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Hello I'm Scott Brown in for Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching us tonight.
The jokes on us.
That is the subject of this evening's talking points memo as you know I was the United States senator from Massachusetts for about three years I speak with many in my former staff and colleagues and a regular basis and remain plugged in.
So what if I told you that the leaders in both the house and the senate along with the vice president are actually close to solving out country's most vexing financial problems.
Things like astronomical gas prices long lines at the airport and out of control national debt.
That's not all Medicare social security and obamacare will all be fixed and made self sufficient for generations to come.
If you're saying to yourself -- of it seems too good to be true you'd be right it's April Fool's Day in the April fool's joke is guess what it's on all of us.
I find it ridiculous that we are grateful when gas prices come down just a few pennies we shouldn't feel lucky to pay three dollars and 63 cents a gallon for gas.
And while we're talking about April fool's jokes here's another one our energy policy a lack thereof.
It's also a joke that there is no effort to address the long lines and other cuts at our airports being brought on by sequester.
The joke is also on us that there is no effort to real and are out of control of that.
When I was in DC the national that was just under twelve trillion dollars today it's almost seventeen trillion dollars and counting.
Sadly the joke is on us that after four years and not having a budget the senate passes a sham budget that does not balance and actually increases the debt.
In Medicare social security and Obama care.
-- going to bankrupt the country if we don't have an immediate mature and bipartisan conversation.
On how to save and strengthen them.
Individuals and business is -- coming to realize finally that they were sold a bad bill of goods premiums are going up.
People losing the doctors that they grew up with the one size fits all approach being implemented across the board you know what it's not working.
In the new taxes to pay for -- listen they're hurting businesses growth and expansion.
Every day every day in DC is April -- day in once again the joke is on us and done you and that's the memo.
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