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-- welfare and balance the democratic congress and it says mark will then is off -- rocker South Carolina Democrat -- clobbered says yes.
That the president the speaker are right the -- is not an immediate crisis.
A congress and I don't remain as well as -- or dead -- stay strikes me at the very least as a grenade with a capital Phnom.
Well you know thank you so much we have in -- You've ever call.
I was a member of the of these so -- Biden group.
We're two in meetings bipartisan meetings house on the super committee.
Twelve people by Protestant six incidents.
Where we've met and met and met.
And we could not reach a deal on the so -- Be.
-- -- -- the reduction package.
But we know that we do have a problem.
But we have a problem classified.
Spend and as well.
I think is spending.
When you give tax preferences as to people and corporations who don't need it -- then didn't mind it.
So what we've got to do is get serious about expenditures.
Where they are being made.
Come up we'll be fair and balanced.
Approach to try to get something.
What do you think you'll let's we do congressman that we are so we do well whether what you characterizes spending -- spending -- -- but I heard that argument all -- all talk about whether it represents.
And immediate crisis now that regardless what you call it.
When we are standing in excess of a trillion dollars more than we're taking -- That is not sustainable not to cause say that's not an immediate prices begs the issue when would it become a media -- Well you and -- problem on the same page through that to some people immediately be tomorrow morning.
Two this immediate might not be until July.
Or even September.
I'm saying now you're seeing.
Immediate to mean given the fact that we.
-- on three billion today to our debt is now this very hour this minute what say you.
Well -- not so much that it comes to the to the budget as you know.
Admitted things they're up there with the lava lag in in the budget.
And I do believe there's a lot of lag time here we have some immediate -- when it comes.
To the end of this month some things we've got to do.
And we need to do that you know they keep the government running.
Now the question is do you need to pay all of a -- in that time I don't think so.
I think you will see over in Europe now.
What happens with these austerity programs.
When you don't do things in -- way that is balance.
When you don't have investments.
Vs cards in such a way.
We hear they're not seriously they're being -- than anything we're doing hints of anything approaching austerity here I think it's safe to say we don't have to worry.
About that here because nothing I say.
Hints of a dramatic cuts -- spending at -- where where where wrangling with each other over the size of the increase in Indian government programs right.
But but but I -- this say -- that we were to adopt the Ryan budget that's exactly -- would be.
We see these draconian.
Cuts in that budget you see him -- not sure I should not sit.
They're just moderating to -- that some of these institutions right.
Well that's true that's true I mean we just got off this whole thing was he could -- and congressman where everything was whining about 85 -- suppose it cuts.
Half of which were really in the outer years in a budget north of three point six trillion dollars.
In a debt approaching seventeen trillion dollars.
If that's draconian that -- and then I guess -- twiggy.
No you know arc that's why I have been -- in that we take a different look.
And how we do this but have been because we -- carbon based permanent it did -- within ten years.
I don't know that we have to have.
I hit it ten year fixed.
And what -- -- ten years is at least a at all I think it's an unrealistic arbitrary one but at least it sets a blueprint night.
That's true now but like you say it unrealistic.
And arbitrary and that doesn't mean you give up the -- -- drill the hole right you don't you don't just stop all this.
-- the -- you keep hope.
It but you don't after as you say it beyond realistic about it.
There is one thing to -- government do this in ten years.
There's some justices well the real benefit comes -- thirteenth or fourteenth year but we have Marc -- Jack for that pick Beckham hit that.
In our budget -- and I think we have to really get real.
About what we -- and how you doing that.
Because American people don't need to be subjected.
Throw these men affected -- Well I don't care here on the right or left congress I loaded up having not it was -- -- hot.
But to -- when you're you'd taken out of the three billion dollars in -- each state spending a -- more than you take it any easier it's an immediate threat it's an immediate threat but we can.
Respect I just really hard and I agree congressman -- that -- -- demanded the immediate.
Or is an argument for the -- Heidi it's like now on -- but congress and thank you very much in the media is out -- -- in the.
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