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-- -- Diggs your little more impressive than they were were we -- street level over there.
And how little balls on all I have to do now while.
Of our hearts and our other reserve last Brooke I did I think they let me go.
So do get -- failures Solana has a resume on.
Yeah someone MSNBC I'm still over there and she and we come up occasionally the morning Joseph show wanna appear in New York -- a whenever abort a lecturer author of mayor.
We don't have a book of gotten arson this year you can sort of wander off the -- -- various places as long as you come back.
Column and read some entered -- about ago from all from another Bork for I don't know the name of the book it's not important.
But -- talking about how to get America back on track and -- just.
What's necessary and there's a fundamental shift back toward a national embodiment.
Of the three primary leadership qualities.
Thus sustain all -- in human institutions -- Richard.
Personal responsibility and sacrifice.
Vendors through the resurrection of the -- of central qualities in every.
American and a rejection.
Of a pervasive editor but of entitlement.
And culture of complaint.
That's the spirit of America will once again empower its citizens.
And inspire the world -- -- Moreland.
I think that is that's incisive and it's critically important to dominance one of the issues are take up -- the book which is that we are not the people are parents work -- you talk to directors there was virtues and values.
Really represented an earlier generation the World War II generation to greatest generation of people that raised us.
And we are very self centered society to -- and there's no doubt about it.
And that's one of the reasons America's involved in this when I think is.
A very serious crisis mean many Americans now tend to agree that the country is in the state of decline.
And the real question is can we turn it around.
And I'm not sure we can.
One of the problems.
Brothers and number problems one of music the political the poisonous and toxic politics we have.
The deadlock in Warshaw Emerson College in the deadlock have never seen anything like it -- -- -- there was a mortar Gator was -- well as.
And He had to Truman Joseph McCarthy era.
I've never seen the deadlock like this but in addition to that we're really constantly -- -- cultural wars.
Which come out of I think the the 1960s.
Where you had a real cultural social moral revolution.
Where one side of the country should the other shards you know take your moral crude and you know what you can do that.
And ensure we are doing battle where we're overextended abroad we can't defend our borders we can't balance our budgets.
We can't win our wars in so all of these things -- can geely now.
And the question is can we pull out of this dive.
Here and there and -- times of all Watergate and -- to Carter Schuessel.
-- -- one -- got a feeling.
That to people in power the people in the senate on both sides of the dial.
Same with the people in congress Stamberg it'll the first is that there there was there was the ability to work to do other.
A Nazi mountain -- mineralized systems and -- what you -- now.
Right you know like Truman was.
Was very unpopular but after the war.
They suddenly woke up and said we're gonna get a brand new enemy and they got together where Vandenberg and all of them and put together -- NATO and the Marshall plan.
And then you have Eisenhower He went to talk to Sam Rayburn and Lyndon Johnson says I want this and we need guess you're country need to.
Even -- -- -- for Nixon let me tell you -- story.
When we first went in there.
In Nixon had both houses of the congress against him and I was in this congressional leadership meeting.
In Nixon went up there and said -- Listen fellow -- -- we need and they were all Democrats and we got to have an ABM system if I'm going to negotiate with the Russians you know we got ever since because they've got one.
And -- -- I'm going to need your help on this and Richard old Richard Russell the Georgia He wasn't certain at the table responded He stood up.
He should Mr.
President if you're asking me something in the name of national security was a Democrat.
I'll vote for any shutdown He didn't ask first single.
You take a look at what's going on now there's nothing like that and they're not people like.
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