17 Burst results for "Two Thousand Three Hours"

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Them, Roulston, go through who is on your team? Meaning you know, you have a financial team that whether it's whether you do it yourself or whether you're associated with a financial planning firm, we want to know who is backing up, what you're doing who is making helping you make decisions in your portfolio, and while we're doing so we'll share with you. How do things here at HP financial since myself and Keith opened the doors here in two thousand three so kief back. You know, I know you're our weeks are busy in with clients new clients. What's the running theme lately, still many people coming in without a plan? Yeah. I mean most folks here, you know, the story and hear what we do for in what a lot of people that we work with factually, you know, Ben sending their friends and things along because of the type of planning that we do. So. Yeah. I think the main thing is most folks come in here, they're looking to kind of go back to what you said at the beginning to have a team around them to help them put together the proper retirement plan. But then to also make sure that as things change or you know, tax laws change estate planning laws change. They have that team around them to help them address any changes ongoing. Exactly. And let me remind folks that are listening. We opened our doors here in two thousand and three myself, Keith. We joke around you probably wouldn't want to come to us, then although we do have clients now that are still with us from back then, and we, we always remind him, how appreciative we are because two thousand three hours twenty three years old and Keith was twenty five and now it's twenty four. So we were, you know, we still aren't that although we're getting older know thirty nine forty and forty one. Yeah. Almost forty two. Yeah. So we're getting there. But when it comes down to doing this in two thousand three and when we started the, the real differentiator when we look at our firm. How others work, and there's a lot of good firms out there. Certainly not the only good firm, but a certain key distinctions.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"And because of that I like the point. Well, listen, you you you said you're not a believer yet in the Seahawks. I am I love the Seahawks here minus three and a half a couple of things they're playing extremely well playoffs. There. Fighting for a spot. Scott mentioned Wilson's lack of passing your what they've been doing on the ground now with just they're running backs. Wilson running the ball has been very effective San Fran huge win last week at Denver again at home against Denver. They burn me. I don't think they do at two in a row. And if Denver knew how to stop the tight end, they might not have been embarrassed. So I think Seattle's defense. Here can slowdown kill and then pull out your only lane three and a half. And I love the fact that that line job because of money and not because of an injury because that would make me nervous. We got a guy got get a couple the last few years for nine is terrible before grop LA got there. They lost the Seahawks by three two years ago. They were two and fourteen. They lost the Seahawks by two. There's always one game. Between those teams. That's close. Oh, yeah. I I mean, I don't think it's a well. I wouldn't be surprised if the Seahawks win it easy. But I love the way the Seahawks applying right now, and I don't and I love the fact that San Fran had a big sort of it was twenty four team. But they're really blood the Broncos. So I think now. Two hundred and ten yards for tight end in the first that's not happening again. Right. We thought this would be a big one one of the games of the year. But it's a little bit of luster. And it's the patriots going into Pittsburgh, New England favor here by two and a half total fifty two Scott. I like the patriots in this game. I like the patriots because of the recent history between these teams I like him because there's something going on with the Steelers that isn't quite right. You don't go into Oakland and lose outright to that raiders team. Think when you look at what Brady has done in dominating the Steelers eleven two straight up ten to one against the spread thirty touchdowns and four interceptions in those thirteen games. The Steelers Mike Tomlin do what they do. And what they do is get pressure on the quarterback by blitzing. That's not how you beat Brady. You get pressure with four and you have seven in coverage. The Steelers are so stubborn, and they just refuse to change up the way, they defend the paycheck. I have no reason to believe the going to do it here. I think there's gonna be some point scored in this game. It is a high total. I I'm not sure I would go over the total because I could see a lot of sustained drives. I don't think either team's gonna really be turning the ball over. So I could see a lot of yards and some points. This is going to be a double digit catch week for James white out of the backfield against those blitz. There's no doubt about it. It almost has to be right and gronkowski just dominates them. Right. Hausky is averaging over one hundred ten yards per game against the Steelers in the six games. He's putting his eight touchdowns in those games. The Steelers won't change the way they play defense against the patriots until I see it. I have to take PAT's in this one. Ben patriots, minus two and a half. Couple Tom Brady stats for you thirty four and eleven against the spread after regular season loss. Twenty one ten in one that sixty eight percent against the spread in the second of two straight road games. Covering by six point five points per game. That's two thousand three hour in the past face an opponent with a better than five hundred. Record in the spot Brady sixteen and four that's eighty percent against the spread. And plus, you know, the history between these two teams love the pats. I like the patriots too. So congrats dole the Pittsburgh fans out there. Your w listen, I this is what I said in Lyon. I see I see patriots minus. And if it's ever under three I bet them. I don't care about your stats on care if the games in Pittsburgh Green Bay, Chicago or the moon. It's the best quarterback in the sport the best coach in the sport. And you only feel always always always take my chances..

