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"wanna" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

02:31 min | 3 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Thirty when I opened that Chris bottle wisdom in Nain Jan.. And I pour myself a glass Rosa, and then my legs just give out. And I had to lay on the couch. You know drama like one of your French girls. That's me this way. Shays Lounge was essentially a fainting couch because women used to wear corset so tight. They just faint. They you know sweet. Mabel would faint you throwing the fainting couch Annabel. Come in faint. You throw on the fainting couch. That's me one glass of Rosa. I'm fucking out you. It's also been interesting. We're cooking a ton at home when I order anything out. It runs right through me. I know that TM I. Think I. Mean We cook Italian. Garlic, butter onions shit, salted flavored, but I eat out now and that shit whatever they're cooking with runs right through me. I mean I'm GonNa have to wear a fucking diaper for the first month out which were really really let out I'm not gonNA Farewell I'm going to have to build up that stamina to get back into eating out for shape because I can't handle it anyways. Kevin of US on why you're calling, but listen I love your just dancing. You're free. You're in the bathroom. You listen to the podcast. You're just having a moment. That's what it's bound. If anything you take away from my podcast is added a moment just forty five minutes our whatever whatever length where you can take step out of your day and Giggle. Giggle and just take your mind off things I'm here for it. I'm here for you. Guys listen. I don't have all the answers so for those of y'all were getting crazy to me on the instagram. I'm just trying to post an open my eyes and see some shit succumbing on for the Ri-. You know what I mean. That's all I'm saying. You know what I doing. Actually you re-inspire me. I'm going to get some weed tone. Tell my mother. I'm GONNA smoke some. We just go into play golf for two days. mcgilla we'd my hit that we'd and I'll take off my bra. Be a Rick Tony. Little snack like a little cheese tray. We're GONNA. Lay in bed. Restart curb your enthusiasm. My favorite TV show of all time I've been watching season six right now. If you don't watch Kirby, should season six best, but start from season one. And you love to do gland or a high pressured Fan high-powered Fan, and let that just that cool breeze against your crotch. I don't know about Y'all I kinda quit wearing underwear when I sleep where big tea or mellow patrolman sets but I some of it. You gotTA. Let breeze through. And I'm. I'm just saying. Can you do you? You GotTa? Keep yourself distracted while your husband's working working at night. Shift I'm sure you're probably a little UNEDU- each scout. Let it.

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"wanna" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Or not great i. don't know God. It's fucking funny. You know oddly get guys and you're gonNA. You're the words. Come out on my mouth. I get it more often than you'd think you're going to go. Yeah, that's an absolute. Not I get syrup pulse and a lot I. don't think look anything like her. She's a slender, gorgeous, stunning lesbian woman. Short, Hair Schmidt and all the Ryan Murphy Bits. There's no look. She's like a very slim woman. But for some reason, people say that we have the same face. I don't see it at all, but I'm just putting it out there. That's what I've gotten. Get it quite often. But Josh Gad fuck that is funny. Oh my God I love you. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Josh from Dallas for this. We need this kind of Giggle, and also I love your energy. Bill Miss You love you. Let's get to the next voicemail. Ichiro Cav from California I went to Ole. Miss to Hala Haughty Taty okay I have an absolutely yes. I just can't make it in my bathroom Wallace Napier podcast when you were seeing cannot marry Yo big. And, it's fucking amazing because I'm highest shit and my husband's on night shift. Okay, I love you. Bye Cab was from California girl skin on snake gone jaw. All you got your titties on your toes. Just Aaron out your dancing naked to lamb in smell young. If, you have not heard this song. You have to download it. Could you to right now listen to lamps, men young Dick Honestly one of the top hits of. Really, the world, thank you came out in like Oh three, but truly an iconic song, so let me get this straight. You smoke some Wayne Husbands on night shift. I don't know if he's a medical professional I'm GonNa? Go with that, so you're at home. Just let those titties flop God. There's nothing better than Yo. Man's Ain't home, and you undo that Bra and everything has shaking. You Bend Down to put some lotion on your legs and the tip of your. Areola hits the top of your show and you're just like fuck. Yeah, I got some long titties. Good for you. You can I be honest. I haven't smoked a lot of we during the lockup the lockup raw since we've been locked abroad i. have it and I think you know? Maybe the anxiety will kick in. Maybe this isn't my time. I've been drinking a lot. which we all know is great, you know and I will say the alcohols been hit me quicker than usual almost like if I'm up in crested butte Colorado about to hit the slopes. You have one beer when you're skiing and the next thing. It's like a gravity bong, you're like. I can't feel more eggs. That's me, but every day at about five.

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"wanna" Discussed on Run That Prank

Run That Prank

10:19 min | 4 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on Run That Prank

"Or wherever you get your podcast coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. You're not going to believe my strawberry letter for today The subject is. You can't have your cake and eat it too but wait till you hear it right now. Though the nephews in the building with today's prank phone call you got for snap. I want to date your mom. See Right there I WANNA date Steve. How would you do it again please? Today's prank is on a date. Your mother wasn't price it put some moment. I mean you know I mean. I can't tell you frankly. King of introductions could use a lot of work on it and I'll see the flavors in prank on that intro see that's in a different and so must again. Just do what you want to do. All right I to date your mom right. Hello Hello I'm trying to read. I'm trying to reach miss. Barnes this James This I saw How are you doing man? My Name is Gordon. Going just recently joined the church man within the last month and I was trying to get in touch with Ms Burn. I wanted to members gave me a number but I guess they must have gave me wrong number. I guess it's a home number. Or what is this whole? A WHO who? Who is this again? My Name is Gordon Gordon. I'm I'm I'm a new member at the church. This is this your number. Yeah man this is my phone number. I'm Jay I'm sorry. Oh that's your mom. Okay let's break all right. Well Yeah my bad man. I was trying to get in touch burns. Now it's a sale or home number somewhere. I can get in touch burns. Wait to tell me. Your name is what Gordon Gordon going. Not just doing the church man so I might not met you get James. Okay God bless you man thank you I appreciate it anyway. I could get your mom's Fun I mean you just joined the church I mean. I don't see why you wouldn't be able to talk to. I mean is there anything? Is there a message? I can pass on to Well Yeah I mean. I'm trying to see if it's all right for Let me to take her out. I've been seeing them for the last. Hold Up. Hold UP. Hello someone you would just send you a new member to the Church and somebody gave you. They were tipping to give you my mother's number and you're asking me if you can take a man why wouldn't ask you you? I thought I had her phone number. I guess getting your number by mistake. That's my reason for call. I thought I was going to get her. I want to take her out. You know maybe to dinner or something. Well I'll be quite honest. Magic came back home from overseas from fighting and everything man. I mean you know pods just passed away not too long ago and I you know. I ain't too keen on my momma going out with somebody. And besides you don't even sound like as she in the Sixties Mel you may. I'm thirty six the hell out of here. You how I'm thirty six. I'm thirty four. Is You doing you do realize my mom is pushing sixty right? Well you know I look at it like James Right they look at it. You know hazing them but a number man it was in your heart man. How you care yourself you know. Hey but my main no cougar. Like and I know she ain't coming after you. I remember telling me that she tried some new as of this church but going out with this thirty thirty. How do you baby thirty? I'm thirty six. Do you like my brother. Something may ain't no way in the world mom going to be okay day. Let me say this man I want I even though I was calling you second of all. I'm calling to speak where I'm not calling trying to get permission from you is a grown woman decided. Whoa WHOA WHOA talking about. I don't think I just came back from fighting overseas. Pops passed away not too long ago. I am the man the house. Let's get that story right now. I I okay. I'm still living at home and I'm the man that is how I you call and ask mom's on a date you might as well just stick the Church Dog. 'cause you know as I say be blessed but it ain't gonNA be no blessing for meat to you. I'll tell you right now. I'm not looking for a blessing from you at all brought. You may know this but I respect the fact that you've been overseas and you've been fighting for this country okay but if I decide I want a speak to Ms Burns about going then. This burns has every right to decide his. She would like to go out with Gordon and Gordon wants to take out. I only looked Brooke. Okay how old you say you are. I know my wants you to young as I already mentioned. I think going down where you my mother up straight up your Momma did decide. Oh no you you bring it on my and it word. Mama come out your mouth again. That's GonNa get you I. I don't know where you from. I don't know how you off up. Pretty Thick Church. My Mama go to and it ain't going to be hurt and you you ain't be asking out. I don't know what it takes. I was show up all Sunday. Can't show in the pool or wherever you going to be sitting in the back in the qual- it don't matter someone's going you would not don't get with. My mother liked it. You got that. That's up your mom to decide if you WANNA go out with me that dinner and we did that and right now. It Ain't gonNA happen. I told you before the blessed or get you got to choice. I didn't fight three years to come back. It also deal with my daddy day and then comebacks suffer from PS Dido. I don't know what to do unless you wanted to get it like something from what. Ps Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome. And I will release all their own. You got that I don't I I mean listen I WANNA know trump. You don't matter to me. You can call coach. Okay look man. Listen I ain't trying to have no trouble at all I'm going to say is right here. I'm I'm I talked to your mom on Sunday. Okay they'll tell you okay crazy right now okay. Can I say this cannot say one thing that you may explode? You Ain't got an unnecessary. You've got one more thing before you explode man listening. Yeah Man James. What I want to tell you this man. This is nephew. Tommy from the Steve Harvey Morning Show. Yo Mama got the prank phone call you. This man is his nephew. Time from the Steve Harvey Morning. Show Man Your Mamma. Tell me she said my son been overseas. He'd been fighting. I'm glad to have him home. She said we got of laughing. You are you kidding. We got you good. We listened to this show overseas. Man I say. Thank you for fighting for this country. I WanNa ask you one more thing. What is the bad? It's an I mean. The bad is radio show in the lane man. Nothing but the Steve Harvey show get it overseas in the state. So thanks man. You know you did much already know. Mom's me to no don't date mothers. I wish you were talking about Dayton on my call you see. That's just see. That's you to go too far at that edge. But he usually goes to the edge over time. You know perfectly my car to reverse psychology. Don't psychology don't work with. We're already to get into the strawberry letter. Okay up next the subject. You can't have your cake and eat it too. We'll get into it right after this you're listening to Harvey Morning Show. I'm Jensen carpet. I want you to listen to the new podcast from three four media iheartradio called the supports report with Janssen cars. You see I'm a comedy writer. A die hard sports fan. Who was terribly missing the athletes? I love so much so every episode. I'm talking to them. The best athletes coaches commentators and legends from around the world to see what they're doing now they were all stuck on our cap on this. Podcast will hear sports figures are entertain themselves and their families. We'll find out if they're staying in shape if the kids were heckling them during home school. Do they almost burn down the house trying to make their own bread? Are they sleeping in their jerseys? And like I do know. Just meet all right. 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"wanna" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

