Halftime Report: 1/11/13
Tom Shillue puts the 'guest ombudsman' in 'Red Eye' guest ombudsman
- Duration 10:49
- Date Jan 11, 2013
Tom Shillue puts the 'guest ombudsman' in 'Red Eye' guest ombudsman
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It would back the fun out of -- got anything wrong so far that we go to Thomas W Shillue.
Find out he didn't see -- Howard and.
Well no matter how things go here does have to I want to know a great respect for you and the whole panel thank -- I don't go out there.
I'm not that doesn't bode well does it and thought that's.
Look I was very interested in the first story you know whenever I read a study Andy in which America comes out.
Low on the on the latter.
I always look and I see that the solutions.
That the authors suggest are always -- left of center court political solution yet.
I never see a story he criticizes America and the solution is you know cutting the corporate tax rate.
Or you know opening up an -- economic freedom and you know.
In the way that up in like Hong Kong or something like that it's always a left wing thinks so I look at it -- -- -- skeptically but then.
I saw these statistics of infant mortality now those numbers can't lie right Andy.
Well they can't.
Have they made they may be -- -- there were a lot of statistics in here and there's a lot of evidence but.
Was -- dis positive.
I don't I don't know that it was deposited Tom but I thank you for arguing a call back from out of it last week.
Yes yes yes yes at the Fed cup effect that might be that this is the longest call back and hit.
It's a -- -- comedy -- I'd call forward.
OK look this is let's look at these visits for and infant mortality.
The -- in the chair of this study doctor Stephen Wolf he said.
Apple first of all he blamed -- on the culture we have a culture and our country that chairs his personal autonomy and once the -- is to find limits.
Too intrusive government and other entities upon our personal lives perhaps.
Of those forces act against the it would be in the ability to achieve optimal health outcomes I thought now this guy is definitely.
He's obviously running a -- study found OK let's look at the the numbers if the mortality I thought how can the US be solo in infant mortality.
But according the -- citizens calculated in countries like Canada Germany and and Austria.
A baby that's born premature weighing less than 500 grams is not considered a living child right.
But in this country it is you see so -- mortality statistics.
Most children most incidents of infant mortality happened within the first 24 hours okay.
I'm David it only lasts a day but in in our country.
The any baby that is born has any signs of life is considered alive but a lot of these countries they're not they consider them still -- from the statistics are completely off the map so I'm not saying I don't know I have all the statistics here.
I think our viewers have to look this up.
But the thing you know you have to look at you have mortality statistics.
I have a feeling of viewers like the panel checked out allowing him.
Thought that I don't play if I don't know that baby's -- I don't really good guy in his right.
I -- yes I'm gonna give -- some real little or didn't do this so please don't be one of freedom bank.
-- -- -- -- In -- since 2042.
Of the world's 52 surviving babies weighing less than 400 grams were born in the United States what does that tell you that tells me that we have really good doctors.
And look at all these statistics the -- in the study okay.
It says now the name of the study were unhealthy than everyone else that's our own fault we die younger from diseases such as obesity.
And heart disease yeah we lot of steak and lobster were successful country.
We are far more likely to be murdered yes that's true the there's a lot of -- shooting each other and our urban centers that's true -- love those -- -- Remember we're likely to run a lot of public not to say he was eating all the states and all I know I have -- say that we have.
The the obesity and heart disease it's because we do we are -- such a wealthy country we a lot of rich foods whatnot and we can afford guns.
Yes and and were more likely to die in car accidents because we have cars anti.
We have automobiles.
So -- have -- were more likely to die in.
In highway accidents we have highways yet you don't don't the doesn't die in car accidents people -- shots today.
Definitely I don't know what -- I think this is loads and reports of any of your quote you said that we are they we have the lowest probability our -- those -- ability of living to age fifty here's your -- -- there all of those three factors.
We do die young but it is simply because of our success in our.
Our our highways in our I just eating steaks.
Italy had an outsider and not relative as we say well supporting -- and really the only reason we Diana because we're good.
Yes do you want -- -- -- psychoanalysis statistics fascinating -- -- You said we were talking on this this issue American and -- the Italians.
No Heidi eat.
-- -- you said Italians eat better and they know they respect their meal times and whatnot and you described that -- being better than the United States but you know the Italians.
They're they're not working right that -- Well I think they're working their their political system has 45 parties they all had 2% yet he didn't get -- -- -- government put together but.
Everybody stops at -- time.
