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Biden Purposely Set up Accounts to Avoid Medicare and Obamacare Taxes

Mark Levin

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Biden Purposely Set up Accounts to Avoid Medicare and Obamacare Taxes

"First birthing woman of the United States, actually birthing person in the United States and her dimwitted low EQ husband. They had their account and set up these two s corporations I've told you about before, and actually I learned about it from Christopher Jacobs, First in the Wall Street Journal, then on the Federalist. In order to avoid what in order to avoid paying Medicare and obamacare taxes. For two years at the height of their income. They didn't pay Medicare in obamacare taxes. Biden's families plan. Proposed using Some of the same money to pay for his new entitlement expansions that is Medicare money. And obamacare money, including expansion of obamacare subsidies, estimated to cost 163 billion over 10 years. That would siphon more than two thirds of the revenue that's supposed to be going towards Medicare, so he's going to bankrupt Medicare faster. But don't worry, we can always print He says. We've seen this gimmick before. Obamacare raided Medicare to the tune of 716 billion over a decade to pay for that laws, new entitlements by the way, the Supreme Court was happy without. Oh, sure, of course you can. Right there and constitution. Kathleen Sebelius than the secretary of Health and Human services infamously testified before Congress that there's 716 billion could both save Medicare while funding obamacare. Wow. Of course, that's Absolutely impossible. Only Washington politicians can claim with a straight face to spend the same money twice. Biden, who has spent the last half century in Washington wants to do just that. His budget takes a page out of the Obama play, but so now if you did this on your taxes You'll be going to prison. Now. If Donald Trump did this on his taxes, he be going to prison. Instead, Biden's doing it. On all of our taxes for the whole country, and he's being celebrated.

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"sebelius" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"February, the ninth year some of your other headlines, California may become the next testing ground for the nation's unpredictable politics, where the state may see another recall effort against a Democratic governor. Polls indicate the Gavin Newsom's popularity is dropping and a proposed recall election appears to be on track to qualify for the ballot. Organizers have until March 15th to get 1.5 Million petitions. Signatures needed to get on the Salad. Already. They claim that they have 1.4 million of the tally has yet to be fully verified by election officials and former Obama administration. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. The former Kansas governor is now the new co chair of the National Cannabis Roundtable Secretary Sebelius joining former House Speaker John Boehner, a Republican, on the group's board of directors, the organization pushing for easing Ah federal restrictions on marijuana. Well. The Senate continues to move through the president's Cabinet nominations today, Neera Tanden testified before the Senate Homeland Security Committee. She is president Biden's choice to head up the Office of Management and Budget often referred to his O M B and she apologized for some of the criticism she had previously directed at congressional Republicans expressed regret over some past tweets will have that exchange in just a moment, but first a portion of her opening statement. I owe my presence here to their love and support and to the grit and resilience of my mother, an immigrant from India who was left to make it on her own in America with two young Children after her divorce from my father back, then she faced a harsh choice, stay in the United States and rely on the social safety net or return to India, where she knew her Children. Would face the stigma of divorce. She had faith in this country and made the decision. I believe the courageous decision to stay. We relied on food stamps to eat Section eight vouchers to pay the rent at school. I remember being the only kid in the cafeteria line who used 10 Cent vouchers from the free and reduced lunch program. I remember using food stamps and the grocery store. Within just a few years. My mother found a job, and a few years later, she was earning a middle class Valerie. Soon she was able to buy a home and eventually she saw her Children off to college and beyond. I spent every day grateful for a nation and a government that had faith in my mother. And in me that invested in our humanity and gave me ish fair shot to pursue my potential. As I said before this committee, I'm mindful that my path in life would never have been possible without budgetary choices that reflected our nation's values, many of them made and the very agency I am now nominated to lead. With that, from near a candid she is the president's nominee for the Office of Management and Budget. Senator Rob Portman did question her about past comments and asked if she could actually be bipartisan. Given her track record. The Ohio Republican reading aloud some of her tweets, including quote vampires have more heart than Ted Cruz of reference to the Texas senator and that Senator Susan Collins of Maine is quote. The worst. Neera Tanden responded with an apology. I believe that the tone, the content and the aggressive partisanship of some of your public statement. Have added to the troubling trend of more incivility and division in our public life. And in your case, I'm concerned that your personal attacks about specific senators will make it more difficult to work with him. Just to mention a few of the thousands of negative public statements you wrote that Susan Collins is quote the worst. Tom Cotton is a fraud. That vampires have more heart than Ted Cruz. You called leader, McConnell, Moscow, Mitch And Voldemort and on and on. I wonder specifically, how do you plan to mend fences and build relationships with members of Congress? You have attack through your public statement, Senator I very much appreciate that question. I recognized the concern. I deeply regret and apologize for my language and some of my past language. I recognize that this role is a bipartisan role and I know I have to earn the trust of senators across the board. I will work very aggressively Tonto meet that concern. I know the last four years or last few years have been pretty polarizing on and I hope that we can work to address the country's challenges and a bipartisan and nonpartisan manner. Uh, I appreciate that I upon me to prove that to this committee and to members and I will work as hard to address the concerns of Republican senators as Democratic senators and will be accountable. I want the Ownby to be accountable to Congress and work effectively with you. There are media reports that during November 2020 after the election so late last year, more than 1000 tweets were deleted from your account. Um some of these public statements have been tweet. Are these media reports that you deleted more than 1000 tweets in November advances your nomination accurate And if so, why did you delete them? Senator? I appreciate people's concerns about my tweets. And I've regretted them. And I deleted tweets because I regretted my town and I've deleted tweets over many months. I so but for those concerned about my my rhetoric and my language, you know I I'm I'm sorry, and I'm sorry for any hurt that they've caused. So So you did the lead the tweets. Did you delete them? Because you believe you might be nominated for this job for another job? I deleted tweets over many months because I regretted the tone of my tweets that from Senator Rob Portman, Republican of Ohio, by the way, is stepping down next year, retiring in his exchange with Neera Tanden. He, by the way, has an additional confirmation hearing before the Senate Budget Committee That's slated for tomorrow. The chair of that committee is Vermont Senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. News from the World Health Organization on the origins of covert 19, the W H O announcing today it is quote extremely unlikely that the Corona virus leak from a lab in the Chinese city Wuhan, where the pandemic first emerged. The health organization had sent a team of experts to the region is part of a fact finding mission and the early preliminary conclusion that the virus which has now claimed more than 2.3.

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"sebelius" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on KCRW

