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Rarely agree with me whit you you won a big fan -- about this thank -- sat Harris Perry's Pro -- why why well.
I guess it's all a matter of your own experience is right I mean I remember when I was just a little boy.
Probably around twelve or thirteen years old -- my dad would get us up at 5:30 in the morning because we had a push start.
His old beat up Volkswagen.
Because we didn't have enough money for my -- to fix the car that was terribly embarrassing.
And frustrating when your little kid you don't want all your neighbors and all your friends and maybe even the girls that you may like to see you.
Push starting your dad's car every morning I don't know if you remember what pushed -- was -- You literally he's like push a car really fast and so if somebody puts it into gear that would be my dad so he can get to work.
In the north areas here in Florida we don't have hills but you can also we're gonna kill and -- -- it was just.
It you know it's it's almost a metaphor for of the sacrifice that my parents made my parents decided.
That they would -- probably a better life in Cuba behind.
So they could come to the United States and lived in a place.
Where you get to choose what religion your kids have you get to choose.
How he will raise your children and it is not a state matter it's a person on my -- I think you -- Melissa Melissa Harris Perry wasn't saying that she -- did it seemed to me that it was more just an appeal for.
All of us to be involved teachers parents and.
-- highway -- no look here's a quote -- gonna affect human let me get my -- what used to be a Blackberry that's now on iphones -- progress -- We have never -- invested as much in public education as we should have because we've always had.
Kind of a private notion of children.
She's not talking about the fact that when your neighbor down the street should be looking out for your kids of course we -- believe that we believe in the collective sense of community.
Which he's talking about his government see that's that's the difference when that's the definition of -- -- This is something that you know the Castro government would say and I'm sure she's a good person and -- I'm sure she's a very well intentioned person.
And she didn't mean to say it this way maybe and maybe she just doesn't understand because.
Maybe it's important for people like me and others who are immigrants who come to this country millions of us from other places.
Because we felt we were running away from this this this this very nation.
That it's a collective state issue.
How we raise our children and in matters of religion and matters of public health and all these matters.
And we're saying well maybe not bonds is something we need to -- spying for ourselves.
Yeah yeah -- it's an interesting view Rick and the the -- is that that MSNBC has got more publicity.
Because people have jumped up and down about this and they could probably could ever have -- -- -- so I'm sure that quite happy with it but album.
I won't let me just -- quickly as well red blood -- because I got to run.
But -- -- because our -- all background and I'm really interested in what you made of Jay-Z and beyoncé.
Going off to -- -- he had he should've done it shouldn't have done a good thing bad.
Think it's their business what they do they have every right in the world the go to Cuba but we have also a right to criticize the fact that they go to Cuba.
On my show on W I -- -- here in Miami I've been talking about it from the very first moment when I saw it and I knew it was all full of crap.
I could tell right away when they start talking about how they're being swarmed by a -- -- adoring fans in Cuba what.
Look -- the -- opening Cuba people have too much.
Don't have enough time on their hands to be doing something like that they're busy trying to subsist ability.
They're busy trying to figure out what they're going to eat that day that whole thing was set up by the Cuban government obviously.
As a response to the -- any.
The Sanchez story here in South Florida and and her trip to the United States and you know the press people.
But there's one interesting thing that we talked about as well that everybody here in South Florida caught up on and that is.
Here's Jay-Z wearing -- Che Guevara shirt.
Everywhere he goes he's a huge fan of check of our.
He should really educate himself on this.
Turns out Che -- was a very racist person at least as he's described by his own quotes.
He's known who have said things about African Americans that their lazy they're not like Europeans are not worth much the revolution shouldn't hang their hat on them.
These -- -- think that Che Guevara said he's wearing a shirt everywhere he goes it's just one of those things where.
If you're gonna do something if you're gonna say something god bless you have a right to do it.
Be informed know what you do want to know what you're talking -- -- ranked -- always great get your view on these matters thank you very much indeed Rick Sanchez.
-- he's Latino contribute -- great to see Rick have a good day.
Down there and beautiful Miami --
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