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Getting lit up -- data watch exempt focusing on the lighting up instead this is the -- was in the the administration is looking.
To renounced had -- dependency by -- a cigarette ban.
On college campuses this is student loan debt is -- blowing up over bought trillion bucks right now Wayne Rogers fuming.
Overruled I guess misplaced focus here -- now.
Well when -- well I I think what's terrible about this is the government once again coercing people into doing some demented people out there are seven out over 700 universities that have already passed this voluntarily.
It's the coercing -- where the government is saying you must do this.
That bothers me -- everything can do that about cigarettes why can't they -- that about closes something else and say you know and went everybody has to Wear a coat we're gonna find you if you don't you know it's crazy.
Well you know even even if this -- worthy goal to get people don't smoke -- all that's fine mark.
I'm -- you have other fires to address US these tuitions going up a double digit rates.
You have a system that just cannot sustain itself people are getting two -- 3% raise every year college tuitions going up.
-- -- percent you to the -- have not very favorable.
The hell would dismantle key thing it address this exploding.
Intuition but they it -- it's it's got reminded healthcare thing went.
I'm not saying they -- there wasn't a worthy goal not the way they went about it.
But it was already know I'm just saying you at a more immediate fire then getting people jobs by the way -- got those people the jobs healthcare.
And it's availability would be a lot less of an issue but -- -- exists backwards.
Well I dated to -- to once again -- -- get government the details and you mentioned health -- law there is a case where if you don't comply you can be funny get another -- the government once again is coercing you to do something.
They voluntarily it's taking away your freedom and individual freedom why should the government tell me whether if for example it found on and on on a campus and let's say that the university and -- agreed to this and I think it's a good healthy thing not to smoke on the campus I walk across the street now light up and I start smoking.
What are they gonna do -- me to stop me from doing that do it's outrageous.
Well I just think -- down.
It's a matter of priorities in this stated -- -- we've got a couple of over arching ones not the least of which is is piling on debt honey we should focus sort of laser beam on that.
And and runaway costs for things like.
What's going on on health care that obviously isn't being address and resolve -- law and what isn't being addressed what these runaway tuitions.
But we get sidetracked by issues.
That are -- peripherals that maybe even take our mind all of those other issues to focus on somebody down for getting rid of kids smoking and all -- And maybe that was a -- -- -- -- Well I think if you have a government that can't -- is into everything and these bureaucrats have to have something to do.
So they make up regulations about this of that I mean -- field goal throat and look and see.
The number of executive orders that have been issued by the president.
To get around what the congress -- what he wanted to do they don't do ought to get around what the courts who've lost all of their -- proof whatsoever.
They don't currently in the of this so it just goes on and on and on they did develop a bureau -- take care of that and those people have to have something to do so they pass these outrageous regulations and things that are really stupid and they don't pay attention to the did you say.
The primary function of what they should be doing.
Well put -- and better than they -- Wayne Rogers in -- wallow in I don't know -- survives but is there.
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