to get up to one day stand down to discuss extremism in the ranks Of course there was a report that said out of 2.1 million active duty and reserves there were fewer than a hundred cases which is .005% They hired a guy to put in charge of the countering extremism activity working group who's a total known leftist and activist Who denigrates conservatives and stated systemic racism is one of our great national security challenges I could go down the list The service academies right The admiral told midshipman at the naval academy that they need to read how to be an antiracist Professor at the airport said don't refer to mom and dad It might be offensive And I could go on and on and that were destroying the culture of the military We have vaccine mandates that are killing our recruiting ability We have sex reassignment procedures that are being funded by the military Hell they won't even let you be in the military If you've got frigging braces but they're going to say oh sure sex reassignment procedures I could go on and on but we've got to stop it We got to stop funding it Republicans could have got to get serious about making sure the culture of our military is preserved and protected
Initial Election Results From Florida
"Florida looks like desantis is pulling away from Chris With a 35% of the vote in 51.76 for desantis 47.6 for crisp But he's definitely pulling away And in the case of Rubio same thing 50.56 over dimmings 48.4 8% Let's continue to look at this I'm going to look at some of these district by district House races Let's look at this one District 5 sorry folks It just takes time to do this And I can't find it Mister producer I don't know where the hell you're looking Oh here it is He doesn't have an opponent Well that's a funny one Let's move to district These Florida districts 7 Is that in yet And what do we have Corey mills This is a new district Corey mills the Republican is leading Karen green What's the percentages 59 to 40 So it looks like they're going to pick up a seat there
"rubio" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"And I think they also realize they need more on ball creators. I think they learned that in the plank tournament. So I think what we are going to see is they bring back Sexton and then you kind of muddle through the first few months of the season with Garland Sexton, a Coro. That's your kind of backcourt grouping. Then Rubio come is a work himself back, rehab back, and he gets back sometime January, February ish, and then he's in there and now then that will by that point he's coming back. You'll be able to or do we need a trade somebody to fill a whole elsewhere? Do we need to rebalance our roster somehow? And then you've got Rubio kind of sliding in and take on those backup point guard minutes. And my guess is he'll get some chunk of the mid level exception is how that will work out for them because a lot depends on what happens with Sexton and how much he's going to get paid. Per year, how much they'll have to offer, but that will be my guess. This will probably give him 5, 6 million or something like that. And that's a good number to rehab half a season on. And then probably only a one year deal. And then that'll free up. If we want to do something after that, we still have bird rights and we can figure it out down the line. Yep. Yeah, I think that's what we're going to see ultimately play out there. And yeah, not a bad move for the Cavs in my mind. And let me rephrase that. They have early bird. So I want to be clear because he did get traded away and leave. So, but yes. Let's jump over to your favorite guy, Kyrie Irving. Had some comments. I mentioned that you know after your Celtics eliminated the nets, this comet was making the rounds. He said, when I say I'm here with Kev. Let me talk about Kevin Durant. I think that really entails us, managing this franchise together. Alongside Joe and Sean, so Josiah and Sean marks, that raised a lot of eyebrows. Now, I mean, on one hand, it's no secret, like Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving have a lot of power within that franchise, just like LeBron James and Anthony Davis, have a lot of power within the Lakers. It's not necessarily a unique situation there, but you also don't have these guys outwardly saying, oh yeah, I'm managing the franchise. So how did you I'd imagine you felt a certain kind of way when you saw that comment? Yeah, I mean, it's just it's Kyrie Irving lives in a different multiverse than the rest of us do. To take it back to that. He just is, he's just a different kind of guy. And sometimes I think he says things without fully thinking them through or meaning them, the way he says them sometimes. I think there is much like with LeBron, which would make sense for any kind of learned a LeBron's heel. It is, there's always a little more to the message..
"rubio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Slows down and impairs our reaction time our central nervous system and how we deal with things like stress The time change also means it gets darker earlier making it typically one of the deadliest days on American roadways Hoover says domestic incidents also typically increase as well People tend to be a little quicker on the draw for anger and reacting when things aren't going right They're stress tolerances are decreased And usually within 48 hours or so you don't even notice it anymore U.S. senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott are still pushing their sunshine protection act which would make daylight saving time permanent across the nation Rubio says changing clocks is an antiquated practice that's no longer needed Some suggestions for coping with it go to bed ten to 15 minutes earlier than normal getting up ten to 15 minutes earlier and experts say exposure to sunlight can help your body adjust Kim Kardashian is making her relationship with SNL's Pete Davidson official on Instagram The reality star was recently declared legally single from Kanye West Kardashian shared photos of her with Davidson on Instagram Friday In a recent interview with variety Kardashian said fans can look forward to seeing how the two connected on her upcoming Hulu series the Kardashians I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York City's school mask mandate has been lifted for all public school students except for those younger than 5 but that could soon change Yesterday Mary Eric Adams said at a press briefing the city will remove the mask mandate for kids under 5 years old if COVID cases in schools remain low A senior department official says the Justice Department will investigate and prosecute people banks cryptocurrency exchanges and others that help rich Russians hide or launder their luxury assets and money The story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet The official who asked to remain anonymous to speak about the units work says the actions will be undertaken by a new task force that is dedicated to freezing or seizing the assets of Russian oligarchs and others under sanctions in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine The task force is said to be bringing together prosecutors agents analysts and translators from divisions and offices across the department and will pursue any appropriate charges to disrupt not only the wealthy Russians but their facilitators as well Charlie palette Bloomberg radio Yet another losing week on Wall Street marking the fourth losing week in the last 5 Uncertainty about the war in Ukraine and high inflation have continued to better markets As for the market backdrop and what's ahead Patrick Armstrong is chief investment officer at wealth There's going to be a lot of volatility The environment we're in It's not a short term environment I think we're in a probably for years to come a stagflationary environment where the pendulum has swung from globalization outsourcing manufacturing to where things can be done cheaper to have protectionist environment where there's sanctions and trade wars and real wars unfortunately The S&P 500 fell 2.9% this week The Dow dropped to 2% and the NASDAQ lost a three and a half percent for the week Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg.
