17 Burst results for "Seven Twenty Six Percent"

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"In a low risk way I don't think we should be worried still don't think the numbers still think the numbers are minuscule still don't think this is really a surge going on in our state listen to this of the one hundred twelve thousand a Florida resident who tested positive since the beginning of this thing nearly forty five thousand of them have tested positive in the last two weeks that's right forty percent of all the positive test we had in Florida since March have come in the last two weeks and that's not because of increased testing the last two weeks now the good news again less than half of those new cases less than half of the new deaths were in South Florida still yesterday Miami Dade reported another eight hundred eighty five new cases nine new deaths Broward had three hundred sixty seven new cases and one to death now here's the good news yes we're seeing higher rates of hospitalization but they're younger people or staying in the hospital last because they're not getting nearly as sick yes we're seeing an incredible growth and positive new cases happening across the state the good news the daily fatalities from cover nineteen the state of Florida much much much lower than they were during their peak the peak seem to be the first week or so all of may and our highest numbers are high is that the fatalities on average for the seven day trend was so second week of may through that through that first full week of our second week of April through that second first full week of of may so the number still much lower in terms of fatalities that's good the city of Miami now fining people for not wearing masks in public that announcement late yesterday by mayor Francis Suarez everyone will have to be wearing masks in public right now the match requirement is only when you are inside when you are parks but are not exercising and now it will be a public requirement without a doubt enforcement will be a challenge but just like when we implemented a stay home order one of the things we want to make sure was that our residents understood what was the best way for them to protect themselves next project telling us the best way to be if this thing is to wear a mask if you're caught not wearing a mask in the city of Miami in public and sure there are the usual exception stuff like that you could be fined as much as five hundred dollars if you're a multiple offender you're likely to get a warning for a first offense fifty Bucks after that as the mayor said I'm not really sure how they're going to enforce this I don't have cops are just gonna be patrolling the streets looking for people without masks or what but this is going to be the future if people keep refusing to wear masks they will begin instituting fines because it's a matter of public safety I'm a county mayor Carlos Jimenez said earlier this week and one of his virtual press conferences if the people don't start wearing the mask like he's asking they're gonna start doing fines and they'll consider in Broward county not considered in many other counties in the state apple counties in the state of got like seven positive cases there's not a whole lot of people live there but some more good news the positive test read Miami Dade County dropped to eleven percent according to yesterday's numbers that's bad but not nearly as bad as the twenty seven twenty six percent we saw earlier this week fourteen day average Miami Dade County positive test fourteen percent seven seventeen on newsradio six ten W. ID let's check in with Rory o'neill he's got a look at what's trending W. I. O. D. dot com right well maybe let's add on to that news at the Kentucky Derby will have fans in attendance this year the race will be run September the fifth Churchill Downs working with state officials to try to make it so that fans can attend to insure spectators practice social distancing the capacity will be reduced general admission tickets will only grant fans access to the infield because you know that's separated sure guests will not be required to wear masks but they will be consistently and frequently encouraged to put you know there's nothing but who knows going to be like in September there's nothing but control and restraint if the infield at the Kentucky Derby short with those mint juleps yes more on that freezing decision and the favorite is the law right there on the front page of W. Y. O. D. dot com thank you Rory were two minutes away from the next line check on traffic going to talk a little law enforcement in our next segment on news radio six ten WIOD does your business need accounting or.

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"There but they were able to get back in their feet again and he continues to take questions you hear anything from heather from Hannah now we can text her case if she won the lottery again I got a couple of questions on that all right time anything you stick out from the governor Wilson telling us to obviously the headline is what we were anticipating it we now being extended this social lockdown in effect is being extended for another month very similar to what the president did he had a fifteen day period and then he just you know when I was wearing it increase for another month through the month of April and I think A. J. Inslee's doing the similar thing so to me that was expected I mean it's the it's the headline but it's not the biggest surprise to me they came out of it that was the his answer to a question about whether we'd have to call a special session in the legislature it was not going to be necessary he says well there that is certainly he would call it if you thought would be necessary the suggestion was that they might have to make some budget changes did to their you know they're the legislative approach but short of that what he said is I'm sure sending alarm bells off in certain areas he said that he is going to have to veto a number of things that we had been asked by the legislature that we all assumed he would sign someone try to do a follow up question he was being kind of very very vague about it he says these are programs that don't deserve the funding we just have to be more prudent in our times at the not in our cold at times to make sure that we have enough to pay for dealing with that but he did mention the one thing on the chopping block apparently is early childhood education so I can imagine you know that whoever was that had been pushing that was happy to guide through the legislature house almost certainly can reside on now where one of them he said it sounds like it might even be as soon as tomorrow in the next couple days for sure we'll find out what exactly the cost of the covert a pandemic will have on the legislative agenda from my last session yeah so we were running historic budget revenue as for the last eighteen months or so last couple years and they have the rainy day fund don't forget we're supposed to dip into that rainy day by night I think I would assume when you finally get a chance to see the the at me naked GDP of the state of Washington across yeah across the world that rainy day fund will quickly evaporate but the bill to get back on its feet I think the most interesting thing and I I can't find have seen all sorts of studies but no one has any way of being able to run this thing through some sort of computer model how long will it take for the economy to bounce back and they basically say it's almost like I think of it like a human body without oxygen or with that air of without air without water without food like if the person is in frozen water and they pull the person up out of what they haven't had any oxygen for like you know eight minutes or fifteen minutes but if the water temperature is low enough that if you could actually get the person going and breathing again right and you can actually get some sort of vital sign and have a live again how quickly and how long the economy stays in this dormant stage because everything starts to just completely fall apart the whole thing just collapses and then it's going to take that much longer I've seen anywhere between four years that somebody asked as an economist to study from two thousand eighteen seven two thousand eighteen with the flu that's what drew it wasn't until about twenty armed with was at nineteen eighteen it wasn't about nineteen twenty two that they felt that things really started to begin to turn around again that's an entirely different sort of organism that we have for the economy now but right along we stay in this the harder it is to get everything to get back up again except there is a counter argument I've heard Austin Goolsby an economist to make this which is not with the the the longer that were in this the most important thing is to make sure that we get it and we get a good so it's better to have a **** relatively short now you know three months four months may seem like an eternity do a lot of us but if we have a relatively short painful rip off the band aid kind of approach to this really take it and then that that the economy will snap back sooner if we go into a deeper as opposed to almost like a double dip you go into one recession and then as you start to come back out you bumped into another one again yeah it was this thing comes back as yes Lou often does in October stays with us if it comes back and we're fighting it again the same sort of thing again of course we will have a stockpile of ventilators and all this other stuff but still the economy if we have to go into one of these Hey everybody go to your house and stop spending money it's an interesting statistic people need to realize when you look at the overall growth and you look at the economy sixty six percent of the economy is driven by you and Jake up and Sean and me spending money the other portion of it is a big part of it is the government buying stuff but it is a consumer driven economy and we have just stopped all of that and here we are just waiting you think the fact that seventeen percent of people can work from home this is in the state of Washington and seventy four percent everybody else is unable to work from home and they're the ones that are sitting in their houses waiting for the governor to tell us to go back to work I heard the fourteenth of April what was that number Tom cell yeah April eleventh was the number that yeah April of it when he was asked the governor was asked so right now what's your best guess when it's going to peak in our state and he stepped aside and allowed the Kathy I think her name is who's that the health care person and as she said the latest modeling was April eleventh and as heather just pointed out earlier it'd been the same I we had set April eighteenth so that might that might be a good sign I don't know sometimes you if the P. come sooner like right now yeah New York is one of the P. come sooner because that that just means they'll need the ventilators faster maybe that's not necessarily good sign but on the surface it seems like it's a good sign one other troubling indicator of the governor mentioned though you know we were just being patted on the back a bit in the at that at trump's task force press coverage whenever verses talk about how great Seattle and I mean a Washington and California were because they only have eight percent positive rate on their their tests were as like New York in New Jersey were like thirty seven twenty six percent but he did say it was a troubling sign that that percent of positive results is going up in our state so that is a kind of a danger sign my I'm hoping that that's in the outlying areas that just haven't been tested as much and that's explains the increase for that is it yeah that remember that certain so ninety two percent negative on the testing eight percent yeah how's it but aren't you just doing that because you're testing more you'll have more chances of a hit well that's I mean that's a good question we don't know because right now supposedly get based on their cell times article about the nursing homes even they can get access to test the right now the rule of thumb still is you have to show symptoms so it's still a limited number of tests but you have the more tests I don't know I mean you could argue if you only test people with symptoms it's going to be a higher percentage even so it was only eight percent want to see if it's creeping up any higher because if it if it does it could be a sign of a more trouble on the Ryzen but you're right hopefully it'll it'll eventually lower because most of us don't have it at two hundred and sixty two is the last count dates of the study to come to the university of Washington is what they expect a thousand but outside the state and the state of our twelve hundred or so yeah is that just for and till the summer or is that through the interested twenty twenty you know what that number where they get that from well the other the farthest out I've seen anybody do any kind of projection was into July okay so like by July fourth we have a good indication of things petering out and remember the doctor found she said we have to make sure that this thing gets to you know zero in a fact that that's they they know that no new cases business even though if we reach our peak April eleventh that doesn't mean that you know come may eleventh if we have fewer than we have April of that's any reason that we can lift these things we need to get back down to where we were where was relatively negligible I was saying that I think at some point people gonna say screw it and I think this is what I believe the psychology as people are on board for now I think it's and now you're gonna start to get the social dynamic if people start wearing masks so those that wear the masks they'll be a curve to where people start to wear the mask then they're gonna get mad at you if you're not wearing a mask he's not gonna be able to see that people are making some sort of effort to all collectively be involved in this like the blackout shades why don't you have blackout shades or everybody ends up following the path so I think probably in a couple of days you'll see more people wearing masks and then more people wear them they're all gonna have the mass and then there's going to be this sort of just general thing of okay we're all in our houses and once our people for those mass on I think people them just be waiting for the governor to say okay you can start to go back to work again I think the mass will be the symbol of people everybody on board that's an active movement of I'm out but I've got a mask on and if you don't have a mask on you're saying I don't believe what the government is telling me that's right it'll always be a percentage of of us that feel that way but the majority of it will follow through thank someone one of the reporters to the Askim says okay so you've extended is there a chance it'll be extended again and he says of course yeah he says do you can you give us any kind of idea when this might and he says no it'll all be it which I think is proper it'll be conditions based like at the head of the Johns Hopkins said there there could criteria that need to be established like he came up with five of them involved tests and in the like but out of those five years once we establish the five markers when we know what like we've tested enough we know whose getting second who isn't getting sick yeah only then will they be able to you know make that determination either way or act people react differently if they gave you the numbers and said if you're pre diabetic or diabetic and if you're thirty percent or thirty percent of the MIAC you're overweight morbidly obese your bite.

