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They tend to have more power than your elected representatives they write the regulations.
They enforce the regulations.
But they're also partisans in the sense that there -- union.
Is supportive of democratic candidates.
-- with senator Randall hall from the commonwealth of Kentucky heat was on and eight.
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Yeah videos Internet I guess I should say -- -- as President Obama.
Wraps up day visit to -- today.
We will talk about presidents be who you talk about immigration will talk about the senate race we will do so much.
We will do so much that you your head will spin quite literally -- And but let us not waste any time -- sending your head spinning.
Because you know that term paper.
And it's here which it's magnificent today it -- -- it's been it's been it's been it's been detained them at -- Really well I tell you what it's you'd have to double the FDIC you rate that -- if you could have been if I -- -- -- -- with that there I don't.
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Aren't so we heard senator Paul there talking about.
The big news today big news today.
That the games were.
The Fella that had been in sort of -- mid level budget guy for President Obama.
-- -- -- -- -- What's wrong with were -- it's just it's just gonna I think -- -- I think.
He might go I think you might be better off going with senior open and that might be better -- if you on the aspect.
Whatever you think of his last name -- -- -- speaking German sentiment here or mr.
But we're proud people.
So -- that question is.
Why is it.
That the IRS is paying setting.
Dollars in bonuses couldn't come at a better time to do well so they sent mr.
-- just to bring you speak if you don't know.
-- -- -- -- -- -- From the previous acting head of the virus took -- -- were awful from the White House.
Office of management budget and sent him over to the -- to be a chart -- there he goes to congress and testifies and says.
We got this I know that there would have been targeting of the president's political enemies see we know that there was scandal we know that there was abuse and we understand what we're working on it we're doing okay.
Then like a week later he says.
And we're going to pay seventy million dollars in bonuses to VI it's.
How could how could in terms of bone headed its.
In terms of that I mean I guess we just have to assume that there was no legal way for them to avoid paying these bonuses or otherwise why would they do it.
I'm sure that that I'm sure that there are bound by contracts but that's not even point the point is this is what this is the -- That you're -- -- with the federal with the iris with the whole the whole thing.
It's it's -- it's rained it's written before you even got there it's I mean that they'll the whole place is -- to take our money.
And to give it to people that work in the government.
And to -- or to give it to it is you know two to rig that was the marketplace to help big companies and hurt in emerging emerging companies it's if it's the whole thing and it's why.
People are so that happened so frustrated and it's -- all these Tea Party people are gathering on the mall right now.
As we speak.
Even as we speak even as we see even as we speak and that's.
One of the reasons -- that we've seen so much.
From the Tea Party.
Caucus in congress.
Senator Paul last night Mike -- going to be Europe here today do an interview.
In a few minutes.
Because there's they say it's going to be a big protest that they're gonna -- in -- apple today.
You think they can pull that off.
I don't know if it'll be feeling to see you who went on but I just drove over here who had -- there and it didn't look like there aren't too many people there.
But but we weather people -- -- not.
Could you sort of movies or not it will be as many people.
That there won't -- is as big shortage there is there was at the Brandenburg gates today for President Obama -- he's going -- he he drew 200000.
-- they were having to concerts and stop.
People always do that you always say this in the 2008 in that speech outlook it was a conscious Italy hot dogs.
Thousand -- you couldn't get have you ever had a really good hot dog bit bit.
Didn't get a lot of people turn out for a good we're good frankfurter there's something else that I think that the the Internet should know about Randall well.
And I tonight and that's what's that.
He's a terrible baseball player.
You know because I.
For the first time in my life got dragged to the congressional race on the but it it's a great thing -- It's oh look at that you'd go see -- all you insiders.
All of its energy you know there's been -- you own lives -- capital you know all you love to go to the congressional based on its back.
Popcorn incident triggered congressperson.
-- that we -- insiders and I was so.
Shocked I was stunned at how many balls Randall -- dropped.
He was left field and every -- to grant a strange place for him today and fifth at.
Well right field the they just put the blue dog in the in regular movies and nobody victory field.
But but it was amazing.
He dropped ball he kept dropping balls he kept.
He kept making bad throws and and then it in this in this is actually typical Washington.
So think back in the dug in and you know on the side you there all these Republicans that are on in the stands right.
That that -- yeah.
And -- and he gets out and they're like cheering him and he's like in their right here and he comes over they its picture taken with people.
All you would you -- slows the school where was 22 to zero.