And there's -- fast you really can't be fired from their jobs so -- we're getting settled when I was at lunch and they all know the past is coming so it's not so that it's a great life.
Giuliani can get scared as she watched most don't have fast that is an actual job that -- -- -- -- gotten -- -- I've -- -- story about Italy winner dude set himself on fire -- -- bill let me put the company 250000 -- attack video but he lost his job.
So bona -- I have no -- I think -- yeah I'm not.
Lot of back it up to head a little -- I want to build up.
Do you said that our country where over sex and we're over slots just those two is there anything else that you.
Bomb and you can deal -- I -- Michelle but we're not going -- I think Brandon is in America is the -- OK I didn't I -- nothing -- different story for -- -- -- Juliette for the first let's get -- the second -- -- -- -- top -- off.
-- second story the the hall of fame.
A by the way and he was being facetious right erect a huge fan of cal Ripken I don't work to counter.
I just can't leave your mouth shut over their -- don't even ask about how many of Italian life army I -- a plus or at all.
He has them bumped don't -- that -- he and I am not a pound now.
I sure -- you said that you -- stop giving a big contracts to people who cheat and people will stop cheating but isn't that.
Isn't that the real.
Story here that America rewards people that regardless of whether any cheater or not exactly probably thinks all guys know what steroids and easy eight -- hopeful we know.
They know way before.
That -- in all it's all everybody knows what all we know the guy shows up you know it's and I -- still -- -- and that's been the most conflict but twenty million dollars.
Everybody else look around what got between me and also woman knew what he's -- debt and -- -- big loads Clinton.
Barry Bonds about it during this whole scandal he was very popular in San Francisco they love him.
I think -- things are responsible not me even after the scandal broke in this race and that's all Ericsson has.
Let me read it to be reexamined some stupid all -- way -- that if a ballot.
-- -- -- -- -- Bill often I thought you slandered Cooperstown there with that thing into the crack about the Mets last night lineup and it's truly able listen look I looked it up the -- Cooperstown news it says.
The meth labs are growing a growing problem in the area has a right there and I'll fill all.
No I knew that I got.
-- -- And I drove through there you know what else that does that by the skin of my aunts you know it says in this upstate newspaper that -- is also known as I ace Chris still crank.
-- speed math and dozens of other names are all names of my daughters -- -- I love you project this is news to you know.
It may well I have I have absolutely no idea -- -- glass.
A for all of these kids I don't know you've got wet.
What I don't waste the good and sometimes you get -- -- yeah.
Think it is talking about a pool their -- it -- it's called speed as well but speed I remember that from that from the 1970 automatically deliver.
Same stuff in the same stuff same stuff.
-- her -- preparation and wellness and disease and what he's -- ultimate -- about Lance Armstrong everyone seems holier than now about Lance Armstrong.
Juliette why was it that that picture of him reclining on his -- why -- that that the straw that broke the camel's back.
I don't get attention to before that we've got -- -- of assault scandal that broke.
I started saying you know deny that he was doing it was very clear that he did it do it you know over the course of many many years.
And that he's just you know just kind of like.
-- the world by that but -- pick -- picture on Twitter it's just it's about diseases a little spoiled brat.
Well I also -- to -- what is all the I mean all the people are shocked shocked that there's gambling going on in the casino everyone knew that people everyone in cycling.
Was doing these if.
Not be I don't know I just now I don't fall slightly and I don't know that I daddy but I just think that us and you know this is a guy -- can't look fiber all the services you just think he's just -- -- -- -- you put him on elevated we moral level.
When he took his awards away for the conference that's what a -- they couldn't because nobody else and everybody was don't really that reflect the new Bill Burton who know him.
What new building -- and Malcolm Gladwell.
He was writing in it was actually in the business insider but -- was kind of an interesting article -- -- said look he was.
He was basically better than everyone else not only at cycling.
But in using PD's it was actually part he looked at it as part of the race.
And he says is an element in the competition why don't just make that part of the definition of what it means to be great cyclists in a way that auto races realize that technology that we can't.
It's great odds that's good for sure.
Think -- the -- not break out that make -- are well listen Roger if you're hurdler.
And every other hurdler is running by the hurdles and not jumping over -- aren't you gonna start not jumping over them to.
There's no question everybody everybody's doing it.
Again I think in his case.
He was running campaigns to destroy people who are accusing yeah right he went out of his way to kill anybody I hate you -- -- Wait and then haven't you done that is what -- -- there right.
Thank you -- I've done -- thanks autopsy at the end.