"rubio" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"Contract. Let's say the calves decided, you know what? We really like Ricky Rubio. We want to keep him. We'd like to hang on to him. Is there a path for them to trade him? And then go after him in free agency. Well, you'd have the whole one year. Well, he'd be becoming a free agent. So it wouldn't be getting waived. Yeah, maybe. I mean, it depends on which direction they go. What happens with columns? And where do you go with that? But yeah, I mean, I guess what you could do there is you could go sign him to a new deal as a free agent using the MLE or a chunk of it for only one year and then give them a bump and pay off of that. Because the reality is Rubio and his age with this injury would have maybe a ten to $12 million a year player. Probably ideally, you'd start them around that maybe even as high as 13 and then have it decline. Year over year. So it's finishing under ten. By the time he's a what he'd be 34, 35 years old. At the end of a four year deal. So yeah, I mean, maybe that is something you consider doing is saying, hey, we're going to trade you now to really help us, but we are open. We'd love to have you come back. Next year, because the reality is really tore the ACL here in late December. So we're looking at a maybe early December return at most, probably closer to a January 20, 23. Return on next season because it's generally been about a year for these injuries. So yeah, I don't hate that idea at all is one of those where it's a wink and a nod as you walk. Or you have to have your cake and eat it too in that scenario. If you say, look, we liked what Rubio brought. We'd like to have him in our organization, our culture, all those sorts of things. You could still use that contract without completing completely closing the door on him coming back to the franchise. But I think maybe the better discussion topic that was, who do you go after? Who's your target if you're gonna let's say whether you use the Rubio salary or not or whoever you're gonna do, what's the ideal target that number one is a good fit and number two is realistically attainable. They couldn't get off from you. Some would say the show just got a lot better. Yeah, I mean, you want to dream big and think Ben Simmons, right? That's kind of your dream big, but realistic targets. I think it's a little trickier because..
"rubio" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"Hello everybody, welcome back to the NBA front office show. Keep you up to date with everything going on around the world of the NBA and a new intro that we threw in there for YouTube. If you guys haven't had a chance to check that out, make sure you do go check out our YouTube channel. Don't forget, of course, to hit that subscribe button, Keith Smith, joining me Keith. I hate that we kind of have to start today's show with a negative story involving, of course, Ricky Rubio. Yeah, it feels like every thing lately is negative stories. It's either somebody's heard or guys are out due to COVID and health and safety protocols and there are good fun stories that are coming out of that, some of these blasts from the past returns and young guys get chances they might not have gotten otherwise trying to stay positive on that note. But we don't have a lot of trade news to break down because there's not trade stuff happening right now, but we're 6 weeks from today from the trade deadline. So even in normal times, it'd be a little early. Yeah, we're probably still about a good three, four weeks from things really picking up. But yeah, the Rubio injury just brutal. It's going to be out for the year for the Cleveland Cavaliers. We found that out yesterday after his MRI, two point guards down for the calves or I guess Colin Sexton at this point. But yeah, but yeah, to main guards to big parts of their rotation. And that's probably the weakest part of their rotation now. It's Darius Garland. He's in health and safety protocols. So that'll be at least a short term absence. So Kevin pangos is getting a call or a call to start their game tonight. But yeah, it's just a mask for the caps right now. So hopefully, we'll see, but I guess what we want to get into is does this make it more likely to do something and make some kind of trade or something like that? Yeah, I mean, look, so Rubio and we should mention it's a torn ACL for him. So he's going to cost him the rest of the season. And he was one of the success stories of the year. He was one of the guys that we looked at and said, well, this is a little bit of a funky fit, what's gonna happen? Maybe maybe he'll be bought out by the deadlight maybe he'll be on the market. That's the way we kind of went into the season thinking about it and the cabs have shocked everybody. They've been great and Rubio has certainly been part of that. And now it's yeah, and he's been phenomenal. But now with him gone, the calves, they've tasted success. And they're not going to want to just let that go. Even though they've lost call and Sexton, Nauru bio. So I do think this makes them more likely to go out there and swing a trade. I don't know that it's the home run trade, though. I mean, you think about we instantly go, oh, well, John wall is out there, right? Do you stack up some contracts and you go, you know, maybe you part with Kevin Love and you go try to make something work for a guy like John wall or something like that. I don't know if that's what they need or if they just need kind of a game manager that can come in that can do a few things for them that can keep the ship afloat and let Darius Garland just basically run the rest of the show..