"Can adjust payments and see tax estimates and closing costs all in real time. Rocket mortgage rocket can It's 707. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King. I'm David Greene. And I'm Rachel Martin. President elect Joe Biden is moving forward and part of that means explaining how he wants to improve the affordable care act. Here's what he said in a speech yesterday, beginning on January, 20th. Vice President elect Harris and I were going to do everything in our power to ease the burden of health care on you and your family. I promise you that, But before Joe Biden can try to do that the Supreme Court has to decide if the affordable care act is even going to survive. Yesterday. During oral arguments, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh seemed to indicate that they would vote to preserve most of the law, but the court has yet to give its final decision. Joining us now is Kathleen Sebelius. She was the governor of Kansas from 2003 to 2009. She also served as the secretary of health and human services under President Obama, and she was instrumental in the implementation of the A in its early days. Secretary Sebelius. Thank you so much for joining us. Great to be with you, Rachel. So I guess first off, I would ask you about that remark that the vice president just made I don't have to tell you that President Obama had a heck of a time getting the affordable care act through How can President elect Biden expect to expand the without a majority in the Senate? I think Rachel. The Asia in many ways was on the ballot in 2020, and one of the reasons that Vice President Biden will be sworn in as the next president of the United States is that people voted for healthcare. People made it clear over the last 10 years that the raised in the law of the land that they don't want. To lose their health coverage. They don't want to lose their insurance. And in fact, Americans now, unlike the time when President Obama was trying to pass the law, widely believed that preexisting condition should be protected and that all Americans deserve health care. That's a huge step forward. At this point, Do you think expanding the A Wilmington pushing for a public option? It's certainly something that I think president by will propose, he said all during the campaign that that was his plan is something that we tried to put in the law 10 years ago, there were not enough. Democratic votes. Even though there were 60 Democrats in the Senate, I think 10 years later, there's very little question that having a public option as a competitor to the private health plans offered in the marketplace would actually give people in lower cost choice. I mean, we'll see what happens in the Georgia run offs right in terms of control of the Senate. But when it comes to Republicans, who viewed the public option as some people called it a threat to the current health care system. Do you think any of those mines have been changed? Well, I would hope that people have Paid attention in the last 10 years. The public option is a choice that people would have between privately offered health plan in the private market and a More government like plan, which can dramatically lower administrative costs in original. We have exactly that same setup in Medicare. And what we know is Medicare. Right now, Khun deliver benefit packages at a 2 to 3% administrative costs. Most private insurance companies are in the 15 to 20% level, So you get exactly the same benefits. You're just not paying huge administrative costs and Dollars can be spent on health care and improving people's health. I want to ask you about the case before the Supreme Court. I mean, this case has Democrats, Liberals worried that the conservative court would strike down the ET. But even the conservative justices suggested that the case itself isn't strong. What's your response to that? And are you confident the A as a result of what the justices are intimidating right now will remain the law of the land. Certainly hope they will follow what seems to be the pretty universal sentiment among lawyers who look this case that it's a very weak case. I hope the Supreme Court doesn't ride a legislate from the bench. Congress actually left the law in place as they got rid of the individual mandate, so The law has been in operation for 2.5 years since the mandate was gone. The arguments that somehow the law can't stand without the mandate has been proven to be false for the last 2.5 years. I wanna pivot if I couldn't ask you about the state of the pandemic, I mean, you understand the perspective of the federal government as the former secretary of health and human services. You are also a governor. What do you think needs to happen to make sure that moving forward? There is a more coordinated response between states and the federal government, which has been so locking for the past nine months. So I think Joe Biden is doing exactly what governors would expect him to Dio, starting with clear, scientifically driven communication of your clear idea that the federal government will gather and distribute Protective equipment needed by the state's a very transparent process for mobilizing a national vaccination campaign and equitable look. ATT how the distribution system will go, then a governor can respond to that plan. Right now they're really on their own, and I think they will welcome a framework that Has been traditionally how we operate in a disaster in the state does whatever they can, but then calls them the federal government for help that they can't possibly provide within their own state. Kathleen Sebelius, former governor of Kansas, and she also served as the secretary of health and human services from 2009 to 2014 under President Obama. Thank you so much for talking with us. We so appreciate it. Thanks very much for having me..

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"sebelius" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on KCRW

"Kathleen Sebelius, who helped implement the under President Obama. I'm David Greene. And I'm no well king are military veterans being overcharged for home loads. Coming up. We hear from the Dalai Lama. He offers a warning on climate change. And what is the deal with four seasons total landscaping, where the president's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, gave a wild press conference on Saturday Way have reporting from Philly. It is Wednesday, November, 11th. Demi Moore is 58. The news is next. Line from NPR News on Corvo Coleman. In the past 10 days, the U. S has recorded about one million new cases of the Corona virus. Hospitalizations have also jumped. NPR's Giles Snyder reports. The spread of the pandemic has prompted leaders in different states to impose new restrictions. Several states post a new record highs on Tuesday, including Wisconsin, where Governor Tony Evers has signed fresh executive orders urging residents to staying home. The Midwest remains a hard hit region, but Corona virus infections are rising. Elsewhere. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has announced new Corona virus rules, saying This state is reaching the danger zone. NPR's CHILD. Snyder reporting. President elect Joe Biden says President Trump's refusal to accept his loss in the election won't affect Biden's transition plans. NPR's Franco Cardona's reports, Biden is addressing the Trump campaign's efforts to stop him. President elect Joe Biden says he's not concerned about Trump's legal challenges in the Republicans. Who back Um he says nothing is going to stop his transition plans. We're gonna be going moving along. Consistent manner, putting together administration White House In reviewing who were going to pick for the Cabinet positions, the president elect downplayed the idea of filing his own lawsuit in order to force the matter. He scolded Republicans for being intimidated by President Trump and chuckled when asked how he could work with Republican leaders who have yet to recognize him as president elect. He said they will Franco or don't yous. NPR NEWS Wilmington, President Trump's campaign says it's filing a new lawsuit in Michigan. It seeks to stop the state from certifying it's election results. The Associated Press has called Michigan for Joe Biden, who leads there by more than 150,000 votes. The Trump campaign has already lost a different lawsuit that tried to stop the final certification of votes alleging fraud in Detroit. Judge dismissed that case, saying there was no evidence to back up the claim. After days with nothing on his public calendar. President Trump is expected to make a veteran's day trip to Arlington National Cemetery today. NPR's Tamara Keith prepared this report. President Trump has been tweeting and there were the golf outings over the weekend. But the president's publicly released calendar has been remarkably devoid of well anything for days. He last spoke in public on Friday in a briefing room appearance, announced that the last minute he delivered a fuse a lot of false allegations about the election being stolen from him and didn't answer questions. A White House spokesman Judd Deere, says Trump will mark Veterans Day by laying a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery. Trump continues to insist that he will win the election despite President elect Joe Biden, holding substantial and growing leads in key states as the last remaining ballots are counted. Camera. Keith NPR NEWS. This is NPR. The United Nations says about 6000 people have fled Ethiopia into neighboring Sudan. They're trying to escape fighting between Ethiopian federal troops and fighters from the Tigre region. The U. N warns Ethiopia and the neighboring region could be destabilized because as many as 200,000 people could flee into Sudan. Prime minister of Bahrain, one of the world's longest serving prime ministers, has died at the age of 80 for the state news agency reports. Bahrain's King has announced an official week of mourning. Not a home. See has more. Friends, Khalifa bin Salman and belief as long held role as prime minister was characterized by the patronage and favors given based on loyalty to the family for dynasty, which has ruled by then for more than 200 years. Although given credit for modernizing battle for many principles office premiership was represented by corruption and state repression in 2011. When the Arab spring protests swept through the Middle East. Demonstrators in Bahrain protested over the chronic corruption allegations surrounding Prince Khalifa, among other things. Those demonstrations were soon crushed. Prince Khalifa had been suffering from unexplained health problems since at least 2015. State media says he had been receiving treatment at the Mayo Clinic in the United States. For NPR News. I'm not a home.