Fame is a Bitch

07:32 min | 6 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

"That's called depression the deepest depression so you got denial anger bargaining depression. And finally. What do you do you end up accepting it once? You know you have it. What can you do? You accept it. Maybe these these five emotions can apply to so many different things in life. Whether it's a break up I know we all heard the supply to our breakup but if you apply to this play. I just wonder because everybody I see is in different stages. Don't tell me you haven't seen people who kind of acting like they're gonna get it and then there are. People are just deny the fucking thing is going on so it's interesting. Just keep your eye on that and let me know if you yourself have gone through at least three of those different emotions. I bet you have. Sometimes we're a week away from the next emotion. Sometimes somebody knows a week ahead of us. Sometimes somebody's a week behind us and now is not a time to argue with people with the way they're feeling because this is affecting everybody differently. I mean it's so making day to day life so difficult and we want to say that difficult. I know that people really have hard lives to live. But it's so weird now you know look. There's so many different things happening but you mansion for not only is it like so tough Sota it's it's difficult to not have sports on that. We like to not see March madness with crowds to to to know that baseball season then are coming back in two weeks. We're talking three months. What talking maybe baseball comes back. Maybe in July August way may not even see this season played if a couple of guys come down with it. I got news year once a player to gets it. The whole team's gotTa be you know. Take it away from that. You gotTa corn you know it. There's a good chance we don't play that season at all and basketball is like who even fucking cares about the last ten games of the season and the playoffs. I don't know what they're gonNA do there because once one person has you've got a separate everybody make sure no one else gets it and it was. Somebody gets it two and a half weeks in to them restarted. You GotTa stop it all over again so we really may see nothing. Going on with respect to sports ducky Derby Kentucky Derby. He's been put off those September even the met gala. Oh my God Matt Gal is postponed fro you fucking fashion Weirdos so I don't Megan Markle was really counting on being here in the states. She was invited by Anna Wintour for the met. Gallup's going to be your first appearance here. Our first public appearance since the split. That's on hold so everything is changing the one thing that is interestingly enough changing and I think they hope it's the change for the better but once they They send these emails. I hope they don't mind if I do the same thing to them. I'm sure you're you're getting these emails. I know you're all these department stores sending these wonderful caring emails about how much they care for us. You know what I mean. We here at macy's chair for the welfare of our okay. Good macy's I hope that they're just as understanding with me paying down my balance or anybody else paying down their balance a month or two from now when a lot of people's jobs are gone and people aren't taking their money home because they can't go to the office. They can't go to the restaurant to get tips. I hope they just as understanding with us as we have to be to them right now. I want to send letters to macy's and Bloomingdale's Nordstrom and tell them how much I appreciate them. See how how far that bullshit gets me but finally today you think you have it bad in whatever city you're living and. I'm sure you do but if you live in Boston now several weeks back I said Look I. I know Tom Brady Yank anywhere. He's GonNa put his foot in the water and test the waters to see how much money you could get. There might be a few suitors. But he's going to go back to Boston. He's gotTA BE. He's not gonNA leave New England. What's stay with Bela checks? They would craft stay with your team. You're always getting the playoffs. Why up and your life to find a team that maybe has a shot with you worse than that. Look at two teams that have virtually almost no shot for the playoffs. And today we find out. That's what Tom Brady's doing. Two teams that really really have no shot. Even with him is quarterback. They don't look to be teams. That anybody's worried about beating so Tom Brady has decided he's done with New England. So as as bad as you think you have it wherever you are. I know for fact that people in England right now are out of their minds because touchdown Tommy incoming back and there's no amount of money that can get him here. The Patriots decided. You know what Tom I know. You want thirty million dollars for one year give it twenty and. Tom Looked out of money and he said No. I've given you all I can give you. I've given you six championships. You've never and will never have a run like this forever for over thirty million. It's the right thing to do. They said No. We can't do that so now. He's looking to different teams. I think the bucks and the chargers. Perhaps who are who are able to fork over thirty MIL too bad deal all around. Tom Brady ain't GonNA light being there. The team's not going to like party with that money through year. If the TOM gets hurt they're really shot. This is sad. I thought better of Tom Brady. What does he really think? An extra ten million change everything. Why would you wanNA pull on a different Jersey right now at forty two fucking years old and leave the city that loved him so much? And what go to? Tampa Bay be with a bunch of people in Florida. Who Don't know from good football. I mean they do a little bit but not really one of the mistake. All around New England should have paid him. Tom Should never have set them leaving. It said but then again with the world coming to an end. Who knows if Tom Brady comes? Down with Corona virus. That is playing days are over. So it's not for me to say but I really think it's a sad state of affairs all around. There's no reason for a guy like him to want to walk away. No one who's been a sports idol or sports legend ever looks good in the uniform that they weren't alleged. Brett farve didn't look good. Magette CIENA form as John. Montana was at the San Francisco. Forty nine look good as a chief it goes on and on. Thom could've stayed home. What the fuck did Zell say to you? Because she's not working. She makes a Fortune. She makes more than head does he really need the extra ten bucks. What's this whole thing about? Hopefully we'll find out soon. Hopefully the football season won't be postponed. The fuck knows all right guys. I made that was your show for March eighteenth. Twenty twenty not talk to you tomorrow. Thank you for listening famous. A bitch is an AJ Benza. Workhouse connect production featuring the endless wisdom insightful commentary and sometimes fucked up perspective of AJ Benza executive producer. Mike ACA vino technical producer Brian Vazquez..

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"wanna" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

