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Mar 12, 2017 7:58am EDT
george w. bush with strong support and the proxy --m project of the evangelical committee which thought what was happening in africa was a disgrace for humidity. a lot of money was ireland, norway, canada canada and many other countries. i guess they would'v would spenn their own citizens, but the ethic in those countries was that have responsibility to the rest of the world. they are countries where people have healthcare. they have a decent standard of living and they see what's happening in africa for whatever reason and see themselves as part of a broader humanity that has responsibility to everyone. >> host: caroline is calling in from coronado colorado. t you are on booktv. >> caller: thank you for taking my call. you had somebody made a comment regarding the fact that they would rather not have private philanthropy take care of things that the government is now taking care of. i.e. taxpayers. i did mention why can't have the michael bloomberg said the world, george soros of the world totally fun something like planned parenthood which is a politically contentious situation. they
Mar 11, 2017 7:00pm EST
george soros to fund planned parenthood which is politically contentious than the could take of the care of a good portion of what planned parenthood needs never mess that he put $280 million into years ago blumberg picked up the ahold deficit when susan g. coleman group pulled out of funding planned parenthood. >> guest: i do not have a comment except planned parenthood does get a lot of private foundations -- donations. >> host: you may comment you'll think they should find government responsibilities. >> guest: and was trying to say i don't think private philanthropy can substitute for government action to cover all of the social needs that b.c.. just because it is not a comparable amount of money it is nothing like the government budget government is trillions state local and federal government trillions of dollars so somehow private philanthropy that the math does not work. that is what i was trying to say if you look at health care fall or all -- for all then there is no way that private philanthropy of any kind can begin to address that. that is in many multibillion-dollar commitm
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