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"sebelius" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King. I'm David Greene. And I'm Rachel Martin. President elect Joe Biden is moving forward and part of that means explaining how he wants to improve the affordable care act. Here's what he said in a speech yesterday. Beginning on January, 20th, the vice president elect Harris and I were going to do everything in our power to ease the burden of health care on you and your family. I promise you that But before Joe Biden can try to do that the Supreme Court has to decide if the Affordable care act is even going to survive. Yesterday during oral arguments, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Spread Cavanaugh Seemed to indicate that they would vote to preserve most of the law. But the court has yet to give its final decision. Joining us now is Kathleen Sebelius. She was the governor of Kansas from 2003 to 2009. She also served as the secretary of health and human services under President Obama, and she was instrumental in the implementation of the A in its early days. Secretary Sebelius Thank you so much for joining us. Great to be with you, Rachel. So I guess. First off, I would ask you about that remark that the vice president just made. I don't have to tell you that President Obama had a heck of a time getting the affordable care act through How can President elect Biden expect to expand the without a majority in the Senate? I think Rachel. The A in many ways was on the ballot in 2020, and one of the reasons that Vice President Biden will be sworn in as the next president of the United States is that people voted for healthcare. People made it clear over the last 10 years that the raised in the law of the land that they don't want. To lose their health coverage. They don't want to lose their insurance. And in fact, Americans now, unlike the time when President Obama was trying to pass the law, widely believed that preexisting condition should be protected and that all Americans deserve health care. That's a huge step forward. At this point, Do you think expanding the A Wilmington pushing for a public option? Well, it's certainly something that I think president by will propose, he said all during the campaign that that was his plan is something that we tried to put in the law 10 years ago, there were not enough. Democratic votes. Even though there were 60 Democrats in the Senate, I think 10 years later, there's very little question that having a public option as a competitors to the private health plans offered in the marketplace would actually give people in lower cost choice. I mean, we'll see what happens in the Georgia run offs right in terms of control of the Senate. But when it comes to Republicans, who viewed the public option as some people called it a threat. To the current health care system. Do you think any of those mines have been changed? Well, I would hope that people have paid attention in the last 10 years. The public option is a choice that people would have between. Privately offered health plan in the private market and a more government like plan, which can dramatically lower administrative costs in original. We have exactly that same setup in Medicare, and what we know is Medicare right now could deliver benefit packages at a 2 to 3% administrative costs. Most private insurance companies are in the 15 to 20% level, So you get exactly the same benefits. You're just not paying huge administrative costs and the dollars can be spent on health care and improving people's health. I want to ask you about the case before the Supreme Court. I mean, this case has Democrats, Liberals worried that the conservative court would strike down the ET. But even the conservative justices suggested that the case itself isn't strong. What's your response to that? And are you confident the A as a result of what the justices are intimidating right now will remain the law of the land. Certainly hope they will follow what seems to be the Pretty universal sentiment among lawyers who have looked at this case that it's a very weak case. I hope the Supreme Court doesn't try to legislate from the bench. Congress actually left the law in place as they got rid of the individual mandate. So the law has been in operation for 2.5 years since the mandate was gone. The arguments that somehow the law can't stand without the mandate has been proven to be false for the last 2.5 years. I wanna pivot if I couldn't ask you about the state of the pandemic, I mean, you understand the perspective of the federal government as the former secretary of health and human services. You are also a governor. What do you think needs to happen to make sure that moving forward? There is a more coordinated response between states and the federal government, which has been so lacking for the past nine months. So I think Joe Biden is doing exactly what governors would expect him to Dio, starting with clear, scientifically driven communication of your clear idea that the federal government will gather and distribute Protective equipment needed by the state's a very transparent process for mobilizing a national vaccination campaign and equitable look. ATT how the distribution system will go, then a governor can respond to that plan. Right now they're really on their own, and I think they will welcome a framework that Has been traditionally how we operate in a disaster in the state does whatever they can, but then calls them the federal government for help that they can't possibly provide within their own state. Kathleen Sebelius, former governor of Kansas, and she also served as the secretary of health and human services from 2009 to 2014 under President Obama. Thank you so much for talking with us. We so appreciate it. Thanks very much for having me..

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"sebelius" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Illinois, Florida, Texas get out their vote turned those states around. I'm telling you go up there going there. When you hear that expression that liberals heads would explode because you know why. If the president wins us in this and I don't want to jinx it, and let's just I'll just say this once, OK if the president wins and he comes out tonight, like I think he's a goner. And I say this because the liberals with just their heads were just pop all he will be a God. A God. It's like, you know, like you a lot of it like me. I just go. Hey, I know they're going to vote for me has done such a great job. I could give you a list of everything. About here. Come. Here comes Islamic terrorism going out in Europe again. Now the corona viruses down, All right, So now there's beheadings in Europe again. That poor teacher in a niece in France and in Austria last night as I come on, this is now this is gonna happen again. You get you're gonna want what's Joe Biden again? It was Joe Biden get into And I'm telling you if they have if the president wins like that, Oh, it's It's just, you know, he will be. He come out of this. Like he had the virus. He beat the virus that we had the virus. Can you made Nancy Pelosi tomorrow? I don't want to go. I'm not gloating because we have a big long day ahead of us. So please don't misconstrue this, But can you imagine the people a Z in the morning if the president wins gone That's the only if there's no other reason of over battle training. My icecream. I need a nice cream. You wanna give he want again? Ah, yet I get comma like Pamela would have. You know, I'm not crazy about. I'm not crazy about the nicknames that President Trump does, but But Watermelon head is my favorite for Adam Schiff. Is that right? Joe? Is that what it was? It was watermelon Head says he says it. 50,000 Babo, you know, watermelon. And if that doesn't make you laugh that you have no sense of humor. I'm sorry and always not presidential. Well, what is Presidential Joe Biden's shuffling shuffling? Did you see him with Barack Obama has his mask off with Barack Obama? How it critical is that he's got his man discovered. Brag about Brooke and practice going. Please don't touch me, Joe. Please stay away from me Every time like this close to Barack Obama, Barack like, just just leave me alone, Jo. I'm here because I have to be. I don't want to be you. Oh, the drill. Oh, we got to be strong. Okay with Joey Sebelius Year. Alberts. Here, boys. Everybody OK, Jo, You don't Okay? We're doing great. On Election Day, You vote You voted already. I voted. I had to do my absentee about for Pennsylvania. So hopefully my vote Pennsylvania, right? Because that's where your register. That's great. Good for you, man. That is great. One hope, Tanya. Yeah. You know what? I don't think so knows who it was. We had Krista Gollum from our sister station in Philly. And then the gentleman that worked that Joe used to work for down. Giordano is a great Philadelphia personnel. He was on Tucker and he really broke it down like the ground game in Pennsylvania is second to none that I was not aware of that I was not aware that the ground game Was was so meticulous in Pennsylvania for the president. So that's a good thing. And now you're good to go your way. I might put my vote in over a month ago. So yeah, me to meet you. I dropped my wife's off yesterday morning. Very early and we talk about that two seconds called your calls. I see that calls. Everybody's fired up this morning. I got your back. 87797 29 99 wants to call Tell us, you're voting experience. What's it like out there? If you're waiting in line and you're listening to us on the radio? Can you talk about Who you're Jennifer's voting for is that she is she has decided to vote for President Trump. She voted for Hillary Clinton in the last election, just but she said her reasoning was. I just can't see Joe Biden being the president. He's too old. He just doesn't sound good. You know, he forgets a lot of things, you know? And so she was like, I'm just gonna vote. I'm gonna vote Republican the whole way. So that's exactly what she did. Our mayor is running unopposed. So he's going to get in and then yeah, it doesn't matter what Democrats they put against him. He slaughters them every time The guy's been there now for we've been in the town, probably 15 years, and I think he's been the mayor of the entire time. And they were the town was very corrupt before he got in. The Democrats really did a number on the town so interesting. You were a big trump stronghold. Trump will carry Clark without a problem. You know, I'm thinking, too, if they didn't make a play in New Jersey or New York, but I'm telling you, I've never seen support like in the Orthodox community. Did you sigh? I tweeted that out where they just have Donald Trump signs all over in New York in New York? Yeah, promises that the both New York and New Jersey are heavily Democratic police police. They have no idea what they're doing. They wonder why this violence, they wonder why the taxes are astronomical. And and it's because you listen, I was there. I did the same thing. You you vote blindly like that. We're gonna break down by the way all off the races around the country in New York in New Jersey. In Connecticut. Kevin McCall.

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"sebelius" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on RJ Politics

"Keep up that ratio of of being that far ahead in mail ballots, I think it's going to be very difficult for the Republicans to catch up from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. This is RJ politics off. Hello and welcome to RJ Politics. The Las Vegas review-journal's Weekly political podcast on politics reporter Rory Appleton and I'm politics and government editor Steve Sebelius. All right, we have a couple of things to talk about there is a the final debate is tonight again, we we record these on Thursday in the afternoon. So the debate will.

