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Currently are nonchalant.
Well it's really the way I was educated and I mean obviously you can read books but the -- -- news.
Information and I was going to happen in the sixties wasn't nearly as available to us now so I would learn listening to the radio and -- nineteen.
I guess so I'm listening to you.
On them and -- -- Saddam Hussein journalists and -- -- Gene -- was on WOR now.
And he was Jones a genius who was unrecognized until he -- Toy Story toward the end of his career.
He's a fascinating person listen to.
And it would no gimmicks he would sit there for 45 minutes today and come up on the subject and just talk about it no guest on -- -- -- probably because -- -- A belongs on level.
A long -- level.
He was interestingly he came on at midnight he was on NBC and a he was probably most famous for -- paranormal interest.
You levels have landed UST interviewed that author Georgia Ganske who wrote -- book and a so when nobody was paying attention and -- and -- him.
-- Guantanamo when I first came.
To an Arkansas governor wanted to to on nights there.
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-- -- -- -- Where he and Barry Farber occurred much out of Georgia could -- -- could lengthen any commercial into long long -- it it's experience evicted the late.
If your Barry -- -- that a very -- that he speaks seventeen languages none of them English.
-- -- -- coming up on a gentler -- -- governor David Paterson Harriman.
I'm -- my -- -- -- on.
A -- endorsed senator monitored on.
Yeah Andrew Cuomo most democratic candidate.
What's his deal.
Our -- down.
It's his deal he is a tremendous administrator and at Hud I think he demonstrated that and he's done it again in the attorney general's office of the state.
And one of the deals he'll have which he should cherish.
Is that he has had this entire year and the next few months to determine how it was put into administration again.
I had a lunch.
And then I had to start with -- -- All of win.
When -- -- gotten a jam.
And you're suddenly thrust into the governorship.
Before that happens -- on his suspicion.
As a -- David Martin the -- now.
Not a clue it was it was an absolute.
Shock to today.
You wanna be gone on.
I don't I don't want to be governor that moment.
Another -- that I thought about.
That type of service down the road and you know -- at that time.
Hillary Clinton was running for president and I was kind of hoping that the government would appoint needed taken place should she have been successful.
But I can't say.
You know other than the fact that.
Scenarios come up and you think about what you may have done me in an analogous situation.
Never it never occurred to me that I become.
Another project -- probably didn't occur to me.
Until six months after I was go -- well that put your finger on an event.
That precluded -- from running again moment.
I think generally speaking.
That I came into office right as a financial crisis was -- I came into office that day.
That the Treasury Department bailed out Bear Stearns and I would say it was a repetition.
Of decisions I made that I felt we're in the best interest of the state.
But -- in many respects counter intuitive to my political career which have been as an advocate I've been an advocate for education.
Health care to eradicate -- housing and substance abuse and crime.
But the reality is when you start cutting money and we cut 42 billion dollars over the last three years.
Four times as much that has ever been cut many analogous three year period in history.
You aren't gonna make any friends so when I'm really hoping is that when people look back on this period.
The great -- session.
Forward that they will recognize that I actually.
Call the legislature in a month before -- created a billion dollar cushion to our economy.
And because of that New York has never had to pass out I use we have had -- -- credit rating when not in the financial hardship -- a -- but when you are in financial difficulty you can't prove a negative another -- be worse -- I wasn't here.
But I think when the public with his second glance some years from now.
That they may see it differently but it's there -- 24 governors around the country.
That have chosen not to run for re election.
You read the papers around here you think I'm the only one who's responsible for the entire national financial crisis on in his -- to suggest that.
The Yankees tickets and Johnson also -- you know whenever whenever you do you have some kind of investigation.
And you have to clear your name.
It's hard to run for office at same time.
Plus and on Hannity -- -- -- Trump Turkish on a short while Warner.
Well -- -- -- along.
I do it now so.
When you said that earlier what to Bernard -- -- -- you serve alarm -- personal now as he hit right on the head Donald knows what it is.
But there's also all necessary I don't I don't know wanted to find -- Oh he's -- litigation against the state.
And I don't think it's gonna work out for so he's been upset about that for a while.
But if somebody you have something to do -- -- -- tradition well I think he thinks I could stop it but home current president's exit.
-- We could totally give him what he wants.
But the but the reality is that he that he misrepresented my position I -- -- -- was giving any money any of this that I would help the -- If they ever determined that there was another site that would be more.
To be more amenable.
And no one of -- talk -- giving them any money or anything like that.
But these types of situations.
When it's not an incendiary issues such as the mosque -- ground zero may happen all the time and they often involved.
Religious institutions that as -- not the issue.
Of the protection that.
A separation of church and state.
This first of all as a not for profit agency community center.
If we can help them find -- more suitable place by the way didn't he say the same thing now.
Just -- a -- now it's okay.
But I want -- yeah I disagree if you actually -- gonna talk to someone about moving why would you publicize.
Why would you try to humiliate -- by thinking that they were actually so transactional.
That after two months of a controversial situation that they would -- All out for 25% profit.
Don't I don't know we need to do.
-- thought -- -- so governor Spitzer got under -- show on CNN.
In a wholly owned by me once enough or you're a hundred and instant and it just from right inside and I.
Yeah well why is playing it is goes -- -- know that I have to take its place they're they're there he can get to show.
I have to what he's done zone.
And you're -- No because I haven't done enough.
-- -- -- of Israel months.
I can do it right away and governor archdiocesan I don't think of -- agent pentagon governor and.
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