Fame is a Bitch

10:32 min | 6 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch

"Now? A why is it so hard to find coupon codes that actually work? Well now thanks to honey you can. Honey is the free online shopping tool that saves you money online. It automatically finds the Best Promo Code and applies them to your car which makes online shopping. Finally feel as easy as it's supposed to be his how it works. Imagine you shop and at one of your favorite sites whether it's target best buy may see Sephora Ebay doormat when you check out a little box drops down all you. GotTa do is click apply coupons? You wait a few seconds and it scans and every Promo Code on the Internet and you just watched. The prices trump. I did this. I told you a number time my wife when I was looking for something for our our friends little baby and she wanted to get one of those monitors and every place relooked they were like. I think seventy bucks like that the price now. It's been a while but she goes. Let me try. 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I'm recording the audio book for seventy four and sunny and I'll tell you that's not that easy It's one thing doing a show like this and being able to talk freely as I talk when I'm when I'm laying down the one I'm laying down the book you know. I WANNA speak like this when I'm reading it but that's not always called for. The book is written certain way. It's it's not stream of consciousness as this show can sometimes be so. I got a slow it down enunciate properly. It's it's more difficult than it sounds. That ain't hard work but it's more difficult but it is sitting in his bathroom which I consider my new studio right now for a good two to three hours and trying to knock out three chapters at a time so the next the next two days the shows are not going to be a half hour. They're gonNA knock down to about twenty minutes. Don't worry don't run away you know. I promise I'll make it up to you but in the long run you like because the book will be available as an online audio as an audio book. You'll all be able to read it and you'll love it. Let me thank my tippy top. Might Cream of the Crop Angelique. Keller Debbie Anderson the Great Catherine speed the Great Catherine Steward Paddy Marco. Audrey Fortune. Chris Ilise Melanie. How Wendy Mac? The doctor Drudge can ask Eric Far K. Alley Chichi Tran. Heather Brindell Angela. Dino Chris Star Joe Leone Dana Parks and Betty Jenifer Lewis Christie Tucker Kim deb Thompson Marcello Martinez Sarah Walker Gail Edwards. Kurt NOLAAC and the Great Jackie Robbins. Okay this talk about dead. Celebrities made me think of some crazy. I got a great story especially this talk about The Hollywood forever cemetery because somebody in their. This story has to do it when I was dating. Michelle Brando Marlon Brando's daughter. She was a great great chick. We still talk about. In fact we talked last night. She was upset that she couldn't hunts tomato sauce and Kroger egg noodles and I said Hans Tomato Sauce. Did you not learn anything with me? You can't buy hunts the fuck astrology because now I just love hunts for this one meal. I said I failed you. I did you eat with me for a year and not whatever so great girl easygoing chick and Chen Iran sense of decorating very clever. Very you know jeter own style and I used to go with her to different stores and even flea markets and Shit Estate Sale. She loved that stuff in Soda. Why so one day? She dragged me to go to a goodwill store. Near I'm sure you guys know goodwill just come to Willoughby I wanna get some stuff as an adult now. All right finally go. She drags me out of the House and I bought some good stuff. It goodwill basically closed and shit the families donate after somebody dies a little creepy. You over right away when you see the deals you get. I bought a few things. Then mostly close. My greatest fine was among got a beautiful pair of handmade Italian loafers. Nice Brown leather summer lace up shoes right. Great Label to cost me nine bucks and issues looked like brand new have scuff marks on the bottom or nothing. I Still Donna. I'm over twenty years ago. Some shell walks in and she's not with his furniture. That had just come in right. I didn't really like the Shit at first glance. Aw just walked away. She really liked this one piece. It was a trundle bet no room in my place so I'm out of it and she goes I can. I'll take it from my places. Okay so she buys. It wasn't expensive at all. Maybe like two bucks. That's an ice ice on the bed. And we get to her house. And she's cleaning it up and she turns it on its side and a razor blade and a straw dropout. They fall out on the floor. We'll laugh right because obviously whoever owns this bed was doing some blow on this piece of furniture. And then she investigates more and a ticket stub falls out. And it's a ticket stub for the beach. Boys playing concert in Central Park in September of nineteen seventy seven in New York. And we turn over. The tickets of on the other side is a bunch of very small Small printed lyrics with in Penn high sought reading the Lyrics Bissett. Before I needed glasses. I start reading the lyrics and I'm reading. Just just put me in a wheelchair. Get me on a plane. Hurry Hurry Hurry before I go insane. I can't control my thing is I can't control Michelle. This is the lyrics to. I WANNA be sedated. The serious held it all. It is a ticket from one thousand. Nine hundred seventy seven and these are the lyrics to I want. We gotta Google assumes the Ramones wrote this song this is the I love the ramones. I've seen him countless times. I said this is just June of two thousand one and I go what Joey Ramone died. Two months on. April is this fucking Joey. Ramone struggle bed. So you know we go back to goodwill but it's close now we're dying. We're going to wait till Monday. And I'm like Oh my God. I can't believe you're GonNa get you. Got Joey. Ramone stricken trundle bed. Night passed on it. I almost had a fight with my. I want them to bed so bad because I know it was a big Fan. And she really wasn't and I said we got about everything else. They got US. I know and I said everything they got. We're buying I don't give a fuck of the goes in storage. This shit is worth something one day so she goes back on Monday. I was working. Everything was gone and the lady in the shelves like me. I should question I feel funny. Do you know this belong to because I think I found something in the bad. That kind of looked like the belong to Joey ramone and ladies like yeah. It was it was joey stuff Turns Out Joey had a place in. La that he rarely stayed at. I mean he did say that but not most of the time and he bought it many years ago so that bad was sitting there for years and when he died apparently the people who had left in his family just said. I don't want to give it away to goodwill. So can you listen? I can officially say Joey. Ramone is not the only one who did drugs and had sex in his bed. Help help punk rock is that you got to admit I still Michelle still. Has I mean? She's married now with a kid. I'm not sure much use. It's getting but fuck I'd use the shit out of it I wanted to bring this up earlier when I was mentioning about how different people are acting with this What this virus or flow or disease. Whatever the fuck would calling it on the Patriot show yesterday. I said. Isn't it funny? That some articles referring to this as a disease I duNno. I don't understand what that means. I notice a flu then. A virus but disease words scares me started thinking you know this this five stages heels five stages denial depression except all that shit the different kind of attitudes toward this virus. I think the five stages of whatever you call it. I think I think it applies to this perfectly I wonder if that phrase or that. I don't know what you call it axiom. Whatever you call that thing the five stage maybe that maybe that whole thing began because of the plague over one hundred years ago. Is that possible economists sense because I didn't check but it kind of makes sense because you know all those qualities you could see would be employed if you had play if you're worried about getting the play 'cause I you know I what would you do hear about it and you you would You would deny that you even had it. You deny that there was a chance you could get it right. Then you get angry you pissed off at somebody you think maybe gave it to you right. You get pissed off yourself for being careless with With germs and shit like that and then. What do you do when you want to bargain? You Talk to God when you bargain with God. Say we'll look if I have it. Please don't give somebody else in my family at that. Except it's just me you start making you start bargaining with God right. So you got. Denial anger bargaining. Then you get.

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

"Hi everyone it's joy reid host of. Am Joy on MSNBC. Did you know you can listen to? Am Joy and all your favorite MSNBC shows as podcasts. You can catch up on the beat with Ari melber hardball with Chris Matthews. The Rachel Maddow. Show the eleventh hour with Brian Williams and more anytime on the go. Search for your favorite. Msnbc shows wherever you're listening to this podcast and subscribe for free. Thanks for listening. When was the last time you finish the book I know I know it feels like a loaded question promise? I'm not trying to shame you life has gotten in the way for me to but with audible..

"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

16:27 min | 7 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

"Pulitzer Prize winning historian author most recently of the soul of America. The battle for our better angels. Don is a former United States congresswoman from Maryland and contributing columnist for the Washington. Post he's also a regular commentator on MSNBC. Welcome to your boat. I want to begin with a clip from president. Dwight D Eisenhower State of the Union address in January of nineteen sixty in all our hopes and plans for a better world. We all recognize that provincial and racial prejudices must be combated in the long perspective of history the right devote has been one of the strongest colors of any free society. Our first duty is to protect this right against encroaching in spite of constitutional guarantees and notwithstanding much progress of recent years by a still deprived some person in this country of equal protection of the law years prior to that speech. There had been Rosa parks the Montgomery Bus Boycott Brown versus board of Education. And the little rock nine. Why is the President United States? Still talk about what he called our first duty to protect right such as voting rights Jonathan. Well you had at that point. A An era of in my native region in the south an era end regime of apartheid and there were incredibly difficult state laws in place to prevent African Americans from registering to vote. It was a living legacy of the reconstruction era which had been a reaction to what many Americans thought. After the deaths of three quarters of a million people in the eighteen sixties that with the thirteenth fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments? We had actually moved into a stronger. Realization of what Thomas Jefferson had meant when he'd written that we were all created equal but the reaction to that through reconstruction through Jim Crow as the federal troops. Were pulled out as the result of a political deal in eighteen. Seventy six eighteen seventy seven in the Hayes. Tilden fight the way Florida. Went for Hayes was to cut a deal saying that the troops had to leave the south. That had been an enduring reality. There were Republican pockets of strength in the north Somewhat in the mid west of African American voters who still had an allegiance to the Party of Lincoln but southern Democrats White Southern Democrats were continuing a rain of almost absolute power in the south. Eisenhower was slow but not as slow as many people have thought to recognize the moral importance of civil rights. He believed that it had to be more gradual than ultimately it would be in terms of progress but he saw the franchise in the wake of what you just mentioned in the wake of parks in the wake of the emergence of Dr King. The two Brown decisions which were put on issued by his chief. Justice Remember Earl Warren You know he was a title. Eisenhower was later quoted as having said it was the biggest. Damn fool mistake. You've ever made appointing Warren. But that comment was really more about those criminal. Justice decisions Miranda and others than they were about the Civil Rights Don. It seems that A Republican president of moderate Republican president was going to the the argument to make in his own party. Which is the right to vote. Well I think that's right. I mean and I think about my own family and especially my family from the South and North Carolina and they were most of them were Republicans Because they were part of that party of Lincoln and so it was and it was an easy argument to make because there was owning allegiance to the Republican Party and there was a trust there which I think obviously slowly dissipated over the course of that couple of years and the right to vote was was enshrined in the Constitution. I think in the Fifteenth Amendment. But it wasn't real deeper south even in North Carolina even in North Carolina man. It wasn't real at all. Especially when you had instances where the people who control local elections just as they do now Were you know making requirements of black citizens who showed up to vote that were not placed on white citizens whether you call it a poll tax or you you know? Ask for a writing test or counting the number of beans or peas in a in a jar All of these things that were bare were real barriers to the right to vote and you and that was part of the culture. You knew all about die grownup. You'd heard those stories. I had heard the stories. I mean I was born in Nineteen fifty eight and so I was actually at a child of the Post Brown versus board of Education but in our families those were real stories that were not generations old. They were my mother's generation. And so you know we heard them and so there was a real sensitivity and also a desire to vote. I mean they're a strong desire to vote in black families precisely because there were a lot of efforts made to prevent those same voters from showing up the polls and casting their vote in our current tribal moment. It's worth remembering that. The white democratic power structure had a vice grip on this rail in the old confederacy the first republican elected solid souter. Yep exactly and and now it means solid South Red. But it wasn't then that's right. I mean and so it was in all aspects of life both in your you know your social life your work life and certainly your civic life and And I think that that is why there was such a struggle until Kennedy came along for this allegiance between The Republican Party and Black voters. That was finally able to be severed John. Talking about the Democratic Party because as recently as nineteen fifty two they had a balanced ticket between La. Stephen who is a moderate liberal with John Sparkman from Alabama whose a Segi I mean it has still could keep the deal. Well nineteen sixty. Why was Lyndon Johnson on the ticket Lyndon Johnson was on the ticket was because he was from Texas and the Kennedy was incredibly worried about the keeping the south? There was some already some stirrings because of the Brown decision. Also because of the Brown enforcement decision one of the things about violence in the south in those years is there wasn't so much immediately after may tenth nineteen fifty four which was when the first Brown decision came but the next spring when Brown to came out with the all deliberate speed enforcement decision. Because a lot of folks. And I'm from Tennessee. Thought well they don't really mean it right we can. We can wait this out but it was the second decision and one of the things Johnson did being from segregated state in Texas more complicated but still segregated is he was not a force for aggressive civil rights action in the Senate of the nineteen fifties. The Austin Boston access tells you everything you need to know about the Democratic Party in nineteen sixty which President Kennedy Senator Kennedy wanted to be the Great Force of Madeira Right. He was trying to balance the Eleanor. Roosevelt Adelaide Stevenson Wing with Southern Senators. Who did not have the slightest interest in giving political power to black folks because the few black folks who could vote were in fact like Donna's Talking about Republicans. Let's talk now about the probably the most important non-elected figuring our history and that's Dr Martin Luther King and He was coming up his in his early thirties at that point about nineteen sixty and he was on meet the press which tells you how his stature had grown already And he was talking. April nineteen sixty about the civil rights movement. Here's Dr King and connection the sit in movement and other aspects of the racial question there has certainly been an increase in tension in various parts of the south during the last week. The New York Times has run some stories about Birmingham Alabama suggesting that a kind of reign of terror is taking place there with the officials on side of those terrorizing those who believe in racial equality. Now my question is what role you see for the federal government in this situation. Do you think the federal government has a place to play in say Birmingham or in connection with your demonstration. Yes I do I think. The federal government has the responsibility of protecting our citizens of this nation as they protested against Unjust the injustices which they face. I also feel that. The executive branch of the government should do more in terms of moral persuasion legislative branch set in and do more on giving the proper legislation So that transition will be made in much smoother. We're facing now Donna. You grew up in North Carolina so that brings to mind the sit ins in Greensboro Febraury. Just a month two months before this Dr King. Speaking meet the press two months before he spoke those people went to the lunch counter. Wars every town had a woolworths and and every woolworth's lunch counter in it and in the south those were all white lunch counters. Well you know it's so interesting listening to Dr King. Has I think one of the things that we forget is the tension that he was facing within the civil rights movement of you know the students and other activists who wanted to be still peaceful and nonviolent but more aggressive in terms of their tactics and so he's facing that on the one side and also you know trying to Have some sway on these presidential candidates. Who are running to make sure that you. They injected a civil rights lens in their campaigns. And so he's doing a lot of dancing in here that we can't really see a up front and And I think you know he was also at a point where he realized that he needed to be really the leader of the civil rights movement. And so it couldn't be just taken over By these student activists that they had to be incorporated into the larger a larger movement and And I think you see that you hear that tension in what he's saying on on meet the press but in trying to balance the fact that you know you've got to have an executive that. Who's willing to put the full forces of the federal government behind the changes that need to be made and not just around a simple moral leadership moral leadership coupled with government action chant. Talk about it because in terms of national historic theater. Just what you saw on television. These young people men and women African Americans had decided they are Ghandian. They were non violent and they were going to take abuse physical abuse What do you call it? Social abused they said does cantor's and I'll tell you I went back and looked at just recently. The pictures of what these white people did these horrible white people. I must say pouring stuff on them dumping on them. Everything sugar anything that was in the within reach anything to make them feel small and dirty and bad and they just took it for hours. I mean they were there for almost whole days and yet with the police dogs. That came later. The American conscience woke up. I guess and saw who the good guys were slowly. But surely and there is no greater example in American history and I would argue in Western history of the power of the Judeo Christian truth that was embodied in the Las Vegas commandment to love thy neighbor as self in the Christian tradition. That grew out of the Greek New Testament of the sermon on the Mount then the civil rights movement and Gandhi as you say rightly is credited with tactics. But if you read Dr King if you read John Lewis if you read Jim Lawson Diane Nash..

