18 Burst results for "Seven Hundred Days"
"seven hundred days" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"And I there were some very ominous opening statements now well we did we played Nadler yesterday as his committee went first to open up the show and about the time we were doing the the Poe show podcast which Rosset and I sit and do every day after the show because we love it and that's when Sheila Jackson Lee at her turn at the podium and it became incredibly apparent that it was a very well organized series of things that Democrats wanted to get to that were kind of reinforced scene in the first committee hearing and then I think the take apart what is supposed to culminate at the end of the first and then continue into the second cell which belly strategizing from a committee standpoint by a party is it's not unusual stunned quite often but what it did is it really put some of the representatives in a box compared to how they would normally operate and I again I point to Sheila Jackson Lee who is seemingly was tasked with the very very end name things like putting up slides of one or two sentences from the report and simply getting Robert Muller to confirm that those are in fact in the in the report and and then from there you would build into like what Ted Liu was doing where he was trying to dig down and event look the end game was one thing and one thing only the end game was say out loud Robert Muller that the only reason you didn't indict trump is because he's president because once you do that then they can go ahead and they can move forward with impeachment or what you know whatever their game plan is and from in from a purely stepping back and and political adversary standpoint that's a pretty good strategy you don't need much you just need it to be on the record that if not for you justice would be subverted here is the problem with that though you better make damn sure whoever you're asking to read two sentences of something that day road has seen the source material and so what it did is it provided the American public was watching this an opportunity to see really easy to answer questions couldn't found the witness am because there's the repetitive nature of how you have all these representative stacked up to do this really easy thing it's on display over and over and over again no person should be confounded by words or questions emerging from she Jack there's no way that should confuse you well good glad confuses may be the wrong word could she says stop that's confounding what the hell can't play this enough we got but bar rocking her eight today we have to be at man's side by side north and south exchanging and working we may not agree with all that north Viet nam is doing but they are living in peace right it's okay to be confused and yes I recognize their time I play that so we get spread she talking about Korea I do I do the longer clip nobody correct Sir nor does she correct yourself and explain this to me maybe is no better than the immigrant that came in shackles like myself so I understand that she has a bit of a history I felt again I found it interesting that she was handcuffed the shackles reference because apparently there's some back history there that we were all aware of I she was put in that really really really innocuous position and would would simply put a slide up like I said of a sentence and Robert Muller I get the impression he'd seen it now I understand what you're talking about four pages in the staff of Mandy they had their certain elements the investigation that will be farmed out right bowlers not going to do all of the interviews however I found it very interesting when he was asked how many of the interviews he actually was there for he said very few and when you're working with five hundred different search warrants five hundred witnesses twenty eight hundred subpoenas their numbers by the way I'm reading them over the course of seven hundred days and a range of now forty million or more when you throw in some of the pre investigative stuff that was done the FBI stuff that's being investigated at the very least when you get when you're the part when you're the face of that investigation Z. the amount of confusion that was on display leads people to think that your last the head of it and more the figure head of it which amplifies the criticism of the main attorneys that you have us us along side you including the guy you brought with you your chief of staff for the investigation who also was the guy representing the people who were setting up Hillary's server at the end and may even have been the one who recommended to one of the individuals to smash cellphones with hammers literally with hammers which you attach that to the suspicions that many people have about the political investigation of the now president and his campaign which is we will we will show you during the testimony yesterday I think Jim Jordan made a a a really really concise and easy to understand connection to all of the players and really how that thing got ramped up using what's in the it was in the report when you look at that you view just think it's a continuation of.