Hannah Wilson president
"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Now it worked great you should have seen the chandeliers in the subways are there in rock roll so it's a very again if it was another pretty good moment five knots are too right in the no I think I mean again he's not trying to get Bernie voters right he's trying to bite informers he's trying to get people who are with the clover sharp edge where is this we moderate lane supposedly is and I think like there's a good chunk of democratic voters who want the big programs who want gay marriage and all those sorts of things but don't want capitalism destroyed there is that there is a contingency of democratic voters to do that none of them were there last night but they are not there right here they did not show up I mean you still hope that people in middle America right Democrats in Nebraska still believe in the capitalist system you would hope I'm not sure it's true though but I'm not I don't see a lot of evidence of it they do that whole test of of what would you feel comfortable voting for and you know their state president Muslim president the least popular one of the entire thing was socialist I mean I you know again I I think it's still right now that's not all that was seventy four percent were okay with it right is that non known others pull weeds it was forty seven percent overall but I believe seventy four percent of Democrats would vote for socialists so it was just take that on its face right so seven twenty six percent were are not comfortable voting for them at all that's I that's enough to lead the pack in the field right now to get those people now it's you still have to get some of the other people to to win the nomination at the end of the day but like with a divided feel like that he's the only one who seems brave enough to step out and culture to some degree did this but is it brave enough to stand up and just say look yeah capitalism as six eighty four yes it's that he he has a difficult to hydea but even he has to apologize for his wealth by saying he's giving it all giving it all away what you talk at least he signed the giving pledge to me yeah yeah which is that you know still gates did this and I mean he's giving ease one thing is bad at is giving it away apparently because anyway but he's gives it away every time he buys a new house yeah he is I mean look he's given a fortune to largely hard core left wing causes including yeah because it was just a shadow far to the left of you more Bernie Sanders is so this guy's no conservatives no moderate he just has the ability to actually say Hey the entire economic system of this country should be torn down tomorrow this is what's crazy this is what's crazy he the Overton window is in the Soviet Union to wear Bloomberg looks like he's a moderate greasy this guy he is a totalitarian autocrat that's what he is he's an absolute extremist on the second amendment is an add on climate change climate change and if you'll notice is anybody noticed how everyone is now starting to talk about everything in the constitution like yeah we should re examine that I mean you know maybe we should have term limits on on the on the Supreme Court you know we should get rid of the electoral college in the second amendment doesn't work and maybe we should look at the first moment this is the longest running constitution in the history of all mankind and it is pretty kind of worked the greatest period of freedom and wealth and health the world is ever seen and suddenly everybody's talking about maybe she cracked that thing open know what do you say we return to the constitution what do you say we search using it from time to time you know we used to make fun of I apologize we used to make fun of those people who carry the pocket constitution around with them more like old age of the bug I was very worried about vision now okay buddy thank you for caring the cop pocket constitution around thank you thank you they were right they were right we got soul lost and now we're to the point to where okay I just got so much processing my head right now and if so I'm on the edge today's the day I'm do I look bloated to look bloated yeah well that's what I thought that was you know we're normal been typically for a year I think I was like well here's the thing here's the thing how do you get people to buy in to Nazism communism how do you do it Hitler said you've got a great the biggest lies gave the bigger the lie the more the more easy it is and it's the small ones that are hard that never made sense to me well let's see how many Americans right now especially the youth or it always comes from especially the.

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"It worked great you should have seen the chandeliers in the subways are there in full so it's a very again if it was another pretty good moment try not to write in the no I think I mean again he's not trying to get Bernie voters are you starting a fight informers he's trying to get people who are with the clover shower by a judge where is this I mean moderate lane supposedly is and I think like there's a good chunk of democratic voters who want the big programs who want gay marriage and all those sorts of things but don't want capitalism destroyed there is that there is a contingency of democratic voters to do that none of them were there last night but they're they're right here they did not show up and then you still hope that people in middle America right Democrats in Nebraska still believe in the capitalist system you would hope I I'm not sure it's true though but I'm not I don't see a lot of evidence of it they do that whole test of of what would you feel comfortable voting for and you know their state president Muslim president the least popular one in the entire thing was socialist I mean I you know again I I think it's still right now that's not all that was seventy four percent were okay with it right is that non known others pull weeds it was forty seven percent overall but I believe seventy four percent of Democrats would vote for socialists so it was just take that on its face right so seven twenty six percent were are not comfortable voting for them at all that's our that's enough to lead the pack in the field right now to get those people now what gets you still have to get some of the other people to to win the nomination at the end of the day but like with a divided feel like that he's the only one who seems brave enough to step out and pulled her to some degree did this but is it brave enough to stand up and just say look yeah capitalism as sixty four billion yes it's that he had the house it's just difficult to hydea but even he has to apologize for his wealth by saying he's giving it all giving it all away would you talk at least he signed the giving pledge to me yeah yeah which is the yeah still gates did this and I mean he's giving ease one thing is bad at is giving it away apparently because anyway but he's gives it away every time he buys a new house he is I mean look he's given a fortune to largely hard core left wing causes including yeah just wish that are far to the left of you more Bernie Sanders is so this guy's no conservatives no moderate he just has the ability to actually say Hey the entire economic system of this country should be torn down tomorrow this is what's crazy this is what's crazy he the Overton window is in the Soviet Union where Bloomberg looks like he's a moderate greasy this guy he is a totalitarian autocrat that's what he is he's an absolute extremist on the second amendment is an add on climate change climate change and if you'll notice is anybody noticed how everyone is now starting to talk about everything in the constitution like yeah we should re examine that I mean you know maybe we should have term limits on on the on the Supreme Court you know we should get rid of the electoral college in the second amendment doesn't work and maybe we should look at the first moment this is the longest running constitution in the history of all mankind and it is pretty kind of worked the greatest period of freedom and wealth and health the world is ever seen and suddenly everybody's talking about maybe she cracked that thing open well what what do you say we return to the constitution what do you say we started using it from time to time you know we used to make fun of I apologize we used to make fun of those people it carried the pocket constitution around with them more like old aged about you guys very worried about vision now okay buddy thank you for caring the cop pocket constitution around thank you thank you they were right they were right we got so lost and now we're to the point to where okay I just got so much processing my head right now and if so I'm on the edge today's the day I'm do I look bloated to look bloated winner every day I thought that was now we're normal been typically for a year I think I was like well here's the thing here's the thing how do you get people to buy in to Nazism I mean ism how do you do it Hitler said you've got a great the biggest lies gave the bigger the lie the more the more easy it is and it's the small ones that are hard that never made sense to me well let's see how many Americans right now especially the youth or it always comes from especially the U. we'll say yes a man can have a baby yes a man can have his period no we can't if you're bleeding downstairs go see a doctor okay if you're a dude and every month you've got blood shoot now do you see a free kindle doctor something's wrong but how many people are willing to say that if they can get you to say something that you'll know absolutely positively cannot ever happened that a man cannot have a baby you could put a baby in a man but Hey push it grows paid three I don't know how you keep it alive thank you for using thank you thank you appreciate them no man is men's trading today and if you think so you need to see a doctor is well but how many of us have already accepted that light if they can get you to say that or to be afraid to say excuse me dummy no if you were afraid to say that I just cut you loose deny something you know absolutely positively scientifically no questions asked you are now either staying silent or you are agreeing with it and that's without putting the rat cage on your head exactly right like in nineteen eighty four what do you think they so we assume so easy what Palai ease will you tell in your life if you're willing to go there first.

