Battle Over Budget Cuts Continues on Capitol Hill
FNC’s Martha MacCallum on the GOP’s efforts to reach a budget deal.
- Duration 7:48
- Date Mar 12, 2013
FNC’s Martha MacCallum on the GOP’s efforts to reach a budget deal.
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And you know Egypt's government is so questionable -- -- -- their human rights record and what's happening to Christians in Egypt and all of is that you know sort of complexity is that the Arab Spring brought into that whole area.
And it raises a lot of questions though I mean we have a long history of course of giving money to countries that are questionable.
And we do it for very strategic reasons whether or not it's working for a -- market is is the big question.
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All what do you think would happen if we just cut everybody off.
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I think that people don't really absorb the extent to which -- giving this money away and then they you know are hearing about things like the sequestered all the things that are being canceled and the TSA letting you know.
Guns and knives go through the checkpoints and you know the seven billion dollars that we spend on that organization.
I mean I think and you know I think Paul Ryan is raising this question in his editorial velocity journal this morning.
That we do need to have a better understanding across the board of how this money's being spent and I think the more people learn about it the more outrage frankly they become.
And the less confidence they have in was gone -- on capitol.
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When there was all this hubbub over the Sheryl Sandberg buck front -- how women you know still have difficulty getting ahead and of course just embers have very successful and I think of people like KT McFarland I think of Condoleezza Rice to think of you know -- Angela Merkel and Margaret Thatcher and and I think that the barriers to successor are largely.
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And three administrations.
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We unfortunately with so many matters in the budget we give money to them because we always have because our tradition is to continue to add to that money a little bit every year.
And not to ask questions and and I think that you know.
The if you actually started to impose you know going across the board and -- if Chris Christie -- New Jersey when he started out.
Instead of me saying -- -- this is the money that you get near budget for this -- you know instead you proved to me from from zero dollars.
Exactly what you need and let's start from his point zero and work our way up to the dire figure that -- -- now.
I mean why that's so why that why SS so difficult -- set a concept that that you know is impossible to implement in this country.
You know we're worried we're going down -- hall unless we can figure out a better way to do things and now that's what RI is talking about today -- -- to feel like the president's coming to the table on some sort of tax reform in a way of looking at the budget.
With you know the scalpel that the president said he would take to all these agencies across the board.
And it's simply has not happened so -- -- on another topic earlier Catholic I am not -- All excited about two listener programs you know I think that -- -- incredible.
Potential moment for the Catholic Church.
And -- I don't get tired of the you know hearing all of the bashing of the Catholic Church -- as an organization that is universal.
And in being universal.
It has flaws but it does a tremendous amount of good all around the world from.
And refuses to -- -- to hand over to -- Li I -- yeah.
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Instances that happened they have also happened in many organizations an education and other entities around the world.
I think in some -- -- those numbers there's amount of drugs I agree with you and there are flawed and a classic outfitters spectrum.
I I agree and believe me nobody does nobody now and I I mean nobody.
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The priests who have carried out these heinous.
Acts against children -- however -- world however let's remember.
That there's a tremendous amount of dead and there are so many good priests out there that to a wonderful.
A wonderful -- -- you know why that Catholic Church is all across this country have 345 masses every Sunday are allowed and they don't Latin.
-- -- trouble -- fit but I you know what I'm happy -- chance to talk about because I I get tired of hearing.
Everybody go back to sort of the same examples and it isn't easy way to sort of right off the church.
And is a lot more complicated -- that you have some under -- -- Well I'd love cardinal Dolan now I mean he's an amazing that a person -- -- for that and he can just you can have to take -- -- -- on -- -- -- and on the way -- complaint.
I think it's unlikely but I think so many people be so happy to see menaced by he has a lot of John Paul the second holidays in terms of reaching out to people understands the importance of reaching out.
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