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Time of this president and the Russians as you understand it bring a criminal case you get piece of information piece of information witnesses and the like and as you make your case right and when you make a decision on a particular case depends on a number of factors right say specifically that we reached a decision on a particular defendant I had a pretty good point time man yeah that was his entire tug who did he woke up what are you all doing in my bedroom I want a snack it was it was pretty bad but big is on to something here like Bluetooth book you had two years okay roughly seven hundred days and five hundred witnesses there was some point where you're like get look we're we're scraping the bottom here there's absolutely nothing to do when was that point he continues importing it was sometime well before you wrote the report fair enough I mean you wrote the report dealing with a whole myriad of issues certainly is sometime part of that report is when you reach the decision that okay with that with regard to the president himself I don't find anything here fair enough well well well I'm not sure and I do agree with that to the last man when you write when they're there various aspects of the development of a a and and that's my point there are various aspects that that happened but somewhere along the pike you will come to the conclusion there's not there's no there's there for this defendant.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The eighty eight he said what did he say on the ground asked if he could be agent that's one thing I can talk to the secretary you can say throw more money at a broken system at a Houston humane system three agents took me aside away from my colleagues inside more money is not going to fix this that they were not trained to separate children they don't want to separate two year old away from their mothers that's not what they were trained for and that's what they signed up for okay I'll take things that never happened for two hundred out what exactly this never ever happen they're not going to take her aside and have this conversation when you have twelve other extremely sympathetic people they're they're going to tell the whole room they're not taking her aside this is very difficult and their service to our country they signed up to protect the border not to support children not to put people in cages okay dad said I'm done with that click alright this is she's just full of crap man and yet he goes on there just to say that well back in the eighties there was more or there were more people coming up and we didn't do this what's that for a second say that that is true could you argue then by letting people in that sending the wrong message to people in Central America that's encouraging people to go into human trafficking situations to turn to drugs small yes to get the man even though it and start I talked about this on Wednesday even CNN's Fareed Zakaria is now on hold with this idea that the asylum process is being abused because it is this isn't like one of those difficult sort of questions to figure out the answer it's easy why do people come they think they will be punished it's not hard since twenty fourteen the flow of asylum seekers into the United States has skyrocketed the last year immigration courts from some one hundred and sixty two thousand asylum claims two hundred and forty percent increase from twenty fourteen the result is a staggering backlog with more than three hundred thousand asylum cases pending and the average immigration case has been pending for more than seven hundred days it's also clear that the rules surrounding asylum all vague lax and being game thank you when you've lost for reads a carrier yes you know here's another thing of all the candidates that were up there during these last two debates all of them what is your solution I'm still waiting other than open borders unfettered access to inform the borders of the U. S. what is your plan there isn't one no but you can't say open borders because well that's third rail stuff there well I mean you that's exactly the only the only play is all the children look at what we're doing to the children solution problem there is not we got to get something right and this is a happy thing especially for Robbins.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Man. That's great. US government's going to do that for me love that love vet. And then I'm protected summoned a sanctuary city. That's a bad idea. That's just gonna track more and more. And by the way, the the bigger broader point. And this is what I'm getting back to our systems broken. These people should not be released anywhere. That's the bigger point. Right. I know you're having more having a lot of fun with dump them off release them sanctuary cities. They shouldn't be released anywhere talk about an emergency. Forget about the wall, by the way, the wall wouldn't do anything about this. Okay. The natural emergency. Go ahead and start building the wall, and I'll see in a few years when you've got maybe a few miles of the wall built that ain't Salvin this crisis this laws. Gotta be changed this asylum law our asylum laws are broken they need to be changed. And if they can't be than these people shouldn't be released anywhere in America. And if we have to build tent city. After tent city down on our border to keep these folks in there, then man higher fine. Grab a bunch more immigration judges get people down there. Get resources down there. Judges down there because let me tell you something seven hundred days is too damn long. That is a broken system. You come into this country, and you claim asylum man within twenty thirty thirty five days. You're claims should be heard..