Gave up the 82 point 220.
Twenty -- They are terrible they're terrible -- campaign this.
There -- and now you're getting you're getting too -- -- you've gone -- gone far too far and I'm dissing your -- your general and that we will stipulate for the record your general indictment of the vote.
Eggs at apple pie they probably do know that.
-- making fifty threes is it.
I turned and my tax return on time with no mistakes and I did not target anyone with my return is my -- is.
Where's my bonus appointment he wants now having met him he already knows that if you follow he -- he's well on Twitter.
You can have my column which -- -- for -- big bonus for iris undercuts Obama credibility.
You know the president and -- -- talk more about this -- Nixon.
You know the president has so far declined to grab hold.
Of this iris.
He's like it's it's over there mr.
were -- as it is so far declined to -- Number 2000 -- he was drawing 200000 people to the greater the Brandenburg Gate he the guy.
-- he had he had a pulse.
He he he knew exactly what people were thinking -- -- ahead of them on everything and it's like it's at now he's gone -- like them the -- this man to whatever the ops of the -- minute they got us know if he's he's completely off Cuba the stuff.
And I think it and it really do think this does that do that it all sort of builds and becomes a credibility time.
King king Midas I think -- -- -- put -- the king Midas.
Everything he touched by -- ultimately it was a sad story it has its -- man puts on a great muffler.
And you put on a great segment we thank you mr.
and your power companies that she likes your -- -- lecture tobacco it backwards early.
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We've got a meeting talk you about president's trip is agenda.
That and much much more a couple of your favorites -- We must build on the wealth that opens markets.
And share its benefits more equitable it.
We may no longer live in -- and fear of global annihilation.
But so long as nuclear weapons against.
We are not truly -- -- of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin -- 2008 talking about the creation of -- equitable world.
Which the fruits of capitalism our shared -- Equitably.
On the return trip to the capital of Germany talk about.
We not living in fear global annihilation anymore.
And that's good everybody likes living in fear -- and annihilation and this is power -- welcome back so the president.
Went to Berlin and there and -- -- Bill Clinton as a -- points out also.
Gave that speech.
Greenberg -- part of it in German presidents love to go to Berlin because.
There were two huge potholes speeches and given the Brandenburg -- one was JFK each letter I -- jelly -- And that's true that's what -- said that they know what it meant that it all people all Americans are the winners as long as the city was.
In the grip of the divide between.
And free west.
And then Ronald Reagan went and said the phrase that changed the world.
If you care about freedom mister -- here down this ball so President Obama did today to.
Footnote -- place in history as part of that continuing.
How did that go.
Does it matter people who know whether it matters.
Are an equally.
Thank goodness she's former senior advisor to senator Harry reaches president.
And -- just like -- -- She's Democrat -- is -- -- your friend.
Jonathan Colette yeah he's director of communications for American crossroads he is despite the color this.
Example certain members of red team.
And welcome to you.
Here is what.
US and -- vet said in -- Obama is disconnected from reality.
And that is the result of the -- this -- But complicit media and the circle of yes men and the end result is a distorted sense of reality -- we have Obama at his wacky world view.
Talking about nuclear disarmament in Berlin.
I doubt that US and see that is as much pleased with much the president does but for everybody there's sort of had scratch and light.
Nuclear disarmament dude like Vladimir Putin is dealing Bob -- Super Bowl ring and saying that we're backing candidates that -- like he's gonna be like.
-- -- -- -- This -- -- yes -- what are we talking about it.
-- -- -- that it is it is actually assisted a look -- big announcement and it sounds like it has I don't -- this speech that -- -- it was what it.
It was you know it was his smorgasbord of kind of everything that he could possibly video to your best and it -- it looks.
You can address racial and so.
Yes I think the ideals are good you know I've always wondered.
How many bombs do we actually need every bigger one on each -- probably will take care connector -- also ideally you just switch the little.
A child I think they -- -- yeah yeah.
But I -- so it you know it it would say it was a good speech it was one in which.
You know some some lofty aspiration all ideals goals in the hands but -- -- you get a big.
They're -- would be better off to -- here talking about like.
I'm going to -- the IRS or some.
Something like if you want to start about nuclear it seems like and maybe this -- just -- and I wrote a column on this sort of went so some guys don't -- it down too hard.
But the president has to deal with that urgent things that are -- and he has this shotgun this list of stuff that's going on here.
And I mean big.