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on KGO 810

"You don't have to. We all have we have all the luxury to choose. And if they choose not to believe, they don't have to. And so we I leave it there for people because I want all of this to be non-threatening, I want this just to be something that inspires people. Don't just threaten people even a lot of it sounds kind of weird. You have no doubts though, about the other side and its existence to you. I have is he wrote down. Next up. Let's go to Jack in Arkansas for your first time caller, go ahead. We're in Arkansas are you in Pokemon is very fact, I'm better roll into rolling about five minutes. What part of that northeast corner across the southeast, Missouri. Arkansas border right there. Probably out over fifty minutes from lake restore a drug tabby. Yeah. I grew up in Miami, Oklahoma by him, Oklahoma. Yeah. You know what? Hi, sorry. I totally hijack you. Go ahead, Jack. I was telling the guy that answer the phone. You know, I haven't listened to this the first time we thought what one point threes are he's already. Yes. Talk radio. And I recently here why a couple of weeks of it listened to our second shift working driving transport service for a PICO workers of ear for figuring factory. Okay. And. I've been listening to your late last show number listen to Sean Hannity on the Hornets. But. Story about a boy named Joshua that. Hey. We it was two thousand three hours working on a riverboat eighteen years down the river. And by then girlfriend was pregnant with our first our first child boy and her dad asked played every game. In in a tragic truck the accident, and there was no closure. You know, when where we what I got off boat as they had already the body did decompose along the truck bodies disease. Oh. These things at that. He added his wallet wedding rings and stuff like that. Well, shortly thereafter, my son was born in September two thousand three. In the mafia passed away in November. I started. We started seeing like your thing. Nick was about four months old or every started seeing here. Her mom started her mom live close to. She was here in what she thought was. Herbal sister running up and down the hallway at night late at night, even hollered at her. And I was I was hearing things, you know, walking in hallways and stuff like that. I was like, well, then one day we had dick my son laying in his trip, but I was about half asleep. And I hear Nick. Over the baby market, and I jump up and run into the room. And nobody's there. And I'm like, I have a life. That she said, I was sleeping. I'm like. Okay. Well, several days later laid on the bed folding clothes. I hear the baby martyrs. Go crazy. You don't just start doing the physics sound the with like a CB radio. And I finally just said, you know, what Dane he ain't in there easing here while it stopped. And as long as it would take for someone to walk out of his bedroom and walk into heart. It started all by baby Arbeid water. There's something now. Some of those monitors are Hackel. We had a story on that about a year ago. Yeah. And they pick up truck traffic and stuff like that. Asphalt. Then we started we moved a lot and. It was Paul one around, and we'll be back over the Pocahontas after my brother had trouble, I want because my mom. We finally started getting essential. And it was a little blind boy in a little that. Hey, my son quite a bit. Catching a quarter mile hallway? Did he ever try to hurt your son? They just needed a friend. Just just we saw. There was we we put his toys up, and we'd get out and there'd be toys out in the hallway playing with some some of the ghost stories of little children are really the most remarkable, Julie we're gonna come back and take final phone calls with you in just a moment on coast to coast. They get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast zone newsletter. Sign up today at coast to coast, AM dot com..

