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My next guest is known for its strong anti tax positions he's now waiting into the immigration debate is well.
Here to talk about whether immigration reform is our program.
As well as the president's latest -- that to the economy is Grover Norquist is president of Americans for Tax Reform author of the taxpayer protection pledge -- great -- Hey look good are they with let's start with first your reaction to a president and I I'm not sure that that is the right word but let's use that for.
For convenience at least the president's a -- now away from scrambles away from foreign policy failures.
And into the issue at least in speeches have jobs and the economy.
What luck this is another one of these message I care every once in awhile after ignoring the economy.
He comes back and gives a speech saying he cares and he wants to do something about it.
But he might as well just repeat the speech he gave the last twelve times he wants to raise taxes and spend more money.
Every time he talks about the economy he wants to raise taxes and spend more of other people's money through the government.
This gets a little tiresome it hasn't worked for four years.
And we're going to take up that issue later in the broadcast.
-- With my congressman who wants the federal government to step and do you think that that is going to be the direction which we go with these.
That some -- as large as Detroit.
None larger that we're aware of when they do go bankrupt.
Because they surely well.
The House of Representatives in the senate are not going to allow the president to throw.
American taxpayer money.
At Detroit or other failed cities Detroit has had decades of warnings they were spending too much.
Regulating too much driving people out of this city governing poorly they didn't care they thought they'd be bailed out they've got other people would pay.
For their mistakes in the answer is no.
Enough cities and many states have begun to turn themselves around on unfunded.
Pension liabilities and civil service costs.
You know Utah and Wisconsin in New Jersey and Louisiana those states are not -- -- their taxpayers.
To pay for cities and states that didn't do anything to take care of themselves not happening.
Are and --
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