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-- when president Obama's former campaign advisor David Axelrod said.
You know we have -- large government part of being president is.
There's so much -- you.
That you can't know because the government so best.
So vast indeed from issues like BI arrests targeting Obama's political opponents to delaying Obama -- -- employer mandate -- 2015.
Could -- -- we're seeing a government -- has bloated to an obscenely large level and become.
Profoundly incompetent joining us to Wayne destroying Murdoch -- syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor to write that I.
I like your thesis from your piece which is maybe -- core problem of governance it's just too big to do anything well.
Even if you like the things that that Obama's trying to do right they're just not getting done for example if you love Obama can think -- what America needs we've now had this employer mandate pushed back till.
-- 2015 conveniently enough past the mid term elections yet you've got all these exchanges which are supposed to be these the sort of engine -- the system.
We have 34 states are relying on federal government helped set up these exchanges.
They still require 85% of the steps to be completed between now and October 1 I think that's highly unlikely to happen.
And the -- -- -- rate shock for people are suddenly discover what the gonna pay next year so if you're 25 year old nonsmoker California.
Your insurance now options are gonna go from -- -- about a 10220%.
You're not smoking forty year old in Virginia the cheapest plan you can buy is going to triple so this is posting the so called Affordable Care Act does -- -- -- -- You write today if you're for just for example -- middle aged nonsmoker Virginia you can buy coverage for 63 bucks a month.
Under obamacare your cheapest option a 193 -- it's gonna triple.
Triple so like what's the point of that.
I don't know what the point and what it has to subsidize people who made less healthy choices -- -- something will get subsidies for the whole lot of people are -- -- be paying more and ultimately it's gonna come out of somebody's tax or some such as to disaster.
So in your your point again is that this is inevitable it has nothing to do with.
Bad intentions -- this is just what happens when you get it's what happens it and I also think that.
Look whether you like or dislike these programs we should expect a certain basic level of -- and for example to Edwards -- thing.
Where they think -- is a hero.
Or a villain.
We should expect when -- government decides they want to bring this guy and as a fugitive that they'll get the paperwork right -- is number of people Hong Kong's Edward Joseph -- our paperwork to them said Edward James Snowden and Edward Jay Snowden.
We did not put in a passport number we did not -- -- passport so Hong Kong authorities -- we don't know what to do they call the DOJ said would you please explain what's going on.
Nobody DOJ call back off he flies to Moscow.
Again basic competence says if this is the most wanted man in America wants to whom miracle is to find around the world we get the paperwork right.
That didn't you know if I have played an editor like that I probably firearm and isn't that part of the problem is that nobody.
Ever gets fired if there -- no -- Natasha public sector job they're no repercussions for example the witness protection program includes some terrorists okay.
Who cooperate with us -- of them have vanished would know where they are.
Some of these people were on the no fly list for real for real some of the world we're on the no fly list well they change -- identities guess what they forgot to put their new names on the no fly list some of -- -- -- got an aircraft including some who had aviation training.
Bomb trading at some -- been involved bomb attacks.
Again basic competence says okay we take this guy would change them and we will add the new name to the no fly list that doesn't happen because as you say people don't do it.
-- gets fired nobody gets demoted in the -- -- anyone that is -- in the private sector that's what happened about twenty minutes -- -- be over for Iraq that's.
Faster currency and -- great to see you -- you --
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