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

09:50 min | 8 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

"Acting like he didn't actually win and he came over to me and said do you think I can have donut. I said sure champ. That's and how much of this Beth is just sheer physical body English. Just I one look at me. He knew how to leverage that moment for all it was worth as you describe coming out early calling himself the Comeback Kid going on TV the next morning and one of the major morning shows with the swagger. It's as important as that night. You have to come come out looking like a winner sounding like a winner behaving like a winner. He was doing that pulse. August was not yeah. Well let's listen to part of that speech that he began with that night. At ten o'clock election-night New Hampshire Primary Nineteen ninety-two. There are so many people. I have to thank the getting with the person who's up here with me tonight. The without whose love and friendship over nearly like twenty years I wouldn't be here tonight. Wouldn't be fit to be here tonight making that there's there's so many levels to that Bill Clinton wouldn't be fit in other words if she hadn't done the sixty manage show whether you could say was one interpretation the other is there just lovers and their husband and wife wife and what's what's new pussycat. I mean this is the way it is now. This may have been the original art of the deal. The fact that he end in Hillary were so much of a team and soon together and basically joined at the hip saying we are the team. We are the winners that gave him a lot of credibility going forward. It's also true well exactly breath. It is true they were political unit. They were local unit. They continue to be. They continue to be today day. A political unit but honestly once you think about it you know. In retrospect her campaigns for president were always sort of shattered and dogged by the fact that he had stuck with him while that helps perhaps with a lot of voters who admired the loyalty and that marriage is marriage. And you know till death. Do you part two others. It looked a little calculating and looked a little too ambitious and that she needed to be in his life because she had ambitions that went beyond him and she could not fulfill those ambitions if she left him so there was a sense of being a little bit too transactional with the two of them. But you know we look at it now all these many years later twenty eight years later. They're still together. A lot of political couples who seemed to have more traditionally Mar Loving marriages have since split up and the Clintons are still there so true. Al Gore people like that marriage divorces sources normal. Let's take a look at how he came. Out of that New Hampshire win. Put the quote marks around air quotes. Let's say about how he pivoted to the rest of the campaign which by the way they won one big. They beat an incumbent president pretty dramatically. They wanted the help of Ross Perot you mentioned the pole took away good chunk nineteen points of the votes but they one and they had a pretty successful presidency. We began this campaign in New Hampshire fighting for the forgotten middle class. People who've been left out and left behind here people who never gave up on me are themselves or their country. You People here in New Hampshire have continued to fight in the face of layoff cutbacks and foreclosures and a president. Who hasn't cared and I want to say this to you for the first time in my life after being in seventeen other campaigns three days in a row I have met three Americans who broke down crying telling me about their problems? I want you to remember this. Whatever the final outcome of the vote unlike this President I will never forget New Hampshire? Well Bill Clinton went under stack up. Winds especially in Super Tuesday year won the nomination of course and the White House. Of course that November was he a winner because of his approach approach the beginning. What happened all the other guys running against them? What happened to Bob Carey and Harkin and Saugus they all they all seem to fade quickly after that after that night and there were a few small Smaller primaries but Super Tuesday is. What did it because there was that southern strategy they group they think it was nine nine or eleven primaries together to show their strength and Clinton sweeped up but in that clip you just played what's really stands out to me is? He changed get again the narrative to say I am going to take on President Bush. And here's how and he changed the conversation to the economy on me and he was relatable we talk a lot about who's genuine on the campaign trail and he had that and people were drawn to it. I think at the Two questions we love to people in voting are we going in the right direction great. NBC question and the other one does this candidate care about you. People like you and I think Clinton always one on that one he did. I mean Bill. Clinton was the master of the biting of the LIP Looking deep into a voters is when responding into a to a question I mean he was. He was very gifted at that. People wore out a little bit on that stick after a while when he was in office for eight years and eventually finally went through impeachment and suddenly all this all this behavior that seems so authentic When we were all first getting to know him as a national figure started seem a little calculated did? But there's no question that in his initial stage as a as a first time candidate when all of us Americans were were viewing him he did seem to possess the sort of unusually and Bethesda style particularly in that case where were the incoming president. George Bush seemed very patrician very very haughty a little kind of old old school in that he didn't really have the personal touch. Bill Clinton was younger. He was a different generation. Plus that empathy. That you describe Chris let me go back to something. Something about empathy and Bill Clinton's ability to to be the person that people watching wanted him to be. I think they I think they want it. Says I think they wanted him to be the Comeback Comeback Kid. A lot of that campaign is I remember was generational and all of us gathering around Bill Clinton in those high school gyms and field houses college field. Houses we'll send him stand in the middle of the room as long as the audience would stay there with him and he would like the point you were making about. I'm not going to quit. And he was the only one of our I remember. I was sitting there with Rick Hertzberg. I'd worked with at the White House harder White House and he said nobody my generation can do that. Would Bill Clinton could do which is to say there and sustain deign against all this personal stuff you know going out your love life if you will going up to your draft record for for minutes awful personal stuff and he just stood there and he went in and I think your point about durability Beth I think made people begin to root for him. Yeah they love. Everybody loves the Comeback Story. Sorry it's hard to remember this now because we were so used to Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton and the Clintons have been in our political life for for decades now but at the time. This was all very new. People were using something they hadn't seen before somebody who was on the one hand very relatable who would stand there and answer your questions until everybody left the room Going into the Dunkin donuts talking to the person sweeping the floor to get their vote. That was also new at the time and it was it was fascinating it was gripping and voters responded to it. Certainly the media responded to it but but I will say and T- to Susan's point about you know the lack of of of Fox News existing. Then I think it's safe to say that the election of Bill Clinton and the emergence of Hillary Clinton at the time was one of the most galvanizing moments for what would become conservative. Media has a lot of conservatives hated the two of them and it was very easy to sort of make aac them the the boogeyman for for conservative Commentators and ultimately when Fox went on the air they were a very easy target by that point conservatives. There's very fed up with the Clintons. Scott Fitzgerald said. There's no second acts in American life. I think the Clintons beat that one by a lot. But there's also something else I mean we talked about the generational. Don't think let's not forget. President Bush at the supermarket with the scanner to remember that moment. Press Yup and it showed how out of touch he was but he was also being treated like a pin and Yada he had it coming from back to my point he was not the media favorite night campaign. He wasn't he was dealing with with the Democrats he was also dealing with the Republicans and he was dealing with. Ross Perot and especially the read my lips no new taxes and that was the economic message that Herod Him on going people going to. Ross Perot for and his time was up. I think you guys are great. I love talking about discus. I think we're talking about a person at strategy. It worked for that person. I wonder if anybody else will ever be able to do as well as Bill Clinton did the night of the New Hampshire Primary Nineteen ninety-two thank book. Thanks Chris so you WANNA be president. These are the lessons learned from campaigns. That win next time less than five winning candidates no to mount the galloping horse of history. I'm not satisfied until every American. Enjoy his constitutional right. I think we can do better. I don't want the talents of any American. Go to wait so you want to be president. I'm Chris Matthews host of hardball on. MSNBC thanks for listening snake..

