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Do you trust your government for freshman Allen west joins us and let me asking that question do you trust -- Well I think is very hard to have trust in the government right now when.
-- we have even talk about the debt and deficit and all these things going on but when you look at what happened has happened and -- guys in some people say it's a joke in this relevant.
-- whose lost their lives.
We don't leave our men and women behind on the battlefield.
When you look at the IRS scandal in the fact that we have agencies -- -- going after individuals because of their political beliefs.
And they have a First Amendment right to petition their government for redress of grievances yet you have so -- I've represented Jim McDermott did believes that they don't have that.
You look at the you know Department of Justice with the AP scandal we'll show actress and James Rosen.
You know one minute you're saying you know mr.
attorney general you knew nothing about targeting reporters -- then we find out that you -- on -- affidavit on that.
And we're supposed to believe that -- you know a fair you know equipment -- of the of -- law and justice.
But then it comes down to this and they say it comes back to.
Health and human services Kathleen Sebelius going out -- soliciting for funds that to fund Obama -- privately.
So it's just staying after thing after thing.
But -- this NSA surveillance was so important then I lists -- some things that how that Nadal Hasan half.
How the disarming of Brothers half.
How to Carlos Bledsoe black young man from Memphis Tennessee travel to Somalia and Yemen get terrorist trying to come back shoot two US soldiers.
-- -- -- Although locking the Muslim -- -- what they're doing as far as purging training materials in this country.
I don't see where this NSA surveillance is really -- -- -- -- What about the contracts because we talk about Snowden who won them the man who now admits to being the league for the NSA information.
He worked for Booz Allen -- -- digging around today Booz Allen apparently is -- fingerprints all over our government whether it's the current.
-- -- -- The one who -- the former DN INT and I he went to Booz Allen.
Booz Allen had a two million dollar contract for the governor Homeland Security 2007 it was a no bid and end up costing taxpayers 79 their own two thirds of the world whether Carlyle -- these defense contractors are all over us to spend a fortune.
And apparently -- there's not much supervision.
Well you know one thing I did after -- work as a defense contractor and I tell you we went through a lot of scrutiny.
I was just the same as any member of the united states military overseas we wore the uniform we could not care weapons.
But there are some people that are infiltrating and getting favoritism in Milan these defense contracts Booz -- -- is a huge defense contract.
But then look at just the same you -- goma sex all over the Treasury Department and our financial institutions so you know again when you talk about trusting of government.
You start to see the nepotism -- these -- to see the cronyism out there.
You start to see that Aramis I mean you can come out lied to the American people -- you can get a promotion become a national security advisor.
Or in the case of Victoria Newman who says she had nothing to do with the intelligence talking points now they're looking to make -- -- -- assistant secretary of state.
Or you look at someone like lowest -- Who you know gives her statement -- the fifth and goes away on a taxpayer funded pay vacation.
So those are the reasons why we see a distrust but -- but even more so.
I think you also have a distrust on certain media outlets that are covering in these stories and keep an American people in the.
Norm but seems an almost malignancy MM we cover story and that is it was a 2010 conference on Arizona and I'm -- security was spending all our money -- scandalized.
That -- the GSA do the same thing apparently they had learned from this Social Security.
And I get the IRS -- where -- -- four million dollars at a conference.
27 dollar million I'm 59 -- -- a couple years he got Americans who are at home.
A thousand dollars to most Americans a lot of money making different they get the roof fixed -- did the covers both of its fix our kids didn't go to the grocery store to the grocery store and and even at all that level we've got lawyers at the at the SEC who got busted for downloading porn on our dime and this -- like this is well now look now.
Just remember the new -- -- -- came out.
Where the security detail in this with the for the secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
They're talking about all the things they did it with you know certain houses of ill -- Across the country and also overseas so.
All of these things are adding up so the American people started to ask themselves.
Who's running -- DC and no one is being held responsible or accountable.
Think about the hypocrisy.
Of all of those uniformed generals lined up before the senate armed serves committee giving -- about military sexual assault.
Yet there's no one take responsibility for anything this happening in this administration.
How to turn this around the -- what she answered really if it's so I think governments are replete with promised top to bottom in terms of trust my confidence title except I think one -- first thing David Axelrod says very simply how could you expect president.
To -- everything is gone on when the government so big.
Well first of all we need to get -- the size and scope of government any imaginable form.
I think that the American people have to start paying attention to think about who they're sending up through Washington DC.
And stop voting for the American Idol title of the shiny new thing.
We have to get courage and confidence and character and commitment restore back to do to this incredible federal government.
Is it going to happen.
It's up to us this is up to us in this country like to say that when you look at that they -- -- and are talking about right now.
-- one if you flip over some of these other channels are they talking about these things.
I you know I add that item and I act into an appalling to me that the war on poverty that -- president Johnson talked about in the mid sixties we've lost the war on poverty West -- seventeen trillion dollar it would just so much worse off at this -- people -- so much worse off.
But the thing was that you created a new dependency class.
And that dependency class has become so wedded to a certain political agenda.
That they believe is the only way that they can find sustenance is that and that you -- third fourth generation welfare -- as those unattended consequences.
Is the second and third order effects that.
In the near term -- -- they sound great but in out years is terrible.
That's not that's see it thank you -- you.
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