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Kathleen behind -- podium the newly sworn in health and human services secretary Kathleen Sebelius taking the lead on Swine Flu.
But isn't in power structure making formal one power struggle.
Donald -- telling me it's -- There's always a power struggle when you mention politics or when you -- businesses you know probably better than I mean spears so many different I just -- the governor -- saying about how he doesn't want stimulus and everybody -- -- -- -- -- and you know different points of view but there's always power struggles.
Now how do you resolve them and as you as a manager.
How do you police and that is why many many days in my all -- -- and join around a campfire and get past who doesn't want -- You know it can be it can be messy.
Well some can't be resolved and some -- and you get around to DC but there.
Relationships you look at Israel with various countries over there and -- -- those problems ever be resolved a lot of people say they.
Are not resolve -- and sometimes they are so you gotta get him around a table and there really knock heads and see what happens.
How do you think this whole Swine Flu thing is being handled it and and sort of administrative -- dealt with.
Well I think it's fine it's the flu.
It's the flu you know years -- that this Swine Flu and this and that but.
The -- we have had epidemics we have had to lose we have had everything for a million years I mean since.
Man kind and we've got the -- It's going to be handled it's gonna come it's going to be bad and maybe it'll be worse than the normal flu seasons and it's gonna go away I think it's being handled fine I think that the words are right.
But you know you're letting people in from countries that have bigger doses of it and everybody's coming into the country and that the Mexicans aren't stopped and nobody stopped and I'm not saying they should based apps it's called the blue have you got the -- many times -- problem.
-- all and I you know you're a lifelong New York do you remember the last time we dealt with -- senate.
And a big way in 1976.
And the -- at the time is you know -- was that we overreact and we got to hysterical.
And we we push vaccines on people that killed a lot of people paralyzed a lot of people do we risk doing the same now.
I -- you do and I think the vaccines can be very dangerous and obviously you know a lot of people are talking about that vaccines to children with respect autism and every report comes out like.
You know that doesn't happen but.
Lot of people feel that the vaccines -- what causes autism in children and you know you have a lot of problems that they you know this is the -- And it's a bad flu season perhaps although it has even started yet but it's a bad flu season perhaps and maybe it won't -- but I do think we shouldn't be overreacting.
So of one of your kids who say you know I'm feeling a little sick and I need to take the day up from school.
You're not allowed him.
Well I'd let them absolutely they're not feeling well I would certainly -- -- but I don't think got injected with all sorts of vaccines that.
Really nobody even right now knows if it works with respect to what they're what they're looking at right now new.
Let me ask you about this whole flyover thing in New York the other day what did you make.
Well I was rather amazing because the play and I actually -- -- from my office and it was a strange -- because you know this is a big serious plane I believe it's a 747400.
And that is a big soccer and to see that flying so close to the buildings and it's it was a rather -- what does that -- includes -- When I was in midtown but it was very obvious that if this was a little bit different than what I can think is that from a business standpoint.
To start the engine of course you probably 25000 dollars.
Flying it were a matter of minutes course you literally hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Now with what they -- do with computers where they take a picture of beautiful picture of the plane and they superimpose that on a beautiful picture of new York and it cost you about three dollars.
I don't know what they're -- about that in.
Well good as they could tell the difference they can't tell that -- Right right this was over 300000 dollars -- Well I've got you here.
Arlen Specter and we're gonna get into this in Pennsylvania governor Rendell in the second but -- switching some nights.
Well aren't a great friend of mine for a long time he's a great great senator he's been he tends to be a little bit more liberal in terms of the the Republicans and you might have had a tough race and he didn't want to see is great legacy go down the tubes by.
Somebody else and he became a Democrat and I think probably is going to be very hard to beat now.
Or it is you know.
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