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"sebelius" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Back now on the Dan Bongino ship. So Amy Cockney Barrett the hearing she keeps getting asked about Obama care. I'm sure you've seen the Democrats. Are you gonna vote to repeal Obamacare in this case coming in? Of course, she's not going to answer that. She's not going to give any tips or any hints to sight. Ruth Bader Ginsburg precedent herself. They're just not going to do that. Now here's what's really going on. And Joe Maddon Aegis the audience some buzz, But there is a case right now good mode, making its way to the court that is going to be in the Supreme Court. Supreme Court. Excuse me very soon, Probably by the time any call me Connie Barrett is seated. I believe it's right around November 10th or so. The case isn't Obama CARE Case Calvin California versus Texas and what happened here is This is where it gets a little weird. There was an old Supreme Court case where John Roberts, the dreadful Supreme Court justice, who pretended to be a conservative originalist, right? He saved Obamacare and F I. B versus a billion. She'll hear that name brought up a lot in the Amy Cockney Berk is that's the older case, not the case is going to be in the Supreme Court in about a month. Everybody tracking in the F I. B versus Sebelius case. At the National Federation of Independent Businesses. They sued Kathleen Sebelius, the health and human services secretary, saying, Hey, Obama Care's not constitutional, the individual mandate. Which was enforced by a penalty, meaning individual men that you have to buy Obama care. Remember the original Obamacare law or you're going to be penalized? They said. It's not constitutional. The Constitution I'm listen. I'm summing it up in kind of easy, digestible nuggets. I get it. There's some wonkery here. But this is the simplest way to describe it. Either. You buy Obama care. We're going penalize you that's not constitutional. The Constitution doesn't provide for legal penalties in that basically, the skies this taxes if you don't do something now they do provide legal penalties if you do something You park your double park your car. You're going to be fun, But you did something. There is no provision in the Constitution for not doing something and getting fine. So then, if I be sued the health and human Services secretary in the Obama Kathleen Sebelius saying Obama care can't be Constitution can't find people for not doing something buying insurance. You can't do that. The Republicans get elected and under Donald Trump in the Republican Senate. And Republican House prior to the mid term elections in 2018. They got rid of the individual mandate. They made the penalty for not buying insurance under Obamacare zero. They zeroed it out. Therefore it can't be attacks. Because it zero So the Democrats and the Republicans in this lawsuit coming up that Amy Cockney Barrett's gonna want appearing if she's confirmed. The Republicans cases. Well, if you don't have an individual mandate enforceable by a tax because there is no tax because it's now zero. We got rid of it. Then the whole law will fall apart. And the law. Therefore, his constitutional to the Democrats are arguing no Now, even though there's no tax, and the individual mandate has no teeth, and they repeal that individual man that should be clear has been repealed. The Democrats are saying that several meaning if you view Obama care like a pie And they took a chunk out of it. The Republicans by repealing the individual mandate and zeroing out the penalty to zero that you can still eat some of the pie and Obama care should stand. That's the Democrats case the Republicans are saying no, no, we took so much of the pie. You can't sell the pie. Any Marxism left Obama care's on Constitution. Everybody get it. That's what the severability thing means. The problem with this whole thing is John Roberts, the liberal Supreme Court justice who pretended to be a conservative. To make it through and get appointed by George W. Bush. He said during the original ruling, and F I. B versus civilians that the individual mandate penalty was attacks. Well, what's the problem? The problem is the Obama administration. Never argued that at all. So forget the severability question for a minute. The whole Obama care plan was sold to you on this penalty. At the Obama care people insisted wasn't attacks. While John Roberts a Supreme Court justice completely made up the fact that said, No, no, no, The penalty is attacks. Why Because Robert's understands there is no provision in the Constitution to penalize people for something they didn't do. So Roberts just made it up and said, No, no, no, it's attacks. What did Obama's people say that Here's some video of representative Scott Garrett questioning Obama's former OM Be director Office of Matt Management Budget. About. Hey. There's no such thing as a penalty in the Constitution for not doing something. This is a taxes that's not attacks. One point you did just say that there are no tax increases for those folks who are making under $300,000 so families under 250,000 individuals under 200 K. So if I'm a part of a family that does not buy health insurance and violation of the president's healthcare program on do I have to pay Because of that? That is not a taxing. That's not a tax on May the affordable care act saves money. I understand that, But is that a tax on me then if I do not play with that, or is that not attacks? I'm not sure I'm following the question, You said there's no tax increases or people make under $250,000. If I make under $250,000, and I do not buy buy health insurance, as I'm required to under the affordable Health care act is that attacks on me or is that not attacks and well, this is a moment ago, you said. There's no tax in there. That's not attacks. Now that's not attacks. Okay? That's just wanna be clear clear on that, because that's not the argument that administration's making The administration of the Obama administration through their solicitor general argued in court. No, no, The Obama care penalty is definitely attacks, and then they went out front of the American people in front of Congress as soon Oh no, it's definitely not a tax because they knew saying they were going to tax tax hike, But attacks like on the American people to obamacare was politically not palatable, so they lied about it. Amy Cockney. Barrett is the one who is called John Roberts out on this. This is why they keep saying in the hearing the Democrats. They're trying to create a schism between Barrett and John Roberts because they want to create strife before she sits on the Supreme Court. Amy Cockney Barrett his question John Roberts judgment because Robert's reinvented the penalty and said it was a tax despite the Obama administration on the record arguing in front of Congress. It's not attacks. You may say. Well, Even Obama's team argued.

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"sebelius" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Cause he tells us what he thinks. And he made it clear that he wants his Supreme Court and this nominee to join him and eliminating the affordable care act. This is his litmus test. How many times we heard it. How many times we heard his criticism of chief Chief Justice Roberts for failing to strike down Obama care when he was running for president, then candidate Trump tweeted quote. If I win the presidency, my judicial appointments will do the right thing. Unlike bushes, appointee John Roberts of Obamacare think it would meet what it mean. If the Republicans wish to strike this down all the people who would lose their coverage, which we have heard. Recounted repeatedly this morning and well here. Even more Republicans in Congress have been obsessed with repealing Obamacare for years. They don't have the votes to do it. They couldn't get it done in the house. They couldn't get it done in the Senate, thanks to three brave Republicans, including John McCain, and now they've got to rely on the court to do their work. Judge Baird your On the record. You weren't an article in which you criticized the Unified versus Sebelius case where Chief Justice Roberts was the deciding vote of holding the Now your nomination is moving forward at unprecedented speed. So what's at stake? We show you what a stake here. Want you to meet Kenny Murray from Tinley Park, Illinois and his family unless The year I had a privilege of meeting the family and my Washington office. Here's a picture of Sue Can their daughter Maddy and their son, Kenny. Sue and Kenny Murray told me there's that their son Kenny, was diagnosed in utero with multiple complex congenital heart defects. Before his first birthday, Kennedy can he had To open heart surgeries that advocate Children's hospital outside of Chicago. He had surgery for the third time in 14 months of age four months of his young life. You're staying in the pediatric I C U and his health bills had reached a million dollars. When Kenny was born.