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

10:05 min | 8 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

"Let's set this up. When Bill Clinton ran for President One thousand nine hundred ninety two? He was governor for many years of Arkansas. I got into politics. Six to change people's lives for the better and for eleven years. That's what I've worked to do for better jobs and better education for healthcare to solve social problems to bring people together. That's what what we need to do. In America today put our own house in order to restore the middle class. Reduce Poverty organize this country to compete and win again. I've gotTa Find National Economic Strategy but in the end a plan China's still a piece of paper to change lives. You need vision and leadership in action. That's the work of my life and that's why I'm running for president. How did he stack up in the beginning of that race as he went into? Would Beth against Well people like Bob Kerrey of Nebraska. Paul Sanga semes- just Tom Harkin of Iowa. And of course Jerry Brown was making another comeback right so we were coming out of the Gulf War that first Gulf War that President George H W Bush managed flawlessly two hours ago allied air forces began an attack attack on military targets in Iraq and Kuwait. He had stratospheric popularity ratings. I think at one point. He hit almost ninety percent popularity across the general public five months ago Sadam. MSN started this cruel war against Kuwait tonight. The battle has been joined. A lot of Democrats just looked at that and said there. There is no way that President Bush is is vulnerable. This time so a lot of Democrats took a pass on this race. Most notably Mario Cuomo than the governor of New York who had Looked like he was getting in and then at the very last minute pulled back and decided not to so enter bill. Clinton the story of a young man boone in a small town called. Keep Arkansas the son of a widow at that point was the sort of up and coming Hotshot Young Governor of Arkansas. He had been selected to keynote the nineteen eighty-eight eight Democratic convention in Atlanta. If you're looking at this on television what is this. Got To do with me. If I've got a job for my business is in good shape or my kids kids in college. Why should I worry? I'll tell you why because the children that are in trouble tonight are the workers of tomorrow and it. They can't do the jobs the tomorrow we're all going to suffer. America will not be able to fulfill their scream and it's destiny. People recognized his talent. They recognize his intelligence. They recognized his gift of of speaking of very beautifully key was running against a bunch of characters who weren't necessarily the list of Democrats at that point Tom Harkin. I'm very revered senator. From Iowa but also very very liberal at a time when Democrats were trying to tack to the center in Grade. School sister rose. Angela taught me. You can't be all things to all people. These other candidates say there for the middle class yet they all want more tax breaks for the wealthy and the big corporations. Well they can't have it both ways Jerry. Ground former governor of California the one the political establishment fears most. Jerry Brown had run a couple of other times for Governor Nineteen seventy six and nineteen eighty had had been a fairly successful governor of California but he was still kind of a tagged as governor Moonbeam And then Paul Tsongas. who was a was Coming off a cancer diagnosis. He was a thoughtful smart intelligent lawmaker. But was kind of Debbie Downer. He talked all the time about debt and deficits and not a lot of magic. Not a lot of poetry wholesome. He'll take charge from the start. Paid for by the Sun. So that's kind of the the field. That Bill Clinton was walking into Susan. It was a race that began with people thinking they see as Beth said. You couldn't be George Herbert Walker Bush. He was the war hero. That's right and when in January of Nineteen ninety-two he was up. Forty six percent which was almost a forty percent drop from where he was that August as in one thousand nine hundred one where candidates were starting to make that decision. I I think the Democrats underestimated. Just how weak Bush was at that moment in time because they kept thinking about his popularity in the summer even into the fall but then the economy started to turn and there were two other people who were kind of nipping at his heels. Hi I'm Pat Buchanan. Jeter we can change course force it Pat Buchanan. And then you also had. Ross Perot if we were just praying picnic instead of trying to plan a future for our children chicken and potato chip might be exactly what we need. He was coming in third party. He didn't formally announce until two days after after New Hampshire the New Hampshire primary but he was out there talking a lot he had done a lot of Radio and CNN and he was there talking so but they didn't. I think it was that serious at the time what I want to tell you that I'm a fighter for people. Let's talk about Tom Harkin Here he is. He was the senator from Iowa. Liberal I think by most most standards sometimes use strong language. Sometimes you gotTA use strong language to get it through their thick skulls. What's going on in this country Very big on labor the I would say an unashamed liberal all the way progressive as we say today. Let's listen to them now before. The Iowa caucuses if you move this country forward big changes. I need your help and your support you here in Iowa at these caucuses as I said can fire the first shot fired loudon player and send a message to the rest of the country. We've had enough of Bush. We're proud to be Democrats and so it's traditional values and new ideas traditional values new solutions that we bring the American it can be that will defeat George Bush when the White House said. Did he win the IRA 'cause the end up getting I just checked seventy six and a half percent take your caucus. Did he do it because geography. Oh he was absolutely the hometown favourite. He was favourite. Sign all the Democrats decided not to play in Iowa so he we had the field to himself. He also had a large War chest going into this as a senator so if you remembered what I thought you today in the evening remember one thing George. Her Hoover Bush is out there tonight of the Caucasus. The only other person in the political world out there. It was a Joe Swig. Cover one of the great boys in the bus and nobody else was covering it because the homestate guy the favorite son was supposed to win it. Yeah and and that actually was a great blessing for these other Democrats in the field because as you guys know. The Iowa caucuses are so labor intensive there so money intensive. It's so so hard to play in Iowa to win and if you have an excuse not to if you can say well. That guy's the hometown favourite. He's the favourite son. I'm not even going to bother and then shift your resources over to New Hampshire and to those later states. It's it's a huge advantage for other Democrats and not have to having to compete there while since we're studying Bill Clinton WHO has a political genius in many ways Still as I think. How did he know that he skipped biowar- well he knew because Harkin was GonNa win it And he knew that the action was going to be in New Hampshire. That was where he had the chance to prove his case to make the case that he could be electable across a broad spectrum trauma voters we forget now. Because we think of New Hampshire is being kind of a blue or purplish. Blue State at the time New Hampshire was was fairly conservative Because cousin New Hampshire Independents can vote in either primary. And there's so many Such a large percentage of new of New Hampshire voters are independence it could potentially attract sort of these moderate middle of the road folks who lived in Iowa but could respond to Bill Bill Clinton's message so that's why he thought that was fruitful ground for him here is Here is Tom. Argon the winner in Iowa Iowa the Caucasus in one thousand nine hundred two on C. Span after his win and I well He. He was asked at that point about his plans. Is the campaign. Move to New Hampshire the following week. Well I'll be in New Hampshire all week and my wife and I campaigned getting my message through the people up there and I think that message has been a little oh muted perhaps distorted because of all the static. That's been in the air because of well. Some of these other things have been happening in the campaign if you know what I mean. Well what was this data. He was talking about. We all know. Now Yeah it was Jennifer flowers. I will start by explaining why came forward to tell my story about my affair with Governor Bill Clinton. There was rumors at the time that he was having an affair affair. Yes I was Bill Clinton's lover for twelve years and for the past two years. I have lied to the press about a relationship to protect him. The truth is I loved him now he tells me to deny it. Well I'm sick of all of the seats and I'm sick of all of the lies. Well that was dramatic. I'm not sure you've got a big fresh pickup and like the New York Times but I'm sure it was around an tabs but Getting the jump on that press conference the very night before on sixty minutes I think one of the if not the top rated television show there was and is Bill Clinton Hillary Clinton showed up together in a united front. And here they are. Who is Jennifer flowers you know for you? Know How would you describe your relationship. A very limited But until this you know friendly but limited I had I I met her in the late. Seventy s when I was attorney general. she was one of a number of young people who are working for the television stations around Little Rock and People in in politics and the people in the media knew each other then just as they do now She left our state And for years I didn't really hear from her. No what she was doing Then she came back Sometime a few years ago and went to work again in the state So that's how that's who she is. was she a friend and acquaintance. Does your wife know yes sir. She was an acquaintance. I would say a friendly acquaintance. She's alleging and is described in some detail Elena supermarket tabloid which she calls a twelve year. Affair with you. Allegation is false..