"seven hundred days" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"To bring back candy purchase. From you guys. The the candy. It's the date has expired I opened up the three musketeers when I went to go buy into it. It was like a gray powdery looking expiration date. Expiration date Pacific is six thirteen two thousand eleven Khidir box. That's probably why my cat got sick. Because I found my cat dead in the backyard. When you bring something back it has to be within the ninety days. Yep. Probably seven hundred days ago in always come into your store, ma'am. This is Luther I don't know who I was speaking with. I don't know if it was you or someone else, but we were having a conversation about Halloween, and I was telling you guys want to dress up his Django. My wife is going. Remember that conversation. Okay. We can't take it. Can I help you? I was speaking to the other lady I was talking about bringing down some Halloween. Candy, the expiration six thirteen two thousand eleven even exchange. Yes. Okay. Yeah. That'd be fine. Thank you. And I have about thirty bags altogether. Thirty bags. There's no way you can do that. I mean, no, I'm not going to do a mom. Sorry. Do you? Are you saying that could bring them down and you exchange now you can bring about one bag one bay? That's not you guys make so much money over there. You think just a person in the community that want to spray love in the community that you guys would do this get off their high horse that you guys doing all the bags are. I'm fixing the hang up. Okay. I'll take one bag back. And that's it. That's not. I don't understand why you're getting them say you say, did you take the thirty bags bag? How can I direct your call to managing employees? Can't get back to you. If you're on hold. Yeah. How long you keep me on hold, sir? How long can hold on wait a minute. You can't talk him. Either way. Goodbye. Your call. Only, sir. Good put me through right now. I didn't understand you say Hello. Please. Again, I understand you say Hello. Please. With your tone. Brought to you by Kia downtown, Los Angeles. Now under the new ownership of trophy automotive dealer group, and you make you sick. He makes us up next..
"seven hundred days" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"From the American Museum of natural history right here in New York kitty fishing. My interview with the former head of DARPA America's advanced defense technology agency. Let's check it out. What's this about space surveillance telescope? Well, the defense department cares about is that a lot. That's one that's pretty baked. We just handed it off to the air force on half-baked. It's fully balanced. Well for DARPA fully baked. You have to ask the first, but I think it's making a real difference. The DOD is shoe for space is the following. We can do nothing without space. We need it to communicate. We need it to navigate with she PS. We needed to be able to see what's going on around the world. It's essential to us, but space is very complicated domain. It's not like the fifties and sixties and seventies where we were the only ones doing any. So these are these are sensitive telescopes on earth. Looking up that can monitor every all the activity at twenty three thousand miles up synchronous. And it's there's a lot of commercial activity which is wonderful, their their other nations are getting active. Unfortunately, not always, you know, in a constructive way. So we're in a time when I instead of orbital catalog maintenance, where you just have a catalog, and you know what's on orbit and you sort of pay ten. Once in a while. Now in real time you have to be able to see and know what's happening on orbit and the the vast -ness of that job is hard to imagine, right. I mean, that's think about several hundred thousand times the volume of all the earth's oceans. That's what you have to be able to look at and see what's going on. Sharon, how many satellites spy-satellite? Oh, so that's classified. I think there have been two hundred seventy six missions. Total many which includes spice satellite some, which are no longer active. I think that we know that there are about maybe half a dozen spice satellite constellations but the exact numbers classified so and how about other things that are space-based like the x. thirty seven plane about that. Yes, so it can't about that. So it is a very classified project is the x. thirty seven orbital test vehicle and it looks a lot like the shuttle. The man shuttle like a mini shuttle of many of the shuttle and it has flowed in space for up to seven hundred days and the air force and the military has never acknowledged exactly what it's being used for. How would you be quit? Just to be clear and a satellite. Once it's an orbit, that's the orbit has forever until you put it somewhere else with whatever. Fuel, you have K's, whereas eight space plane space plane can maneuver. You could put it over different spots of the earth on man up nex. I ask former head of DARPA about the future of robotics and. When star talk return..