Bernie
"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Servicing the chandeliers in the subways of their in ring owl so it's a very again if it was another pretty good moment try not to do it right in the no I think I mean again he's not trying to get Bernie voters right he's twenty five informers he's trying to get people who are with the clover sharp edge we're in this to be a moderate lane supposedly is and I think like there's a good chunk of democratic voters who want the big programs who want gay marriage and all those sorts of things but don't want capitalism destroyed there is that there is a contingency of democratic voters to do that none of them were there last night but they're they're right here they did not show up I mean you still hope that people in middle America right Democrats in Nebraska still believe in the capitalist system you would hope I'm not sure it's true though but I'm not I don't see a lot of evidence of it they do that whole test of of what would you feel comfortable voting for and you know their state president Muslim president the least popular one of the entire thing was socialist I mean I you know again I I think it's still right now that's not all that was seventy four percent were okay with it right is that non known others full weeks it was forty seven percent overall but I believe seventy four percent of Democrats would vote for socialists so it was just take that on its face right so seven twenty six percent were are not comfortable voting for them at all that's I that's enough to lead the pack in the field right now to get those people now it's you still have to get some of the other people to to win the nomination at the end of the day but like with a divided feel like that he's the only one who seems brave enough to step out and called her to some degree did this but is it brave enough to stand up and just say look yeah capitalism as six eighty four billion yes it's that he had the house it's a vocal to hydea but even he has to apologize for his wealth by saying he's giving it all giving it all away would you talk at least he signed the giving pledge to me yeah yeah which is the yeah still gates did this and I mean he's giving ease one thing is bad at is giving it away apparently because anyway but he's gives it away every time he buys a new house he is I mean look he's given a fortune to largely hard core left wing causes including I just wish that are far to the left of you more Bernie Sanders is so this guy's no conservatives no moderate he just has the ability to actually say Hey the entire economic system of this country should be torn down tomorrow this is what's crazy this is what's crazy he the Overton window is in the Soviet Union to wear Bloomberg looks like he's a moderate greasy he is a totalitarian autocrat that's what he is he's an absolute extremist on the second amendment is an add on climate change climate change and if you'll notice is anybody noticed how everyone is now starting to talk about everything in the constitution like yeah we should re examine that I mean you know maybe we should have term limits on on the on the Supreme Court you know we should get rid of the electoral college in the second amendment doesn't work and maybe we should look at the first moment this is the longest running constitution in the history of all mankind and it is pretty good it worked the greatest period of freedom and wealth and health the world is ever seen and suddenly everybody's talking about maybe she cracked that thing open well what what do you say we return to the constitution what do you say we started using it from time to time you know we used to make fun of I apologize we used to make fun of those people who carry the pocket constitution around with them more like a whole lot about it because it's very worried about a vision now okay buddy thank you for caring the coat pocket constitution around thank you thank you they were right they were right we got so lost and now we're to the point to where okay I just got so much processing of my head right now and if so I'm on the edge today's the day I'm do I look bloated to look bloated yeah well that's Hey.

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:30 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on WTVN

"One that ends at all the government is working very cutting through the hype and speculation if we can I think we need to be prepared for get the facts is when world events can make it to your front door you want to be in for we don't know what's going to damage this virus reduce radios staff WTVN this is the Glenn Beck program I don't know it's like there's a there's a there's a spirit in your walk you're just you seem to always sprint in here today I just to I just watched the greatest debate in human history really yeah of it I love last night though I mean I it's so painful to watch these debates but when they went after each other with a lot of the things that we'd say this is not a major beat that do you remember your teacher you're the teacher we made it box that said what if Glenn Beck is right I think we should need we need a new teacher that just says Glenn Beck was right because they're now finally saying their mask is come off all completely there now I mean you had a Democrat if you can call in that called the quotes socialist what he really is a communist yeah on stage from the Democratic Party and how much did he need to bring in called offers three homes all my so good the wonderful Marxist in the room has as well our home now when for having the whole not with your rhetoric we know a lot of people a lot of people in in Maine New Hampshire wherever yeah I like a lot of thousands have a lot of people listen to it here's the actual quote country have in the country happens to be a millionaire with three houses what I'm watching the first problem New York New York City thank you very much he has a summer camp yes this is summer all mid December K. isn't worried since capitalization summer camp sounds more ready yeah has a little tiny has a look at the cable we can't grow all my R. V. because we see the home is a nice home yeah it's not a campaign tend to part of that you know that's kind of those I mean because people I think rightly so said Bloomberg did pretty poor in this debate but I mean he had some good moments as a good man rain he did great if it was it a presidential general election general election he's going after all the socialist Marxist the Democratic Party they're the only ones going out for these things there seems to be the only one not embarrassed by capitalism and look there are a lot of democratic voters who are not Bernie Sanders you know those people are not I think look at some some of the voters off of candidates the voters are gonna look at that and say well the somebody saying you know like maybe we should be able to keep our own or do you remember when they ask anybody here you know like socialism or you know what I want to blues stick up for capitalism I don't know what it's only close our it can raise their hand for capitalism one boy there seem to be a lot of a lot of talk about socialism and capitalism the audience last night they weren't capitalists know do they stack that world do you know these are just the that's just amazing isn't it it's amazing that so many I mean this is this is just the audience so you would think rank and file Democrats right piling into see this and none of them applied capitalism none of them like capitalism so so let's let's play those could we please will play the cut ten day week applause for capitalism I believe in capitalism but I think our goal someone president of the United one of the most Bloomberg I think I believe in capitalism it wow Amy is a good thing you brought your husband and Bloomberg was there now listen to this Bloomberg says throwing out capitalism would get trump reelected because communism doesn't work listen to this who's for capitalism I can't think of a ways that would make it easier for Donald Trump to get reelected the listing to this conversation the list we tried other countries tried that was called communism and just war war war stepping on my goals now you should have seen the chandeliers in the subways are there in full so it's a very again if that was another pretty good moment five knots are too right in the no I think I mean again he's not trying to get Bernie voters right he's trying to bite informers he's trying to get people who are with the clover sharp edge where is this to be a moderate lane supposedly is and I think like there's a good chunk of democratic voters who want the big programs who want gay marriage and all those sorts of things but don't want capitalism destroyed there is that there is a contingency of democratic voters to do that none of them were there last night but they are not there right yeah they did not show up and then you still hope that people in middle America right Democrats in Nebraska still believe in the capitalist system you would hope I I'm not sure it's true though but I'm not I don't see a lot of evidence of it they do that whole test of of what would you feel comfortable voting for and you know their state president Muslim president the least popular one of the entire thing was socialist I mean I you know again I I think it's still right now that's not all that was seventy four percent were okay with it right is that non known others pull weeds it was forty seven percent overall but I believe seventy four percent of Democrats would vote for socialists so it was just take that on its face right so seven twenty six percent or are not comfortable voting for them at all that's I that's enough to lead the pack in the field right now to get those people now what gets you still have to get some of the other people to to win the nomination at the end of the day but like with a divided feel like that he's the only one who seems brave enough to step out and called her to some degree did this but is it brave enough to stand up and just say look yeah capitalism as six eighty four billion yes it's that he he has a difficult to hydea but even he has to apologize for his wealth by saying he's giving it all giving it all away what you talk at least he signed the giving pledge to me yeah yeah which is the yeah still gates did this and I mean he's giving ease one thing is bad at is giving it away apparently because anyway but he's gives it away every time he buys a new house yeah he is I mean look he's given a fortune to largely hard core left wing causes including yeah I just wish that are far to the left of you more Bernie Sanders is so this guy's no conservatives no moderate he just has the ability to actually say Hey the entire economic system of this country should be torn down tomorrow this is what's crazy this is what's crazy he the Overton window is in the Soviet Union to where Bloomberg looks like he's a moderate greasy this guy he is a totalitarian autocrat that's what he is he's an absolute extremist on the second amendment is an add on climate change climate change N. F. you'll notice is anybody noticed how everyone is now starting to talk about everything in the constitution like yeah we should re examine that I mean you know maybe we should have term limits on on the on the Supreme Court you know we should get rid of the electoral college in the second amendment doesn't work and maybe we should look at the first moment this is the longest running constitution in the history of all mankind and it is pretty kind of worked the greatest period of freedom and wealth and health the world is ever seen and suddenly everybody's talking about maybe she cracked that thing open know what do you say we return to the constitution what do you say we started using it from time to time you know we used to make fun of I apologize we used to make fun of those people that carry the pocket constitution around with them more like old aged about you guys is very worried about vision now okay buddy thank you for caring the cop pocket constitution around thank you thank you they were right they were right we got soul lost and now we're to the point to where okay I just got so much processing my head right now and if so I'm on the edge today's the day I'm do I look bloated the look bloated winner every day I thought that was now we normal been typical right here I think I was like well here's the thing here's the thing how do you get people to buy in to Nazism I mean at some how do you do it Hitler said you've got a great the biggest lies gave the bigger the lie the more the more easy it is and it's the small ones that are hard that never made sense to me well let's see how many Americans right now especially the youth or it always comes from especially the U. we'll say yes a man can have a baby yes a man can have his period no we can't if you're bleeding downstairs go see a doctor okay if you're a dude and every month you've got blood shoot now do you see a free kindle doctor something's wrong but how many people are willing to say that if they can get you to say something that you'll know absolutely positively cannot ever happened that a man cannot have a baby you could put a baby in a man but Hey push it grows paid three I don't know how you keep it alive thank you for using thank you thank you I appreciate that no man is men's trading today and if you think so you need to see a doctor is well but how many of us have already accepted that light if they can get you to say that or to be afraid to say excuse me dummy no if you were afraid to say that choose deny something you know absolutely positively scientifically no questions asked you are now either staying silent or you are agreeing with it and that's without putting the rat cage on your head exactly right like in nineteen eighty four what do you think so and soon so easy what Palai ease will you tell in your life if you're willing to go there first sorry cycling today and I'm what hate guys can have periods to can they no all right sponsored this half hour is my patriot supply emergency seem to happen overnight one minute everything's running normally the next minute the whole world can go upside down let me ask you this if the city you lived in were suddenly quarantined and god for bid this happens but we are looking if you watch the special last night we're looking at the possibility of thirty to sixty percent of the globe having the corona virus that's remarkable what happens it when things start to break down let's see your name in quarantine what happens when this whole thing breaks down in China and you're not getting supplies on the shelves or if your town has to be quarantined the stores close do.