"rubio" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect
"Of my energy into helping my mom deal with a trauma on grief and none of it into helping may and i was struggling emotionally. I pretty much every day would be crying. Not able to let go of that day. Couldn't on the top. I was wearing at the time passed away because of all the all the associate attachments from from that particular event and so i reached out to get some. Hey evening support an in one session. I went from a distress rating off a seven to two which was phenomenal. I'm we've talked about this way. So and then within a week could talk about without having a complete breakdown. And i just thought to myself. This is fun. This is phenomenal. The power of my mind. It blew my mind. And i know of this study and i know the two brothers and i think i was telling you marks costs rubio. What she's done worked with the two brothers on a very deep level. We're in so funny. How the world in a universe works that. I've known these people. And i've heard of it. And and i believe it could be could be true. Just hasn't i just haven't done it myself so i was too busy and things underneath the rug. I'm i'm i don't need this shit right. Become big so. I'm highly emotional intelligence. I'm making money. I'm being you know i'm doing. I'm doing this business. I'm grinding. i'm hustling. But i was never taken a time for myself but from even last week when i if you say my emotional charge for i believe around one or two. Yeah i don't have any like there's no. There's it's there because i didn't remove the memory. Let's talk about that. If you can actually choose to what i love about. A lot is that you're able to if you choose to put yourself in that experience as a third party as in who you are presently now. That was the biggest thing that i took away from it. And i'll share this with listeners. I don't care but going back to the time where my sister was..
"rubio" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"WalMart trader Joe's Costco and Starbucks announced similar policies over the weekend. Spotify is looking to hire a new executive sources say the streaming audio services trying to recruit someone with the Hollywood background to oversee production of the company's original podcasts, Spotify produces hundreds of podcasts worldwide. Back to you, right? Thank you, Jeff. Ryan Gorman in for Jimmy Several Oh, here on South Florida's first news and Manny, We have some pretty big political news here in the state of Florida dropping this morning. Our good friend Marc Caputo over politico. First to report that Congresswoman Val Demings is going to challenge Marco Rubio or his U S Senate seat in 2022, rather Then run for Florida Governor. That's quite a development. So the thought process was that you would really leaning in towards running against Governor Rhonda Santa's, but it sounds like and this was what I didn't understand about her decision. The conventional wisdom seems to be, and I think it's correct that of the two and I think both of them have a solid chance of getting reelected. But of the two Rubio is, is the weaker candidate at the moment, and it sounds like eventually death. Means came around to that line of thinking. And I guess one of the factors recently were run to Santis is fundraising numbers, which have just been through the roof and that, along with different democratic politicos across the country, telling her hey, you know the Senate seat. That's the way to go. We now have Val Demings looking at. It's looking very seriously mark photos reporting that the cheese planning on Running for US Senate rather than governor. So now you've gotta figure Agriculture Commissioner Nikki freed. We thought she was going to get in anyway. She's got this tomb first date as a date that she's been teasing on Social media social probably announce to run for governor then that puts her up against Congressman Charlie Crist for the Democratic nomination on then there were some reports that Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy from Central Florida she was going to enter the race for U S Senate and run against Marco Rubio. So her team has walked that back a bit. And the reporting at the moment is that a Demings does, in fact, get in the race that Murphy likely wouldn't challenge her in a primary so we could be You know, getting to that point now where we know who the potential challenges are gonna be for both Governor, two Santas and Senator Rubio Gonna be a fun race to watch.
"rubio" Discussed on Advocate Like a Mother Podcast
"Who are at risk or victims of sexual assault in nursing homes or being cared for at home by government employed. Home care providers. Well done so you guys can read these resolutions for yourself over and julie advocate dot com as mentioned to understand. This is that the we need to rally public support so that a particular party adopt something in present it into law in and move forward from there so this is. This is a bipartisan issue. No matter where you are On your political party We're all in this in so they want to be able to show that the public is actually behind this and so that's what those signatures are largely four. There is when you get to their site. You'll notice that there's one section to sign off if you are actually a democratic leader or an elected official and then there's another section for signing as a member of the public so that's where if you are not the former to i mentioned you can do that otherwise it doesn't matter if you're in california or not this is actually if you are all over the nation you can sign this and show that we are rallying support around these two issues so folks. We were putting this together because they've got a march thirtieth deadline. I believe to get Some attention towards the issue so the democratic party can adopt the platform and actually move forward with the bill But having the public signature support around it helps to show them the public about this and we need to do something about it. So that's what we're asking you guys to do is come on over and sign in support of these two resolutions and if you happen to be a democratic li-listening or an elected official listening or if you have family members who are friends of those who are connected to please pass this on or yourself head over to mirasol and julia advocate dot com and sign off on the so without further ado. Let's welcome. julie. Saul to advocate like a mother..