There's there's the scandal stuff but then there's also budget there's also implementation of the health law there's all of these things that have to be done here credibility in and confidence and credibility administration is way down and sliding.
This is when you go over and say one day I dream of -- with a nuclear weapons and let everybody.
It actually reminds me of like President Bush in 2000 and time going out and try to talk about it former tax reform.
When Iraq was melt down is is one of those things where when one of -- doesn't belong this speech in a narrative is going on Washington DC to make sense.
Very good for European audience the problem is that it did was really anchored either in the reality of current nuclear threat.
Or what's going on Washington we're not letting Sweden.
Yeah it's been -- they would rather more pragmatic practical president was sure that.
Is -- just -- that raises the age old tradition of calling for the hit it right and the people.
It realizes that while he's over here on -- -- he has a lot of problems Palestinians that you go over there and you do to feel good speech and he did speech it.
He's going to get -- clause ending in people around the -- and say you know what that is some good calls that he has we're all in Korea so he's looking for some point which he actually gets applause.
Because he knows he -- he's touches back here on American soil is going to be anything but that with investigation had things going on.
Now this is -- and would stipulate.
This is that this is it tricky one.
When the president gets back he pretty soon -- actors going Africa.
You can argue that no president needs to go to Africa.
No one could make certain that there are no huge strategic alliances it's not like Britain or something like that but in terms of in north.
How well he's well yeah.
You don't -- go to -- you don't definitely going to back to Egypt right now this is it's happened to go to north and -- there are some serious.
Critical territory that is -- critic.
Territories but you could argue that the -- the president.
This is not a you have to go you president.
Actually go to the G-8 summit the president asked to do some stuff African trip is not -- -- to.
So want to -- to encourage of course is stipulate.
Growth of democracy human rights -- dealing with these things George W.
Bush made Africa huge focus.
In his second term dealing with aids and malaria is -- problem there but that's it that's -- numbers -- But Jonathan it's gonna cost a lot of money for the president to go to Africa.
As any points out the whole time he's been in Europe.
People have been pounding the -- about.
IRS National Security Agency all of these other things that -- -- people have been in full froth.
By the time he's back from Africa like he's got a touchdown -- for a few days and then go to after by the time he gets back from Africa and it's going to be ugly.
Yet that the timing of it is it is it didn't -- I actually think the goals of going to Africa at this moment or pretty right pretty pretty pretty square on.
President Bush with the aids -- I think we spent sixteen billion dollars it was probably.
-- -- -- we save lives with that money but it actually of America is so popular saharan Africa right now that's a place where there's enormous -- population -- these -- countries that maybe aren't so important right now -- 102030 years from now I think that the capital -- -- using.
-- -- that the timing of -- is is very very is very very suspect.
Today and had a.
I doubt that I think about it when that when I.
Me that would be cool they note Texas says okay.
-- -- testified that he blamed the lack of financial resources for training and staffing for the targeting of Tea Party groups.
Now we find out that they are about to spend seventy million dollars in bonuses on top fifty million dollars in parties -- conventions that you like to start.
Really this is -- tax dollars -- I want oppose the same question -- you guys before we take a break and and that's this.
Doesn't the president need at some point to.
Cracked down on the irony is iris -- -- like hanging fire and whatever else we talk about it seems like every few days next comes the next thing -- IRS that just makes people crazy.
Is this the time for the president to go there and start root and branch here in this place up.
Well I think I think that's what he's trying to do we recently his thirty -- review we -- -- -- it did thirty day review.
He's asked in new director who's already made some fire and he's also make some changes mean minister -- -- can be higher risk mission itself.
The are waiting for the full investigation of I -- Who I would say has completely squandered his political capital going into -- -- -- half leaks not leaks won't.
Be transparent apple released the transcripts.
That he really has -- An opportunity to be really be a leader and actually have conducted himself and in a way it wished it would -- for not partisanship.
So you know I think he the president realizes -- -- is we've seen in past times the good patience.
To be able to weather these kind of storms what he's what he's wanting to see it at the end at least thirty days in his action.
Mocked him on Twitter says it's I think referring to Chris Matthews and not share that description of Christmas you can guess what -- Said that the -- says this is the sudden ruined the Obama's speech because president could not use -- are as teleprompter.
And there were probably when the president was delivering a speech it was not.
Reaganesque work and it yes because it's it's twenty games it was.
Street -- It wasn't good okay.
This is something that you audience let's take a lesson.