Glenn Beck
"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Capitalism we tried other countries tried that was called communism and just warm warm stop going on my ankles now it worked great you should assume the chandeliers of the subways are there in Russia full so it's a very again if that was another pretty good moment five knots are too right in the I don't know I think I mean again he's not trying to get Bernie voters right he's trying to bite informers he's trying to get people who are with the clover sharp edge where it is we moderate lane supposedly is and I think like there's a good chunk of democratic voters who want the big programs who want gay marriage and all those sorts of things but don't want capitalism destroyed there is that there is a contingency of democratic voters to do that none of them were there last night but they're not there right yeah they did not show up I mean you still hope that people in middle America right Democrats in Nebraska still believe in the capitalist system you would hope I I'm not sure it's true though but I'm not I don't see a lot of evidence of it they do that whole test of of what would you feel comfortable voting for and you know their state president Muslim president the least popular one of the entire thing was socialist I mean I you know again I I think it's still right now that's not all that was seventy four percent were okay with it right is that not unknown others pull we say always forty seven percent overall but I believe seventy four percent of Democrats would vote for socialists so it was just take that on its face right so seven twenty six percent were are not comfortable voting for them at all that's I that's enough to lead the pack in the field right after you get those people now what gets you still have to get some of the other people to to win the nomination at the end of the day but like with a divided feel like that he's the only one who seems brave enough to step out and culture to some degree did this but is it brave enough to stand up and just say look yeah capitalism as sixty four billion yes it's that he he has a difficult a hot idea but even he has to apologize for his wealth by saying he's giving it all giving it all away would you talk at least he signed the giving pledge to me yeah yeah which is the yeah still gates did this and I mean he's giving ease one thing is bad at is giving it away apparently because anyway but he's gives it away every time he buys a new house he is I mean look he's given a fortune to largely hard core left wing causes including yeah I just wish that are far to the left of you more Bernie Sanders is so this guy's no conservatives no moderate he just has the ability to actually say Hey the entire economic system of this country should be torn down tomorrow this is what's crazy this is what's crazy he the Overton window is in the Soviet Union to wear Bloomberg looks like he's a moderate greasy this guy he is a totalitarian autocrat that is what he is he's an absolute extremist on the second amendment is an add on climate change climate change and everyone notices anybody noticed how everyone is now starting to talk about everything in the constitution like yeah we should re examine that I mean you know maybe we should have term limits on on the on the Supreme Court you know we should get rid of the electoral college in the second amendment doesn't work and maybe we should look at the first moment this is the longest running constitution in the history of all mankind and it is pretty kind of worked the greatest period of freedom and wealth and health the world is ever seen and suddenly everybody's talking about maybe she cracked that thing open all war no what do you say we return to the constitution what do you say we start using it from time to time you know we used to make fun of I apologize we used to make fun of those people who carry the pocket constitution around with them more like a loon is not a bug I was very worried about vision now okay buddy thank you for caring the cop pocket constitution around thank you thank you they were right they were right we got soul lost and now we're to the point to okay I just got so much processing my head right now and if so I'm on the edge today's the day I'm do I look bloated to look bloated winner every day I thought that was now we're normal been tip of no no I got here I think I was like well here's the thing here's the thing how do you get people to buy in to Nazism I mean ism how do you do it Hitler said you've got a great the biggest lies gave the bigger the lie them the more easy it is and it's the small ones that are hard that never made sense to me well let's see how many Americans right now especially the youth or it always comes from especially the U. we'll say yes a man can have a baby yes a man can have his period no we can't if you're bleeding downstairs go see a doctor okay if you're a dude and every month you've got blood shoot now do you see a free kindle doctor something's wrong but how many people are willing to say that if they can get you to say something that you'll know absolutely positively cannot ever happened that a man cannot have a baby you could put a baby in a man but Hey push it was paid three I don't know how you keep it alive thank you for using thank you thank you I appreciate that no man is men's trading today and if you think so you need to see a doctor is well but how many of us have already accepted that light if they can get you to say that or to be afraid to say excuse me dummy no if you were afraid to say that they just cut you loose deny something you know absolutely positively scientifically no questions asked you are now either staying silent or you are agreeing with it and that's without putting the rat cage on your head exactly right like in nineteen eighty four what do you think they so we assume so easy what Palai ease will you tell in your life if you're willing to go there first right sorry cycling today I'm I'm what hate guys can have periods to our.

Russia
"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on KTOK

"Now it worked great you should have seen the chandeliers in the subways are there in Russia full so it's a very again if that was another pretty good moment try not to write in the no I think I mean again he's not trying to get Bernie voters right he's trying to bite informers he's trying to get people who are with the clover sharp edge where is this to be a moderate lane supposedly is and I think like there's a good chunk of democratic voters who want the big programs who want gay marriage and all those sorts of things but don't want capitalism destroyed there is that there is a contingency of democratic voters to do that none of them were there last night but there were not there right here they did not show up I mean you still hope that people in middle America right Democrats in Nebraska still believe in the capitalist system you would hope I I'm not sure it's true though but I'm not I don't see a lot of evidence of it they do that whole test of of what would you feel comfortable voting for and you know their stay president Muslim president the least popular one of the entire thing was socialist I mean I you know again I I think it's still right now that's not all that was seventy four percent were okay with it right is that non known others pull weeds it was forty seven percent overall but I believe seventy four percent of Democrats would vote for socialists so it was just take that on its face right so seven twenty six percent were are not comfortable voting for them at all that's our that's enough to lead the pack in the field right now to get those people now what gets you still have to get some of the other people to to win the nomination at the end of the day but like with a divided feel like that he's the only one who seems brave enough to step out closer to some degree did this but is it brave enough to stand up and just say look yeah capitalism as sixty four billion yes it's that he he has a difficult to hydea but even he has to apologize for his wealth by saying he's giving it all giving it all away would you talk at least he signed the giving pledge to me yeah yeah which is the yeah still gates did this and I mean he's giving ease one thing is bad at is giving it away apparently because anyway but he's gives it away every time he buys a new house he is I mean look he's given a fortune to largely hard core left wing causes including yeah just wish that are far to the left of you more Bernie Sanders is so this guy's no conservatives no moderate he just has the ability to actually say Hey the entire economic system of this country should be torn down tomorrow this is what's crazy this is what's crazy he the Overton window is in the Soviet Union where Bloomberg looks like he's a moderate greasy this guy he is a totalitarian autocrat that's what he is he's an absolute extremist on the second amendment exam on climate change climate change N. F. you'll notice is anybody noticed how everyone is now starting to talk about everything in the constitution like yeah we should re examine that I mean you know maybe we should have term limits on on the on the Supreme Court you know we should get rid of the electoral college in the second amendment doesn't work and maybe we should look at the first moment this is the longest running constitution in the history of all mankind and it is pretty kind of worked the greatest period of freedom and wealth and health the world is ever seen and suddenly everybody's talking about maybe she cracked that thing open all what no what do you say we return to the constitution what do you say we start using it from time to time you know we used to make fun of I apologize we used to make fun of those people that carry the pocket constitution around with them more like a loon is going to bug you guys very worried about there's now okay buddy thank you for caring the cop pocket constitution around thank you thank you they were right they were right we got soul lost and now we're to the point to where okay I just got so much processing my head right now and if so I'm on the edge today's the day I'm do I look bloated to look bloated winner every day I thought that was you know we normal been tip of nose right here I think I was like well here's the thing here's the thing how do you get people to buy in to Nazism I mean ism how do you do it Hitler said you've got a great the biggest lies gave the bigger the lie the more the more easy it is and it's the small ones that are hard that never made sense to me well let's see how many Americans right now especially the youth or it always comes from especially the U. we'll say yes a man can have a baby yes a man can have his period no we can't if you're bleeding downstairs go see a doctor okay if you're a dude and every month you've got blood shoot now do you see a free kindle doctor something's wrong but how many people are willing to say that if they can get you to say something that you'll know absolutely positively cannot ever happened that a man cannot have a baby you could put a baby in a man but Hey push it grows paid three I don't know how you keep it alive thank you for using thank you thank you I appreciate that no man is men's trading today and if you think so you need to see a doctor is well but how many of us have already accepted that light if they can get you to say that or to be afraid to say excuse me dummy no if you were afraid to say that I just cut you loose deny something you know absolutely positively scientifically no questions asked you are now either staying silent or you are agreeing with it and that's without putting the rat cage on your head exactly right like in nineteen eighty four what do you think they so we assume so easy what Palai ease will you tell in your life if you're willing to go there first sorry cycling today I'm I mean what hate guys can have periods to our.