"rubio" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"I mean i think i think you softened up my take a little bit but i don't think either of us one of those things. It's either the best thing about this. Podcast matt of the worst thing is. We almost never like really strongly disagree. I think we both essentially agree to to the the the principle that yego rubio is all right if you have nothing else like he's like he's like is he. The worst striker major league soccer no was. He is bad at passing the ball. Kyw kamara is upgrade over chi. Yes you know. He's a he's a he's upgraded guy. He's not as bad passing the ball. Is he worth a little over. Three hundred thousand and it's a little bit harder question to answer. I think both of us are a little less comfortable with that will. Do we really. Would we really like a better striker. Yes that's i. Think the ultimate kind of concluding thought for this. And so i guess the question we have that point mark comes from our good friend. Jeff casimir at j. three ask. Here's a question given current rosters for which other teams would diego rubio starter. And so i'll answer this. I mark because i did a little bit of prep. And then i'll let you answer it. And i think this just further highlights the point that we made. I think there's a bunch of really bad teams and mls that missed the playoffs. That would love to have diego. Rubio at what it would cost to pay him and acquire him from the colorado rapids. I think there's a bunch of really good playoff teams upon which he is comfortably. Not a starter. So let's just look at the western conference for example mark sporting kansas city. Seattle sounders portland. Timbers i do not think diego rubio's a starter on any of those teams. I think there would be an injury or something else. Advantageous for him to get more than a thousand minutes on that and that just kind of goes back to where those clubs are where they spend their money. What they're looking for a striker and just if you need further evidence. Cc when rubio was a bench player for sporting kansas city when they were roughly in the same place in the table. I i hesitate to put minnesota united in their mark but that is mostly a positional issue. Just because of the striker situation that befell adrian heath and the loons at the end of the season but also adrian heath like falls in love with the striker and then wants to get rid of him nine months later. So if you're talking about like let's bring in diego rubio who do a bunch of good stuff really. Well they'll try to sign a dp in the summer and then they'll be look into ship. Diego rubio off at the trade deadline next fall. So that's a bit of a weird situation that we can't compare. I don't think that he'd be a started all l. Afc though i do khimki would fit in culturally with the team. If he did different things. I think he's too similar. To what in principle wanna tries to both off the ball in the box that i don't think he would fit in but i think he would be a comparable replacement for what they've gotten for wando just in terms of on the field standpoint to say nothing of the marketing leadership and emotional soul component..
"rubio" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"G of two point nine eight effectively the exact same marquee as a standard average replacement finisher in. Mls when it comes to strikers and we're looking at his overall passing in terms of leading to creating opportunities. He had two assists his expected assists for twenty twenty. Was one point six eight so technically if we round up close. But he's closer to one and a half. He ended up getting two. That's again a small sample size. That's a function of jonathan lewis finishing his chance versus jonathan lewis. Not finishing that one. Really good chance that he had so the thing. I'm curious to see is is rubio going to be the fulcrum or the aggregate of collective passing that the colorado rapids have or mark. Are they looking more. You know rubio's the starting number nine. Get us ten goals andre shinyashiki. You didn't have a super great season. We're expecting bounce back. You're going to play on the wing. You're gonna come off the bench for rubio at times this year. Get seven borrows. Get us five. Coal with the set-pieces everything get us five to seven. Assuming you're here the whole time of the year. Not national team getting sold in the summer. Potentially eunice nominally get us five goals like rather than having joseph martinez scored twenty seven goals mark. And then the next highest is peachy martinez with eight. Are they potentially going to have five or six guys with more than five but less than twelve goals and is that a recipe for success. So then i look at then to Emily's teams of past. It have made the mls cup final or one mls cup. What do they look like in terms of distribution not surprisingly if you've got a guy who scored a bunch of goals chances are you're analysts cup that you few biggest that we have their mark Where the portland timbers in two thousand fifteen and then. The couple of years with seattle sounders granted. You had that distributed amongst about three or four players. So if i look at portland for example mark you had fernando audie. You had j. gov lehrer you sebastian blanco. The first mls cup for the sounders in two thousand sixteen in the regular season. They're golden boot winner. Was rodriguez who only had eleven. But bear in mind mark than you probably had you know jordan. Morris was a double digit goal. Score probably nine or ten. And then niccolo darrow. As well and so. It's those are outliers in the sense that yes. They didn't have one guy scoring all the goals but they had a three headed monster and attack. Who were all good for goals plus assists being north of fifteen. I don't know that the rapids have that going into this year. I think his peak is probably right. There i wanna think that michael barr heroes could potentially be there. I'm struggling to see who that guy is. I would need to see what we saw from cole. Bassett in twenty games last year. I need to see that a step up and then over the course of a forum game season. I'd need to see a step up or a lot. More minutes from jonathan lewis to be there so i think potentially have not monsters but like you know that they have a two headed beast and then like a bunch of other decent minions or like Rather than three cave trolls for example from that standpoint. So i think so so to that point mark yes Does de diego rubio on above average striker in mls when it comes to go contributions no based on the advanced analytics. We have from him and his age and what we've seen from him at other clubs with the chilean national team. Is he about or close to a ceiling in terms of that skill set probably or if not he will be by the end of this year..
