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We told you about the backlash over the New York City -- blume -- new attempt to ban.
Not just tax -- banned large size sugary drinks not everybody is opposed to what he's doing can you guess who said this I'm quoting again.
This time that Bloomberg has wisely chosen to circumvent a messy process that could be derailed by lobbyist and special interest.
He's long led the way when it comes to public health officer.
That comes from none other than it still a Democrat strategist dog show -- dog.
-- is Terry is if you're welcome now well okay you think this is a good thing make -- case.
The case is simple it's based on fiscally conservative principles.
Public health cost of obesity related expenses four billion in New York City 2.5 billion from.
Medicaid bottom line -- this measure does is say you can't by the Lloyd's 321 ounce bottles.
Containers you -- to buy 216 ounce containers you can do it nobody saying you can't drink sugar it calls attention to a serious public health.
Counterargument the premise you're story is wrong in that sugary drinks -- a tiny tiny fraction of the obesity problem.
At number two you bringing in the power of big government to tell us what size of the food or drink portions we can have.
A number three it is unconstitutional because that is not a written legitimate restraint on trade -- On the second point it's absolutely clear that we are doing our best to bring big government in.
To hold down the cost of -- scorched that is the equivalent of tobacco I think sugar is the new nicotine and bottom line I'm not sure it's unconscious -- man that's -- no I don't think so Stuart.
They're more deaths related to.
-- obesity and sugar related causes than -- -- the tobacco and that's a fact full disclosure Mayor Bloomberg is a political -- article he is a political Clinton might he didn't ask you to do this I did.
This on my own by -- I think he's right on trans fat tobacco and on this spam.
Let me just ask -- President Clinton year old body President Clinton is doing with regard to president Obama's reelection campaign.
He came out long after.
Democrats were chastised for standing up for Bain Capital and Mitt Romney's experience -- -- capital.
And defended mayor defended governor Romney and his experience with Bain Capital what's up -- that well I think that president.
Clinton sent a message on Friday we got to work together to solve our fiscal problems.
We didn't slower than Obama sent a message to the people that were that were praising Bain that that's not.
Kosher -- -- those in question is whose side is Bill Clinton on when he's made it very clear he's endorsed Obama he's made it clear that Romney would be a disaster for America and is defending -- help president Obama's reelection.
I think that defending rational economic policies is good for America and hence is good for the country and good for -- -- is Mike I don't believe that demonizing Bain Capital Stewart.
It's good for Obama or America he's making a political calculation.
He's being -- critical of President Obama by being vaguely supportive of Mitt Romney.
With a view to 2016.
All to getting his wife has in the vice presidential selection this year I think he's been consistent with the world view.
We work together to do and 95 and 96 when we get a balanced budget with Newt Gingrich those -- the kind of policies -- what does any of this have anything to do with getting Hillary Clinton elected others vice president repressive.
I think it.
In this sense that the Clinton brand stands for conciliation.
Yes in the specifics that yes bank is here in this specific sense.
Obama is being backed by Bill Clinton he made a full throated endorsement after he clarified his comments.
On Bain Capital I expect I was trying to find much an answer to my question that I I've heard a word yes that there -- -- and in the yes is to the brand not to.
The election issue particularly with this here.
Straining to scrape away everything but I AM clarifying.
Clarify my -- has to do -- clarify my wife still.
Still not -- ultimate defensive I've ever seen home now and I'm going along time that was very defensive I don't think that Clinton -- and you money.
No he hasn't all -- And in fact there just -- full disclosure.
I've worked for the last five or six years.
To raise money for his foundation because I'm so committed to the work he's doing around the world and I think the Clinton Global Initiative guess I'll -- -- man that's just last month.
Let's not -- me -- raising money for.
And I think the work gets done has been hugely important.
If you really wish I was -- the stuff you -- -- please systemic side of the -- discussed instill a Democrat by through.