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"sebelius" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And so so, Joe, But you're young. You're young you and you're a millennial. What do you think about the legalization? I'm very against it. I am very anti drug. I didn't grow up around drugs. So admittedly, my knowledge of drugs is very minimal. But from what I know about it, I don't like it. I am very much against my friends laughing is pressuring Joseph Delia. I know, but like more to Jerry Lewis. Exactly exactly. No, I mean, I understand that there's medical benefits for if you want to use it in a medical setting under a doctor's supervision, you know, to relieve pain or whatever if that's your last resort. Then I understand it, but I don't want to be hanging around people who are always Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, I I just don't want that again, and I think it's better that they put it on the ballot for the voters to decide as opposed to the Legislature because there was so many different back and forth arguments about in the Legislature. It almost certainly would not have passed. Had it been in the Legislature, give it to the voters and let them decide. Goodyear. Put it on. Obviously, a lot more people are gonna come out and vote. Hopefully they have turned the bigger issue here is the ballot itself because people are going to forget to turn the ballot over. You're in the voting booth. It's right there in front of you. You see the questions the ballot you have to turn over. So make sure that you do that that support whichever way you vote yes or no. It's so true. Thank you out. Thank you, Joe. Joe Piscopo on the radio. 7 49 right now. Debbie is here. I don't know what my old fishing with the marijuana thing in jersey We're voting for it. And then I was right. It's good. You put it to the people, but I give you I could just see a stake of everybody Stone, you know, not at all. Now I'm not into that. You know what I'm saying? Like, like Joe Sebelius said, for medical purposes. I totally understand if somebody's in pain. I totally understand medical. But other than that, just to get high and I mean, it's ridiculous. I just It just makes no sense to me. It's killing your brain cells to look at that Debbie doing Debbie came on the road right now. 10 minutes before eight o'clock on Am 1970 the answer. And then they'll be driving. Hi. I'll have a lot more to talk about. Good morning to you. Joke of morning out. Good morning, Joe Civilian. Let's take a ride to the Garden State Parkway. It's busy north at 1 14. It's a car fire, and it's over in the local lanes. Some stop and go Traffic on 78 West Matics at 48 Accident of Fuel spill getting right into Springfield. That's what's causing the delay there. Traffic moving.

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"sebelius" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Him. If you ain't voting for me, you ain't black that that was such a mistake. In such a problem, however lightning do you know what the comeback some Democrats have had to that Cameron speech? No. What's the comeback? And this is one of the things that ends up happening in these things. But the comeback is that's nice. Come. You haven't arrested anybody that killed Briana Taylor yet. He's the attorney general in Kentucky. So there's always a thing. There's always a slam that is always a slam back, and you just sort of go on. That's what happened last night at the RNC, and there was a whole lot of stuff going on, Um Let's go over a little bit in and one of the reasons why I want to go over. It is because I think there was a lot of interesting decisions that was made by the RNC last night. Some good maybe some. Not so good. I don't know, but Let's start with this lighting. I know the one speech. You were absolutely adamant you wanted to see was Melania's speech. Did you give that thing a grade yet? And I great it. Yeah, I wasn't even trying to grated. Did you like it? Not liked. I liked it. Yeah. I mean, I thought that it was I like that I thought was classy. I liked her comment about how Basically, she didn't want to waste any time attacking the other side because she saw what happened a week ago, and and that's not helping any. I think that was your best long. I thought that was brilliant. We've talked about that like then. Andrew Yang tried to warn Democrats like Donald Trump is not our problem. We can't just keep talking about him and everyone sit down. They just keep ripping Trump because they cannot help themselves. But what Melania has it right, which is that? I want to see your ripping other people like Let's just talk about where we're at where I'm at what we need to be doing. What? What? I hoped to get across etcetera. And she did that which was great. There was some pickups in there. There was some stuff. There was good. Some other stuff that was like, Yeah, I don't know. I like the law when she was talking about the suffragette stuff. Women getting the vote. I thought that was pretty effective. The 19th amendment, he told a story about Being in on that trip to Africa and how the guy had told her riveting stories about slavery, and I thought that was pretty good. Then she told that story about being in Belgium and finding out that the kid that needed the heart transplant. It had gotten art. On and I I thought that one was weird because she never really finished it. Like I kept waiting to hear that she stayed in contact with him that the kid's doing well, like she just said that they'd heard He got a hard and she couldn't stop thinking about him. Okay? But where? Where is that like? I How do you get the payoff in that story for me, But overall, I thought Melanie did very well what I want to ask you lightning, though. Optics are everything. What did you make of the cat walk to the podium that she did with the long camera shot Following her? I was I was actually gonna lie. I was watching her legs to see if she did the crosswalk like the runway model Cross walk. I was, That's all I was thinking about. I mean, that's what all anybody was thinking by me. Wow, The former model is going to do this. They have set this up where she's gonna have this long. Walk down a sheet. If you got it, you got it own it. You know what I'm saying? You know what? Flawed it. I like it. You know, I was into it. I was, like, totally analyzing the outfit. I was analyzing the walk. I was like the outfit. That's what Ah $2500 jacket or something. I read. No. Was it a McQueen? Alexander McQueen thing? I don't know. Whatever made me tell you're talking about fashion is hilarious. It's almost like when you let me keep going. I almost did it just like you keep going and see if you would. Somebody said it was made by McQueen and I'm like Steve McQueen and I have been gone for a while. Hobbit. Stop it. I I honestly didn't love the outfit. I It seemed a little bit too. Listen, I'm looking for militant to me. I would have liked Maura vah ee. I don't know I would have liked like a really nice I can't just not that I didn't like the color it was too militant for May. It wasn't terribly. She look fantastic, though. She looked great, and she looks great, but I feel like whatever she wears, but it wasn't my favorite outfit by her. So that's I mean That's my take on the outfit. All right, 617 to 66 68 68 your thoughts on day two of the RNC and I'll I'll hit you with a couple of questions. If you're the party planner last night for lack of a better term, if you're organizing this thing, Iike this three things that you got. Ah, Would you have done it the way they did it would would you have done in these three circumstances number one is would you have had Mike Pompeo appear and make a speech for the president? This has caused all the Hatch Act stuff because no sitting secretary of state before apparently is has spoken at these things. And when you are part of the administration, and you have national security Issues. They generally not generally, it's it's This has been the rule up until this point. You do not speak now. It's not Impossible that a Cabinet secretary speaks as we found out everybody that screaming and yelling about our how outrageous this was quickly then found out that Kathleen Sebelius spoke in 2012 while she was HHS secretary. So it has happened before, and it has happened on the Democratic side. However, this is the secretary of state, so One Should Pompeo have testified to The swearing in ceremony. Lightning. Yeah, you're nay on that. It's a bit too flashy for May. Like I'm saying it kind of just seems like look at us. Look what we're doing. It just seemed a little more. I don't know I was. I guess I'll say nay nay on it. What I always tell you is you gotta look at these things, Not when your guys doing it, but you gotta picture him when the other side is doing it..

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"sebelius" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This election looks to be different from prior elections and all sorts of ways but one of them just the way we vote, And there's the dispute right now for the Postal Service. You've been very active, getting younger voters out with your next Gen. America. Project at the same time, it's going to be hard to do that on college campuses this time. How does it change your efforts? Well, David next Gen. America is the largest youth voter mobilization effort in American history. It's eight years old. And you're right in 2018 in the midterm elections next, Gen. Was on over 420 college campuses, including specifically community colleges, and historically black colleges and universities. We're on zero today. We went 100% virtual on March 10 because of the Corona virus. We believe that our virtual organizing of people between 18 and 35 will be more effective than we've ever been. We believe and I personally believe, and that's why I started next year. Young people voted half the rate of other American citizens. It's the biggest generation in American history. It's the most diverse generation in American history. We believe they have the power to transform this country with their voices and their votes, and we've been trying to give them the tools to do just that. And I believe 2020 is going to be the year when they show up in a way that nobody expects. Absolutely. We're going to see a youth turnout that beats history, historical records and absolute transforms our politics. That's what I'm hoping for. That's what I believe in. That's what next Gen work for every single day. I think that they're going to behind the behind the Biden Harris stick it in a huge way, and we're going to see something on November 4th that we've never seen before. Which is a transformation of American society. In a completely good way, Tom will those young voters or for that matter, voters across the entire country. Will they turn out physically or will they mail in their balance? And what does the Democratic Party do in a situation where apparently there's increased confusion, not clarity over the way our votes will be counted? I think that's overwhelmingly is going to vote by mail. I don't think there's any question about that. I think that we're people going to have to make sure they do what they're going to be careful about it. A lot of this is going to be making sure that you put your vote in a position. Where for? Sure he's going to get counted. And I know the president is muddying the water and is trying to do things to suppress the vote, obviously, but I believe the American people are smart. I believe will be organized amongst ourselves. The Democratic Party for sure will be trying to make sure that we have a democracy. Democracy. The first right in a democracy is for every citizens equal right to vote to take that away. Ashamed. It's not gonna happen. The American people are going to be organized and we're going to show up. We're going to take back the country and our votes are going to get count. That was Tom Steyer, former Democratic presidential candidate coming up settling the health care debate within the Democratic Party. You talk to former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius about the evolution of Biden's healthcare plan. That's next on Wall Street Week on Right now, Doctors Without borders, medical teams are operating and some of the most remote and dangerous corners of the world. One front yards become front lines when disaster Rapps when disease rages when communities collapse on the crisis at the crossroads of conflict. In epidemic where there are no hospitals. That's where we operate way go, where conditions are the worst because that's where.

