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So in the next few months it feels -- -- -- solve this but we will have FAA and sequester all over again.
Would you be for any permanent fix to these things for him.
The sequester over the next decade and how do you deal with appropriations do you appropriate assuming this sequestered do you -- -- -- what what else can use them.
The president insisted on the sequestered because he didn't want to be inconvenienced.
But with a second go to the government didn't -- -- well I got -- -- it.
Now we have to sequester the sequestered him stay in place until we have cuts and reforms the policy -- -- path to balance the budget over the next ten years.
I've been very clear about.
For the last five months six months.
And and to this point president hasn't gotten serious about solving our long term -- will he -- revenue on January 1.
Now it's time to cut spending.
When it comes back to the debt ceiling.
Issue very quickly.
Would you if you've got tax reform or entitlement reform does that satisfy the -- rule.
What to look over the mixes.
Of the -- rules going to be in effect cuts -- reforms.
That are greater than the increase in the that's -- And that would continue in perpetuity even if entitlement and tax form is done he was still pursue more cuts for any subsequent increase that's what you're getting -- -- you've got to do something about.
What about the spending the driving and -- to have to increase the deficit.
Tom when it comes to immigration reform and in doing it and in the committee process.
How long -- that process realistically take and do you support doing it through regular order through smaller pieces or is a compromise proposals.
What would not made any decisions about how to consider.
Well but -- I've made it clear that the house will in fact deal with -- immigration reform measures.
Issue of our country that's a problem that's been around for some time.
People of kick this thing all over the place it's time for us to deal with the so what I've done is tried to fostering.
A spirit of our discussion bipartisanship.
We've got three -- of the members of the house who never dealt with the immigration issue so there's a big education process that -- to walk.
How long that -- want idle moment.
But bipartisan conversations are continuing Germany -- -- him begin to put some products out there that.
To facilitate more hearings and discussions.
To help remembers up to speed and American -- -- up to speed because -- literally hundreds of issues.
Involved in immigration.
-- -- -- time is not on the side you've got debt ceiling you've got appropriations all these other issues and then and then next year you know it's a reelection to go a lot of issues on our plate.
-- -- this job as a legislator.
Is like pushing an appeal -- the -- what's your notes.
The other keep your head down and stay out.
It's that's not a fast process that's what the founders gave us.
And and there's a lot of work being done on the corporation's.
On the immigration so.
Diplomats there's a lot but what are two different committees dog very good -- the house is going to again consider keystone bill.
Would you entertain any type of negotiation with the president to approve keystone couldn't -- -- ransom for keystone not to be approved.
-- You realize -- almost 200000.
Miles of pipeline that operate safely in the United States every day.
This is an important part of our energy future.
The crude oil from North Dakota southern Canada -- moving -- to -- the refineries are on the Gulf Coast.
We can do it safely and there's no reason no reason why should not be approved -- -- known -- there should be no negotiate -- -- there's not leave it.
You look at some of the other votes that the house is taking over the next a couple of months another obamacare repeal.
In the house position on this well Steelers got.
Go a lot of freshmen Democrats Republicans have never had the chance to move up.
-- -- and anxious to have a vote -- we're gonna the world can after this any tweaks any changes.
We'll make decisions.
-- -- vote on repeal will make decisions about what we do have.
And there was the high risk pool bill that come back in a similar form more conversations over the members -- -- -- Guinness -- conversation will continue.
After we -- the repeal bill.
Others -- have members feel like revenue that correction or some other work and some of the other issues -- our position we talked about a little bit earlier some of these other issues.
This is the house agenda any broader than this do you have any new proposals that you plan on putting out is what's on the table enough of them.
The president's economic policies.
Are giving them a way of our economy.
Some Republicans have a plan to get our economy going again increase people's wages give a better opportunity to job.
To do that we -- her serve broken Jackson.
We need to solve our long term spending problem.
Get serious about American energy production of the Keystone Pipeline.
Other a lot of things of that need to occur how much stuff all the red tape just coming out of Washington.
The securing the employers to death.
Tries to run a small business.
When you've got all these uncertainties out there you can understand why employers are certainly -- on their wallets.
And and until they see a brighter -- but they're gonna continue to sit on -- Walsh murder continues to this very slow economic growth.
-- -- -- Thank you for your time thank you.
So Melissa get ready for that tax reform fight they're discussing everything -- entitlement reform tax informed.
The so evident nonprofit or non partisan estimates out -- -- tax reform of the debt ceiling actually she hit some time in September or October.
If you consider all the extraordinary measures the treasury can do it's coming up and they're moving on super rich.
You got great interview by the way -- really well done really quick.
You always get a special perspective when you sit down with one of these guys because people in the audience don't -- -- -- there is a bit of time when you're sitting there getting your might sign your chit chatting.
You see them come into the room.
How you characterize his mood and sort of his demeanor and how that compared to times in the past when you've seen him give us your hands -- It always seems the same actually -- first -- he told me he's well like I guess I must say yeah this guy.
You know well he didn't like it sounds -- -- light it up don't mom didn't like it.
I'll let you know he's he's always kind of got this this -- kill always ready to crack a joke -- you -- yeah he's like that in private -- that he's a very easy going social guy.
-- kissing -- right Rick Jackson great interview thank you so much thanks a lot and I was.
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