Halftime Report: 10/19/11
Why is Gavin McInnes looking in the wrong direction?
- Duration 9:45
- Date Oct 19, 2011
Why is Gavin McInnes looking in the wrong direction?
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Welcome back let's find out haven't got -- Roth soap opera that guarantees anything handy to hey Greg -- -- great.
Fantastic -- just once again at the top of the show -- and you kind of just last night TV you we're telling people that we are alive yes we're not.
Yes but it's okay now -- -- as -- I -- don't lie to the American people I'm in his place.
50% of Americans think pot should be legalized.
Which I assume means the other 50% of the -- need.
Greg did your usual -- -- of the people who want the government to come clean about the presence of extraterrestrials.
From the field -- these sheep that.
Pretty good actually does -- nationally yes.
Until the government comes clean about ET's about far about.
What about -- -- Cantrell yes tested the fact that MK ultra experiments -- still going on decade after the program was supposedly suspended.
We're never gonna know what's out there -- and we're all gonna be -- Wake up -- any that's one -- -- to say all around Atlanta in your thoughts on 2012 Gartner and but -- letters.
Japanese are responsive to be anti pot and pro legalization which of course it is the lame joke that libertarians are conservatives who wanna smoke pot but the reality is that libertarians -- conservatives who think it should be -- for other people smoke.
Yes I would agree that a lot of libertarians can be pretty Mary is that there's a lot of math and economics in there.
Find out if I just want to discourage people from enjoying hot too much -- -- your life just -- I'm not saying don't smoke it to be clear right.
Isolated circumstances -- -- my current home I'm told we can -- you to look in the wrong spot during -- -- II.
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That had been.
Peavy said it seems counter intuitive that legalizing pot would kill the profits of drug traders but it's not what's happening now -- what happened during prohibition when gangsters controlled the mystery.
Right you've got to -- the counter intuitive part is that you if you're not in favor of more people doing this drug which has Gavin admits He could be destructive you might say.
Well -- it but clearly you know as with alcohol I mean obviously alcohol is -- a lot like you.
But making it illegal -- not solve that problem it just added another problem some you know.
I just I don't know -- -- bill.
Also I I don't I didn't Steve's reward not deep deconstruct it could destructive.
I -- Now it's kinda destructive thing and it's just not really construct you -- and it's just you know Ali and I could destroy your life you just -- that do allow -- Yeah I.
I think -- eighteen -- -- -- -- smoke a lot those of the former abuser you're supposed to be hungry and figuring out what you would -- would you like if that's laced with pot your whole life is.
His view it's true it is doesn't go to the only people that I know that it in my life that.
Just disappeared although smoking pot does make you convert.
Not bill you said once the fun police are off this mortal -- While the I'm assuming that's what you meant acts can compete -- on.
Yes that's right He had cut back -- have a suggestion that you might actually like yeah we legalize pot.
But we we attach and amendment added to the law that makes it illegal for Seth Rogen to ever talk about it thank you very much and -- other hairy guy -- what's the states no -- everything every movie that comes out of with twenty or thirty minutes of pot if you've seen -- makes it that much harder to legalize the product I agree.
I don't here's what -- would make them cool -- baseball does is recently and constantly about crack yet and they are talking about crap like that you don't have a lot at.
I would think that was pretty yeah GAAP.
-- -- the constitution was not written on hand there was dirt on parchment though it's probable that drafts of it were written on Paper made -- camp because a lot of Paper was made and that the I have my answer if poll shows that more -- Washington and Wall Street for economic -- -- don't agree that the occupiers and the Tea Party or share much of the same anger I disagree with you I think they just have different ideas on how to make things better.
Oh that's called.
The with the whole world.
We all have we all are I think we all want the same things but we have different.
Then anyway and he's full of relative -- crap you hit -- what you're saying gets her way.
Is that what I was saying I didn't happen that what -- saying -- everybody can be for this.
A mass murderer who.
Is it is you know following his pursuit of happiness frame He wants the same thing as you do first -- I don't like the way you -- tea parties to -- I was at the top -- that.
-- and we're gonna get letters I thought.
But I but I I don't think that's fair I I think that Tea Party years and the occupiers are both angry at what they view as Wall Street getting unfair advantages.
And the government screwing things up.
Yeah I think that's true -- but I think we kind erupt.
Governments really -- -- you don't ask for more government.
Have you wouldn't think so yes I guess but they do the the government solutions the Tea Party people want the lack of governments -- they want to separate things but I'm not all of Wall Street guys want more government.
Some of them seem to get that the government is screwed up here.
Yeah but the ones who do I just can't wrap my head around that it.
The government's huge accident and this solution is more government -- him it's -- him.
The -- not sure I agree with you that the tea parties have turned a blind eye to -- -- of big business I think one of the reasons tea parties were born was because of TARP in the balance and stuff like that I don't think there's any love for the big corporations.
Yeah tartan -- and -- Right but it was up there was given to big business and the tea parties not happy and -- I never hear them -- elegant thing man I never hand them rant against guys.
He was currently in use today and I'll I am big -- and finally.
He -- Sandra day find important risk -- rail against alleged double attendance.
I did it rail against I never hear this when you please get your policy and allow the time is used regularly reading Daily Kos.
I've -- bilateral defense I want my -- This is from it and additionally it sends out what is it that.
And roughly yeah.
Yeah low cost for me it's it's.
Not a pleasant there's one back here and you -- -- -- -- and I have a little.
We'll look at what happened to happen.
Else people that things to build from buffalo well.
Yeah I I think by the way the best part regret that you've left out the best part of a doubly shocked by Wall Street thing.
It's the -- -- given all the young journalists who missed out on the sixties to be part of history man yap and -- exactly exactly.
Florida city to publicly shame men who go to prostitutes -- -- it was odd that Palm Beach residents cited economic downturn as a reason frustrations on the rise.
I would assume that might -- because women are having a hard time finding jobs yes no I was just trying to get stupid joke nobody left side of adolescent.
-- can't all -- -- there is also not to be crass and by that I mean to be crass.
It's probably cheaper for got to go to a prostitute -- to take a girl out to dinner and a movie.
The -- -- that is pretty -- and so I'm pretty good though it probably shouldn't ask this coming from a guy -- loses two cats.
-- -- it is my experience.
And dinner and dinner and drinks in New York some can be about a 120 box.
Prostitutes me 500 bucks and it's gonna be able to veto Gavin they are happening you like to hear the high polluting prostitutes unity -- -- you get your -- the one I said ask.
I and a -- to prostitutes without any.
Gavin what about the prostitutes who dribble.
Don't know what they're right yeah they wanna make twenty box -- not charges either matured a 500 bucks I don't go to East New York that often especially for that kind of stuff from this thing in the modern world innocent lies part of Manhattan it's 500 bucks.
Now the elites and you know a lot about prostitution and -- this is a class warfare and -- yeah he's -- -- both illegal and -- We know nothing personally about right now.
Let me out of this is yeah.
But that's about.
The reality -- they're making girls meaner.
A time our stadium theory on this.
Yes I believe that reality shows are a worst case scenario situation.
Men love adventure action danger things like that our reality shows -- ice road truckers and things like out of the fishing show the dangers fishing show.
Because -- look at that and we we'd like to picture ourselves in that situation even though whenever gonna put ourself in that situation.
Also like to watch unhealthy women.
Reacting on television because that's a worst case scenario for them they like to picture what it would be like if they were in that situation even though -- not gonna put themselves in that situation.
-- -- -- -- I was and incredibly perceptive but commentary didn't.
A -- to -- my friend go away smacks down.