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You don't have to. You know, we all have the we have all the luxury to choose. And if they choose not to believe, they don't have to. And so I leave it there for people because I want all of this to be non-threatening. I want this to be something that inspires people to threaten people even a lot of it sounds kind of weird. You have no doubt though, about the other side in its existence to you. I have no doubt. Next up. Let's go to Jack in Arkansas for your first time caller, go ahead. We're in Arkansas, are you? Hi fact. Roll into rolling. That five minutes. What part is that northeast corner across the southeast, Missouri. Arkansas border right there probably out over fifty match store where a dry daddy. Yeah. I grew up in Miami. Oklahoma. Bayamo? Golly. Yeah. Yeah. Too bar. Hi, sorry. I totally hijack you. Oh. But but go ahead, Jack. Well, I was telling the, you know. I haven't listened to this. The first time we've taught one I'll one point threes are already they talk radio, and I recently here Liceu couple of weeks of our I work second shift working driving transport service for a PICO workers up here for factory. Okay. And I've been listening to your late last shell and never lose shot had all the. But. Story about a boy named Joshua that. Came to us. We it was two thousand three hours working on the riverboat eighteen years down the river. And by then girlfriend was pregnant with our son. I I'll boy and her dad playing every game elderly in in a tragic truck the accident, and it was there was no closure. You know, when when we when I got off boats as they had already bodies fifty post along eat dinner the truck body busy. Up there. I'd either just I I the things that he added his wallet wedding rings and stuff like that. Well. Only thereafter. Born in September two thousand three. And then my father passed away in November. I started. We started seeing here thing. Nick was about four months old or and we started seeing thing. Here's thing her mom started our mom live close to it. She was here in what she thought was running up and down the hallway at night late at night. See hollered at her in the end. I was I was hearing things, you know, walking in the hallways and stuff like that. I was like, well, then one day we had Nick my son laying in his trip, but I was about half asleep. Not here. Nick. Over the baby market, and I jump up and run into the room. And nobody's there. And I'm like I go by. I have. That she said, I was sleeping. Okay. Well, several days later, he laid on the bed. We're folding clothes. I hear the baby martyrs. Go crazy. You don't start doing the physics and the crackle like a CB radio. And I'm like, and I finally just said, you know, what he ain't in there. He's in here while it stopped. And as long as you would take for someone to walk out of his bedroom and walk into heart. It started off by baby or bathing water better. And I said there's something now. Some of those monitors are Hackel. We had a story on that about a year ago. Yeah. And they pick up truck traffic and stuff like that. You know, I ask what it was. But then. We started. We we moved a lot and. Following around. Back over the Pocahontas echoed my brother had trouble. My mom. We we finally started getting essential. And it was a little blind boy in a little asked that. Favored my son quite a bit. Catching a quarter mile hallway did you ever try to hurt your son? Dan, just needed a friend. We saw. We we put his toys up, and then we get out and there'd be toys playing with some some of the ghost stories of little children are really the most remarkable, Julie we're gonna come back and take final phone calls with you in just a moment on coast to coast. Get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast zone newsletter. Sign up today. Coast to coast, AM dot com..

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Okay. And I've been listening to your late last shell and number list shot Hannity on the. But. Story about a boy named Joshua that. Came to us. We it was two thousand three hours working on a riverboat eighteen years down the river. And by then girlfriend was pregnant. I thought our first child boy and her dad asked every game Illinois in in a tragic Truckee accident, and there was no closure. You know, when we when I got off the boat as they had already the bodies post along the truck body that these. Plus the family come up there. And I'd either just buy things at that. He added his wallet wedding rings and stuff like that. Well. Shortly thereafter. My son was born in September two thousand three. And then my father passed away in November. I started. We started seeing like urine thing. Nick was about four months old or and we started seeing here saying her mom started our mom live close to it. She was here in what she thought was her sister running up and down the hallway at night late at night season hollered at her in the end, I was I was hearing things, you know, walking in hallways and stuff like that. I was like, well, then one day we had dick my son in the laying in his trip, and I was about half asleep. And I hear. Mic over the baby marker, and I jump up and run into the room. And nobody's there. And I'm like I go by. Is that? She said, no, I was sleeping. I'm like. Okay. Well, several days later, he's laying on the bed. We're folding clothes baby martyrs. Go crazy. You just start doing the physical sound like a CB radio. And I finally just said, you know, what Dan he ain't in their ear while it stopped. And as long as you would take for someone to walk out of his bedroom and walk into art is started off by baby Arbeid water. The veterans. And I said there's something now. Some of those monitors are Hackel. We had a story on that about a year ago. Yeah. And they pick up truck traffic and stuff like that. I probably what it was. Then we started. We we moved a lot and. It was following around. And when we moved back over the Pocahontas Akron. My brother had trouble I want because my mom. We finally get visual, and it was a little blind boy in a little last that. Favored my son quite a bit. And I was catching quarter mind hallway did you ever try to hurt that your son? Well, yeah. Just needed a friend. Just we we saw. There was all we we put his toys up, and we'd get up and there'd be toys the hallway playing with some some of the ghosts. The stories of little children are really the most remarkable Julie we're gonna come back and take final phone calls with you in just a moment on coast to coast the daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast zone newsletter. Sign up today at coast to coast, AM dot com..