Russia
"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I can't think of a ways that would make it easier for Donald Trump to get reelected the listing to this conversation capitalism we tried that other countries tried that was called communism and just war war war stuff going on my goals now it worked great you should assume the chandeliers in the subways are there in whole foods and again if that was another pretty good moment five also to write in the no I think I mean again he's not trying to get Bernie voters right he's trying to bite informers he's trying to get people who are it would like clover sharp edge where is this we moderate lane supposedly is and I think like there's a good chunk of democratic voters who want the big programs who want gay marriage and all those sorts of things but don't want capitalism destroyed there is that there is a contingency of democratic voters to do that none of them were there last night but there are not there right yeah they did not show up and then you still hope that people in middle America right Democrats in Nebraska still believe in the capitalist system you would hope I I'm not sure it's true though but I'm not I don't see a lot of evidence of it they do that whole test of of what would you feel comfortable voting for and you know their state president Muslim president the least popular one of the entire thing was socialist I mean I you know again I I think it's still right now that's not all that was seventy four percent were okay with it right is that non known others pull weeds it was forty seven percent overall but I believe seventy four percent of Democrats would vote for socialists so it was just take that on its face right so seven twenty six percent were are not comfortable voting for them at all that's our that's enough to lead the pack in the field right now to get those people now what gets you still have to get some of the other people to to win the nomination at the end of the day but like with a divided feel like that he's the only one who seems brave enough to step out and culture to some degree did this but is it brave enough to stand up and just say look yeah capitalism as sixty four billion yes it's that he he has a difficult to hydea but even he has to apologize for his wealth by saying he's giving it all began giving it all away would you talk at least he signed the giving pledge to me yeah yeah which is that you know still gates did this and I mean he's giving ease one thing is bad at is giving it away apparently because anyway but he's gives it away every time he buys a new house he is I mean look he's given a fortune to largely hard core left wing causes including yeah just wish that are far to the left of you more Bernie Sanders is so this guy's no conservatives no moderate he just has the ability to actually say Hey the entire economic system of this country should be torn down tomorrow this is what's crazy this is what's crazy he the Overton window is in the Soviet Union to wear Bloomberg looks like he's a moderate greasy this guy he is a totalitarian autocrat that is what he is he's an absolute extremist on the second amendment is an add on climate change climate change and if you'll notice is anybody noticed how everyone is now starting to talk about everything in the constitution like yeah we should re examine that I mean you know maybe we should have term limits on on the on the Supreme Court you know we should get rid of the electoral college in the second amendment doesn't work and maybe we should look at the first moment this is the longest running constitution in the history of all mankind and it is pretty kind of worked the greatest period of freedom and wealth and health the world is ever seen and suddenly everybody's talking about maybe she cracked that thing open all one no what do you say we return to the constitution what do you say we start using it from time to time you know we used to make fun of I apologize we used to make fun of those people it carried the pocket constitution around with them more like old aged bodyguards very wiry to kind of there's now okay buddy thank you for caring the cop pocket constitution around thank you thank you they were right they were right we got soul lost and now we're to the point to work okay so I just got so much processing my head right now and if so I'm on the edge today's the day I'm do I look bloated to look bloated winner every day I thought that was you know we normal been tip of nose for a year I think I was like well here's the thing here's the thing how do you get people to buy in to Nazism communism how do you do it Hitler said you've got to create the biggest lies gave the bigger the lie the more the more easy it is and it's the small ones that are hard that never made sense to me well let's see how many Americans right now especially the you or it always comes from especially the U. we'll say yes a man can have a baby yes a man can have his period no we can act if you're bleeding downstairs go see a doctor okay if you're a dude and every month you've got blood shoot now do you see a free kindle doctor something's wrong but how many people are willing to say that if they can get you to say something that you'll know absolutely positively cannot ever happened that a man cannot have a baby you could put a baby in a man but Hey push it grows.

Donald Trump
"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"All right in Camden robin show JB Markley David main can't be back on Monday been with wife baby there Scott Robinson okay feature trial as for keeping an eye on this and the legal teams are gonna debate before they have the witness vote yeah that's the headline what is there to debate right now see that's the thing right party said how the guy knows this wire what we debating now I don't say that just to make you grow too so I don't know what we're debating I mean we're gonna go back over the same thing again do you think it's really going to change anything if we got the John Bolton maybe he'll swayed some people yes there anything Jerry Nadler can say right now to anyone that's going to change their mind and another pretty much locked in gao Li let's go let's go let's go the vote goes the way most people think it's gonna go it's going to be done no witnesses and then we move on to let's go ahead and buy while while you're while you're here and then it'll be well the president was acquitted and as we already know Nancy Pelosi and the whole crew it's not really an acquittal you will know when is is that a fair trial they're already spending this thing I knew they were going to service I know you know what's going to happen but then when you actually see it I'm sorry it is annoying it is but this is why people can't stand politicians it's just another reason why okay moving off of that for right now as far as I what goes on Monday okay looks like Bernie may come out of there yep is the winner now the latest poll which was a Wall Street journal NBC poll had Bernie one percentage point ahead of Biden like twenty seven twenty six percent you see others were biting has a lead others Bernie has a lead when Elizabeth Warren as far south there thinking she could finish fourth or fifth good but as far as Bernie Sanders goes so the prediction is he could win there he's probably gonna win New Hampshire yes and it's gonna be the steam roles but as we know there are so many mainstream Democrats don't want Bernie they shut burning out of the race against Hillary Clinton well you know what in a ready they're ready to do it again mainstream Democrat it's time to take your party back I mean it was taken away from you and you let it happen well this true you lead DA sees the world in the re she did to leaves and Bernie Sanders and you let him out of the bag announcer when you had the chance so for Twitter mobs instead of just standing up saying no this is what this party is about okay we're not gonna let you influence us anymore yes you're gonna lose a great deal of people well you had a rough bill that you have to restart it but this isn't this is a non winning hand where we used to talk about the report the Republican splitting parties yes we have the tea party yep group and you had the traditional yep GOP and then honestly trump brought it together choice thing I had to follow him because the people wanted him and the Republicans eventually wore out their welcome with that because it always becomes something it wasn't intended to be the the the more that the voice is the louder the body than the less it becomes tangible agreed to becomes this thing it used to be about taxed enough already and then it became the socio economic that it became something else and then became a litmus test for be candidates for you to endorse them it just it became that and the same things happen to the left yes now if you're not good with third trimester abortions if you're not okay with open borders if you're not okay with free college if you're not okay with the raising student loans if you're not okay with free healthcare you're not allowed we're simply not allowed so it's a problem for the party it's a huge problem for the party because as we've expressed many times on the show the majority of Americans we don't speak for them we just are then we're sitting somewhere in in the middle of all this noise and and we're looking at this going I don't really have an alternative here I'm not okay with all this stuff they think I'm okay with right because they live in this bubble they don't get outside of the bubble they don't know meet anecdotally for a lot of just I mean ladies do do we now yeah over time well some have just gone from voting Democrat to voting Republican yes I never thought they would but they are now and there are a whole lot of other Democrats out there that were raised union Democrats that are like what what's happening with this party it's hard to identify with anymore I don't know what to do because there's a part of a union person that says why I've got to go with the Democrats or do you because you feel like you're selling your soul on so many things that you just don't believe in it that's where that party is it's a big problem but now this is not bill Clinton's party anymore so do you think the way past that with this ad that moderate Democrats are trying to take part back because yes going both barrels it Bernie but I think they're looking at this going what is the goal what is the goal of the Democratic Party the goal of the Democratic Party today this is somehow defeats Donald Trump in November yeah and most people say it people who are not in the extreme of people that sit somewhere going well I could go either way independence is we like to call them I don't they really are that many but that will never be able to support a socialist for president of the United States I think are you you are you really at night here well no but I mean I I know she they have to if they want any chance at all of the winning a general Bernie isn't it I'm gonna get messages is Scott okay and right now it's hard all that sort of stuff it's fine okay well I wanna play is sad did you brought this to me yes saying this is how much they want back money now this is not be sanctioned through the DNC right but it's pac money yes got the.

