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It's about -- on another side from the on governor.
All of the five state of Montana democratic dad who.
Not only balances budget and as a very nice surplus -- -- Proof that the parties continue to do stuff when it comes to best price much -- joining right now.
Governor wrote it it -- if you had applied.
In Washington or could apply and wants to what you -- in your state.
What would it -- Well first you have to challenge every expense -- you have to be realistic in what your expenditures are.
And -- just because it's been spent in the last budget doesn't mean -- been -- the next budget you know every small business and large business in America.
Every year they look at how much it costs to make or deliver or -- -- good and they say well you know with technology maybe we can do it for less money next year which would be more.
-- -- But in in Washington in -- government.
You can't challenge any expenses because somebody starts -- Now right away you're gonna say won't that mean you know state employees -- government employees are gonna -- sure sort of the big pharmaceutical.
So does the medical industrial complex so does the military industrial complex.
If you're going to be realistic you have to say well.
Where we are spending the money I mean anybody who's running a business you would say where we spending the money and any of these members of congress or anybody who's -- Ameren around a sale.
We need to see how much money we're spending on national parks -- this that something else they're not talk about the big picture.
If you look at where the federal government spends -- money it's been -- just few places Social Security.
Medicare military and interest on the debt that's 85%.
So the other 15% we'll talk about it later but until you're realistic -- you talk about.
The military industrial complex the medical industrial complex.
Retirement age and benefits.
You can then then you're just.
Remove and into the future saying it's going to be worse tomorrow unless we win the lottery so.
Brian Schweitzer would look first at the spending.
Before looking at raising more revenue.
Well we have to look at some revenue but in the case in the state of Montana I've cut more taxes than any governor in the history of Montana and I've run the largest budget surpluses don't understand uncertain -- -- and DO well when their daily and I got to what -- -- acceptability.
We have to do both.
-- but until until you're willing to -- talk about all of the entitlements.
For the pharmaceutical industry for the medical device industry for four military industrial complex.
55 cents out of every dollar spent worldwide on the military is spent by the United States.
How does that make any sense that we could drop to 45% still have a military that would be six or seven times larger than any adversary in the on the planet.
We we we are so big that the only way we can get the conflict is to have a scrimmage -- themselves.
Our government thank you very much -- see -- again governor Brian Schweitzer.
How the governor's mansion in the middle.
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