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"sebelius" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Even if they don't always agree on what to do about it. Joe Biden was central to former President Obama's affordable care act signed into law on March 23rd 2010. If elected Democratic nominee Biden plans to build on the assault on the affordable care act will continue until it's destroyed. Taking insurance away for more than 20 million people, including more than 15 million people on Medicaid during the primary season. Progressive Democrats like Senator Bernie Sanders push for an alternative Medicare for all, Joe Biden's plan stopped short of that, while protecting those with pre existing conditions and providing a Medicare like public insurance option in an effort to lower drug prices binds plan would repeal the current law that bans Medicare from negotiating lower prices with drug manufacturers. And would limit price increases for brand and generic drugs. Kathleen Sebelius served as the HHS secretary under President Obama and implemented the affordable Care act. I asked her about the approach the Democratic Party is taking toward health care policy, David It's good to be with you, and I think that what you're seeing is is sort of an evolving approach that's likely to continue to evolve, which is good news. Um There is ah, a unifying principle of the Democratic Party that we saw in the last 50 years, which is a belief that all Americans deserve a right to healthcare and so Medicaid and Medicare. We're past that Children's health insurance was passed. Favorable care act was passed all with Democratic Residents putting a stake in the ground to move further and further tour universal coverage. And I think we're continuing that journey. The campaign basically the primaries halted With Cove it in in March, and the the Biden campaign had staked out a improvement of the affordable care act as solidifying A lot of the issues that the Trump administration has eroded in the last three years, even though they couldn't manage to repeal the Affordable Care act, which was one of Trump's promises. They have definitely cut it with 1000 knives. And he also I think staked out a very robust public option plan and lower Price, lower administrative costs option for people to choose in the marketplaces and a lower age for Medicare recipients to be able to sign on to Medicare. Moving the age from 65 to 60. Well, that was the position in March, a CZ you say Bernie Sanders had and Medicare for all before supported the comma. Harris was longer transition but eventually ending up with Medicare for all. Now what we have is a pretty robust Biden plan on the website. You have a unity document, which is the Sanders delegates and the Representatives of Joe Biden's health policy team. Meeting over Syriza times and putting out some proposals that I was a blue Even further down the road on a plan for universal coverage and particularly pay attention to the millions of people who have lost coverage because of covert 19 people lose their jobs and they lost health care. Sarah States that still have refused to expand Medicaid and they are still not and huddled any benefit so their plans to again Take a very careful look at where we are at the time that the new president sworn in and move as quickly as possible to ordered not only filling in the gaps, but I think having a robust public option and looking at ways that the individual to live in states where the Politics are preventing people from getting affordable health care. They would have a very affordable option. Do we know how much this will cost two really buttress obamacare and moved toward making wrong? Are we putting any costs against that and how we're going to pay for it? But I think there are a whole variety of proposals again. There were during the course of the primary that talk about closing some of the tax loopholes moving Some of the financial issues that are currently in the private sector into the public sector. But I think one of the things Davis as that I would love to see us do as a country. And certainly some of the actuaries. Do we always talk about cost as if it's a net Nero game that if we ensure more people in America It will cost X amount. What we don't ever do is say, how lunch across if we don't move in that direction if we leave large portions of our population, uninsured or underinsured, What is the cost of that? I think what we're seeing with code 19 and the miserable way this administration has handled. This response is there is an enormous costs. In productive ity of our communities in the opportunity for our content me to move forward if we don't get health care right? That was former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius..

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"sebelius" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"sebelius" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"You know when 2021 you're going to see the camera, you know, they put the camera in and President Biden will be there looking around, not know it's gonna be so set and around him, you'll see possibly receded to leave an AOC Jerry Nadler, Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi. This is going to be the cabinet. Kamala Harris, the attorney general of the United States of America. That's what's going to happen. And then how do you I can't let my daughter going to New York now because of Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo there, they could care less about the citizens of New York. They lecture us. They tell us what to do what business can open what business can open. You got to do this. You have to wear a mask. Governor, you know, wearing a man's going to George, You know, you have to wear a mask. Who are these people that tell us what we can do and what we can't do. We're paying them. The lowest rung on the ladder of humanity is a politician. Never forget that the lowest rung you are nothing. You are a public servant. You are a servant to the people. Somehow we've created this whole environment where politicians are now royalty. I'm the governor. Yes, Senator. Oh, hello, Senator. I'll get out of here. It's a it's a job. That is the lowest of life. It's like it's just above me. But don't tell me now there are some who are brilliant and wonderful and carrying public servants who really do care about us, But you could count them on one hand you really can in the United States of America. Now politics has become an industry in Washington, D C. It's an industry in Washington, DC, They don't care about you and I They get into like the twilight zone down there into D. C and they moved their souls. Their souls are ripped out of their hearts and they don't care about you and I, It's about power, and it's about control and it's about what we tell you what to do. They have no concern for us. And how did we get here? And why don't they vote like the day and they never will, Because they're not going to vote themselves. You know, term limits. They're not gonna vote terms. This should be turned limits. You should if you're caught, it's like what the forefathers wanted to do with my right or wrong. You watch my farm. I'm going to go to Washington to vote and I'll be right back. Now It's like an industry. They'd been there 40 years. Oh, and you're telling me is not a vital vital election coming up, but we'll get there. So help me. God, I am I feel instinctively if I can give you some hope, 7 15 right now. And proud to take commissioner Mark Morgan kind enough to join US acting Commissioner of the U. S customs and Border protection. He's fired up. He's he's doing a great job. Mark Morgan is in his gaze fired up, Tell it what to do. I feel in October. I don't know what's gonna happen. Something's gonna happen were and and the president walks in and not telling you. What if the president gets really if you re elect if you if America gets reelected because it's America against Antifa, That's really who were we do you want you want Antifa you want you want Lori Lightfoot in Chicago. You want Portland. Then you vote Democrat. I'm telling. I'm sorry to be that blunt. That's exactly what it is. You want a vote for America or Boy Gang, and then you see what happens. The still it's such an important election and I feel we will get there. But the fight is just and we have to stay vigilant. Anthony Pope on this show Jeffrey Lyons and Mike Gallagher is goingto Ah, jump on a papa John's Papa John's Pizza. Yes, that John is going to join us. John Schneider is going to join us. And Michael Goodwin, the brilliant chief political columnist for The New York Post, and it's Piscopo with, uh, Joe Sebelius. Hi, Joey. How you doing this morning? Well, how are you, Joe? Good. I'm good. I'm fired up, man, but I'm not fired up. I just want explain. I feel like I have to explain every morning. Common sense wise, what's going on? You know, we believe in the country would believe in what's going on. And that, by the way, Mike Pimp a one in a play a clip of a secretary of state, my campaign speech against China. This's monumental news and you're not getting here. He made a monumental speech. We have got China in check. With this administration, Chinas and and you know the president and our president and president. You were very close and you see them shaking hands and they were buddies. And then they made this nice trade deal. Then the virus was spewed upon us that the words spewed is appropriate and I propose And and now now might be a payoff suite. If you get a chance to read it just flick through it. My compares China speech. It was, it was classic. It was classic and at the end, and we just said it's time it's time. You know, distrust and verify, Remember, Remember? With trusted. Verify That was a Ronald Reagan line in regards to the Soviet Union. And the micro Bears a distrust. Don't trust shot. You can't trust up. You can't trust them. Oh, my Lord. And so they check out that speech. If you get a chance, because it really it really was great. Mark Morgan's going to join us in your phone calls. Always at 877970 29 99 give us a phone call on the radio love to have you there. So, yes, I went to digital shopping yesterday with Olivia. Me, my girls. I am like the home body. We went there got everything. Oh, and you know, I just we did I do. I'm a bonzai shopper out your quick shopper when you go in Yes. Could you operate food shopping yet? You quit Want what is with the staring guys in the middle of the ill that I keep talking about they just stopping the They're confused that list that their wife has given them And they can't figure out how to get or Oh, there's this money, paper towels. I could go. I am really I don't know what it is. I know where I'm going. I take that court of flying and I don't get in my way. I got my mask on ambushing. You got my gloves gloves, too. Oh, yeah. The supermarket police, you know, and I would go through and I'll go past and I and I look and there's a guy just got any. I don't go there because you can't I don't want anybody near me, You know, Pandemic or not? I was always like that. Then I go back. And and I I will be done shopping in that one guy will still be the same vile staring at the goods. You know, Joe, you're a young kid. I mean, just mom taking care of you. You don't go. You don't go shopping like that would have been. What Millennials do for food these days. Grub up, Grubhub wa Wow. I avoid grocery shopping like the plague. I'd rather I'd rather lose a limb that Yeah, I know. People are like that. I don't do not mind it, but you've got to be quick. If you're gonna go in there. Hey, it's Joe on the radio's 1970. Commissioner Mark Morgan is going to join us. We're going to get into it with the Commissioner of the acting Commissioner of the United States, Customs and Border Protection Right here. I think I'm nice. 70. The answer. Susie Cerone is out there on a Friday working for you. Chicken traffic in for Debbie do him on the day of 9 70 The answer. Dot com. Hey there, Joe. Good morning..

