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I said the Jersey ruling first you understand it yeah I understand it and I do it being a recovering alcoholic -- addict I understand completely what is -- crack baby and I've seen him before.
They made a decision -- -- evidence we don't have here but if this child hadn't toxicology reports showed some cocaine in his system.
That means that they weren't crack baby a crack babies -- born addicted to crack.
If you put somebody who if you took away a child from everybody who used illegal drugs.
Before their pregnancy you're going to be taking hundreds of hunch without -- and Colorado and Washington State people use drug.
Us a lot of people -- this all right -- you you are okay with a country.
Saying to mothers you can take heroin cocaine methamphetamine.
OxyContin anything two days before giving birth.
And we are not gonna hold you accountable at all you'll get a hold you accountable if our child if their child has damaged and -- overall out of the an excuse you are.
I've talked about this -- this ruling back all fine.
This society in New Jersey did not hold this woman accountable for this action.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Until that -- what you wanna do you wanna take this child had put a -- -- a terrible well here's what I wanna do for here's a fair thing to do you take the -- child away from the money you put it in the system.
And -- drug test some other than thirty days and see what condition -- -- in.
And then if the mother's -- you return the child.
That's the same thing to do and you might consider charging the mother with a crime because to legal to smoke crack cocaine.
Anywhere that's it but you know the Foster system you've seen -- I'm not getting justify the Foster system I'm saying this woman.
Nothing happened in a civilized fair society.
This is wrong there and then it's gone wrong hundreds and is it the courts are -- it's wrong but so we have to deal with it from their mother yet the thirty -- -- the woman's a crack addict that's -- you do well.
Cuomo in New York.
Open season -- -- birth until birth.
He wants no restrictions on late term abortion at all.
That's his that's ridiculous on in the first trimester is about personal I am to be.
Against abortions are not in the position to tell -- what I usually that try to try to trimester is about as far as I'm in that regard.
You say you disagree with Cuomo yes that now.
Again we go back to our society I think we're living in a barbaric society in America I think we've come Bob become -- -- here.
The way we treat our elderly horrible.
Horrible the way we treat the unborn awful.
All right and all of these policies are promoted by people like Andrew Cuomo.
On the left you don't see the right promoting these policies does that disturb you -- laws -- This is that talking when -- more years last.
And I tell you are frozen the -- by this judge -- -- that you predicted that the fact it's changed.
And you -- it hasn't changed for the better I think it has changed that in many ways for example education you jump and that's -- -- 260% -- -- They're Smart kids today they've been on the test -- that just that Ramadan is dead wrong.
There we never tested for math and science when we do now and we increasing their ability to both those errors.
The idea about welfare.
Of what it wasn't federal budget in 2002 it's 14% today it doesn't make any difference because a federal budget is all high today yes all right so the deal not a dollars is -- much more and because we're seventeen trillion in my head.
That he is high it's not a good move waging war we should have been waging one children -- Social Security Medicare that are out of control let's Kodak to deal with -- let's get back to the barbaric society that I think we have here now.
It's a narcissistic society heard Andrew Cuomo say your body your decision your body your decision it's all about the -- so that you -- right.
You say I was fairly grounded in the fifties what was wrong beside the civil rights stuff which which was and I pointed out last -- did all right which was definitely.
What was wrong with the values that we had in the fifties of honesty hard work and suffer line I think the assumption that those are not values today is just absolutely an indictment -- you have.
I know that based on you know -- facts on your part you don't think that we you have more Americas today one handouts and you do back then I think you have people today think you have more Americas today one hand you like you have more people getting -- that yes wanting handouts no I actually get up because they had no choice now but I think this is what about disability.
Does a good people are disabled -- disable so it's disabled and the right to have that self.
More dangerous today.
212 and it was 2000 -- you have so that he or is that is it 60% more gators today that was in 2000 had a major recession in the -- -- -- that I don't know what their ability today.
That's disability disability more more people finding access to disability that's right and -- why can't because the law says they can't.
It's making it easier for them here disabled should not be able to.
That's just disability because you don't think -- is we think they're all this at all I think most of reduce at most some I think there's probably some -- -- but not all of it and what.
Well you know you're -- last night about.
You know this great America in the fifties when we're that we fought the -- we heard drag him to fight and that's what -- that the British do alone if we had been attacked my deputy Pearl Harbor -- -- -- dismissed.
About this last generation EO Tom -- the greatest generation the fact that matters around.
I -- -- we're -- together well but yet on the -- renting them.
-- yeah I'm really got that's strange coming from you.
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