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We're had a shot of senator John Brian -- -- -- just before her once in a commercial -- -- and Aaron and capital.
Looks like a presidential portrait while he pitches that is square jawed and some individual lone run up boy now with the good welcome to them as -- programs out goes -- -- -- and in my zone play and good morning -- -- -- today.
While on -- thumb side had to wait until those commercials to open.
We -- got to pay the bills and -- -- -- all right I understand that I'm still trying to.
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Well I think it's going to be a disaster and.
It's gonna take a little while for people to to figure out exactly how that's going to impact them -- I can tell you one thing I think people who assume that -- premiums are gonna go down are gonna be very surprised when their premiums continue to go up.
And I think a lot of people are going to be surprised when they start getting tax increases.
With this bill too but probably the thing that worries me the most about this Imus is the fact that it's gonna pile.
Trillions of dollars of additional that.
On future generations we cannot pay for this.
And I think we're gonna have a this is going to be something we're going to be dealing with for a long time it's another entitlement program which is on top of entitlement programs that are already going bankrupt.
Well the good -- elements of the bill going to affect.
Almost immediately and the the one you're talking about public.
Most of them don't go in to effect control.
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Well I think that's by design to the presence can go out sell the parts of this bill that everybody is for covering preexisting conditions allowing kids to stay on.
Their parents' plans and Hillary's point six some of the things that people are not gonna like her it's gonna take laughable to take effect so.
That's absolutely right and and I but I think when -- When chickens come home -- roots are going to be a lot of grief with this bill and the impacts -- -- going to be that it's going to have.
Not just in the near term but for -- for generations to come.
The president went on and on reminder of bumped lovable slightly.
On presidential -- the first -- and it was a -- -- run around screaming on Wallace not -- -- I thought it was and but actually -- and doesn't.
I think that what what what what I would characterize that your other -- there's a lot of probably a little bit -- -- hyperbole being used to describe the the impacts of this.
But it's clear to me that this sets our country on -- track.
That continues to snowball toward more and more death and and that really worries me I think that our country right now with these unfunded liabilities social security and Medicare.
Is on a pathway to bankrupt so -- bankruptcy -- we change our ways.
This certainly makes that much worse in so.
Is -- Armageddon now people are going to see probably tomorrow that this -- start falling but I think they're going to feel.
The impacts of this as I said before not only in the near term but for a long time to come.
And in those impacts are not going to be good for this country I think this is a this is a runaway train it's more spending it's more borrowing it's more taxing.
It's more control in Washington DC by the federal government.
As I think that's why there was such -- you know grassroots opposition to this across the country.
But I just -- I was honored John Thune of South Dakota -- -- -- -- damaged.
Launch monitor -- they aren't all lot of Republicans are relying.
On December in a dramatic effect as you just mentioned all on the elections in November do it and and you think that's the case.
I think there will be.
A lot of people who are going to look at this -- -- -- with its passage.
And say this is the federal government again growing and expanding at a time when you've got an economy in recession you're running trillion dollar deficits as far as the eye can see.
And even though they may not feel the immediate impacts of this in the sense that some of these tax increases don't take effect right away.
I think what the one thing they're going to see is insurance premiums are going to keep going up.
And that is an impact that they I think they thought when Health Care Reform passes and -- -- -- my posture would now.
This bill doesn't address the underlying drivers of health care cost.
What it does do I think is it it expands coverage it doesn't reform.
Health care in this country as a consequence of that I think most Americans are gonna see their premiums continue to go up.
Plus they're gonna see the government taking more and more control of their lives and I do think that's going to be a big factor in November elect.
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