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"sebelius" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"sebelius" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"The icy use, it's pressed older populations. It will change these people go home. These people infect their parents and their grand parents. Those people get sick. They end up in the I C U and they either die or they take it from somebody else That could have used him. That guy is not in by the way, his cohorts they're not delivering news. They're cheering for death. They're making sure that you are not happy. With your the that you are not happy with death rates going down that you stay scared because as this, Slappy points out Is that those people are going to go home and infect somebody and then infect somebody and they're going to the hospital and on a ventilator and then die. You have to be scared. You can't get happy. What you you can't even find a little comfort. And the fact that death rates are going down. They won't let you And if you remember Just yesterday. Two headlines. Death rates in Arizona spiking No death rates in Arizona aren't spiking. That is That's the fallacy hears is what's happening. Please understand they're going back and looking at dust if gets and seeing where there's an asterisk. Calling it Cove. They will not let you Drop your shoulders a little bit. Feel good about some see a little light at the end of the tunnel, even if it's a really long tunnel. We see a little light. We feel good about that. Like, okay. You know something? Death rates going down. This is cool. All right, But it's goingto do this. You gotta follow the rules. We're going this restaurant. I gotta wear a mask. And when I when I done yet But at least we see some positivity here, right? Oh, no. Here comes the meat. So after the virus has become more dangerous because it can infect more people. It's more easily able to take route into community. So is being in a worse way. It's changing in a worse way. Yeah, I can't explain it, but it's out in the community in staging in the worst way. Or sweet. This is going to be catastrophe. A barn catastrophe just to say, Hey, look at the death rate now is is extremely superficial. Does the us need another stay at home order? The virus continues to rage like this. We have no choice. That was Kathleen Sebelius. By the way, you remember her, the director of Health and human Services under the Obama administration once she a peach. So let me tell you something, man all Obama care. It was all her as we have no choice of the White House and their calculation this about trying to instill a sense of normalcy. Then we all know that life can really feel like it's back to normal. Can't feel Americans can't feel that they have the virus and we have absolutely zero.

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"sebelius" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"sebelius" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Fortunately representative Gabbard got it wrong Kathleen Sebelius did not write my plan she's endorsed it as being one of the plans that is the best to get us to a place where everyone can have access to healthcare in America in a good response from quite calmly did not have a great night last night no Gavin I thought did very well and to give you another example of what she was doing with bite and later on in the debate now Gabbar is very anti war me she's very much on the the sort of pacifist side of things that she was served in the military on she's a pacifist per se but she is very much on the non interventionist side of this argument just one of the many interesting aspects about hers is fascinating yeah she really is a fascinating chess changed dramatically yeah you know ideology I don't know her history she was very much involved in the I guess you'd call it now the anti L. G. B. T. Q. I a two plus good commuting and she was just as a point of like her dad was a big activist in this world and and she was appearing at dinner even that was sort of a conversion there yeah type of situation and hear you yeah so like you know one way the you might be now that we're talking way to the right of not only the Democratic Party really where the Republican Party is at this point and she's gonna have this big conversion moment and believe me if he if I did names or is V. P. you'll start hearing a lot about that one because I don't think the LGBT Q. I a two plus community I'm not gonna let her have this conversion I don't think but beyond that later on in the debate they went to her I someone who is up very much opposed to intervention when it comes to foreign affairs and aster Hey Joe Biden voted for the Iraq war how do you feel about that you served over there how do you feel about him sending you over the war and she said you know what we've all been fooled we were all fooled by the intelligence we were all fooled by what they did in the bush administration did and said take a shot a fight and she very in a very nimble fashion sandwiches over and went after bush and gave Biden no responsibility for his own fault which is pretty amazing so she did I thought she did a very good job last night that I did the one third grades for the debaters since seven there's any any here that you would disagree with I had the plaza de Minas at worst in the field I had been it Angela brandy guy grade for the blouse you might've been F. might even if I I would have your generous there if I'm at a D. minus you know I'm close to an F. the only reason I didn't give a minute his because he he was noticed okay you know somebody my Elise yeah he's going after the socialists boat he was the furthest left in that field and I think he was trying to do that so he can accomplish something he was trying for then it I gave a D. now Bennett I give a D. lot not because of the points he made which some of them were very good but because I don't think he was I think is in line with a party and also his presentation is not good he's he's not a good candidate so he struggles in this sort of format I also think that he was not as convincing as like a delay Anne was the night before when it comes to making the moderate points deliver and I also gave a D. which I think is incredibly incredibly generous I mean I I it's almost like I guess you get a tax deduction for the charitable that great of a D. for Kerr sensual around Jay Inslee a give a deep loss and I don't really give a deep losses because of the credibility other people gave him he was terrible he could have given him he could have been the half on his own the issue though they kept going back to him and saying you know he you know I'm just like Jay Inslee on the climate and that helps with that audience so the fact he was at least credible to that audience I gave him a D. plus Cory Booker I am definitely south of almost everybody on this one I think Cory Booker sucks I think he's great so I don't know how I don't know what I'm seeing that they're not seeing I think you so fake and and smarmy office Offaly's unlikable and I'm like a bowling when after Biden completely unfairly multiple times I don't like fighting men but it's like please try to be fair are you Booker C. minus Harris and bite and I gave both see pluses so that's a big downgrade for Harris it's a slight upgrade for biting I thought but it was a little bit better in this one a little bit more on top of it Harris was much worse she was lost a lot of times and was getting hit from other directions she seemingly did prepare for though if she watched the Glenn Beck television program or news the White matters she would've been prepared for his talked about it injury Yang I give a be minus no Yang has one point he writes we have of radio like when the DJ is getting sick of the Salim Dion song the audience is just getting to the point where they're starting to like it I am sick of the one thousand dollars a month thing from Yang though I don't think most people know what he's trying to play the hits yeah I thought he did a much better job this time he was pretty pretty good and at least got his voice out there Castro I gave a B. he's boring but he's got I think competence stream to these very boring very extreme slash right on the border he's a.