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"We it was two thousand three hours working on the riverboat for eighteen years down the Mississippi River, and by then girlfriend was pregnant with our first our first child boy and her dad playing effingham Illinois in in a tragic truck accident, and there was no closure. You know, where we would I got off though, as they had already been vegan post along the truck body these posts along. Is the family come up there? And I d by IB for things that he added his wallet wedding ring and stuff like that. Well. My son was born in September two thousand three. And then my father passed away. Remember, I started. We started seeing like your thing. Nick was about four months old or and we started seeing here. Her mom started her mom live close to. She was here in what she thought was running up and down the hallway at night late at night season. Hollered at her in the end, I was. I was hearing things, you know, walking in hallways and stuff like that. And I was like well, then one day we had Nick my son in the laying in his crib. And I was about half asleep right here. Nick. Over the baby marker, and I jump up and running the room. Nobody's there. And I'm like, I go by and after that, she said, no, I was sleeping. Okay. Well, several days later laid on the bed. We're folding clothes. I hear the baby monitor certain go crazy. You don't just start doing the physical sound like a CB radio. And I'm like, and I finally just said, you know, what the in there? He's in here while it stopped. And as long as you would take for someone to walk out of his bedroom and walk into art. He started by baby or bathing water. A veteran. And I said there's something now. Some of those monitors are Hackel. We had a story on that about a year ago. Yeah. Yeah. And they pick up truck traffic and stuff like that. You know, I ask probably what it was the fan. We started. We moved. And. It was following around. And we'll be back over the Pocahontas after my brother had trouble. My mom would be back in about we. Visual, and it was a little blind boy in a. Past that. Hey, my son quite a bit. Tensioning hallway does he ever try to hurt your son? Just needed a friend. Just just even we we saw. We put his toys up, and then we'd get up and there'd be toys on the hallway playing with some some of the ghost stories of little children are really the most remarkable, Julie we're gonna come back and take final phone calls with you in.

Nick Mississippi River Illinois Hackel Julie two thousand three hours eighteen years four months one day
"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"I was putting continental through social media so grace look at answer zealand platforms like a board the only ways to get in touch with me you good private message me on facebook or i listed my email address lands ramp and people get vita there and as the only way is to get in touch with me as a lead and i just went out and try to find ways i could distribute people does add value to their lives and were you're taking pay powell 8 how these right literally not even recurring pain pal i had a spreadsheet of the date that i had to male invoices so the the bursting ended every morning this is probably a year the a wake up to the gulf is the first i gotta send these eleven invoices always the third i sent three envoys a guy this crazy like terrible my systems were but it was a hostile it was a relentless pursuit of getting value the people that's what i did back in two thousand three hours in our two thousand one first starts on my manuals online papain united telling people to semi money through pay palden thank you beautiful beautiful case so then you know you started how did you get to the next level from eight thousand dollars a month to y'all twenty thousand dollars so yeah the at my peak before i really started scaling hitherto k overcome and it was the same thing manned by hurls lots referrals all reverse by a still no website still no lake traffic sources not being paid uh just literally communicating with many you'll zip as a and how it three now charging because people pollnow was not awarded at the at one hundred fifty ohga uh i don't think i ever went in this phase higher than two hundred fifty okay um so wasn't a huge jump that like really boost in my ravaged the you look 100 100plus clients you had a run at mit goes 167 okay uh as either all wanna one yup the one thing undifferentiated myself in the market because it was value i recognize that as former eating disorder a person i i basically knew that the communication's huge i knew that there was something deeper than food and nutritional prescription yards about human connection it's about coaching god on and so i really started branding nutritional coach jean burke.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"Yeah that idea sprite can through a push v volition okay sean well i mean i'm not going to taba am i i think he's roy as well yeah so i mean mcknight let's let's give it to romania he has rights are rich dogan's coined the would medium in his selfesteem which i think was published in the nineteen 80s yes it's been it's been around for awhile been around a while transferrable book well as though it's down tokens if you're listening sorry and up yet shorten from ancient greek mim amo which means to imitate beta goes of course into what words come next in this famous flesh cartoon music video published in september two thousand and three badge of banja banja badger i have no idea all rhode island shown 2003 three registers gave a tiny little cheer he's remembered jumping up and down move excitement i was in two thousand three hours light in india three all right all right too young to know incident was now okay so i say badge of budget budget badger i think i say mushroom duck is that correct your so close though i'm going to give it to you because he had misled the would duck its mushroom mushroom sharon no ducks in this song i will also would've accepted all panic a snake it's not right yet it was it was a great what was that it go and look it up okay christian three so that's one point burgess one point 12 roland no points to sean now copy of it all yes at okay you've got you've got a chance in question three neand cat as a can't that flew through space with a rainbow trail behind it yes but what is it spotty made off and poptarts budgets sponge roland popcorn yet zapata oh yeah oh it's wall no perry goods and on my cats yeah i say especially mignoni cats.