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We're back out let's find out if we got at -- soap -- that we get it's absolutely hate Tom.
Got a new CD available starting Tuesday it's called trust your heart yes congratulations.
And thank you probably -- is that this year that's number seven of twelve yes wow that doesn't economically this makes no sense.
Away -- the president it's a whole lot of work for about 85 fans.
But I love every one of some say too much from -- Speaking of fans Greg when you first started out here you said.
When you're introducing Walter you said up in the air was a great book.
And a movie.
Yes I mean -- contacted him yet yet I mean you've.
It wasn't like you said that -- -- my words.
I was a good movie yes I learned.
You were resisting using the superlative for the movie -- you were us.
Our president hundreds of I was addressing -- you know what I hate you complain about -- well I mean.
-- it was great yeah yes okay not a clue that.
Let's go to the IRS story -- hand.
All of these charities that Tea Party and the there everybody there is none of them.
She get taxes that's that I am a -- and this should individuals be able to write off their donations to these a -- They're not charities.
There's considered social welfare groups and no I don't think individuals I think if you're donating to a cause like that.
You should be donating because you believe in the cause -- -- -- supported not because you're gonna get a tax write off.
And I actually don't think charities should get tax exempt status either not -- the same reason.
No charities churches.
Usually don't seem to his cousin did you want to support the -- not because you're going to be able to go back to the IRS -- -- I don't have to pay for that -- when you rather look like -- I don't grade I could be as simple as I operated on sat there one way that you can do it right there so to be clear you hate all charities and he condemned the -- -- -- -- -- -- I think it -- bureaucracy to something that shouldn't happen bureaucracy you know let me charity should be the most -- thing that we do.
And you have to go -- the government in order to do it I mean it just adds another level of bureaucracy which.
As more corruption.
And it's getting bigger all the time he said the tax code is 74000 pages I thought I would catch -- you -- 783009.
Mean 300 yet.
Ages then in 1974191500.
Pages in 1974 so.
People -- thrilled that two people with me if -- number in front of them are residing at each other.
But in front of me well you're different.
Isn't -- anti war.
-- is -- he does every night he looks up numbers yes and then he recites them back was at halftime it's a blast hit it.
Walter use you seem to have a problem with the bonuses paid by the IRS but isn't the IRS.
Just a collection agency I used to work for the collection -- you get a bonus when you bring in more money they want money why not.
Incentivize these people.
Well exactly how they incentivizing them I mean and they put on the desk you know go get Walter -- we know he has a little extra you get 10%.
I mean is -- -- commission.
First -- ultimately maybe I'd say you know collection agencies do get a commission that's how they make their money and their incentivized they bring in more what I mean the we've got one of the bounty hunter worked on commission I don't want the IRS -- You know I disagree I think only organizations should pay taxes and individual should be -- that's how I think.
I'd like that idea.
-- what Orton and they're not making more money by granting tax exempt status it's quite the opposite you're granting more organizations the right to not pay taxes.
And have their donors not pay taxes -- OK -- -- -- there on how -- sees this issue off.
I Holloway and I believe my opinion it's what it's what your point you think that individuals should pay taxes but organizations -- yeah I.
You know what's weird is that.
You know I'm sorry but.
Corporations are sitting with forty billion dollars sitting offshore.
You know and they didn't audit the Coen Brothers for example so it's not -- -- -- after the big -- this was just you know we understand that -- -- you know their home.
Yeah you know I'd like Wall Street so much wanted to go -- it -- I did it didn't work.
-- you said you see this as a campaign story but aren't all of these scandals campaigns there isn't -- -- the isn't that the scandal beliefs they were.
They were thinking of the campaign first and isn't that the consistent thing everyone that is exactly what ties them all together and you sort of you forget what it's like in September of an election year but everything.
Related to the campaign I mean that's the lens through which they saw everything and I and I think -- -- if you can take your opponents.
Activists off the table -- -- people we're going to be working for your opponent.
That's great for you and that's what -- ariston.
All right next story -- -- by the way guys and gals BI after died in 2009.
-- the last of the ages and kept.
And Bea Arthur was a bill I think you were joking about.
The mister Jefferson there -- absolutely not -- was Edith bunkers 'cause it.
That was the premise of the I didn't ask.
But who is the father of the unborn child that was what -- -- wondering I am looking it up I can't do this so many controversial episodes I couldn't.
Around them that -- But Diane he said this you were complaining this is not reelect her body he made it up the man is an artist the man's name is John -- and he's best known for satirical figurative.
Paintings which deal with a provocative sexual and social theme in -- technically skillful -- this is what his.
This is his Bailiwick -- well.
Fine I'm just pointing it out there when people look at that -- like he's got pretty nice and they're not remove.
Hey holy war had not whoa I didn't really wow.
When will you can see they were nice imaginary overnight imaginary friends since I know you don't want those are pretty great imaginary group.
Actually they were blacked -- I'm still trying to imagine I mean I haven't images made and then.
There's bad and she is out.
Our on college.
I thought charity event -- come.
What -- -- you think of Bea Arthur do you think of the if you think of heard chiefly as mod or do you think of her golden girls.
I think it grabs the frightening -- of my youth you've made me think that the women's movement was going.
When I reached maturity to come for me in the night -- -- -- you know I couldn't they were -- shows I cannot watch as a kid mod was one of them.
And the other was James at sixteen -- -- -- that Lance currently -- up by the way.
Ask her win yet which started seeing it fifteen became James -- sixteen when he lost his virginity -- was found in a hotel room in real life.
With a hooker and -- out of his mind correct -- and they you know they should've made that a special episode she didn't change at 630 yeah.
-- -- I want it would happen to Lance curling.
He wasn't a rising star then he disappeared.
Yeah sensitive on any bigger bat maybe for my next halftime report I cannot do at a glance -- an update yes you know what I think he's wearing an MSNBC his name's Chris Shays and a half and went over to Michael Jackson's house one weekend.
Who have dropped out of society have -- -- -- -- I'm all done Greg you get to the other story -- -- have time.
-- well you know I mean what we're talking with -- conservative right yeah.
I was wondering if you don't you guys are all acting like this is cause and effect if you're strong you turn out conservative but what if it's the other way around if you conservative.
You you know maybe spend less time combing the Internet to.
And hanging out in the daily close and all -- -- -- and you have time to go to the gym and become strong you know what you didn't that is an interesting point it's a particularly the and not get -- why I look on the Internet when you can get -- in the locker room.
-- don't -- by the way they'll -- U suggesting that all these large.
Fit man who vote conservative.
-- gay is that what you're saying.
I notice -- I -- and I is that we're hearing what you a warning here that it.
-- -- -- -- Done job well done.
I'll see you -- me later part of the show don't don't don't go anywhere please don't help yourself to the refreshments down -- because -- not for you.
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