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"sebelius" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"sebelius" Discussed on WTVN

"Senator Harris fortunately representative Gabbard got it wrong Kathleen Sebelius did not write my plan she's endorsed it as being one of the plans the best to get us to a place where everyone can have access to healthcare in America in a good response from Karkala did not have a great night last night no Gavin I thought did very well and to give you another example of what she was doing with bite and later on the debate now Gabbar is very anti war me she's very much on the the sort of pacifist side of things now she was served in the military on she's a pacifist per se but she is very much on the non interventionist side of this argument just one of the many interesting aspects about her she's fascinating yeah she really is a fascinating chess changed dramatically yeah you know ideology I don't know her history she was very much involved in the I guess you'd call it now the anti L. G. B. T. Q. I a two plus good community and she was just as a point of like her dad was a big activist in this world and and she was appearing at the you know even that was sort of a conversion thing yeah type of situation and hear you yeah so like you know one way the you might be now that we're talking way to the right of not only the Democratic Party really where the Republican Party is at this point and she's gonna have this big conversion moment and believe me if he if I did names or is V. P. you'll start hearing a lot about that one because I don't think the LGBT Q. I a two plus community they're not gonna let her have this conversion I don't think but beyond that it around in the debate they went to her as someone who is up very much opposed to intervention when it comes to foreign affairs and aster Hey Joe Biden voted for the Iraq war how do you feel about that you served over there how do you feel about him sending you over the war and she said you know what we've all been fooled we were all fooled by the intelligence we were all fooled by what they did in the bush administration did and said take a shot a fight and she very in a very nimble fashion sandwiches over and went after bush and gave Biden no responsibility for its own vote which is pretty amazing so she did I thought she did a very good job last night that I did the winter did grades for the debaters since seven there's any any here that you would disagree with I had the plaza de Minas at worst in the field I had been it Angela brandy going great for the plus you might have an F. might even if I I would have your generous there if I'm at a D. minus you know I'm close to an F. the only reason I didn't give a minute his because he he was noticed okay you know somebody my Elise yeah he's going after the socialists boat he was the furthest left in that field and I think he was trying to do that so he can accomplish something he was trying for Bennett I gave a D. now Bennett I give a D. lot not because of the points he made which some of them were very good but because I don't think he was on these in line with the party and also his presentations not good he's he's not a good candidate so he struggles in this sort of format I also think that he was not as convincing as like a Delaney was the night before when it comes to making the moderate points deliver and I also gave a D. which I think is incredibly incredibly generous I mean I I it's almost like I guess you get a tax deduction for the charitable great of a D. for Kerr sensual around Jay Inslee a give a deep loss and I don't really give a deep losses because of the credibility other people gave him he was terrible he could give him he could have a laugh on his own the issue though they kept going back to him and saying you know he you know I'm just like Jay Inslee on the climate and that helps with that audience so the fact he was at least credible to that audience I gave him a D. plus Cory Booker I am definitely south of almost everybody on this one I think Cory Booker socks and will think he's great so I don't know how I don't know what I'm seeing that they're not seeing I think you so fake and and smarmy office awfully son likable and I'm like a bowling when after Biden completely unfairly multiple times I don't like fighting men it but it's like please try to be fair are you Booker C. minus Harris and bite and I gave both see pluses so that's a big downgrade for Harris it's a slight upgrade for biting I thought but it was a little bit better in this one a little bit more on top of it Harris was much worse she was lost a lot of times and was getting hit from other directions she seemingly did prepare for though if she watched the Glenn Beck television program or news white matters she would've been prepared for because talked about it injury Yang I give a be minus no Yang has one point he writes we have of radio like when the DJ is getting sick of the Salim Dion song the audience is just getting to the point where they're starting to like it I am sick of the one thousand dollars a month thing from Yang though I don't think most people know what he's trying to play the hits yeah I thought he did a much better job this time he was pretty pretty good and at least got his voice out there Castro I gave a B. he's boring but he's got I think competence stream to these very.

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"sebelius" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"sebelius" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Fortunately representative Gabbard got it wrong Kathleen Sebelius did not write my plan she's endorsed it as being one of the plan is the best to get us to a place where everyone can have access to healthcare in America in a good response from Karkala did not have a great night last night no yeah but I thought did very well and to give you another example of what she was doing with bite and later on the debate now Gabbar is very anti war me she's very much on the the sort of pacifist side of things now she was served in the military on she's a pacifist per se but she is very much on the non interventionist side of this argument just one of the many interesting aspects about her she's fascinating yeah she really is a fascinating just changed dramatically yeah you know ideology I don't know her history she was very much involved in the I guess you'd call it now the anti L. G. B. T. Q. I a two plus good community and she was just as a point of like her dad was a big activist in this world and and she was appearing at didn't even that was sort of a conversion yeah have a situation and hear you yeah so like you know one way the you might be now the word on the way to the right of not only the Democratic Party really where the Republican Party is at this point and she's gonna have this big conversion moment and believe me if he if I did names or is V. P. you'll start hearing a lot about that one because I don't think the LGBT Q. I a two plus community it was discovered they're not gonna let her have this conversion I don't think but beyond that later on in the debate they went to her I someone who is up very much opposed to intervention when it comes to foreign affairs and aster Hey Joe bite in voted for the Iraq war how do you feel about that you served over there how do you feel about him sending you over the war and she said you know what we've all been fooled we were all fooled by the intelligence we were all fooled by what they did in the bush administration did and said take a shot a fight and she very in a very nimble fashion sandwiches over and went after bush and gave Biden no responsibility for its own vote which is pretty amazing so she did I thought she did a very good job last night that I did the winter did grades for the debaters since seven there's any any here that you would disagree with I had the plaza de Minas at worst in the field I had been it Angela brandy going great for the plus you might have an F. might even if I I would have your generous there if I'm at a D. minus you know I'm close to an F. the only reason I didn't give a minute his because he he was noticed okay you know somebody my Elise yeah he's going after the socialists boat he was the furthest left in that field and I think he was trying to do that so he can accomplish something he was trying for Bennett I gave a D. now Bennett I give a D. lot not because of the points he made which some of them were very good but because I don't think he was on these in line with the party and also his presentations not good he's he's not a good candidate so he struggles in the sort of format I also think that he was not as convincing as like a delay Anne was the night before when it comes to making the moderate points your liver and I also gave a D. which I think is incredibly incredibly generous I mean I I it's almost like I guess you get a tax deduction for the charitable great of a D. for Kerr Stangel around Jay Inslee a give a deep loss and I don't really give a deep losses because of the credibility other people gave him he was terrible he could have given him he could have been the half on his own the issue though they kept going back to him and saying you know he you know I'm just like Jay Inslee on the climate and that helps with that audience so the fact he was at least credible to that audience I gave him a D. plus Cory Booker I am definitely south of almost everybody on this one I think Cory Booker sucks everyone else thinks he's great so I don't know how I don't know what I'm seeing that they're not seeing I think you so fake and and smarmy office Offaly's unlikable and I'm like a bowling when after fighting completely unfairly multiple times I don't like fighting men but it's like please try to be fair are you Booker C. minus Harris and bite and I gave both see pluses so that's a big downgrade for Harris it's a slight upgrade for biting I thought but it was a little bit better in this one a little bit more on top of it Harris was much worse she was lost a lot of times it was getting hit from other directions she seemingly did prepare for though if she watched the Glenn Beck television program or news the White matters she would've been prepared for his talked about it injury Yang I give a be minus no Yang has one point the rights we have of radio like when the DJ is getting sick of the Salim Dion song the audience is just getting to the point where they're starting to like it I am sick of the one thousand dollars a month thing from Yang though I don't think most people know what he's trying to play the hits yeah I thought he did a much better job this time he was pretty pretty good and at least got his voice out there Castro I gave a B. he's boring but he's got I think competence stream to these very.

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