Boys' lack of diving skills delaying cave evacuation, authorities say
"To harris county residents will vote next month on a bond issue for another two and a half billion dollars flood recovery and prevention projects please for looking for multiple suspects who robbed an armored vehicle outside a store in southwest houston today it happened this morning at the ponchos meat market where the armed suspect wearing masks rammed an armored van with their pickup and stole several moneybags from the female guard at gunpoint before taking off the clerk at the store shaken up afterward eating came in and said have our in place over here no they can do to us nobody was hurt in the robbery suspect's took off in a white pickup with ladders on top looked like a work truck anyone with info on the crime is asked to call hp ktar h news time eight oh three the department of health and human services is up against court ordered deadlines to reunify separated illegal immigrant parents and their children and now it's asking for more time the government filed a legal brief today to ask for more time to reunify families separated at the border hhs explaining that they may miss the deadline of parentage cannot be confirmed quickly or to confirm child welfare for those parents released from government custody but as part of their explanation of compliance the department of justice also argued that the floor as agreement which requires children be held in detention for no more than twenty days does not apply to family units once they're reunified writing the government will detain families together during the pendency of immigration proceedings according to syracuse track data the average length of wait for migration cases is seven hundred days serena marshall abc news washington mixed messages about authorities in thailand will immediately attempt an underwater evacuation of the twelve boys who've been trapped in a cave almost two weeks abc's james longman is near the scene originally ruled out his too dangerous rescue is now believe they may have no choice but to dive the boys through the maze of flooded passageways the new danger low oxygen levels in that cave posing a significant threat to this officials say there is a limited amount of time to get the boys and their coach out with flooding rains closing in it's now believed in the media evacuation will only be done if flooded areas in the cave start to rise again astro's continuing their four game series with the chicago white sox at.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Never no the london and people hi i guys hurry all doing yawn where the y'all come from how is garbage and on say arm from new york i say you guys we have a fantastic show we have a fantastic panel we also have a pretty exciting announcement coming up after the news but i wanted to kick things off tonight with a topic on everybody's mind which is the muller indictments this was technically the first week to have seven hundred days in it and a lot happened in rural get into it and it was a tough week too but let's kick it off with the russia's staff the real front of a pot in the front row so here's the here's how the russia's stuff works we're all fascinated by its a foreign country interfered in our election and succeeded succeeded beyond their wildest dreams as part of that there is an ongoing criminal investigation into the president which is bad for him because he is an obvious criminal but we can't make muller go any faster we don't know what's going on in there it's always a surprise he runs a tight ship you know robert muller no whatever says robert muller that guy just shoots from the hip you know no there is as robert muller what an erratic fellow that is a contained man he's the human equivalent of those japanese watermelons they grow in a queue you know i don't know what that means but you know what i mean like he's in organized watermelon.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Street is that the gitmo is becoming larger for no apparent reason other than the house some individuals that haven't been arrested yet yelm never know i think that they're going to start calling it the elitist penitent the elitist penitent lau hey you know i'm the the statement by clive in bundy you know he was incarcerated for more than seven hundred days without a trial while without even being able to post bail was as a rancher that uh doesn't leave the country as though was right there on his land for two solid years before they took him in think about that as you as an american you as an american being hauled into prison for years and not being able to post bail or even get a trial and that you are treated worse than a convicted murderer on death row you have such a violation of rights every single day your chained i they stripsearched you i even to see her attorney uh we're talking the most egregious a form of of brutal abuse to somebody who hasn't even a trial seven hundred days and my question to all of you is could you endure it could you do it you know if we don't if we don't see what's going on in america right now and we see that people heard are undergoing this when they passed the and aaa and for some reason congress still wants to keep it passing you know anc still puts their aok on it the indefinite detention of american citizens without a trial if that isn't more real to you today than it's ever been i don't know what will be because the what obvious proof i is that now that all you have to do is be accused by the feds and they can indefinitely detain you and keep making of excuses to keep you in there without giving you a trial or even veil were were known amazing stay right now and i'm just going to say that hopefully things are turning around just a little bit in the serena and and and if that is is that the trickling down from from people that are are doing the right thing that were put into office by trump let's hope a great perfect bring it on i'm so happy to see it you know.