Camden JB Markley Scott Robinson
"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

"Time I don't know how action right and I don't know how it's GonNa work like minority report. It was based on basically contact lenses. They had in but right they scan your eye basically zapped each individual gets his apple. You're walking I see and they go. They think it's ten twenty years away but it's like literally there right now And I don't know what the big deal is all like. I do go like Denver. DENVER DENVER DETROIT Ten forty gate. A right to it's like it's not. Is this a problem for which we need. An additional solution solution. I guess I want to bring a bottle of water. It and that's what I would right. Yeah exactly is it for CAN I. It's my four ounce bottle of shampoo going to get thrown away or so speaking of throwaways than I do love this apparently. There's a database sitting on a Chinese IP address With the details of fifty six million Americans just hanging out out publicly open and accessible Thanks to a website called check. People Dot Com is apparently where it was pilfered from. I love the the response. What's no the subtext of the of the headline? If check people could take a look at this that would be great. Yeah so yeah. Apparently it's names addresses is employment. I'll yeah good good good times. Thanks thanks for that. However that happened relatives Criminal records basically just skimmed public records. Yeah good time. The database and white hat hacker. They had to the found it they had to. They had to list that Alex. Hey that's why I said it's not the individual breaches you have to worry about. It's the people that are out there reading this and it was yeah. It was personal data and Meta data. Yeah they're all scraped just sitting out there and Yeah Nice at this point. It's funny because we're talking about twenty three and me and all that crap at work and the guy goes. I don't do that crap. Like a man. They go activity readout. Google DOT COM. He goes I delete that stuff. I go oh yeah. That's because it's gone on snapchat actually deletes the picture right. Ah but it's it's it is a sad day though and I didn't realize how many people like we know when they forced windows ten and everybody windows windows windows seven was it was. It wasn't really many bad Microsoft. Os ooh change. I hate it But apparently the the Big Bang Theory Sheldon when he was a windows eight came out he was windows. Eight is it's so much more user friendly than windows seven. I don't like it would apparently early. Microsoft's dropping support a seven today. And they're not going to as of today it is. It is end of life twenty six percent of old. PC's twenty-six that number blew my mind right now because they know because he has we sat in Wjr on Saturday looking at the Windows XP screen as my God windows Windows Xp and they were making fun of him screen right there. L. Crt Monitor God but no because they were forcing ten upgrades so so like we know. Seven twenty six percent I think about one in four. PC's yeah that's insane but it's one of the things it's again if it's functioning and it works coil and you can still get windows ten if you want. If you're still running windows seven or windows eight you can still get windows ten it. They stopped pushing it for free but they're still support against go down the media download the media creation tool up from the Microsoft website. Run it and then check the activation and a loser ater seven key to activate the windows ten version cool. Well Hey we're gonNA take speaking of I got nothing. I was GONNA activating speaking of cats. We're GONNA take take a quick break. We're going to be back with CAST and Thomas Talking about being on. WJR This weekend and a bunch of this stuff. This is the I team that they will be in the day lead meet listen networking Detroit one beer at a time. Hey guys it's time Bruce Leroy from the last dragon you're listening to the IT. And these show I in the D dot Com. Hey welcome back segment to episode three thirty of the IT. Each show broadcasting live studio three podcasts trained beautiful Royal Oak Michigan Bob Sales Guy gave the GIG. Ronnie you're the twitter's is doing the twitter's find US online. It in the commune in a white. 'cause we are eighteen and hugh. You're you're still not but we still love you as a reminder again I am a moron and and I scheduled the event for next Thursday. Not this Thursday my apologies. We'll have that fixed moving forward in future months but hey capital one knows. Life doesn't is an alert you about your credit card. That's why they created you. Know the capital one assistant to catch US things that might look one with your credit card like over tipping charges or potential.

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"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's the same Larry elder love your show by the way the Democrats want no charter schools so they can control everything and everybody and make it at all but you know it's the left so what do you expect late night seven one S. eight G. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder believe after the calm studio article in red state talks about the political composition of the attendees at his most recent town hall transmission town hall in Toledo Ohio listen to this his campaign manager Brad parks Callie is very data driven and he collects stats all the attendees tries to check this out twenty one point nine percent of the rally goers those that attended the rally the trump had in Toledo Ohio twenty one point nine percent identify as Democrats twenty point nine percent identify as independents that means approximately forty two point eight percent the people that attended this rally were either a Democrat or an independent how many Republicans do thank attended your typical Bernie Sanders rallies with just ballpark what do you think I'm thinking not much okay Joe Biden may this assertion about Delaware guy come out of the civil rights movement to secure my state as the eighth largest by population mark I come out of the civil rights movement as a kid we've talked about that before I come out of the civil rights movement to secure my state as the eighth largest by population mark for decades he's been saying things like he's Martin civil rights protests he helped to desegregate lunch counters and movie theaters in Delaware turns out he then walk that back to there was a segregated theater and a segregated restaurant that help to desegregate is no evidence whatsoever that he did that but he's been saying it now for decades and I keep waiting for one of his democratic colleagues to call him out on it believe me if he is the last person standing I suspect that president trump made race the other part is his assertion that the state has the eighth largest black population in America I come out of the civil rights movement to secure my state as the eighth largest by population eighth largest black population in America let's see the state with the highest black population are number one Texas number two Georgia number three Florida number four New York number five California number six North Carolina number seven Illinois number eight guy come out of the civil rights movement to secure my state as the eighth largest by population mark number eight Maryland well number nine three Genya number ten Louisiana guy come out of the civil rights movement to secure my state as the eighth largest by population mark now you know he's talking about as a percentage of members of the state blacks are the eighth largest population in Delaware S. percentage for example DC which is not a state the population is forty six percent black Mississippi thirty seven percent Louisiana thirty two percent Georgia number four thirty one percent Maryland number five twenty nine percent South Carolina number six twenty six percent Alabama number seven twenty six percent Delaware number eight twenty one point five six percent total population black population of two hundred thousand but it is not the most eighth most populous statement by blacks even make the top ten so Biden.

Larry elder
"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A local newspaper it's called news from a neighborhood in our program we bring in Zach what we found this morning yeah I have something interesting this is being reported in the Modesto bee in the Sacramento bee and some state grounds workers at the capitol who were attacked by a a homeless person now able to carry pepper spray okay they gave the go ahead to protect themselves exactly and the state says they're not gonna pay for this pepper sprayed right in the workers want to carry it they are they are now allowed if I'm not mistaken wasn't like a couple of weeks ago when they were attacked on the yeah it was yeah yeah okay you know it's not easy work okay okay Stina new poll out I'd be D. T. I. P. P. pull out of our and for our Tober you know a lot of new polls coming out this is just the latest number Elizabeth Warren twenty seven percent Joe Biden twenty six percent Bernie Sanders ten percent right and then there are a host of candidates following that Kamel Heris doesn't even pole above three percent no she's had declining holes throughout the summer and her fundraising now was flat for third quarter was it's stagnating her fundraising she's really trying to focus on Iowa now and get into the small groups and really try to you know meet with people in smaller groups now yeah she's she's struggling to get a job they don't much time now they've got to get that thing jumpstarted because their polling in the very low single digits and you know everybody else the top three twenty seven twenty six percent I guess not just of all you mentioned but she's pretty much faith at least and I mean that's the highest showing she has right now okay those are the new numbers out there in the election a double whammy for northern California to live in the woods or nearby insurance rates and home values what's going on there in three minutes Christina men don sat and Sam Shane trust worthy objective with.

