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-- welcome back -- Kentucky tonight thank you come on don't appreciate very much you wrote a scathing piece -- your website.
About the Democratic Party and I'm with you -- that there's no reason why they shouldn't be miles ahead of what the Republicans are doing right now -- -- -- -- -- on this.
Exactly but it hasn't when the democratic leadership in the congress didn't.
Do you think based on the record based on what John Boehner the speaker and it's our particular candor have passed in the house.
And the last two years and what they're trying to get through in the house.
That this is the in the cruelest most -- Most ignorant most anti people most war mongering and most Wall Street indentured.
Republican Party in history in this area.
You'll wire two landslide you know and that is kind of an -- constable.
-- -- me smile.
And one of them.
Finally good to me because -- raise less money yeah.
So basically they're endangering it is in the republic.
Admitting there -- -- when you talk to them.
They are admitting they're gonna lose the house again in the number -- John Boehner and Eric Cantor.
So that means even if Obama wins he can get anything done.
I was upset when I heard when I hear people continue to say.
President Obama could have been anything you want and when he had Democrat majority in both houses but he really didn't you of these blue dog Democrats as you -- -- net earpiece.
That reeling for all named right in -- -- will be Republicans including have recently the seventeen as you mentioned.
Who supported by the move by.
Boehner and cantor.
To -- holder for contempt of congress.
Well they that's true -- you say about the Democrats really should have a huge margin.
Wears a blue dog Democrats can't do it tipped the scale that terribly huge margin in the house I mean just look at this -- just look at the way this would -- Every time the insurance companies drug companies.
Are gouging people.
People sometimes -- this you have to -- guy.
-- Republicans defend the insurance and drug companies.
And get more tax breaks while more deregulation market more federal cops -- the corporate crime -- Every time there -- corporate polluters -- a coal industry.
Every time there's unsafe workplace there's disaster like -- coal mine collapsed while back.
Who -- blocking stronger penalties who's blocking stronger safety standards.
It's the Republicans in the house.
Every time there's issues to whether we can make them do -- year less dirty or the water and contaminated food.
Safer for people there on the side.
Of the corporations who don't want law and order they don't want safety standards and don't wanna allow people injured have been obtained court.
It isn't because the fact is that neither party can get.
Elected without the support of the corporation's.
A dispute because it is just money I mean this policy.
Is running all over the country she measures her loyalty was the Democratic Party going into one district after the receive money confuses celebrity's Democrats.
That is not what's gonna win what's gonna -- are bright lines.
And answering the question that's on people's minds -- sides are these parties.
And if you can answer the question the way it's Brent Gambill wrote -- book did for many years.
Peter on the side of working tablets and the people you're gonna win again and again.
You know if you don't put -- -- proposal and those costly wars overseas bring the money back bring the soldiers back.
Support the Community Colleges in terms of tuition increases.
Develop the whole public works program you know to repair America and every community was good paying jobs that can't be exported to China.
If you're not taking stands like that in -- people have trouble distinguishing you from your Republican opponent look what happened.
When I put this minimum wage.
Persuaded Jesse Jackson junior.
That wasn't difficult and he -- about 24 co sponsors.
He's been called -- -- was called catching up with 1960.
In other words a ten dollar minimum wage itself and dollars and -- quarter.
-- lost in the western world Ontario stemmed rose in the quarter anyway a ten dollar minimum -- Well not only increase.
A consumer demand and a recessionary economy tens of billions of dollars.
It will improve the state of thirty million workers.
And in so doing draw a bright line with -- Republicans who don't want any minimum wage and they wouldn't mind if people working for 2000.
Sadly Jesse Jackson junior stepped -- here for both -- little bit but.
Did it do you usually the Democratic Party needs to be more progressive and that would win the more he.
And of course I mean you know that they basically are not getting the message across the use these phrases like Kia -- a good example and the fourth of July parade.
And Florida congressman bill -- the Republican.
Woods approached by a worker -- Congressman young Jesse Jackson junior is pushing for -- increase -- minimum wage ten bucks an hour would you support that.
Tell young sir it probably not how about getting major.
And the elements that I Abuja.
And I -- -- what makes a Palestinian our he can't he can't live on that.
Young says well then why do you want the benefit Africa.
Any other open all over it's been Huffington Post these -- the insensitivity.
So -- his democratic opponent Chesapeake Ehrlich say.
Florida if you look at the language has -- little beyond is out of touch with what hardworking people go through every day.
-- that's the phrase they use.
Instead he doesn't care about people in his district.
He doesn't care that he's making over a 120 dollars an hour with enormous pensions and life insurance and health insurance in congress and he -- -- this.
This -- that wants the ten dollars and which is what the minimum wage it would have been in 1968.
Catching up with 1960 and -- Inflation adjustment.
They'll have the right language -- -- they're stuck with these political consultants who brought -- to defeat.
There are charging them 15%.
Further expensive TV ads that the interest in these political consultant.
This should be acquired.
But you're -- I think it can does what can happen.
There are a lot of outside the congress prominent Democrats some of them -- retired.
Some of them -- like Robert Reich former secretary of labor.
Like Barbara Ehrenreich wrote the book.
And Mark Green who ran for a number put millions a year.
We all got together and formed a committee decided to Democratic Party by giving -- a chill out and there's duper.
Prepared personally -- to switch gears is the best way to describe it.
It comes from their -- Republican Kevin Phillips temples once.
Republicans have great instincts for the jugular while Democrats have been instincts for the couple.
You know on and messaging is a real issue I wish list of people like George lake -- for example.
Who would help them with phraseology would help the messaging the health care for example health care bill.
Which they've done a terrible job selling that to the American public -- -- your support -- the Affordable Care Act but it's been a while we've had but they don't allow the job selling it.
They don't know the language who don't want the -- why because and a Smart no because they've got their hand out to Aetna and Cigna the health insurance giant supermarkets but guys like Pfizer and Merck.
They're trying to -- raise money that tends to -- in their language.
They could is that about obamacare and I think we should have pulled Medicare fraud but they could -- -- about obamacare.
We you know it's gonna reduce the number of people in this country we're gonna have to face the question -- -- -- -- is what 45000 Americans die every year court -- Harvard medical researchers because they can't afford health insurance.
To get diagnosed and treated for their illness or injury and this is going to reduce the number of Americans all over America.
-- don't who don't have to decide because they can't have helped ensure it does so we talked.
And that's ridiculous -- -- you Juan is the oldest question in American politics and they are not answering this.
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