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President George W.
Bush paddling alongside wounded soldiers from the third annual warrior 100 K bike ride.
It's -- three day and then taking place for the first time on the bush family ranch in Texas.
And Fox -- medical eighteen doctor Marc Siegel was along for the ride and got some one on one time.
With President Bush how are you feeling that's so you only Wikipedia -- it's.
I put that on I really actually trained for this and he inspired me last year when I went and I've been working out for the whole year in this is what he does he does -- inspires my personal attention.
You know he he he got in there with with the troops in the former troops -- special forces there there were wounded veterans there he hung out with them for the whole three days he led them up.
The last thing he led them up the rim which is the hardest part of his trail was covered with mud -- -- you -- -- -- up here they -- them.
This is the way he is -- he's incredibly funny and he's humble.
I talked him about his aids initiative really wanted to take credit for -- legend -- says what was during my administration this is this -- President Bush's and he did.
Get -- one on one time with him right.
To the ride was over I got -- talked about his views on health.
Health care and personal health let's have a look.
But of course this was -- inspired by Greg you have a message for the veterans of the United States on memorial.
There's a lot of Americans who respect you and appreciate your service.
And carefully on line.
And I want what do you think the future of health care in the United States is and what the best way to approach it is.
I think the -- one important aspect of a good health care system is to.
And prevention and we're doing out here we're.
-- people make better choices.
The demand for health care will decline secondly.
Think it's really important to recognize -- get the best.
Most modern technologically advanced health care system in the world.
And it's -- you know it'll eventually we'll figure -- the most efficient way to pay for it.
Yeah for I think you're -- role model for health.
Is there's just something I'm missing -- get people off the couch had only get people -- and exercising.
I don't know what the role model for -- I drank too much of smoke cigarettes.
Not sit around.
But people that make up their own mind I mean that no law you can suggested earlier the -- but hopefully people once they start exercising more.
You realize the physical and mental benefits.
And making it's it's an addictive habit.
Because -- really do feel better and the united I don't know I think through example.
I think you're shows help people.
Mean we show these kids don't ride with prosthesis.
And across very rugged terrain -- these numbers are willing you know I try to do that and when they do they'll realize.
And how -- it makes -- -- on health benefits from.
-- -- our nation.
We got great -- here and and a pretty tough to know that.
And in this case men who had their life.
Blown off for -- serious injuries are able to -- those trails really struck.
You know -- -- there's no pity here -- this is about courage and about getting back up.
It's about what he said which was the hand that you're dealt and for health care it's about personal responsibility.
Taking responsibility for your own health elect's health savings accounts -- not gonna directly criticizing it's happening now there was this.
-- a jab I think because he said were personal responsibility we have a great health care system yeah.
-- could have easily grab the right and efficient way to pay for it I agree to that he bust chops a little bit when you -- had some one on one time to call mile yeah I took my shirt off to do the interview.
-- -- -- Just forget that back -- -- -- -- Thanks so much star tribute to see you next here -- you know where you take a long lean on the -- -- you're -- -- -- and how -- -- thanks so much -- job done well.
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