"rubio" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"Scorers in the league. I'm referring to. I guess referring to the team being a top goal scoring team in mls rather than rubio leading the golden boot ultimately from our perspective. It doesn't matter who puts the ball in the back of the net as long as the team is putting the ball in the back of the net sort of that point mark it has a really good job pressing which makes things difficult for the opponent in terms of them creating stuff it often has allowed the colorado rapids to dictate the game without having the ball and sets up transition moments. Say what you will about the rubio. When he set up for a perfect tappin. I think in terms of the in terms of market i think about him creating his own shot him being at the end of a tap in in possession set-pieces goals and an transition. I think diego rubio is at his best in transition in space and the fact is especially now with michael barr being added the team. And we'll see what happens with my and his particular role co bassett's a really good passer. Jonathan lewis is a decent passer nicholas benazir. Michael borrows eunice. Nominally can be an effective passer. Both from midfield and from a wide position i think mark. We would both argue that. We're still waiting to see rubio. Move waiting to see nominally. Take a big step up in this coming year. Mls the only for the colorado rapids and in the final of his two year loan. Where there's an option to buy for the colorado rapids. But the fact is they have a bunch of really good passers. I think the service this coming year is in a position to be the best that it's ever been for diego rubio and he's not sharing any of the service with kaik mar. I think the question. I have mark going back to a very productive. Goalscoring tally that he had hadn't twenty nineteen a lot of that was him paired up with kamara and ultimately them feeding off of each other. Kyw doing a really good job and then providing advantageous opportunities for dig rubio if diego rubio is a false nine who's inherently further away from goal. What does his service look like. What are the opportunities. Look like and are there. Are they as numerous as good opportunities. And ultimately mark if rubio still again is a decent passer if we're counting him as the eighth best passer among strikers for mls in two thousand twenty if he continues to be that really good the rapids have a bunch of really good passers at the same time. Mark if you look at michael borrows fifteen assists five goals last year. They've got a bunch of guys who really want to pass. It'd be nice to have a guy who was a really good finisher of the ball. And i absolutely hear your point. That overall rubio isn't necessarily that guy to that point. Mark what was goals vs x g looked like goals scored in mls. If we're just counting the regular season so not the most is back tournament. He had three goals and he had x..
"rubio" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"All right matt your rebuttal. I don't necessarily have a rebuttal. The we'll get some argument. But i'll offer some stats that you so mark you make a good point on his goals added overall being relatively poor I think the numbers that you quoted was the was. The goals added average mark. I have here the above replacement so as goals added above replacement is negative zero point nine one. So if you were to take the the median or the average. Mls striker in two thousand twenty and replace diego rubio with him on the rapids for the exact same minutes that he was doing in theory the rapids would score ninety one hundred more of a goal so one more goal effectively if rounding up here the key things that i wanna point in here mark When i look at his individual staffs in this is relative to strikers and attacking mid so that's kind of the nice sample up peer group if we're talking about him being a false number nine in that he's not a hold up number nine it'd be him and attacking midfielder he would mostly be compared to at times in which his dribbling was a negative zero point one so a slightly below replacement dribbler a negative zero point two seven so a statistically significant below fowler granted of course you know he does have rubio does have some concha caffeine in him. So that doesn't necessarily surprise me. I also don't necessarily think that that's a bad thing. So for example. Mark sam cronin in the days of advanced analytics. In two thousand fifteen would have had a very negative fouling. G added number. And that would be something that i think. The rapids would have valued or seen significant in helping them at times and the choose numbers that i kind of want a key. N mark are his interrupting and his passing. He has a positive zero point. One five and positive zero point. One eight respectively Point one five interrupting on and then point one five passing and so if we look at it in terms of strikers in attacking midfielders he is tied for sixteen in. Mls so you argue that. He is a decent starter when it comes to interrupting that is indicating that he is a relative to above replacement. He is a pretty good presser when it comes to that and leading that as a centre forward particularly of his size and stature and him being withdrawn where he has a number of players to deal with potentially to centrebacks in a back or a holding midfielder nearby or are we talking about i dunno playing the columbus crew for example if he's in the middle of the four square in the four to three one. You're talking about going up against jonathan mensah. John be who still has never given the ball away and archer. If you're able to press decently against those four you're pretty good. Presser diego rubio would makes life slightly annoying for darlington nagy and then when it comes to passing. He is eight among strikers..