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Today is bruce bartlett he has had a story career in dc working four congressmen ron paul and jack kemp he was also a senior adviser in both the reagan and bush one administrations let's talk a little bit about some of the changes that have taken place in politics over the past 20 or 30 years that led you to really break with your conservative routes and probably nothing epitomises that more than the book you wrote how george bush bankrupted american betrayed the reagan legacy what led to this fairly dramatic pivoted from the right to i would say the middle other people would say the left what what led to this oh i can tell you very very specifically even give you the exact date now up until two thousand three hours a very conventional republican conservative house very happy would in the republican party and then on november twenty second 2003 uh you may remember we woke up to an and when we read the newspapers we found out that in the middle of the night the republican congress had passed something called a medicare part d all graham and they literally ah kept the vote open for three hours while they twist that arms and did all kinds of things to ram this piece of legislation through which was the creation of a new entitlement program fourthly with big giveaways to the industry itself as well well that's right it was a it was a four hundred billion dollar cost not one penny of which was paid for and they explicitly rode into law that the medicare program was prohibited from negotiating with the pharmaceutical companies in the same way that every single private health insurance plan does so they have to pay the list price whatever they charged ten thousand dollars a dosage medicare program has to pay it and there's nothing they can do about it was was at a sop to the industry with hours little has opted the ill was an attempt to bankrupt medicaid now i don't think they were consciously trying to bankrupt medicare what i think is they're trying to throw billions of hundreds of billions of dollars at their pals in the inge and in the in the pharmaceutical industry i think that they were and the republicans felt that they had to do this because they know the democrats would.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Today is bruce bartlett he has had a story career in dc working four congressmen ron paul and jack kemp he was also a senior adviser in both the reagan and bush one administrations let's talk a little bit about some of the changes that have taken place in politics over the past 20 or 30 years that led you to really break with your conservative routes and probably nothing epitomises that more than the book you wrote how george bush bankrupted american betrayed the reagan legacy what led to this fairly dramatic pivoted from the right to i would say the middle other people would say the left what what led to this oh i can tell you very very specifically even give you the exact date now up until two thousand three hours a very conventional republican conservative very happy wouldn't in the republican party and then on november twenty second uh two thousand three uh you may remember we woke up two and when we read the newspapers we found out that in the middle of the night the republican congress had passed something called a medicare part d shoora graham and they literally kept the vote open for three hours while they twist that arms and did all kinds of things to ram this piece of legislation through which was the creation of a new entitlement program four with big giveaways to the industry itself as well well that's right it was a it was a four hundred billion dollar cost not one penny of which was paid for and they explicitly rode into law that the medicare program was prohibited from negotiating with the pharmaceutical companies in the same way that every single private health insurance plan does so they have to pay the list price whatever they charged ten thousand dollars a dosage medicare program has to pay it and there's nothing they can do about it was was at a sop to the industry was there is little heads off to the it was an attempt to bankrupt medicaid now i don't think they've or consciously trying to bankrupt medicare what i think is they're trying to throw billions of hundreds of billions of dollars at their powell's in the inge and in the in the pharmaceutical industry i think that they were and the republicans felt that they had to do this because they knew the.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He has had a story career in dc working four congressmen ron paul and jack kemp he was also a senior adviser in both the reagan and bush one administrations let's talk a little bit about some of the changes that have taken place in politics over the past 20 or 30 years that led you to really break with your conservative routes and probably nothing epitomises that more than the book you wrote how george bush bankrupted american betrayed the reagan legacy what led to this fairly dramatic pivot from the right to i would say the middle other people would say the left what what led to this oh i can tell you very very specific leave and give you the exact date now up until two thousand three hours a very conventional republican conservative very happy wouldn't in the republican party and then on november twenty second uh two thousand three uh you may remember we woke up two and when we read the newspapers we found out that in the middle of the night the republican congress had passed something called the medicare