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

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So you WANNA you'll get free shipping and a Sixty d day risk-free trial though now and be sure you go to simplisafe dot com slash. So you WANNA. So they know our show sent you that simplisafe dot com slash. So you WanNa China. The walls have ears. That's actually southern they tip O'Neill used to say all the time in the back room in the Capitol when you're in any room however assume that you're in a room with the whole country and they're all listening our first example becomes during the presidential race of nineteen eighty four. I'm glad you're all here because I have an announcement that I want to share with you. I am a candidate for the presidency of the United States. In one thousand nine hundred generally hard announced his campaign he was in his second term as Colorado. Senator did people see him then as a winner in national national politics will the field in nineteen. Ninety four was hard. Fritz Mondale Jesse Jackson. John Glenn even George McGovern and others we know facing this country Korea start choice. How is hard different? How is Gary Hart Different? Well he was young Fresh fresh face. He said he had new ideas portrayed himself as kind of the John Kennedy of his generation and he portrayed himself as as the alternative to. Walter Mondale who was very very well established as the democratic establishment contender. Michael and he was in a position to make the argument. He didn't use the exactly this language. That Mondale was sort of the routine party hack and he should be. The candidate of the younger progressive activists tend to dominate Democratic primaries. Yeah you we also seem to be the outdoor candidate and he always had woodsmen shirt on you know any through the acts one time with a hit right into the tree. It was magic on Monday. With such an indoor our political type you know the the starchy. That's right they fishes even for its one said I know I'm sometimes to officious too much. The Guy in office well anyway anyway. Hard tried to make it a two man race with Mondale here. He is coming in second in Hiwa Vice President. Of course Went into that state with Substantial advantages and it just I think he made the best use of those advantages. The campaign now moves on Hampshire where we're looking forward to Another giant step narrowing the raced down. I have believed all along. This would become a contest between former vice president Mondale and myself. I think that sets up a contrast choice voice for our Party and eventually For the country between this nation's future and it's passed I think my they called slingshot. That's when you come in second in Iowa Iowa but you're the second and they don't really like the guy came in I know that's exactly right. And he was putting himself in the position to be the chief opponent to Walter Mondale which is something. Something that had not been foreseen very long earlier. John Glen this. International celebrity astronaut hero was on the cover of national magazines and thought thought of this. Maybe the more likely challenger to Mondale and Hart essentially is saying no. It's GonNa be me. It's a wonderful example spin to because if you remember Walter Walter Mondale got forty nine percent of the vote in Iowa against a really crowded field you would ordinary thing that would be just an overwhelming victory. Heart got seventeen occur sent and yet he managed to portray himself as Mondale's virtual equal as they headed into Hampshire and it was good for him because because heart had a particularly good organization in New Hampshire. He'd really focused on New Hampshire is the state where he could show stuff and he was sort of the guy leftover from the McGovern campaign campaign. Because he had been his campaign manager he hung out with Warren Beatty. He was glamorous right he was the young guy and I guess the press like that luck that he got a good they. You want with the Spin Spin and of course we'd like it to person race in the press because it's complicated cover a seven person race And we like the idea of. Here's this this guy who Mondale. Who did really well? But there's going to be a contest anyway. So he wins New Hampshire. He's on a roll He's at a fundraiser with his wife Lyod in Los Angeles a neighborhood out there with a pretty smart crowd. I assume During the event he told supporters. And I'm reading here from the New York Times. The deal is that we campaign separately. That's the bad news. The good news for her. She campaigns in California I campaign in New Jersey only gets better Leonhardt was heard saying I got the whole. Koala Bear and Senator Hart responded. I want to tell you what I had to hold samples from a toxic waste dump not the best choice of words Susan about a state. That has some problems with that issue. Well you know people from New Jersey do not like the idea that they see themselves as the garden state in some other people don't see him that way It also made heart sound so elitist so arrogant so coastal In that did not sit. Well I think with people in New Jersey and also people elsewhere who thought politicians when they are not talking to them from the stumper probably making fun of them behind their backs. And it's also the flip side of what you were saying Chris About him being so glamorous lot of people think that glamorous people look down on them and he seemed to be doing that and the amazing thing is that heart. Just as you're saying had been George McGovern's campaign manager. He was young but he's been in politics for a long time for him to concentrate on impressing that room of upscale donors in California rather than realizing up the walls have ears. I think he was trying too hard to be elite aesthetic. Nick and I think my dad heard it very clearly the way you mentioned says and he living in Jersey his retirement state he chose it and he said I don't like what he said about my state. This is personal with these guys guys anyway. Walter Mondale who still competing with them and possibly going to beat them in fact eventually did. Has this great quote again in New York Times. The good news is the Gary. Gary Hart is Coming Back to New Jersey's just the primary and Ju- jerseys coming up the bad news for Gary Hart is that the people in the Jersey aren't going to vote on June so so he stuck it in. How did Fritz Mondale capitalize on hearts? Mistakes isn't well. He made fun of him for it. And you know having a light touch that can be the toughest blow of fall not to come on him. frontally saying how dare you say this about the people of New Jersey but just to Needle him about it and to make clear that he alter Mondo really liked to New Jersey and appreciated its many attributes. Michael because guess what happened. New Jersey went for mind. Went from Mondale and Hart had had a chance to put himself on a trajectory. That could have made this severi competitive convention. He could have won that nomination to this day. A lot of Walter Mondale people say that basically heart won that primary race and I'm lost it perhaps a New Jersey. The New Jersey primary was late in the day it was in June. It was almost the end of the calendar and Mondo one New Jersey but he was still just a little bit short of numerically clenching the nomination and you know who. What super delegate put him over the top Frank Lautenberg? Berg just happened to be the senator from yes New Jersey Anyway. What did that moment? Bel Air out in California where you had that lovely fundraiser sir. What did they do in the rest of the campaign did put a mark on him? One comment meant that Gary Hart that summer was a loser of a winner. I think it's not too much to say but I think it's also also important to note that if he had been seen as Somebody who really connected with blue collar voters. It wouldn't have resonated the way it did it resonated because this says what a lot of Blue Collar voters suspected Gary Hart was saying about them when he was in Bel Air. It's again I think a case of somebody trying to be somebody and then convincing people they are that person. They're not that person. Gary Hart was a guy grew. Up is a right out of a theater dreicer. You know American tragedy. He grew up with a very super religious family. His name was hard pence he changed it. He changed his date of birth to seem younger and more Kennedy esque. He tried to be this This swell any wasn't it all on yet. That's what trap them in some counterfeit in a way that he may remain audibility when you get blamed by both sides a little people don't like in the big people don't believe in you right. It gets tricky up there in the middle reaches.

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

08:48 min | 8 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

"And I'll fight. aww If you agree that government should be sent you agree with Jimmy Carter on this issue. Vote for him. You know where this comes you laughing Africa because gene McCarthy Senator McCain who ran for president to what he said the way to become an issues candidate is the use the word issued. It's over no he set and say I'm running on the issues. I'm an issues candidate as low as you say the word issues. The people think you're in issues candidate tape right so issues candidate meeting people like it very much I also Atlantic. You'll remember. Ah Jimmy Carter Criss Cross Iowa. He was running against a big field. Before this year's campaign nineteen seventy six was the largest democratic field. Modern history craters playbook dictated the importance of winning in Iowa. Did so by breaking away from that. Democratic pack candidates were really not after delegates here in Iowa what the candidates were after was a boost some momentum to carry them into the primary battles ahead and a big boost. It does exactly what Jimmy Carter got here did you get to cover him on the ground And I would watch them doing that door to door in some of it. I saw some of it in in in the fall of seventy five When we spent a few days traveling the state with him driving around watching him interviewing people whose where ah who had let him stay in their homes overnight who were completely smitten with Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter? It was like they were longtime friends. It was like the Jimmy Carter Magic Nick. He just managed to win people over. He worked it door to door person to person coffee group by Coffee Group. They knew who the key Democrats were that they had to win over on their to their side and they had they worked. Those people really are yeah and and those folks were already very loyal by the time I got there. And what Tober seventy those folks were already very loyal to him and talked about him like he was you know they. They knew he was GonNa win. Political Science Question. Okay how did he distinguished himself from the Liberal Paki ran against without basically describing himself as not a liberal not a progressive. I think he was just very clever in the way he talked about it. I mean I'm sure there was some formula behind it. It was just conservative enough on some things and liberal enough on others that it worked and then there was the overlay of the personality. You know in the big toothy grin and the hair falling in his eye and You know the whole the whole story and the fact you know that he and Rosalyn didn't they. They didn't put on airs. I mean they were themselves and they and they never hid the fact that they were from plains Georgia small town. They weren't poor and they you. They didn't hide that they made the most of that. These were all the ingredients of Jimmy. Carter Iowa they were playbook. I'm honest I'm a former businessman. An engineer and a Navy veteran I'm not from Washington I'm a little bit liberal and a little bit conservative and it's nice to meet you. Carter took that message. All voters bought it. Reporters Porter's took note on January nineteenth nineteen seventy six. The date. For Iowa's caucuses the Jimmy Carter playbook was put to the test I jerry and others on the counter campaign. Were already pivoting to New Hampshire and beyond. Did you think you were going to win in Iowa. Yes and when you thought you'RE GONNA win. What did you plan well? Every all the candidates were going to offer election for the night of that and we thought we were GonNa Win Anyway so we decided that he would be in New York and the hotel watching it because that was before all the networks further. Today's show and the other shows would going to Iowa. They didn't do that and so the results came in we were undecided was first but of all the real people. Jimmy Carter was very much the winner her and so the next morning he was on the today. Show and then you head. It didn't New Hampshire. Has Its Hampshire here. Are the first political returns earns for the year Nineteen seventy-six yesterday about fifty thousand Democrats in Iowa met in caucuses in homes churches and fire houses to choose delegates for their state. Eight party convention. Most of them are still uncommitted. Thirty seven percent but former Georgia governor. Jimmy Carter did extremely well with twenty seven percent of the delegate preferences references more than twice as many Indiana Senator Birch by and three times as many as Fred Harris the former Oklahoma. Senator Carter was in New Hampshire today grinning from ear to ear. His victory yesterday was great symbolic importance. There were those today who were using the words front runner to describe Carter. My name is Jimmy Carter running for president. Jimmy Carter went on the win the Democratic nomination his playbook had worked I asked duty. Would riff about what it all means for candidates. Today I mean for me. The big lesson is somebody can come out of nowhere or what appears to be nowhere and win that Just because we don't know whoever it is in Washington and they don't they aren't connected to everybody everybody we know on Capitol Hill and in the press they can still rocket make it to the top four except for a couple of cases were Gephardt one out there in and local guy won there. In Ninety two the winner wins it's an astounding meaning winning an Iowa. What do you think it is about that I? It's the first stop. It just seems to give a tremendous gust of wind behind do ever wins and every election people say. Oh it's not going to happen again you know surely early a place like this can't be the bellwether for an election and it hasn't been for both parties I mean we know the Republicans haven't Haven't seen the you the you know the. They're winners in Iowa. Haven't always gone on to win the nomination but it Chris I think it's I think Democrats really do WanNa Fall in love with with their nominee with their the person they're gonNA vote for for president in Iowa gives you a place to fall in love. You're going door to door people WANNA meet you in in. Somebody's is living room or kitchen or coffee. The table at a coffee shop They WanNA shake your hand. They WanNa look you in the eye. You know it's gotTa that'd be somebody who who believes what you believe but it also has to be somebody you are personally comfortable with and Jimmy Carter managed to win there again in nineteen eighty against Ted Kennedy a total upset again and a friend of mine out there. Assessor WHO's working for Carter said well the last person leaving des Moines. Please turn out the lights in his name. He's still around. Let me ask you the last question. Can you skip Iowa and win the dominates the Democratic Party. I wish they were smart enough to tell you the answer Chris I I think it's very tough but I don't. I don't rule anything out. I think we are in a different moment right now with with President President trump. He's somebody is you know very well who generates incredible loyalty and incredible distrust and dislike like and worse. It is hard to imagine how somebody who hasn't laid the groundwork who hasn't been Athens day after day after day and put in You know the the hard labor in Iowa and New Hampshire and the other states is GonNa make it but if if these candidates don't look strong coming out out of these early contests. I could see the possibility that the voters take a look and say okay. What does this guy I have to offer? So it's a maybe it judy woodruff who had a front row seat. Jimmy Carter's win in Iowa. Today she's anchor and managing editor the PBS news is out. Jerry Raff soon ran advertising for Jimmy Carter in Iowa and went on to direct communications in the Carter White.