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The lack of effort by generous jenkins the teen they played on sunday forty affording of their bad you know the giants made them look much better than they are there really bad football team there were winless coming into the year i watched at team live in philadelphia couple of weeks ago just get absolutely trounced they couldn't block at all they got the quarterback it a million times but here's the kicker so over the last couple of years the nine as have been awful last year under chip kelly they only one two games there four t near winless this year heading into the giants game they had one to total football games since the end of the what would that be the two thousand fifteen season both of those games came in last year against the ramp so when you do the math johnny nine overs in the last seven hundred days had only beaten one franchise the rams they beat the giants it's up on sunday i mean that the put it in a million different ways of perspectives we could do it that sums up the banak giants right now a team that beat anyone but one team for seven hundred days handled the giants pretty easily on sunday uh lives john in freehold new jersey up next on the finish john good morning are we do welcome morning uh like the talks from deal bigger parts of basketball with dark day let's do it well how'd you sit idly it's yo it's been a flood season equip starts so far but when i watched his basketball team there seems to be a real hold that's fullforward physician i mean michael beasley just doesn't get it done there and only gbwised on this team for that matter and now restore me i lights up up a lot i like there's an instant offense place guy off the bench but it just those is playing defense agree found the festival while enough nor is the athletic enough to really be a saudi spoil forward emily so instead see it's gone alone risk hard reward shrink proposal for you then thinks realistic i think it makes sense and i think you could possibly happen uh we've got terry getting on the phone sistan chairman youth you bounce it off me i'll tell you where thank our it a trading it.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Option and that leaves sanctions and diplomacy that's not a very pleasant alternative because we have imposed sanctions for a long time we've tried diplomacy it hasn't work and people say well why do you keep trying since it didn't work in the past there's an argument to that the counterargument is that you have to keep trying in northern ireland i've said many times we had seven hundred days of failure in one day of success uh almost every day i was asked by reporters as i i left the compound where the negotiations will help well who fail to get an agreement what are you going home so i think we have to keep trying the definition of insanity keep doing the same thing over and over again failing every batch right that such a definition saturday is also a saying says try try again don't give up never don't acknowledged defeat so you can choose your slogan uh i think in this case the options are range from porter terrible and there are no real options are in there is no real good option i mean good after the garage another there but the option of in imposing increase actions the air and uh hopefully negotiating i i do believe you made a comment and the introduction tim about china that to her each american president in recent decades has fallen back on let china do it at china does share with us a short term increased instability in the region they obviously don't want an upheaval in the region but in the longer term china's interests at diametrically opposite those of the united states the american policy is that we want a unified korea in a democratic regime we wanted democracy there the people to choose for themselves that form of government that's that's totally uh in contradiction to china's interest last thing they want is a democrat unified democratic regime on the korean peninsula and american ally with america kabila tori forces on their border so for us to say that to think they're going to solve the problem for us i think is just kidding ourselves they may be hopeful in the short term in trying to prevent upheaval but they don't want regime change they don't want an alteration of the situation they don't want hundreds.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Uh what i said in response to questions on the issue is her to repeat what our own military officials have said that there does not appear to be a viable military response to the issue uh and because of the geography the lodge population in south korea which have close in close proximity to the border including one hundred thousand americans uh and some twenty to thirty thousand american military personnel who would be subjected to immediate attacked a and rocket fire from north korea so a for a variety of jason so our militaries concluded that there really isn't a credible military option and that leaves sanctions and diplomacy that's not a very pleasant alternative because we have imposed sanctions for a long time we've tried diplomacy it hasn't worked and people say well why do you keep trying since it didn't work in the past there's an argument to that the counterargument is that you have to keep trying in northern ireland i've said many times we had seven hundred days of failure in one day of success uh almost every day i was asked by reporters as i left the compound were the negotiations who held well who failed to get an agreement what are you going home so i think we have to keep trying is that they will definition of insanity keep doing the same thing over and over again failing every batch right that such a definition saturday is also a saying says try try again don't give up never the don't acknowledged defeat so you can choose your slogan uh i think in this case the options are range from porter terrible and there are no real options are in there is no real good option i mean good observation of good arjun heard the but the option of in imposing increase anxious the air and uh uh hopefully negotiating i i do believe you made a comment in the introduction about china that uh uh each american president in recent decades has fallen back on let china do it at china does share.