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Studio inside of the beltway. I am Hugh Hewitt. I will return next hour to the celebrations and commemorations in Normandy. With more audio but there's other news today. One of the most important stories in fact, just came out an economist YouTube poll on the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination, which has Joe Biden a twenty seven percent among the Democrats Bernie Sanders fifteen Elizabeth Warren at twelve comma, Harris at nine mayor, put it at ten and then it drops off a rocket to Cory Booker to any one Bill, a blog to Mr. Yang at one Castro zero Hickenlooper one Gabbard at one joining me because he's the guy trust on. These numbers is NBC news. Steve cornell. Good morning, Steve. Good to have you. Good morning. You author, the red and the blue. We're looking at the blue this morning. What do you make of this economy YouTube pole? Yeah. I guess two things number one. Biden continues to weed, although the bottom line number for their twenty seven percent. That's on the low end of what we've seen for him since it announcement. But still a double digit lead for him in as you mention. Once you get beyond Biden Sanders is pretty established in second place at distance second-place. You've got a jumble there. And then you've just got this giant VAT pack of candidates. You know, one percent if that I think we're sort of in now holding pattern heading into this first bait were a couple of weeks away from it. I think three weeks away from the first debate, and I think the first debate is going to, I would expect we're going to see some significant jumbling after the first debaters that question of somebody kind break out and get close to Biden. We'll see if that happens after the first debate will any of those, let's say fifteen sixteen candidates who were down zero one two percent will any of them start getting traction. I think that's something we'll find out and we'll find out. Biden gonna take a hit in one of these candidates lay glove on him. Will he do something himself causes? We've seen his bad campaigns. Will he do something himself that causes him to lose support? So I think there's a lot of questions heading into this first debate number eager to see what happens are the top wind. The top five are. Joe Biden at twenty seven Bernie Sanders at fifteen Elizabeth Warren twelve Senator Connell Harris at nine Pete. But at ten stink cornucopia in the red and the blue you kind of took a deep dive into American realignment on meet the press Sunday, Jon Meacham made the point that Democrats have one big, when not, not big, but they want significant change in direction elections, when they've nominated generational change candidate in the form of John F. Kennedy in nineteen sixty in the form of Bill Clinton in nineteen Ninety-two in the form of Barack Obama in two thousand and eight Joe Biden is the opposite of generational change. But boy, p is its personification is that the real con. Beneath the contest here. Yeah. It's interesting. Right Biden kind of breaks the rules you thought were kind of there for Democrats would handle an election like this. What is powering by I think two things are powering Biden right now. Number one is. Look, you see this in polls, ask about the ability to be Donald Trump that idea of electability, however you wanted to find it. That is squarely on the minds of democratic voters. And there is a sense, right now again, you know, fair or not depending on your perspective. But there is a sense, I think, among a lot of democratic voters that Biden is the best bet to be Trump in factors polling out there again right now. We'll see if it changes, but there's polling out there that shows Biden doing a couple of points better than other Democrats against Trump, so that, that seems to be what driving this unusual? You know, as you say, candidate, who does not fit the type of you'd expect normally to be a head here, perhaps, I think that's what's driving it in terms of that contrast with Buddha. Judge the other source of strength that Biden has right now in polls, he's doing significantly better. I say double digits, better among black voters than among white voters, and black voters are about a quarter of the democratic primary electorate about one out of four votes cast next year. We'll be by black. Voters Biden right now is cleaning up among black voters in Buddha. Judge extent he has gotten some momentum here. You say ten percent is new poll. Not done it by building any really significant meaningful. Black support. I continue to look every poll. I see my own test for whether Buddha, judge is going to be more than, you know, kind of factional candidate here. Mike Catt has been do you start to see him? Register with black voters. You start to see him register with more sort of blue collar voters. He does very well right now. You can you can predict in most polls, where Buddha. Judges support is gonna come from. It's gonna come right now from folks who are more likely to describe themselves as liberal or very liberal, it's going to come more likely from folks with higher incomes one hundred hundred fifty thousand dollars. Plus, it's going to be more likely to come from folks with a college degree, or really a post grad degree, and it's going to be much more likely to come from, from folks, where white folks who are black. So there's a big chunk of the Democratic Party that right now has not tuned into Buddha, judge for whatever reason and intil, unless it does, I think he's going to be stuck with a ceiling of. Right now, charisma of intelligence is real, but it is also limited by the reality of demographic. But I wanna go back a look at the vice president for a moment. Vice-president Biden, the dog that didn't bark. Is he ought to be much higher than twenty seven percents cranky? That's my sense. My sense is that's that's really disappointing for someone who served eight years alongside of President Obama's been in politics in nineteen seventy two and that, that bubble is going to drain out, very, very quickly, Bernie will win Iowa and New Hampshire. The party will panic and turn to Kamla Harris. That's what I think's going to happen. But what about the idea that Joe Biden ought not to be at twenty seven pretending to be at forty seven or fifty seven percent right now? Yeah, I agree with you. Twenty seven if you look at the recent polling nationally twenty seven this is the lowest number. I've seen for Biden since he got in the race. There's always the question there is this one sort of is this just on the low end of what you're gonna find? Is he really more at mid thirties, high thirties, when you average everything together, I think, to the extent, he's heat in the mid to high thirties, or above. He still need decent position relative to the rest of this field. If he does, if we start seeing more polls where he's down at twenty eight twenty seven twenty six percent or lower. Yeah. I think that is a problem for him. I think there's just look, I to me, the question with Biden, one of the big questions with Biden and democratic voters. It's not about we pay a lot of attention to. Well, he did this on the crime Bill or he did this on busing in the seventies. And how will democratic voters react to that? I think this is tough to measure. But I think democratic voters want to see what he looks like in sounds like on the stage with the other candidates in the media every day when he starts doing more frequent campaign events. There's this thing where I don't think there's a number that any voter really has in their mind about what is or isn't too old to be president. But I do think there's thing, where when you get an older candidate if they if they start to look in sound like they might be too old. I do think that sets off alarm bells with voters, and I think that's, I think he'd be the first president ever to cross eighty years old office. We just never had somebody running this position before. And I just I think that something how does he look? How does he sound? I think somebody going to be on the minds of democratic voters as they watched the debates in on the trail question, Cornell from NBC news. When I did the debates for years ago, I was stunned by the audience is the first one that I did was at the Reagan library with an audience of twenty two million that didn't count radio and delayed broadcast, the first debate which NBC is hosting coming up later this month. Why do you expect the size to be? And in fact, will that even tell us remotely, what the impact is will depend upon what clips play again. And again, on this show and others. The following morning there. It is in terms of the impact. You just you nailed it, the clip it, here's what I think most of these, if you've got a democratic field right now, if you four candidates you wanna go with the longest possible list right now. So to twenty of them are going to get up on stage in the majority of those twenty candidates are not registering in the polls right now are not getting any news coverage right now in the need something to happen. And I think they look. You know, we're talking here about people to judge. He's gotten traction this year because he's had some of those viral moments he had that CNN, townhall a couple of months ago, a couple of quits ended up in wide circulation online played and all the shows next thing you know, he's in the top four and the democratic field, and I think whether it's on Castro or Cory Booker. Jay Inslee, John Hickenlooper. You name John Delaney all these candidates who are not registering right now they think they are one moment away one. Knock it out of the ballpark. Forty five second answer in front of a wide audience away from suddenly getting media attention suddenly getting traction. And then, you know, in politics, traction be get traction. So I think that's, that's to me, the, the real stakes this of this debate coming up. I think just giving the DNC's changing the qualifying rules later in the year. Those candidates who are not really registering right now. They are all shooting for angling for probably rehearsing for right now that moment. I think you're absolutely right. And Steve Kornacki come back the day after and talk with me about whether or not that moment, went to people to judge, or Seth molten or anybody like that. Always a pleasure. Follow him on Twitter at Steve Kornacki, and whenever he shows up on your tube. Listen actually knows what he's talking about time for me to tell you about the pre market report brought to you by Andrew and Todd.

