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-- creative federal government.
According to a new report it has quite the imaginations for spending your money this is a shrimp.
Exercising on a treadmill.
Market you know how much we spend on this research much 500000.
Dollars as a -- every -- -- -- very -- I got out our tapestry of that guy's in good shape and that is just one project.
By David Williams president taxpayers' protection alliance with -- -- David good morning to you -- -- -- senator Tom Coburn prevent this report right.
Yeah it's shrimp on treadmills.
We found -- he found rather that the foundation the National Science Foundation right.
Spent one point five million dollars.
To create a robot -- fold laundry in the and it just went and took the robot 45 minutes before the singled out.
Well it takes me 26 minutes to pull the single topic.
I -- I actually didn't appreciate last might mean and that not even tell by my wrinkled shirt but I did quandary and my question is the shrimp.
They have little water bottles a little towels so after they get off the tread the -- they can.
I don't like kind of what's the benefit in the end -- but here's one for 80000 dollars on a study.
On why the same teams always dominate March Madness is -- really I don't priority bill.
I think that that's -- taxpayers are frustrated that's why they're confused because you have members -- congress talking about the debt ceiling talking about spending cuts.
All these deficit commission that are coming out of left and right well guess what.
Look at one agency one point two billion dollars and at -- point seven billion that's going on spent this is this is easy this is low hanging fruit.
What you're saying it's ridiculous even if we did not have the deficit we're in right now fourteen point three truly absolutely they'll have -- been -- -- the conference -- he says he's a practicing physician.
Two time cancer survivor.
He sees the benefits of the National Science Foundation.
And the scientific research they've done but he's just pointing things that he thinks are just unnecessary why don't -- let's find the big -- let's fund the big science and not the small science and I'm really getting back to disrupt research.
But the federal government is access with -- They spent a hundred million dollars over the last decade or two or shrimp aquaculture in Arizona of all places so for some reason why this this.
To make a bigger and better -- and it's it's really corporal well offer when you get down to it because businesses benefit from that not the taxpayers.
You ever study baby names.
While National Science Foundation spent a million dollars while being a single guy you know I've ever studied baby -- heart and analysis for how quickly parents respond to trendy baby names.
David can you explain that.
It really can't I was named after King David but I don't know how to people respond to that most evident -- that -- that at.
Though the single guy I have not looked debating it my whole life so it's an issue that I don't know anything about well what what when we look at studies like these you know where we're laughing about this but I get there are a lot of people watching that segment were -- That -- now and and this is why this would happen in November happen because people are frustrated and they don't care which Republican or Democrat this wanna get these bums out and bring in a new crop and see if they can make a difference so.
This is edit -- they learned a lot with the bridge to nowhere but if you yell loud enough you can effect some change and we saw that November so.
Politicians better -- -- out and it's amazing only one member of congress doctor Coburn.
Has come out with this I would love to see other members -- congress really stick it to the National Science Foundation.
And make sure they get audited and make sure this money is spent wisely in the future David thanks for coming and -- Williams there.
From Washington they do good work you know cancer research alzheimer's research felt so good the baby names.
I I I deferred you King David thanks for coming -- okay.
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