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"You guys the the candy it's the date has expired are opened up a three muscat here and when i went to go bite into a it was like a gray powder relocated what does expiration date on an expiration date pacific lee is six thirteen two thousand eleven it was in an kitty airbox that's probably why my cat gussi because i found my cat data in a backyard when you bring phantom baghdad had to be within the ninety day jebel like probably seven hundred days ago in a always come into your store ma'am this is luthier i i don't know what was speaking we don't know if he was you or someone else but we're having a conversation about halloween and outstanding guys are i want to dress up each django my wife is ghana's mighty sirisia you remember that conversation with a job must be going now we live in an all k we can't take it back to help you i was speaking to the other lady on i was talking about bringing down some halloween candy the expiration was six thirteen two thousand eleven or even exchanged yes okay yeah that'd be fine thank you have about thirty bags altogether thirty there is no way i can do that i mean that no i'm not i'm not gonna do a mom sorry were a juicer you saying that i could bring him down and you exchange are now you can bring about one bag saint at one bad that's did you guys are make so much money over there you think just so a person in the community that want to spray love in a community that you guys would do this get out there hi horse that you guys are now i'm not doing all the bag conflict not hang up okay why are you get a little frustrated take one back back and that's that's for sure i don't understand why do you say that you take the thirty bags begg search work under at your call is must be to manage at least get back to you if he's on old john keeney on hold sir how long supposed to hold on opioid a medicare talking to you way senator at your call hello how're you.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Two yeah i should have to show us the side i'll be hit it today and by by monday so here it is the tests fixed time because you won't again you will you will not hear these on most of the networks and i'm telling you we'll tell you about fox in a minute trump fired at nine thousand federal employees in in the first six months can i uh it's a round of applause there are two point eight million i mean i don't know how many of these we don't need but i'd say get rid of two and a half million of them on joe obama it was up one hundred thousand the end when he talked about job creation he was talking about jobs in the public sector you know in all the purge the bonuses i up you know i have a a really dear friend who retired with benefits you can't believe and are one of the nicest guys have ever met my life she'll friendly with them and i use the pope fun at him for years poke fun of her for use your water in the state he works for the state he worked in the welfare department you know he had a frequent salary and you get benefits that you can't when he left he retired about eight ten years ago i mean he had like seven hundred days of back pay coming for days you never took off and he's got a pension that would blow your mind he's got he's got no financial pressure for the rest of his life now i'm not necessarily recommending instead i'm not sure how i segue to this except other the federal employee enrollment why when you work for yourself you have tremendous tremendous opportunity freedom although it's not quite like it sounds because the responsibilities a tremendous when you work for a competent things go bad you wonder willis affect me of my job it should be a given that you have to work hard on your jaw below the old buddy system all exists and i'm not sure whether it's ever going.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Act i should have segments justin side upi hit it today and by by monday so here it is the tests fixed time because you won't again you will will not hear these on most of the networks and i'm telling you i'll tell you about fox in a minute trump fired ninety thousand federal employees in in the first six months yeah it's a round of applause there are two point eight million i mean i don't know how many of these we don't need but i'd say get rid of two winner halfmillion him on joe obama in was up a hundred thousand in the end when he talked about job creation he was talking about jobs in the public sector you know in all the perch and bonuses i n up you know i have a a really dear friend who retired with benefits you can't believe and are one of the nicest garage of a meth life true from big with them and i use the poke fun at him for years poke fun of him for years you will water the state he works in the state he worked in the welfare department you know he got a prudent salary and you get benefits that you can't when he left he retired about any ten years ago i mean he had like seven hundred days of back pay coming for days you never took off and he's got a pension that would blow your mind