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Halftime full -- John McCain's looking over someone to throttle he is upset and I think rightly so that the Senate's crossing journalist sandy aid bill.
That includes millions for projects that have nothing to do.
We argued sandy at all it's true we first brought this year does it last week remember setting aside money.
In this whopping sixty billion dollars -- help.
For folks who really don't need to help at least not courtesy of -- Money for new -- on one of the Smithsonian buildings in Washington DC a roof that was in bad shape how badly needed a lot of fixing long before -- You know millions -- tree -- and downs -- cities over with sandy.
Didn't even pass let alone damage that's the kind of curves McCain because.
It's taking good money and taxpayers who have to fork it over on a good ride.
Much of the rest going to federal agencies who had -- exactly what any brownie points and hurricane devastated areas and Staten Island.
You remember these guys right to helpers patting each other on the back take -- -- We are very pleased.
Under the leadership -- Jeff also FEMA is FEMA has been fantastic.
Today you hear nothing but good things about -- Everybody sort of on the table.
Maybe that's number one priority in this continues to be.
My number one priority.
-- that's what really annoys storm victims not so much that help wasn't immediately on the way that some of -- -- understand.
But that these knuckle heads were high fighting each other pulling the nation in the thinking help was already there it wasn't in the same character is getting warm body to.
I guess were -- more assaults in the hurricane wound.
Let's just say that Staten Island -- and Wall Street.
Every penny they goes to victims who need -- help and not a bunch of politicians pet projects.
Which John -- even find the words.
-- words you can use on.
John that they get into his own hands to try to help out people with a volunteer.
Project -- that has won widespread respect among everybody.
For how was issued delivered administered and Ron.
Unlike anything anyone has ever seen and I'm not gonna with John good to have you Neal thanks to have me back what do you think it's.
All this money and a lot of it not even going to.
-- and those directly affected.
I wish I -- getting into my true stand down binoculars to express to you the type -- I'd like to deal looks.
When I see.
This bill I mean I'm ripping mad and every -- founder and basically every American should be -- the mad because whoever happens to Staten Island right now.
Can happen to them.
Why in God's name do we care about Alaskan fisheries.
When you know you know -- on the ground all release sent that a guy rescue sent there has been helping people since they too would the storm.
There -- people right now in -- -- living in -- -- homes that -- mold ridden with no heat.
No electricity and not one penny yet from their insurance company but yet we need to care about a new roof on the Smithsonian I don't get -- Now -- argument for providing all these other funding initiatives is that it's the price to get the bill through would be.
The humanity of people should get the built through do we really have to coax people.
To help people who -- fellow Americans that.
Really need it right now PDF I don't pigs and we have the bank bribe them we have to stick pork -- earmarks into what bill so that people -- -- -- and -- -- away in New Jersey can get the help that they really need.
It's really sickening -- it's almost sinful -- think.
That all politicians need to get some money for their pet projects so that -- around this can get help.
You know and it bypasses the folks is meant to help even the money that does eventually get into your friends and family member you know who are in -- -- -- -- open and intent of folks you've directly been -- health.
That money will never make its way to then we'll make it's a large agencies and bureaucracies.
That never filtered down to the folks who need.
So far we have a potpourri of task forces and agencies.
That are out debt assessing the damage in trying to tell the staple of the -- -- -- running around clip yeah.
And -- run around clip wanted to have these roundtable meetings we'll politicians who -- back -- We are on the scene and I went when you see it -- that facilities what are they doing what we don't see FEMA officials we see that wraps these regular people -- trying to do -- job let people they have.
These people have people -- -- I cannot -- we don't see.
The officials we don't see the decision makers they'll hold up in a trailer over at Miller field -- some national talk making decisions on what.
Next person -- got -- point to what next task force but people aren't getting any help.
What I can tell you is.
There's one guy who I think has a good solution these New York State senator Andrew wins -- he's the co chair of Governor Cuomo speak task force.
He reached out to me today and he said John.
I need you.
And you you to find me some guys like you that are on the ground that I -- bring civilians into this task force and give us ideas of -- people need help.
And what do we do with this money when we actually get it I think senator land and.
Don't know better than guys are on the ground right you know you how how can -- channeling it through watching them through these agencies through these regional heads and then they get the Staten Island woman that -- -- -- the Jersey -- -- and pennies on the dollar by that point.
Carve off the Smithsonian roof the Alaskan fisheries plantings in Ohio.
And then the pending literally -- needed to plantings and they need them but people in Staten Island need heat.
-- right yeah they don't -- on the house and we're not getting it we need.
Guys like senator Lanza and others to recognize that a private sector that has to be part of the solution and then I think we'll get somewhere but right now I don't see -- Well good for you John thank you very much on tobacco puts his money where his -- is within hours after the storm he had -- senators up and running to help folks in his neck of the woods.
Way before seen late morning.