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"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The beltway. I am Hugh Hewitt. I will return next hour to the celebrations and commemorations in Normandy. With more audio but there's other news today. One of the most important stories in fact, just came out an economist YouTube poll on the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination, which has Joe Biden at twenty seven percent. Among the Democrats Bernie Sanders at fifteen Elizabeth Warren at twelve comma, Harris at nine mayor put a judge at ten and then it drops off a rocket to Cory Booker to any one built a blog to Mr. Yang, at one Castro zero Hickenlooper one Gabbard at one joining me because he's the guy I trust on these numbers is NBC news. Steve kornacki. Good morning, Steve. Good to have you. Good morning. Hugh author the red and the blue. We're looking at the blue this morning. What do you make of this? Economists YouTube poll. Yeah, I guess two things you know, number one Biden continues to weed, although the bottom line number for their twenty seven percent. That's on the low end what we've seen for him since announcement. But still a double digit lead for him in Ed, you mention once you get beyond Biden Sanders is pretty established in second place at distance second-place. You've got a jumble there. And then you've just got this giant VAT pack of candidates. You know, one percent if that I think we're sort of in now holding pattern heading into this first debate were couple of weeks away from it. I think three weeks away from the first debate, and I think the first debate is going to, I would expect, we're gonna see some significant jumbling after the first debaters that question of somebody kind of break out and get close to Biden. We'll see if that happens after the first date will any of those, you know, let's say fifteen sixteen candidates who were down zero one. Two percent will any of them start getting tracks. And I think that's something we'll find out and we'll find out Biden, take a hit you know, in one of these candidates sleigh glove on him. Will he do something himself that causes we've seen his bad campaigns? Will he do something himself that causes him to lose support? So I think there's a lot of questions heading into this. I beat number eager to see what happens, again, the top wind the top five are Joe Biden twenty-seven Bernie Sanders, fifteen Elizabeth Warren at twelve Senator Harris at nine p but a judge at ten Steve Kornacki in the red and the blue you kind of took a deep dive into American realignment on meet the press Sunday, Jon Meacham made the point that Democrats have one big, when not, not big, but they want significant change in direction elections, when they've nominated generational change candidate in the form of John F. Kennedy in nineteen sixty in the form of Bill Clinton in nineteen Ninety-two in the form of Barack Obama in two thousand and eight Joe Biden is the opposite of generational change. But boy. Oy. P footage is its personification. Is that the real contest beneath the contest here? Yeah, it's, it's interesting. Right Biden kind of breaks the rules you thought were kind of there for Democrats would handle an election like this. What is powering by I think two things are powering Biden right now. Number one is look you see this in polls, and ask about the ability to beat Donald Trump that idea of electability, however you wanted to find it. That is squarely on the minds of democratic voters. And there is a sense, right now again, you know, fair or not depending on your perspective. But there is a sense, I think, among democratic voters did Biden is the best bet to be Trump and ineffective polling out there again right now. We'll see if it changes, but there's polling out there that shows Biden doing a couple of points better than other Democrats against Trump, so that, that seems to be what's driving this on usual? You know, as you say a candidate who does not fit the type of you'd expect normally to be a head here, perhaps, I think that's what's. Driving in terms of that contrast with Buddha. Judge the other sources strength that Biden has right now imposes. He is doing significantly better. I'd say double digits, better among black voters among white voters, and black voters are about a quarter of the democratic primary electorate about one out of four votes cast next year. We'll be by black voters Biden right now is cleaning up among black voters and Buddha. Judge extent. He has gotten some momentum here. You say ten percent is new poll is not done it by building. Any really significant meaningful? Black support. I continue to look every poll. I see my own test for whether Buddha, judge is going to be more than, you know, kind of factional candidate here. Mike test has been start to see him. Register with black voters. Do you start to see him? Register with more sort of blue collar voters. He does very well right now. You can you can predict in most polls, where Buddha. Judges support is gonna come from. It's gonna come right now from folks who are more likely to describe themselves as liberal. Or very liberal is gonna come more likely from folks with higher incomes one hundred hundred fifty thousand dollars. Plus, it's going to be more likely to come from folks with a college degree, or really a post grad degree, and it's going to be much more likely to come from, from folks, where white and folks who are black. So there's a big chunk of Democratic Party right now has not tuned into Buddha. Judge for whatever reason until in less, it does. I think he's going to be stuck with a ceiling of about where he is. Right now, charisma of intelligence is real, but it is also limited by the reality of demographics. But I wanna go back and look at the vice president for a moment. Vice-president Biden, the dog that didn't bark. Is he ought to be much higher than twenty seven percents, the cranky? That's my sense. My senses. That's that's really disappointing for someone who served eight years alongside of President Obama's been in politics in nineteen seventy two and that, that bubble is going to drain out, very, very quickly, Bernie will win Iowa and New Hampshire. Sure, the party will panic and turn to comma, Harris. That's what he thinks going to happen. But what about the idea that Joe Biden ought not to be at twenty seven percent? He ought to be at forty seven or fifty seven percent right now. Yeah. No. I agree with you. Twenty seven I if you look at the recent polling nationally twenty seven this is the lowest number. I've seen for Biden since he got in the race. There's always the question there is this one sort of is this just on the low end of what you're gonna find it. He really more at, you know, mid thirties, high thirties, when you average everything together, I think to the extent, he's he'd in the mid to high thirties, or above. He still in a decent position relative to the rest of this field. If he does, if we start seeing more polls where he's down at twenty eight twenty seven twenty six percent or lower. That is a problem for him. And I think there's just look, I to me the question with Biden, one of the big questions with Biden democratic voters. It it's not about we pay a lot of attention to well, he did this on the crime Bill or he did this on busing in the seventies, and how will democratic voters react to that. I think this is tough to measure. But I think democratic voters wanna see what he looks like in sounds like on the stage with the other candidates in the media every day when you start doing more frequent campaign events. There's this thing where I don't think there's a number that any voter really hasn't their mind about what is or isn't too old to be president. But I do think there's a thing where when you get older candidate if they if they start to look in sound like they might be too old. I do think that sets off alarm bells with voters, and I think that's I think it's unintended he'd be the first president ever to cross eighty years old and office. We've just never had somebody run in this position before. And I just I think that's something how. How does he look? How does he sound? I think that is going to be on the minds of democratic voters as they watch the debates in him on the trail last question, first cornet KE from NBC news when I did the debates for years ago, I was stunned by the audience size, the first one that I did was at the Reagan library with an audience of twenty two million that didn't count radio and delayed broadcast, the first two bait, which NBC is hosting coming up later this month. What do you expect the size to be? And in fact, will that even tell us remotely, what the impact is will depend upon what clips play again. And again, on this show and others. The following morning there. It is in terms of the impact, you just you nailed it. It's the click it, here's what I think most of these, if you've got a democratic field right now, if at twenty four candidates you wanna go with the longest possible list right now. So to twenty of them are going to get up on stage and the majority of those twenty candidates are not registering in the polls right now are not getting any news coverage right now in the. Need something to happen? And I think they look at, you know, we're talking here about people to judge. He's gotten traction this year because he's had some of those viral moments that CNN, townhall a couple of months ago, a couple of the quips ended up in wide circulation. Online played on all the shows next thing you know, you know, he's in the top four in the democratic field, and I think whether it's on Castro Cory Booker, Jay Inslee John Hickenlooper you name John Delaney all these candidates who are not registering right now they think they are one moment away one. Knock it out of the ballpark. Forty five second answer in front of a wide audience away from suddenly getting media attention suddenly getting traction. And then, you know, in politics, traction, he gets traction. So I think that's, that's to me, the, the real stakes this of this debate coming up. I think just giving the DNC's changing the qualifying rules later in the year. Those candidates who are not really registering right now. They are all shooting for angling for probably rehearsing for right now. That moment. I think you're absolutely right. And Steve Kornacki come back the day after and talk with me about whether or not that moment, went to people to judge, or Seth Moulton or anybody like that. Always a pleasure. Follow him on Twitter at Steve Cornell game whenever he shows.

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"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on Primary Ride Home

Primary Ride Home

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on Primary Ride Home

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People listening on apple podcast on Spotify on Google podcast and lots of others. Plus anchor helps you earn money from your podcast with no minimums download anchor app or go to anchor FM to get started. That's anchor dot FM. All right. One more. Big polling story for today. CNN has conducted a poll which among many other things asked voters how enthusiastic they are about voting for president in next year's election. So this next bit of data comes from a tweet by Ryan struck who works for CNN. I'm going to read a series of years for the previous polls and a percentage of voters in those years. Who said they were extremely enthusiastic about voting for president. Okay. So it's year and percentage of extreme enthusiasm. Okay. Two thousand three nineteen percent. Two thousand seven twenty six percent two thousand eleven twenty eight percent two thousand fifteen twenty two percent. That's dropping down twenty nineteen forty five percent that is more than double the twenty fifteen number. And it's better than all the previous numbers in this particular poll. So this year people are already super pumped to vote for president. But what does that mean is it just Democrats that are enthusiastic or is it Republicans or both well dug into the PDF of the raw data and on page thirty four the methodology behind that question is explained in great detail, the pollsters asked everybody who was registered to vote regardless of party, whether they were quote, extremely enthusiastic very enthusiast. Mystic somewhat enthusiastic. Not too enthusiastic or not at all enthusiast. End quote about voting for president specifically and on that page, they break it down by party, self identification. So among registered voters who lean democratic the very enthusiastic number is forty six percent among registered voters who lean Republican. It's forty seven percent. So what you see here is not just Democrats like to go out there and defeat Trump not at all we have here is evidence of a heavily engaged electorate on both sides that is fascinating. And now the other big news from that. Same CNN poll is about democratic primary voters top preference. And no surprise Joe Biden. Now that he's officially in the race. He is polling at thirty nine percent. Among the primary field. This is a massive bump after his announcement last week and the next two on the list are Bernie Sanders at fifteen percent. And it was with Warren at eight percent. And one last bit of analysis from this poll, I'm reading here from CNN's Harry Entin, quote, one of the biggest surprises of this primary season. So far is how to white men Biden Sanders have continuously led a field with a record number of women. I certainly thought women would have an edge after a record number of democratic women were elected to the house of representatives last year. Well, part of the reason women candidates aren't doing better is that there isn't much of a gender gap. So far that is women and men voters have similar preferences. Our poll has Biden Sanders scoring nearly identical percentages of the vote from women and men. None of the women candidates are getting into the double digits with women or men and quote now that's something to watch as we get closer to the primaries. All

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03:39 min | 3 years ago

"seven twenty six percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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