"rubio" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"I'd say at least every single episode of calendar year twenty twenty one mark colorado rapids do not have a big fancy expensive dp striker like of mls team. They have a hard working budget striker. In the form of diego rubio he had a fantastic two thousand and nineteen season albeit in tandem. With kai kamara system has changed. He is primarily the starter in a four three three at times looking like a four to three one. And i think at one point. A couple of games looked like three or four. Three in any case Starting striker false number nine and a player who in one thousand minutes. This year had three goals and four assists after previously scoring eleven goals when there are a lot of other teams whose target striker does most significantly scores a bunch of goals as opposed to a lot of other things that the rapid value their system. Things diego rubio appears to statistically be very good compared to other number nine and false number. Nine's in mls. So i mean this not cynically. What is the point of diego. Rubio is diego rubio actually good can the colorado rapids be successful without having a lot of goal and assist production from the number nine position and ultimately in the system as played with a player in the centre forward. Doing things the was doing. Can the rapids have success in. Mls long-term having that rather than just having a guy with a job is getting the ball and his job is to get ten to fifteen goals. That is the cropping statement for the next twenty or thirty minutes that we are going to try and answer mark. Would you like to start with your initial thoughts slash opening statement on diga rubio or i have a bunch of stats that we can use as the premise. For the start of our conversation will math frame this at the beginning or over the last couple of weeks as the great diego rubio debate and you know when in any great debate society and you take a procon. I was looking forward to matt taking a position so that i could argue. Whatever the opposite was but now that he's put me up front. I will argue I will argue the position. That i actually believe in my heart of hearts and maybe matt will agree with me and there won't be much of a debate in this at all and that's fine. There's nothing wrong with that. I also don't think we can get twenty minutes out of this but i'd be you never know. San diego rubio is pretty much the same guy at age. Twenty seven that he was at twenty five that he wasn't twenty three..
"rubio" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To Clearwater. Former President Trump's impeachment trial next month does not have a fan in Florida Senator Marco Rubio. I think the Troll's stupid I think it's counterproductive. We already have a flaming fire in this country, and it's like taking a bunch of gasoline and pouring it on top of the fire. Rubio spoke to Fox News Sunday, fellow Republican Senator Mitt Romney said the Senate must hold a trial. I believe that what is being alleged in what we saw, which is incitement to insurrection is an impeachable offense, if if not what Isse Romney spoke on CNN cops did not find a Florida man seen at the U. S Capitol riot when they went to arrest him at his Broward County home this week. That's because they say, 26 year old Samuel Camargo had gone back to Washington for President Biden's inauguration. They arrested him there. Sundays lift off of a Space X rocket sent 133 satellites into orbit from a single Falcon nine rocket. One of them carry the ashes of dozens of people. One was those of former CBS News reporter Dave Baird, who covered the last space shuttle launch from the Cape in 2011, and it once wanted to be an astronaut. It's really the best gift I could have ever given him, giving him a lot of gifts in our life, and I know he always treasured anything I gave him, but this is just speaks volumes. His wife, Joyce, spoke to CBS, a middle school history teacher in New York City, was arrested in Brandon, where Deputy say he had sex with an underage girl from Tampa. 31 year old Z. Sean Naqvi faces seven counts. Unlawful sexual activity with a minor. They met online before flying to Florida to meet her in person, deputy say the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play the Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship game. The bus lead the game in the fourth quarter. If they win, they will become the first NFL team to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium. The big game happens in Tampa, February, 7th. Before his news. I'm John the question reaching.
"rubio" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Thing you know about this, Rubio? Yeah. You know you have Tonto. Okay, so you don't follow me. I follow like celebrity people that that happened. The post You know what his job that's reveals job? No. Rubio is his job. You got a celebrity, though. It's not my fault that posting you gotta be on the models all the time. You gotta be on these platforms reveal you've got to stay relevant. Yes. You gotta follow these people. So you know what's going on in the world. I totally agree. He's in finance. He has no reason to follow these half naked women. And I'm not judging the woman from posting. I'm judging the man for ogling like You don't need to follow. What? When your relationship Yeah. Googling Google. It really was ogling. Maybe that's what they say in Mesopotamia, but really Okay, so I got a lot of questions. I got a lot of questions. First question. So you don't follow anybody that he might find objectionable? No, You don't follow anybody who's like shirtless or good looking. I don't know. I don't see them. But they're not on my feet. I don't think so. The second thing is why spend any time looking at who he follows? Is that a common thing for people to do? Because I don't do this sitting there scrolling on instagram and I see him Also you see it that way. You didn't let you go and look at who he follows. Why you Why you looking at what he's looking at? Because we're playing word games on his phone when we go to bed, But he was just scrawling on instagram. And then they pop up. You know what? Don't put this on me over. I'm trying to put this on me If your girlfriend is uncomfortable with who you fuck? Why not Just gonna follow? Why's it Such a big deal? Are you uncomfortable? I guess is my question. Like what does it really matter? These aren't real people that this is just a real people. And like their public you're I mean, we're just beautifully edited photos that make me feel less about myself. And like I say that all the time on my instagram like You know what if you don't feel good about the things I'm posting unfollowed me like, I don't want you to do that. I don't feel good about the things that he's seen, but he doesn't care but it because it's not. He doesn't see it the same way you do. I would imagine he's not comparing to you. It would be my guess They're not even like their massive celebrities. But I mean, then, then I guess my argument Christie would be then why even walk outside He's going to see with his eyes, all kinds of other people who aren't you. I don't know that everything is a comparison. Yeah, Okay. So in your mind, maybe, but