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-- priorities of our celebrity president there were on full display yet again even though the Obama administration for the fourth time in five years they missed the deadline for submitting a budget.
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And joining me -- reaction the architect Fox News contributor Karl Rove are you -- We'll have my thinking -- can win number friend that contributed the end actually got disputed to -- To the squad this this fall during practice while with the with the your inspiration how can they ever possibly lose -- it's almost on the exactly -- Robert Gibbs and I Robert Gibbs and I spoke to -- -- -- Broderick is my good friend.
All right I senate democratic budget's gonna hit fifteen grand in debt.
Everything every American family Carl that's -- a budget now.
No none of -- well.
It's a budget but it's -- budget of the Democrats in fact -- this this might be really illuminating if you take a look at the democrats' senate budget.
This year they wanna spend a 184.
Billion dollars more than the Republicans proposed next -- 348.
Billion dollars more than the Republicans.
This year they wanna raise taxes by twenty billion dollars Republican budget doesn't raise taxes next year they want to raise in taxes by forty billion dollars again.
Republican budget does raise taxes and then -- -- on the deficit this year the Democrat deficit would be a 164.
Billion dollars bigger than they they Republican deficit.
And next year 308.
Billion dollars just to give me a sense of it.
By 2015 Republican deficit would be down to a 125.
Billion the Democrat deficit would be 433.
-- there's a big indication of the difference between the parties when you look at the budget.
-- -- of the budget blueprints of the Republicans in the house and the Democrats in the senate Republicans want to restrain spending.
Democrats want to continue to blow up the budget and eventually over the decade -- one trillion dollars in new taxes.
-- all right so one trillion in new taxes over ten years a trillion dollars say this that this is like that they've been known no other way -- that's point one but yet they still.
Will give us almost trillion dollar deficits as far as the eye can see throughout that entire ten year period.
Here is the big issue now.
I want to see obamacare repealed.
But it's not gonna happen.
Throughput through Paul Ryan's budget plan.
The Republicans if they want that to happen to get Ryan's plan through.
They're gonna have to during one of these CRs or -- one of these debt ceiling debates.
They are going to have to shut the government down that we still take in two point seven trillion.
We'll -- for Medicare Social Security will pay off our -- the full faith and credit of the United States.
But is not the only way that Ryan's budget gets done.
No no not at all Ryan's budget you know we're gonna have made the series of sequential battles what's gonna happen is that Democrats in the senator gonna ultimately passed.
Some kind of a budget resolution I doubt it's going to be like this one.
The Republicans in the house -- gonna pass the House Budget Committee budget resolution.
These -- a levels for all of the Appropriations Committee allowing for what's called protection that is to say you could have expedited.
The consideration of appropriations bills that fall under that level Republicans are gonna pass bills.
That have spending lower than the Democrats the Democrats are gonna have bills that are higher than Republicans and then we're gonna fight it out bill by bill by bill by bill.
Through the balance of the year and we're gonna see it clear difference between Republicans and Democrats -- Republicans say no tax increase is less spending.
Restrain government and the Democrats saying well let's just keep spending like there's no tomorrow but it but the Ryan budget is predicated on repealing Obama care.
Now yes but not necessarily immediately because remember right now we're not spending a lot of money we start to spend money next year the year after going 141 trillion.
We have 2202014.
And 2016 is when we begin to spend money but of the one -- 55 billion dollar cost of this bill.
We spent over 85% of -- probably closer to 90% of -- in 20161718.
And nineteen and I think by that time.
It is going to be such a disaster that there's going to be great enthusiasm.
For repealing obamacare you saw a poll out today that suggested that 45% the American people wanted to.
Repeal obamacare 34%.
Thereabouts want to do.
Implemented has written and the rest were sort of up in the air that's not a good place to be when you -- -- so called it a major city is saying there must acknowledge him.
Like I don't I think get out of the Ryan budget is as I read over -- interviewed him down twice about it.
And it was I understood it that his budget to balance in ten years was predicated on the repeal of obamacare -- -- and he didn't say -- 2016.
I assume that is now -- and I thank you know.
It's it's predicated upon repeal but again most I don't know whether it's 1813 2014 when he fifteen.
But but it is predicated on repealing and before we blow all this money out which we're gonna start doing in 2060.
All right because it seems to me I think this is a winnable argument -- -- alone in my thinking -- I'm just way out there and you can tell me -- wrong.
But I think the country especially as they get more.
In two Obama care and hospitals and an insurance policies everything that was going up we're beginning to see the consequences.
Unfold before rise.
What's so what would be so bad Republicans same.
No we're not gonna -- that we're not gonna fund it.
And if you want to shut the government down shut it down will have two point seven trillion to pay.
Social Security Medicare.
Essential services the military and our debt service.
Yeah well look -- I believe we got to continue to fight against obamacare and put.
Democrats on record as supporting it and Republicans on record.
As big as one he'd repeal and replace it we need to flesh out what it is we would do to replace it.
But but look I'm I'm I'm not -- we gotta be careful about -- you like we just want to shut down the government because.
We control the house represented -- but not the senate and not the White House.
But we want to have our way you know this this is not necessarily.
Gonna put us in the best light but I'm all for continuing to fight at an -- cut off funding wherever we can find it look on things like the independent payment advisory board.
We may have a bipartisan majority in the senate.
That's willing to cut off that -- and that they had the same with they got a -- tax increase some medical devices when we come back thanks Karl.
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