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Democrats in congress may be using sweltering temperatures as an excuse to push through climate legislation.
Michael Wright and from our Reagan dot com is -- with the mall.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- my right this heat wave that we are experiencing in some -- United States and in Russia.
It is this being used as an excuse to bring back global warming and -- climate bill.
-- -- -- -- Hopefully is on his way out and I think there's there's people who Washington.
Crew -- that there could be a dynamic change you what's gonna happen in November.
That you're gonna have another party take back the congress -- back to -- -- -- doing everything they can't.
Try to get everything in place -- or November and she usually you live like this.
Two in fact now.
Put -- a climate bill energy policy if you will that will just do nothing but cause industry to stop it will not increase anything at all.
It won't do anything about the temperature.
Here in the United States -- -- looking at some -- orange you're California.
Here Osama this year -- like 1930 -- 19331951.
And and and the other using this Heatley who by the -- California right now six degrees.
Under what is -- in the state of California.
-- -- should they do not use it title well it's still an old.
As a reason not to do anything.
But Michael I don't understand.
What looked at any kind of climate bill is gonna raise the cost of energy that's what it's gonna be all about why would that be considered a political winner.
Why would you want to get batted in before the November elections.
Because it is the people that they're they're it's all about climate change is so bill if we -- -- -- still going to be better off.
And they told that they care about poor people that -- actually plunged to the reality of the used to cost goes up -- open up.
Two people all over the United States of America in the country under energy bills just like who.
What they're trying to in the gulf and pretty much say they'll keep water drilling to what happens they put the people less structure of the business.
They put they end up taking a catastrophic situation.
And just bring doubling it it'll make it actually -- -- -- business and industry.
In the city in the -- one tackles that interval.
I have to ask you about the great debate over the weekend Treasury Secretary Geithner has said we really have to raise taxes on the rich.
-- -- -- to -- that that is the exact opposite of your father is essentially your father's legacy.
I -- -- look at how do you feel honestly about that not policy wise I feel personally.
Well I think -- first Soviet like last week.
-- United States that bill but Reagan building it in in Washington DC -- -- the symbolism there's about the Reagan would have accepted it.
But you go back -- hardly.
It lowered taxes -- toward twenties.
John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson 1960 -- Lower taxes could get the economy will be low -- -- -- -- taxes the economy will.
It is the Tunisian people after they won't know we can spend our way into prosperity we just -- United States where the spend spend spend spend.
We have never been able to spend our way into prosperity and if you took all the rich People's Court and -- took their return to rich people and yet.
You wouldn't do any any.
The what is going on in Washington -- to lower the deficit one point four billion dollars and growing.
Every single day and -- blaming the rich people and the bush tax cuts -- -- outrage.
-- -- Michael Reagan we hear you thanks so much for joining us Michael a pleasure I guess -- you're up.
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