in my mind, I compare myself to everybody all the time. So you want him to unfollowed every attract everyone you find attractive on Instagram? No, just the women who are posting naked. Just those you mad that he's donating to their cash up or Venmo that supports that. I'm surprised you haven't brought up yet. Is that you know if you subscribe to any of those pages because you can check your instagram to see what you've recently torches, you're going way out. He wasn't subscribing only fans. How'd you check? You Have his phone? I tell us. I saw it. Take talk on how to check if they follow only fan sites. You're on that algorithm. Oh, boy. I don't know I had. I don't know if I'm sure there are other women doing this. I'm sure I'm sure that other people, you guys And I'm not saying men don't do it, But I usually hear the stories from women about the level of the snoop. The level of you guys go to a different level of Rubio does it to Ruby was one of the girls he did? He does the level of finding it Zee beyond what I can even I even knew. You know you'll you'll look at who is looking at your stuff. You look it. The people that they've searched. Somehow you'll look at new follows. You look at, you know, cash app to see who they're sending money to. I mean, you guys aren't immune to this either. No, I don't think he's cheating like by no means Do I think that I don't want him to be following naked Women on Instagram? That's my only I just don't like it. It makes me uncomfortable. It's every man though. Like that. Do you follow half naked women on IG? I don't follow very many people. Yeah, you follow, like less than 100 people. He's got the most boring this instagram ever. Okay. His feet is boring in his feet is like eight people. So you really didn't see a lot? I don't see a lot. So you're saying that I'm being irrational? Yes. Be honest with me. Yes, I I don't. I don't think it's anything to worry about Commenting like like Tung pictures like that. You know, I'm saying if he ever did that, never was he sending? Is he putting pictures of eggplant in the car? That's right, because that's that would be an issue today. I remember dead. He doesn't think she was just looking at them even. Like hold on. Hold on. Hold on, guys. Paulina. I get the impression Maybe you're on the same page here. No, I agree with Christy. I do because I'm kind of like, what's the point of following them? Like a far as like, You're never gonna get with them, But I'm talking to you like on top of them later on top of all of that. I just feel like you know, I could get a little jealous. I will admit that, but you do know that It's irrational, like like, No, it's not. They could easily message him or like like that's very doing that. But that's that's another level, right looking at and following people, men or women. And then taking it to the point of messaging and corresponding and cheating. I mean that now you're racing like you're really not, You know? Yeah, That's e mean the same thing could be true in real life right. The guy could walk down the street and see how a woman and acknowledge that she's hot and in his mind thinks she's hot, But then it's a whole different step to them. Say Hi. What's your name? I'm golf guy who I wear jeans in bed and I want to go home with you. And I want you to see my jeans. Are you gonna follow a hot woman on the street around a few blocks? No, but you're to follow her on instagram. I just feel like no offense, guys, but I feel like that's thirsty. In my opinion. I don't want to be known as the girlfriend of Mr Thirsty. I'll be crazy. Okay, but then you're then it's okay for you to like everything and say that bad bunny is the hottest person on the planet every day or the or the door and wait different doing. Wait. Look, Dwayne Wade's movie. Did you see who posted on Instagram? There's no difference. It's the same thing. I don't follow Bad bunny even though I love him. I'm very particular who I follow you. Okay? Right here over here. But there's no client. Paulina, you You're looking at all his stuff. You may not follow him. You're looking at all this stuff all the time, Because he's a celebrity. The number one biggest artist in the world. 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"rubio" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Have it every which way so he doesn't object to the certification. But then he doesn't speak out about it like at all speak out against it Afterwards, He's more focused after the insurrection of the capital on some other things than he is on the people responsible. He won't name the people responsible. It's stunning to watch and I just don't get it because I'll give you example. There was a recent Article that we did our news radio W F L A news team did on DeMarco Rubio was in it and the comments on Facebook from listeners you're talking about, you know, far right Republican. Trump supporting listeners. They don't like Rubio. Democrats. Don't I don't know what his constituency is. Yeah, that's what I've always thought about with Rubio and the Santis. Is in a state that's narrow, like are still remains to be, um, I think you have to go back to the you know. What is it about? Look like without trump on it, And I think it goes back to you know Sanchez won by 30 something 1000 Scott. One by 11,002 bad candidates at the top of the ballot s. So what is the Santas and Rubio looked like I still think the Santis is strong. I think that the Florida GOP organization Is eight will protect him. Yeah, I don't know that they will be there for Rubio. I don't know any Rubio Republicans. That isn't to say that in a choice between Marco Rubio and Stephanie Murphy that the Republicans are going to vote for Rubio. I just don't know like Will he make it through the primary? Will somebody like Matt Gates Challenge him Well, and I think that that's part. I mean, I'll make the argument right now. I mean Rubio on the he has the most to lose of the senators on an impeachment vote, because if he does get there You know if it's if he votes to impeach Trump, you know Ivanka is going to get there. You know, Mac AIDS will get there. Mike Walz. Somebody will step up and run against Rubio that he was not Trump Republican or if he doesn't do that, if he doesn't impeach Val Demings or Stephanie Murphy, probably Val Demings. I feel more more like Val Demings may step out and run against Rubio. Um, can you imagine being a member of Congress having to have had to evacuate or shelter in place on Drew Bot didn't impeach that person. Using that just as a as a bludgeon to get at Ruby over the next few years. I think Rubio is really in a bad shape and remember, he's got to depend on Rick Scott. Do you know the relationship is not wonderful there for all that nrsc money I almost could see where you know Scott focuses on all the other states and Buddy Rubio is kind of left. Because think about it that takes care of your competition going 2024 if he does just enough Not more than that and covers his bases. Scott will, you know he'll be fine and lead of Rubio dangling in the wind and anybody you think Scott is incapable of that are calculating like that. Well, you don't know Rick Scott, because I think that makes that makes a lot of sense..
