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CNN
Apr 20, 2011 8:00pm EDT
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CNN
Mar 23, 2011 8:00pm EDT
intelligence director under president george w. bush. he joins us tonight from naples, florida, ambassador, welcome. >> thank you. >> look, you've heard the opening segment here. don't we need a policy clearly articulated that says our policy is regime change and then a military strategy? >> well, i think what the president is trying to do is make a distinction between the immediate short-term purpose of our military action which is humanitarian, which is protect the civilians and the longer political context, longer-term political context which is that mr. gadhafi must go and that libya deserves a political change but he is making a distinction between the short-term military action on the one hand and our overall political purpose on the other. >> but isn't there a problem here because one thing that seems to be clear from the entirety of the relationship with gadhafi and you have studied him and we'll get to that in a moment is without military pressure he's simply not going to go and i want to quote something the president said yesterday in an interview with cnn that i foun
CNN
Mar 1, 2011 8:00pm EST
to economic history. the reality is since we've been living in the world of george bush tax cuts, job growth has slowed. we have suffered, we have had depression, we have had recession, job losses across this nation, this mantra that senator and you are repeating, cut the capital gains tax and we'll get huge job growth, simply is counterfactual, it is wrong. it is wrong, and it has not been proven. most fundamentally, even conservative columnists, i'm going to talk david brooks now, one of the most respective conservative columnists the nation has written saying basic fairness is being violated. fairness is at the heart of public policy, and the social fab rib. i don't get it -- fabric. i don't get it. >> no. so we're clear low taxes do not lead to economic growth? >> not the way they're doing it. what you want is, in fact, bull simpson -- a conservative document -- wanted to eliminate the capital gains -- >> you talk about bush and suggest wisconsin is seeking to lower taxes. in the name of economic -- it is bunk. if low taxes don't lead to economic growth, why don't you tax a 9
CNN
Aug 3, 2011 8:00pm EDT
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CNN
Apr 13, 2011 8:00pm EDT
george bush sr., you know. >> i think you might because when you poll it nationally, raising taxes on the upper income polls 59% are for it. all you need is 50% plus 1. even independent, it's 60%. so it's only republicans votes he's not going to get anyway that he's going to lose on that. i'm with david on this one. what he did there was easy when you state it at the level of generality with which he did. >> i thought where he was specific was he had a tough critique against paul ryan and the republicans. and he was very specific on that. clearly had their argument. i think we heard the drum rolls of 2012 in the speech clearly. >> i agree. i think sort of the attack on the republican party and the ryan proposal which was about two-thirds of the speech was really powerful, it was done in a lawyerly way, piece by piece, persuasive, then it was only at the end when he began to put the numbers in his own plan on the piece of paper that it began to get a little tenuous and a little ragged frankly from my perspective. so you're right, he's better as a counterpuncher right now than making his af
CNN
Mar 15, 2011 8:00pm EDT
, and head injuries. just -- you saw the images george washington. been described, people being moved around in the high-impact area. those are the types of injuries that you see. with regard to the concerns about radiation, you know, i don't know that there's been any need for hospitalization for people or getting acute care for nation we've seen from the nuclear facilities. the type of radiation and the amount of radiation that we've heard from official statement while much higher than normal, still from a human health perspective, a practical perspective as that radiation were to leave those nuclear reactors and possibly have any impact on human health, tens of kilometers away, it would be small. one thing i want to showy really quick, this is a personal docimeter. something people can wear. we have one now. you wear it, it tells 2000 things. one, it tells you your overall radiation exposure since the time you've had, and second of all, it will alarm if you suddenly are in an area where there's particularly high radiati radiation. i've had this on for about 24 hours now. and
CNN
Mar 22, 2011 8:00pm EDT
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