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

04:42 min | 8 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

"It was not until Johnny Apple Full of New York Times when out in the countryside in Iowa and talk to people you know teachers and Policemen and and I guess bartenders and others and he sized up what we already knew about our and wrote a headline in The New York Times that the other reporters I have a dream that I might come in I in our they were looking at me as coming in fifth. Oh six because they very seldom got out of Des Moines. They would stay there. I enjoy themselves and talk to each other but he actually went out and and And got opinions from people around the state and he's and he projected. I was going to win which I did. I was just amazed at a lot of people focused attention on me which is very beneficial. That was Jimmy Carter appearing on C. Span recently about the legendary New York Times reporter Johnny Johnny Apple Apple and others on the campaign trail were known as the boys on the bus. Jimmy Carter's Iowa strategy was coming into focus. It was working and a national reporters looked at Judy Woodruff for insights on the underdogs approach to winning elections one voter and it's time those were the glory days of the boys in the bus us. That's when you had the big names Johnny Apple and Broder was just starting really allow them today. Take them seriously because you'd be bumping into them on the bus and elsewhere end. Jim Wooten a horse and he did cover. He wrote a book about it. He had covered him new new in a little bit better. And there were some national reporters who had spent time in Atlanta and there were folks like bill ship local Georgia reporters Atlanta Constitution. Who who knew more about him but even even they didn't have an idea that he was? I mean none of us could know that how far he was ultimately going to go. But we knew there was the ambition and the rest of it But yeah I mean I I remember talking to Johnnie Apple David The beloved Johnny. The Bull of David Broder Early on Because they were curious about him they looked at at him and saw. There was something different but they were trying to figure out what is the. What's the secret ingredient here? And they did talk to us. Those of us who had covered him for a few a year's duty seeking I mean I learned a lot from those guys but you're right they were looking to me in a whole lot of other local all reporters who had covered him for some clues walls built around Washington. And we feel like we can't can't quite get through to guarantee the people of this country government the sensitive to our needs we can understand endon controlled this competent well managed efficient economical purposeful and also government which we can be proud. Jimmy Carter a leader for a change ads like this. When we're new for presidential campaigns? They showed the candidate on the campaign trail. They captured captured everything. The handshakes the conversations the speeches Gambier Jerry ration and his film crew pioneered the approach Wjr and turn their footage into campaign ads for Iowa television. The Myth was you. Don't do television in Iowa. It's all on the ground meeting. Weren't around the state but we had a guy running around the state but it just happens that he was we brought her own television crew with them and we're shooting film of meeting people shaking ads by name. Is Jimmy Carter burning for president so it looked like if we could win Iowa we could. It would help us win New Hampshire. So why was it important. It Carter was known for shaking hands with lots of people. Thousands of thousands of people shake. It has with staying overnight tonight and their houses sleeping on their couches. That's right why was it important to do that on film. And what was the connection between him retailing as we say in politics and then you wholesaling going on television basically the same thing. Carter shaken hands because it was bringing the message to all the people that he didn't shake hands with this is multiplying. It was multiplying balanced budgets. I believe in screening out. All limited programs programs are long past. Serve that useful. He was perfect on television. But also we had sponsored him talking about the issues. People were saying wasn't talking about the issues so I did five minutes spots as I said I said if anybody can spend five minutes with Jimmy they're gonNA vote for choice to be made between green government. Private industry.

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

10:07 min | 8 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

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You'll get free shipping shipping and a sixty day risk-free trial go now and be sure you go to simplisafe dot com slash. So you WANNA so they know our show sent you that simplisafe dot dot com slash. So you WANNA. I love the fact that politicians. That's what I really want to talk about this podcast chest. Who really do have the gift for the moment? Well it's worth. It's I think it's worth noting that coming into that moment. You had this rise by Reagan going on in new him because he'd made this big change from Iowa and he'd said look. I WanNa do what I painting was gambling. I'd like to do what I did last time. Guys let's shake some hands. Let's get on the ground. He was rising he'd really cut into what was Bushes balanced out of Iowa and so the moment was set up. What Peggy sang is right like eventually it was going to reveal itself? That Reagan was the better candidate And at the same time that moment was crystallizing for Republican voters as to why sure Donald Realizing crystallizing as a good way in fact if we could go back to make your point if Bush tried to might have worked but it wouldn't have sounded right now and also you have to remember to the a crowd amassed that day at the debate. Reagan simply held the right Democratic Small D. View. Let everybody everybody speak and Bush let himself be maneuvered into the wrong view. No it's just me and Ronnie you know what I mean. That was not going to be popular. No hampshirites it's just going to say. Let everybody talk goes on like this because there is the matic here. There's the manicure. Let's head to another example like nineteen ninety-two and it also involves George Herbert Walker Bush. The first President Bush and he's also unfortunately for him on the wrong side of this particular event is what is a town hall. Debate between or among rather George Herbert Walker Bush Bill Clinton the Challenger. And Ross Perot. The third party candidate who whatever weird reason didn't like Bush anyway and an audience member rises is up. It was sort of an oprah style town meeting member they they were sitting on stools rather comfortably. At least in the case of George Bush. This young African American woman comes up and she ask a question of the candidates. We have a question right here. Yes how has the national debt personally affected each of your lives and if it hasn't how can you honestly find a cure for the economic problems of the common people if you have no experience in. What's ailing them? Yeah well I think the national debt affects everybody a obviously it has has a lot to do with interest rates. It has. She's saying you you personal personal basis. How has it affected you as it affected you personally? I'm sure it has. I love my grandchildren. I want to think that I wanNA think that they're going to be able to afford education. And here's how the other candidate Bill Clinton respond to that. Young woman clarify expected you again. You know people who've lost their homes. Well I've been governor of a small state for twelve years I'll tell ya what's affected me. Every year Congress and the president signed laws and makes a make us do more things that gives us less money to do it with I. You see people in my state middle-class people there. John President George her well. He's a good guy but his he he couldn't loosen up and up to figure out what the young woman was talking about. She wasn't at the national debt or the deficit right now. She's talking about the economic conditions that affect the family and friends lives and immediately Bill Clinton translated needed it and said I'm going to answer the question. She was asked to the asking. I'm not going to answer talk about the national debt. I'm not going to educate her. I'm GonNa Answer I'm Bill Clinton's answer could one overpop- Republican primary could won the Democratic primary. Could've won the general election did win the general election And George H. W. Bush's answer it would have been better off Saying that affected him personally. The debt because because you raise taxes and it was gonNA cost him the election I mean. He could not out of sounded more out of touch if he tried to. I think you're right. I think what he was trying to express was. He cared If somebody had told him in a debate prep session make yes. Sure if someone asks you a question about something hurt them told them that you care. Yeah Bill Clinton could have said. I agree with the president the young. You don't know anything about the national debt. And that's not each person I individually. It's a macro economic reality. It's not a microeconomy. He could have jumped on her. He could have teamed but he said. No here's my opportunity. Oh of course preceded a look. George H W Bush listened to the question about the national debt and took it literally and tried to figure in his mind how could the national debt be impacting. Me and my family in a way that I can speak to you movingly. So he was literally Zero Bill Clinton took it imaginatively. He saw this young lady asking the question. He divined through imagination. Exactly what she meant. She meant debt. She meant hard times she meant things are difficult. Unemployment is not good. You know so. Let's talk about that. And that is is exactly what he talked about rolling out a familiar answer that he'd been using on the campaign trail but because he was imaginative and Bush was literal. He looked Clinton engaged in sympathetic and Bush looked detached and slightly daffy. And you can't see it in this supplied cast but The president stayed on his stool. This very uncomfortable pursue president similar store for example but Clinton the game aimo young guy. Yeah he pops off his stool and comes back out on. The Oprah Winfrey herself and basically connects physically. Yeah with the young woman woman. Who's asking that question? Let's talk about fizzy was TV ready. George H W Bush was World War Two generation Clinton was TV ready. He knows how to dominate emanate the stage how to walk up to the questioner how to high five him. George H W Bush was Radio Era World War Two young fly. I have to say something this cacus. I love Peggy Noonan. So I'm amend the superdome right down in Louisiana nineteen eighty one of my favorite conventions. I actually because I love New Orleans. So I'm listening to the speech about a man running for president. The nominee of the Republican party who talked about how awkward sometimes have a hard time expressing pressing my patriotism but is there a quiet man but I hear the quiet people others. Don't the ones who raise the family. You pay the taxes meet the mortgage and I hear them and I am moved and their concerns are mine and I'm getting interior. I'd be many. That speech was unbelievable. I think that's speech turned the election that time. Guess who wrote somebody very close to me you know I always. I thought he never worked so hard on any speeches. He worked on that one. It was as we worked on it. There's two things about the speech. One is what you mentioned. He tried to explain that he's not so easy with words and with a persona and with the show Biz aspects of politics which you have to be. He knew that wasn't his strong point. Second Low Chris I will tell you there is a definition of conservatism. His definition of conservatism conservatism. That is in that speech. It's very long paragraph man. That was him and that was the moment that was meaning counts. We all I think showbiz counts. It doesn't meaning trump's show Biz and politics my My father covered a lot of politicians is a reporter for UPI. A P I C covered congress covered Several presidents and George H W Bush is the only politician. I ever heard him speak of In in terms of decency and reverence with no but at the end nice to hear. Let's talk about lightness. They very sentimental all bill. Why why not I am and you are of course? Let's talk about a funny moment because I thought it was rapturous. This is my enjoying the two thousand debate between Al Gore George W Bush the son the second President Bush and Al Gore decided to get clever. GimMe so he walked up. This is the third debate. He walked up in the space as men say get out of my space right. Oh afoot from the guy and challenged him with this kind of awkward reference to some bill that he knew about that he thought Bush I wouldn't know about Dingle Norwood he might as well because it didn't mean anything to anybody watching on television and which point very spontaneously George George who didn't have a gift for this young George. It's not only what's your philosophy and what's your position.