"rubio" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg 11 30. Now. Global News update. President elect Joe Biden is dodging questions about the possibility of House Democrats moving to impeach President Trump again. Biden says he has long believed the president is unfit for office. He adds. He's primarily focused on his transition to the presidency. President elect Biden calling the writers who stormed the capital Wednesday. Ah bunch of thugs. During a briefing in Delaware, Biden called for a full blown investigation and says people should be held accountable. D C is increasing security measures around the capital. Mayor Muriel Bowser says they're getting ready for more protests ahead of the January 20th inauguration of President elect Biden, this time with more federal help. Search and rescue mission underway in Indonesia after a passenger jet carrying 62 people crashed into the Java Sea. That's the latest I'm Cameron Fairchild. You're listening to Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg Radio. I'm June grown. So the day after the election, Missouri Senator Josh Holly, a rising star of conservative populism, declared Republicans in Washington are going to have a very hard time processing this, but the future is clear. We must be a working class party, not a Wall Street party. Holly is right. But continuing to embrace Trumpism goes against the goal, says Bloomberg Opinion columnist Michael Strain, director of economic policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute. And the author of The American Dream is not Dead. But Populism could kill it. And he's here to tell us why. Pills have Republican senators Josh Holly and Marco Rubio are sort of interpreting the election results. Well, I think that there is, I think that they are taking away from Theo the surprising strength of of the president, uh, on the other Republican party generally. As evidence that that the president economic policy were successful, and, um, that they should, you know, kind of rebrand the Republican Party as the party of workers on day. That's a sentiment that both Senator Holly and Senator Rubio expressed that they after the election that the election results Pointed the way to the future and in the future is with the Republican Party is a zoo party of walkers. President Trump often spouted populist theories and pro worker rhetoric. But did he follow through on any of that? Was there anything to back that up? In my view, the president actual accomplishment for the working class are in and really the president. The president's effort don't even seem to have been its focus wasn't really on work that rhetorically itwas You know, I think the major legislative accomplishments of the trump years was the 2017 tax cuts. I'm of the view that that is gonna increase Workerswages. I bet indirectly on the left. You take it well. The problem is that the effects of that tax hasn't been really held back by the trade war. With China and trade hostilities with other nations, and that conflict in the room of international trade has held back investment by businesses which has reduced that spending put downward pressure on productivity. Put downward pressure on workers. Ladies, the president really undone. Good that he tried to do with the corporate tax cut with his trade wars. Even if you look at manufacturing specifically, you know, it's common to hear people argue, you know? Yes, the trade war You know a little bit bad for the economy overall, but it'll do a lot of good for being factory workers. The evidence suggests that Manufacturing employment actually was reduced by the trade war. So even even manufacturing workers haven't benefited from both. And then when you add on the failures that Advanced healthcare security for workers and failure to reduce drug crisis for workers. You know you really You really don't see much that the president or his supporters can point to, in terms of a changeable things they've done to help workers. Senator Hawley and Senator Rubio and many other senators are obviously looking to try to solidify Trump's base behind them. But does it seem as if it's not so much a base because of populist theories, but more because of Personality. They're following Trump because of his personality. Well, I think they have. I think they have an opportunity to actually put some meat on the bones. Here s O if they if they want to turn their whole party into a pro worker party, I think that would be That would be great. And then the Rubio you know, particularly several years ago, had some really good ideas to help workers if they were to move in that direction. I think that would be a departure from From President Trump's policies. It wouldn't be a continuation of the policy on that, I think is is the tree distinction? Secondly, what you bring up is really important. You know what? What will Republican politicians take away from? President success, you know? Well, well, they try toe to mimic his aesthetic. Will they try to, you know, kind of mimic the rhetoric. You know, my hope, of course, is that is that that isn't what we're in for from from the Republican Party. I hope that they try to come up with some Creative solutions to address today's problems and try and implement them again. Recognizing that that wouldn't be a continuation of President Trump's four years, it will be a departure from it. Michael, Thanks so much. That's Bloomberg opinion columnist Michael Strain, director of economic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. And the author of The American Dream is not Dead, but populism could kill it. Here we go again, Another year begins and another year of New Year's resolutions. Unfortunately, data shows that most resolution makers fail and relatively quickly and off cited statistic is at 80% will fail by Valentine's Day. Let's not despair. Bloomberg Opinion editor Sarah Greene Carmichael is here to share her how to guide to crafting New Year's resolutions..