he's got he's got no financial pressure for the rest of his life now i'm not necessarily recommending instead i'm not sure how i segue to this accept other the federal employee enrollment but when you work for yourself you have tremendous tremendous opportunity freedom although it's not quite like it sounds because the responsibilities a tremendous when you work for a company in things go bad you wonder will this affect me of my job it should be a given that you have to work hard on your jaw below the old buddy system always exists and i'm not sure than simply going to change so here years living a life for riley he doesn't have the four jeweled a firm uh some of the hollywood people our even the average multimillionaire but there are many options with life and if you feel the you're going down on world you don't fight the urged to do something different and as i am talking here i'm thinking oh this isn't all about money.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"So here it is the tests fixed time because you won't again you will you will not hear these on most of the networks and i'm telling you well i'll tell you about fox in a minute trump fired nine thousand federal employees in in the first six months try yeah it's a round of applause there are two point eight million i mean i don't know how many of these we don't need but i'd say get rid of two and a half million of them under obama it was up one hundred thousand the end when he talked about job creation he was talking about jobs in the public sector you know in all the perched bonuses i up you know i have a really dear friend who retired with benefits you can't believe and are one of the nicest guys have ever met my life still friendly with them and i used to poke fun at him for years poke fun of him for years you will ward of the state he works in the state he worked in the wealthier department you know he got to forget salary and you get benefits that you can't when he left he retired about any ten years ago i mean he had like seven hundred days of back pay coming could days you never took off and he's got a pension that would blow your mind he's got he's got no financial pressure for the rest of his life now i'm not necessarily recommending instead i'm not sure how i segue to this accept other the federal employee enrollment bye when you work for yourself you have tremendous tremendous opportunity freedom although it's not quite like it sounds because the responsibilities a tremendous when you work for a company in things go bad you wonder will this affect me and my job it should be a given that you have to work hard on your jaw below the old buddy system ozias and i'm not sure whether it's ever going to change so here years is living the life of riley he doesn't have the ford yoda a firm uh some of the hollywood people our even the average multimillionaire but there are many options of life and if you feel the you're going down the.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Years now yeah with seven hundred day prime areas and general are we ever gonna uh somebody desert approval over fifty percent elected again because you're going to be get hit for two years i think so i i yeah i think we will i think in my lifetime in your lifetime there have been two presidents to candidates that the re really had a vision that that captured the nation and they were ironically the two most popular ronald reagan's shining city upon a hill i mean the the messaging he put out there was phenomenal and i was an old enough to to remember that time looking back and reading it and listening to the speeches he gave there was a reason he was so popular and it was because of that at barack obama with yes we can in that that just that positively and hope that he literally the word hope everywhere you don't see that right now reflect grown reagan said it's a recession when you have a job when you're never to have a job but it's a depression when you don't have exactly and we don't we don't see those kind of we don't have right now those kind of candidates and we don't have those kind of leaders because it's not just about one person it's about it's about the country feeling that that level of of hopefulness in that level of of i mean the believing that the future can be better place right now it's the who as the who's the better of two evils and lesser donald trump had a filter seventeen there was a lot of attacks wit through over a year and a half primary right on hillary clinton bernie sanders they were hit each other hard for a year and a half and bernie a great job of.
"seven hundred days" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Where colleges are laying off people because we have no budget we don't have a spending plan and the spending plan that's being enforced by the federal cords is the spending plan that was put into place the stopgap plan of that was put into place essentially by the federal gorge in 2011 so you're operating on 2011 spending because the court mandated that spending but that was in the 2011 plan so now here we said and we have we have no budget for the third year in a row will well people obviously up in arms i mean if you if you depend on social services you have loved ones who depend on social services you have college students who depend on not on college map grants you have people working for these colleges and universities horn losing their jobs one university he has already announced it's going to lay off one hundred eighty two employees that's the situation when some of these colleges and universities around the state but there is no spending plan once again now can you get it done i don't know they haven't been able to get a spending plan for seven hundred days that's a fact folks and now you have a situation where.