An exchange in last night's debate -- -- senate race.
Well -- do need weapons where they could shoot a gun with 100 -- In under two minutes.
Congressman you know that they're Massachusetts we have a ban on assault weapons.
That was just -- -- -- the back and forth between that was Ed Markey -- congressman all third year congressman from Massachusetts.
And Gabriel Gomez was not held public office.
He's home and -- and rich -- He's -- that -- Romney.
And that is a good encapsulation.
Why Gomez is losing.
This -- the polls seem to indicate because -- marquis he's had enough time.
To let social issues which drive tradition.
-- Traditionally drives.
Massachusetts ends away from the Republican Party -- the gun controls -- bit.
-- verb Republican to win statewide and under federal election in Massachusetts requires three things have to happen simultaneously you know great candidate I think we have a great candidate.
If that weak opponent I think marquis is as we have a -- as we could feel that I mean he's been colleagues they've been in congress since it.
Since the Ford administration he he hasn't really ever shown a lot of -- with running for higher office I think he's weak.
The question is whether or not independents in Massachusetts feel like Republicans on Election Day and that's what we had a net very very special case with Scott Brown in 2010 questions whether or not.
That electorate is going to be replicated in 2000 Anand you're exactly right that's why -- he's doing everything that you can't poll the issue away from the economy in her -- -- And guns in Massachusetts they do they do not.
Who regardless of who -- -- -- -- like.
Six and this is this is proof.
-- little bit.
A trap for Republicans.
As Gomez was getting close.
He's Hispanic Republicans alike if you are Hispanic.
Republicans -- -- you these days.
And so they surged in there with a little bit support and -- the gap.
Little currency persistently elections next week -- -- for a change there.
I have seeking change happening between now and I I do think that marquee.
Did you at this point about you mean we we -- that he -- on this suffers from the -- -- -- you know he has been in Washington -- Very very long time -- that John -- Dan if and that can be a detriment but I think it at that also I think he's -- highly effective job it.
Tying -- to the Republicans Rick march up the national Republicans were largest in -- you're gonna have to but -- too extreme.
And if you want to keep the policies which you like.
You need to continue for at least that we didn't have the majority -- -- -- and that's an effect I think throughout I think that's what you see kind of carry the day so musical -- well.
Where's the New York.
All right so the last thing -- just in the little remaining time that we have.
And ask you both.
Let's take what the this craft the immigration bill.
Would decrease federal deficit -- a 197.
Billion dollars over ten years as a Congressional Budget Office.
Gang of 88 gangsters say see that's why we need this legislation.
No -- of course that they put it out though the conservative said.
Yeah but yeah but.
Did the CBO -- says that the legislature would only decrease the flow of illegal immigrants in the United States by 25%.
And we'd still be.
Three quarters of the current rate of attraction for illegal immigrants.
I saw a lot of political headlines.
Today that would like CBO bill big boon for this.
CBS were big but this legislation.
Is that true.
I think the problem with that is all lives of the physical stuff -- in fiscal house in order I think that might be true it might lower the deficit probably has good long term impact on entitlements.
I don't think that any Republican member who's kind of on the fence on this and it changes vote.
Because of fiscal issue on average more concerned about border they're far more concerned about the ethnic -- -- I think that that's where we're where I just can't imagine this swinging anybody's -- Swinging anybody who's -- The what's your take immigration legislation.
Really going to pass and if it does with them.
Well if I you know passing senate definitely -- -- -- a little bit about sixty I don't think it might be -- -- -- -- to seventy got to get him into percent.
But in the house means.
Boehner for the very first time this Allison instituted what -- -- the house certainly wants the majority and is now.
-- very first time.
On a controversial as I need to do it for any frustration he didn't do for debt ceiling just -- -- Rules only apply politicians and they need them to when you guys only believe what -- can always get for repealing health care is there's been.
I stipulate ice that you exhibit recently you guys.
Today OK couple things Internet.
Number one you know what Morris do you have any idea what Mars probably -- it is -- -- -- Centennial.
Of the 35 state my state state of West Virginia we will have special treats and for policies and festivities tomorrow.
In celebration of -- 150 years of west by project you do not.
Do not dare not miss that because it will be.
We'll have that.
We're gonna -- back -- second two more coverage of the Zimmerman trial.
But before we do.
As we like to do every -- The work from.
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The vindication of the idea of smaller government so stop the name of the casing and make the case if -- -- if conservatives do.
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