part d shoora graham and they literally kept the vote open for three hours while they twists that arms and did all kinds of things to ram this piece of legislation through which was the creation of a new entitlement program for with big giveaways to the industry itself as well oh that's right it was a it was a four hundred billion dollar cost not one penny of which was paid for and they explicitly rode into law that the medicare program was prohibited from negotiating with the pharmaceutical companies in the same way that every single private health insurance plan does so they have to pay the list price whatever they charged ten thousand dollars a dosage wrote medicare program has to pay it and there's nothing they can do about it was was at a sop to the industry with has opted the ill was an attempt to bankrupt medicaid now i don't think they or consciously trying to bankrupt medicare what i think is they're trying to throw billions at hundreds of billions of dollars of their powell's in the inge and in the in the.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He has had a story career in dc working four congressmen ron paul and jack kemp he was also a senior adviser in both the reagan and bush one administrations let's talk a little bit about some of the changes that have taken place in politics over the past 20 or 30 years that led you to really break with your conservative routes and probably nothing epitomises that more than the book you wrote how george bush bankrupted american betrayed the reagan legacy what led to this fairly dramatic pivot from the right to i would say the middle other people would say the left what what led to this oh i can tell you very very specific leave and give you the exact date now up until two thousand three hours a very conventional republican conservative very happy would in the republican party and then on november twenty second uh two thousand three uh you may remember we woke up to an and when we read the newspapers we found out that in the middle of the night the republican congress had passed something called the medicare part d sure graham and they literally kept the vote open for three hours while they twisted that arms and did all kinds of things to ram this piece of legislation through which was the creation of a new entitlement program fourthly with big giveaways to the industry itself as well of that's right it was a it was a four hundred billion dollar cost not one penny of which was paid for and they explicitly rode into law that the medicare program was prohibited from negotiating with the pharmaceutical companies in the same way that every single private health insurance plan does so they have to.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He has had a story career in dc working four congressmen ron paul and jack kemp he was also a senior adviser in both the reagan and bush one administrations let's talk a little bit about some of the changes that have taken place in politics over the past 20 or 30 years that led you to really break with your conservative routes and probably nothing epitomises that more than the book you wrote how george bush bankrupted american betrayed the reagan legacy what led to this fairly dramatic pivoted from the right to i would say the middle other people would say the left what what led to this oh i can tell you very very specifically even give you the exact date now up until two thousand three hours a very conventional republican conservative very happy wouldn't in the republican party and then on november twenty second uh two thousand three uh you may remember we woke up to an and when we read the newspapers we found out that in the middle of the night the republican congress had passed something called the medicare part d all graham and they literally kept the vote open for three hours while they twisted arms and did all kinds of things to ram this piece of legislation through which was the creation of a new entitlement program four with big giveaways to the industry itself as well well that's right it was a it was a four hundred billion dollar cost not one penny of which was paid for and they explicitly rode into law that the medicare program was prohibited from negotiating with the pharmaceutical companies in the same way that every single private health insurance plan does so they have to pay the list price whatever.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bruce bartlett he has had a story career in dc working four congressmen ron paul and jack kemp he was also a senior adviser in both the reagan and bush one administrations let's talk a little bit about some of the changes that have taken place in politics over the past 20 or 30 years that led you to really break with your conservative routes and probably nothing epitomises that more than the book you wrote how george bush bankrupted american betrayed the reagan legacy what led to this fairly dramatic pivot from the right to i would say the middle other people would say the left what what led to this oh i can tell you very very specifically even give you the exact date now up until two thousand three hours a very conventional republican conservative very happy would in the republican party and then on november twenty second uh two thousand three uh you may remember uh we woke up two and when we read the newspapers we found out that in the middle of the night the republican congress had passed something called the medicare part d sure graham and they literally kept the vote open for three hours while they twist that arms and did all kinds of things to ram this piece of legislation through which was the creation of a new entitlement program for fighter with big giveaways to the industry itself as well oh that's right it was a it was a four hundred billion dollar cost not one penny of which was paid for and they explicitly rode into law that the medicare program was prohibited from negotiating with the pharmaceutical companies in the same way that every single private health insurance plan does so they have to pay the list price.