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-- -- warn you watch it is set to give sixty billion bucks to sandy battered state so how the heck is the Smithsonian.
Getting two million of that to fix -- rules on one of its buildings.
It wasn't damaged because of sandy it was damaged before -- No wonder Americans for tax forms that it simpler.
So upset that he -- I guess it shouldn't surprise us but more to come right I suspect.
Right in -- this is why as we're talking about the fiscal -- -- you're debating what can be done.
And what is not telling you that spending needs to be on the table on that we need to cut spending as part of this deal as part of the solution.
Simply isn't serious -- hasn't seen.
As soon as there's money even the -- of money on the table you've got every agency on the board belly up to federal -- saying they need money the Smithsonian.
The FBI everyone all of a sudden has and see any storm related costs that they -- paid for by the federal government.
You know what's so weird about I was trying to think through this and Sony and -- that that everyone is gonna try to make a justification for why they need the money.
I guess and Sony gonna have an exhibit later on to talk about.
Deadliest storms to -- America and so we need to have our -- -- but.
It gets -- stretch the imagination.
And and and just.
The credibility of the -- of lawsuit and how it.
Gets money out the war -- some big some sixty billion dollars right I would imagine that's gonna get common.
What you don't even more abstract is this on an -- south the president telling us we need sixty billion dollars for a storm recovery effort.
The prom thing that he doesn't tell you about 64% of that -- billion dollars.
Is getting spent seven years from now it's things that are going to be going -- the door from 2015 to 20/20 -- now how this emergency relief effort if we're looking ten years down the road -- somehow these funds going out the door united way we look at this package it's a huge amount of money -- -- while in one year.
There's actually no -- try and offset the spending so.
If this necessary expenditure we did lawmakers were serious about reining in the size of government and saying listen we want to help out these state blue want to do it in a fiscally responsible manner.
And if we're gonna be doling out sixty billion dollars for recovery effort we to cut spending elsewhere Le dollar stimulus projects that are still getting money maybe we should cut that -- -- the people in New York in New Jersey and -- Well even leaving that it is suicide let's -- better accountability if we added the inspector general for TARP keeping track down.
Power originally meant to be a bank -- right pilot though that went into an auto rescue pilot though that went into -- solar projects -- -- -- -- is keeping track of this and any Eric gets back to this issue daddy you and I discussed it before America is a very big guards who want to help people when there were in trouble.
But we certainly don't want to see your money -- -- in the process and not getting to the very people we've reached out to.
Well -- get deeper than not right if you've got all this money firearm the federal government people are going to assume -- -- Don.
And it's going to distract from actual recovery operate that you're busy.
Throwing money out the door to the Smithsonian to folks who are claiming they need the money to -- do landscaping wherever you know.
This is an idea that we're somehow paying for what we get and we're not if we need to help people who are recovering from a disaster.
We'd be serious about doing it rather than allowing this to be a permanent slush fund which is what it's -- to do it to several government agency.
Some went over that up to ten billion it's more like eight something billion but it will grow -- sort.
Of this -- been allocated to opt for future projects soon to make -- more weather resists and our game resistance right.
I don't think so I don't see happen.
I don't see that -- Right any job that they ucits what is more weather resistant what does that mean in on -- apart the state -- could mean solar panels and other -- the state that could mean planting more trees.
But it anyway does that help the victims who have been affected his homes have been wiped away court trying to deal with the circumstances about it they now find themselves and they might be -- -- It -- Soviet tip about our government is going to stop and start spreading this magical federal -- -- around and make everything batter is going to distract from real recovery operates and we need to be very circumspect about.
We do indeed -- thank you very much timely anybody else.
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