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For lose change under the -- discussions wants He -- is now looking to raise cash.
I kid you not by selling things like -- houses airstrips.
The wants to mind -- now be the national Stuckey is monument now ticket even an island that used to do animal disease research is up for grabs us on Hannity.
This is your moment.
But why stop -- -- -- dot com says that the White House is worth around 250 million bucks to sell it.
How about the Washington monument -- said it's a fixer upper after the earthquake.
But at least worth a couple of millions it's kind of tight quarters up in the very to be Yellowstone park.
That's gotta be worth a lot of -- may be thrown some incentives like I don't know -- Public all -- -- -- the Lincoln Memorial for free Larry when it says He wants to be needs to do stuff like this.
Man oh man which is spent period the bestselling author joining us right now Larry here we go again.
On I don't -- that any of these are our are not than I did that mean we there's a lot we can leverage off here in our country.
But we're not addressing underlying spending that's prompted -- garage -- Well you're absolutely right I'm all for people at a garage sale I've talked individuals and families all the time.
It's a great get rid of the stuff you don't need you don't want done years to -- think I -- don't think it's gonna make any long term deference and your problem.
And that that's the problem with this idea -- get rid of all that stuff that's fine nobody's gonna argument that that's why this idea has bipartisan result.
Support -- but there are only two ways Nielsen have more money only to nobody's ever figured out any other way.
You either spend less or you are -- more.
Earning -- hard if your family you've got to get extra income by somebody taken another job.
If your business you got to sell more if your government you got a tax more.
Those things are hard but spending -- -- -- that's amazing everybody can spend less and you can do that immediately we can all do that right.
Now you know this gets back on united set about before I -- -- -- you know morally opposed to higher taxes abuse and always talk about taxes.
I am opposed to talking about raising taxes -- -- a charging more for product in this case the United States government.
If we have -- first made that underlying product competitive lean mean at all.
Then if you -- that.
And you've addressed all Leo overspending and ways -- on.
And and and do there -- some compelling case is to be need to charging more for that product because it is indeed worth the extra -- Sign me up I'm okay with I don't think we're at that point and out of -- -- rich -- anywhere between.
You don't want to add revenue to assist in that intrinsically.
Is looking like alignment.
You're absolutely right and I think that's basically where most Americans are regardless of what they say.
I don't think that they are morally opposed to paying more.
They are however fundamentally opposed on every every level.
To paying more for something that is so broken and our government is so broke it.
It is messed up in every way we are squandering money at every turn we have so much waste and corruption and all those other things.
That until we fix those things I think people are where they are now by saying they're gonna be to the point.
Don't ask me for any more money and to you fix what's so messed up.
I think that's where we are and that's where we probably should be until it gets fixed.
-- in the memorandum garage sales Larry went great see you again.
Thank you very much.