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

04:39 min | 8 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

"The only job I could get in in journalism was the secretary in the newsroom of the ABC affiliate in Atlanta and. They hired me right out of out of Duke I answered the phone clean. The film's empty. The trash and ultimately persuaded them that and I really wanted to report couldn't get a job there but was hired with a CBS station in Atlanta. Cover politics the first assignment I had was covering the Henry County Fight over highways In Georgia but it wasn't long after that Jimmy Carter and others announced they. This was nineteen seventy and Jimmy Carter and others announced. They were running for governor and he had his journey that year. It wasn't the only assignment I had. I covered a lot. I was general assignment but that was where I first met Jimmy Carter. I watched him out on the trail. Met Roseland and really was captivated captivated by the Carter Mystique. If you want to call it that did you get his sense that he could go national that he was that kind of a big time. Big League politician not then but but after he was elected shoe or by the end of that year and I saw him in office and I saw how effective it was. I'm I know the point came watching him a deal with the Georgia legislature. And frankly he didn't have a lot of respect for most of them He worked with anthem but he essentially liked to tell them what to do and what he thought. But that's that was the Jimmy Carter people watched when he was governor honor. Jimmy Carter had bigger plans. So did his closest advisers Hamilton Jordan. Who ran the Carter campaign? Jerry RAPP shoot and others took took the lessons learned from the Georgia races and put their heads together. About the governor's chances in a presidential run. Iowa would be crucial to their national strategy strategy. We told the governor. We wanted to come see him about his future and he said okay so. We got to the governor's mansion. It shouldn't and we laid out why he had the advantage. The South it never had had had a president for one hundred twenty years. You didn't in Count Johnson. Is it West Right. But also he did not get elected the first time. You're not a racist. You can be George Wallace in the South who went through the list of all the things being a governor Watergate was going on and he says well what do you guys WanNa i WanNa do and we said we'll come back and bring you a plan running it all states. This is right after the Nixon sweep deep about governed one forty nine states and he said okay. I'm GONNA do it. And the plan was beat Kennedy. Eddie in the north in New Hampshire and be Wallace in Florida. As of this time. Erin the state that I love surrounded by friends of mine from all over the nation. I'd like announced that I am a candidate for president when he announced for president. Did that. Surprise you at the time he announced I knew he was. I knew for a little for a little bit of time that he was going to run you hat. He would have national politicians. Come to visit him. I remember Hubert Humphrey. I just I just remember parade of Democrats coming through Atlanta. He was on the move. He was trying to be a player in National Democratic Party politics so we knew he had great ambition and the people around him. The young young guys around him did what did you make. Remember a headline of the Atlanta Journal Constitution and said Jimmy who is running for what it's because he didn't have everybody's respect I mean a lot of first of all locally. A lot of people thought it was crazy for a Georgian to run for president. I mean that it just didn't compute. Here was a guy who had been a peanut farmer. You're a yes sure. He had had a progressive term in office But but where were the ingredients that we're going to propel him to the White House else and it just it just didn't add up. I remember when out for president of nineteen seventy four..

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

05:52 min | 8 months ago

"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

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Is it audible dot com slash. So you WANNA or text so you WANNA to five hundred five hundred audible dot com slash. So you WANNA or text so you want the five hundred five hundred. The head of the New Hampshire primary. The National Telegraph newspaper wanted to host the debate between Ronald Reagan and George Bush. The two front runners. I accepted the invitation for what was to be a debate but then developed that the Federal Elections Commission said that the paper could not finance this debate because that would be an illegal illegal corporation contribution to the campaign. I then volunteered to pick up the TAB from our campaign funds and pay for this debate facts put the got messy situation. It's the major ingredient for less than two chaos in New Hampshire last night. George Bush and Ronald Reagan were supposed to argue the issues on stage at the National High School Gym. Reagan invited the other Republican contenders intended to join in and boy said No. It occurred to the Reagan. Folks the Reagan campaign that Reagan on a stage only with George H each w Bush elevated George H W Bush who two months before was an obscure character whereas Reagan was the rise of conservatism. Within the party which was about to Chris. It made Bush look good if he got to sit next to Ronald Reagan but if there was six people on the stage that was is fine. Reagan was still the star and the other five guys could fight among themselves so it was strategy. If I may just brief moment I would like to go through the format that will be observed this evening. National Telegraph executive editor. John Bring tried to take control of the situation. We may have the first question for some back and forth. You asked me if you could make an ounce then came this moment of unscripted terms directly the s the technicians to turn off Reagan's microphone. Imagine telling Ronald Reagan against nationally anymore. And that's what he did. What was it about Reagan's response? That made it so memorable because that's when Reagan. Let's listen as degrading determined on my for me. You paid for this microphone all right presence of mind yes presence of mind and remembering a particular line from an old movie from the movie. We'll be state of the union. It must have just been there I I have never asked him. I never said. Did you just remember that line. But clearly it came to the four and it was something that he remembered he deployed it quite memorably but I will tell you I sort of differ with the theory the prevailing ailing theory of thirty years of magical moments. What we just heard was a magical political moment but mostly I think these moments wants are not what made the victory? These moments are how we explain the victory to ourselves after the victory happened. Ronald Reagan didn't win New Hampshire because he had a quick appropriate presence of mind Comment to shoot out to the crowd. which loved did Ronald Reagan? One for other reasons he was more in tune with New Hampshire. Republicans the live free or die state. Church was going to win in New Hampshire but after after he won when we had to explain ourselves. How he lost Iowa New Hampshire? We said it was that moment where he said I paid for this microphone. Mr Breen Peggy. As I often Fidel we disagree because I know a guy is actually a guy who disagrees with you. Yeah he said that Reagan one not just a debate. Not just the primary won the nomination. Because is that you said that Ronald Reagan. Oh he would not have didn't think that was why he won. Is I've got it verbatim. FIGGY that's what. He said that the debate he he wrote. I won the debate primary debate and I won the nomination because of that if he traced his victory maybe where where things started to turn to that moment. Fine and you always. If you're a candidate half Detroit's you're nominating victory a two New Hampshire but my goodness that is really why he won New Hampshire or the presidency however it was a lovely moment spontaneity in eighty. Ronald Reagan's lights were on and somebody was home. We're going to break down examples of lesson. Listen to a lot more with peggy and Jon Allen a senior analyst here at NBC News.

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

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"wanna" Discussed on So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

"But evening I'm here tonight. Announce my intention to seek the Republican nomination. The Nation for president of the United States Ronald Reagan announced his nineteen eighty presidential campaign on television. I've seen America from the stadium. Press box as a sports sportscaster as an actor officer of my Labor Union soldier officeholder and as both Democrat and Republican second. The veteran actor could deliver his lines well but something more unscripted would soon give his campaign a boost. Here's the setup. It was early any election. A large field was running for the nomination and the front runner was in trouble. Ronald Reagan expecting to win in Iowa. Lost now he expects is to win the New Hampshire primary on February Twenty Six and sin some thought he lost an Iowa because he didn't spend much time there he now plans an extra four five days of campaigning. In New Hampshire it was nine thousand nine hundred eighty. Reagan had shockingly just lost in Iowa. He was coming into new. Oh Hampshire he had to win New Hampshire. He couldn't let George H W Bush beat them. Peggy Noonan has been inside Republican politics for a long time. She was a speechwriter trader and advisor to President Ronald Reagan today. She is a columnist for the Wall Street Journal and contributor to NBC News Iowa has given voice to one thing. His campaign in New Hampshire is said to be lacking recognition and credibility as a candidate and today the crowds by New Hampshire standards. We're good seven. Republicans running but the heat is on this one until he lost Diaa. He said no to debate. There was a stage full of secondary characters as George H W Bush had been until the week before before a secondary character everybody thought Reagan would dominate my away. He did not. He didn't show so New Hampshire. Meant everything so you WANNA be president. Pay attention to what comes.

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