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Special guest today is bruce bartlett he has had a story career in dc working four congressmen ron paul and jack kemp he was also a senior adviser in both the reagan and bush one administrations let's talk a little bit about some of the changes that have taken place in politics over the past 20 or 30 years that led you to really break with your conservative routes and probably nothing epitomises that more than the book you wrote how george bush bankrupted american betrayed the reagan legacy what led to this fairly dramatic pivot from the right to i would save the middle other people would say the left what what led to this oh i can tell you very very specific leave and give you the exact date now up until two thousand three hours a very conventional republican conservative very happy wouldn't in the republican party and then on november twenty second uh two thousand three uh you may remember we woke up two and when we read the newspapers we found out that in the middle of the night the republican congress had passed something called the medicare part d sureau graham and they literally kept the vote open for three hours while they twisted that arms and did all kinds of things to ram this piece of legislation through which was the creation of a new entitlement program four fighter with big giveaways to the industry itself as well of that's right it was a it was a four hundred billion dollar cost not one penny of which was paid for and they explicitly rode into law that the medicare program was prohibited from negotiating with the pharmaceutical companies in the same way that every single private health insurance plan does so they have to pay the list price whatever they charged ten thousand dollars a dosage medicare program has to pay it and there's nothing they can do about it was was that a sop to the industry with or has has opted was an attempt to bankrupt medicaid now i don't think they were consciously trying to bankrupt medicare what i think is they're trying to throw billions of hundreds of billions of dollars at their powell's in the and in the in the.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Said this plenty of fat and the government let them worry about is not our problem we just want to pay less taxes and when this was enacted it led everybody in the united states are by in washington certainly to believe oh my god there is a tax revolt we got to do something about this and camps legislation suddenly became the thing that every republican wanted to be the sponsor of and as you say in 1980 when ronald reagan was running for president he he officially endorsed the kemper off bill and said this is my legislation this is what i will send to congress if i am elected and any did and it was signed into law in august stove of 1980 one and what was the impact of those tacis i think they are grossly exaggerated to this day in terms of their economic impact you have to remember the the the the the tax cut took a fact in the middle of a huge recession and so in that sense it was very welltimed a fiscal stimulus but a lot of other but but of course the economy continued downward for well over a year after the tax cut took a fact let's talk a little bit about some of the changes that have taken place in politics over the past 20 or 30 years that led you to really break with your conservative routes and probably nothing epitomises that more than the book you wrote how george bush bankrupted american betrayed the reagan legacy what led to this fairly dramatic pivot from the right to i would say the middle other people would say the left what what led to this oh i can tell you very very specifically even give you the exact date now up until two thousand three hours of very conventional republican conservative house very happy wouldn't in the republican party and then on november twenty second uh two thousand three uh you may reply.

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"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"two thousand three hours" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Tom invasion well this is abe while i was telling you about our car i don't care i don't have time for this with our busy right not to change really quickly in golf open is is everything no regularity grill mind you heard a constantine stanislavsky of course he's like the greatest academia of all time yeah and now he told me i continue his team from the special meaning now mary inam become big star saw have first class this evening oh pressure seems lost his death no he not dare speak to him for your information do you think i speak to girls now kelly non fast many conjoined some the navy and will not so funnel told me we say then astonishing impression as the foam explain in his closing credits when it as a kind of sidebyside run of told me with the original and james franco's version of him why is totally with those of the room regarded as the worst film at i guess is one of those films it's just so bizarre and so was so singular at the same time it this an amazing story behind an this film the disaster offices based in pa on a book a kind of account written by griggs hysteria who is and i told me wizards longsuffering friend and costar in the room and you know is his of hollywood myth releases luck modern meth and i think the film the original film the room is made in two thousand three hours see hit two in kuala tonto actually make it it was completely sell funded by told was a people who may remember the the famous billboard the hip hop on sunset boulevard that was there for like five years or something on which chance franco's replicated in the has his i'm one of the now and it's just a con a fascinating bevan undidahk story i guess but the real myth of the film is is all around him who is arming this all this stuff about who he is no one really knows how old is where he's from has his bizarre accent ending.

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