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CSPAN
Jun 2, 2017 8:00pm EDT
. george will came and speak spoke to the group. there is a feeling of being special as a member of congress when you are constantly given special privileges. >> host: you don't hold back in his book. i read it last week and you use tough language to describe the men and women you serve. you write, i quote, members of congress are for the most part happy alligators woo feel pretty darned comfortable in the swamp of washington. tell me what you mean. >> guest: i don't know they are alligators. what i do mean is they are swamp creatures. when you arrive in d.c., and you have the surroundings that i have described earlier, you get very comfortable and don't want to give up the comforts and the way to continue to earn those comforts is to spend more money and to grow government and to not solve problems but to create programs and take credit for those programs whether they are efficient and effective. many of the members of congress are here, it is the best job they have ever had and the highest paying job they have had. it is a job they don't want to give up. so their re-election is mo
CSPAN
Apr 23, 2017 9:00pm EDT
was in the national archives after hours. it was opened up for this party, george will came and spoke to the group. there's definitely a feeling of being special as a member of congress, when you're constantly given special privileges. >> host: you don't hold back in this book. read last week and you use some m pretty tough language to describe the men and women whiff whom you serve. transcript, you write, members of congress or for the post part fat and happy alligators who feel pretty darn comfortable in the swamp of washington. tell me what you mean sunny don't mean they alligators. mean they're swamp creatures, that when you arrive and d.c. and hey of the surroundings that i described earlier you get very comfortable comfortable in that situation and don't want to give up the considers and the way to earn those comforts iss' spend more money and grow government and to not solve problems but to create programs and take credit for those programs, whether they're efficient, whether they're effective to take credit for those programs. so, of many of the members of congress are h
CSPAN
Jun 2, 2017 11:58pm EDT
opened up. george will came and spoke to the group. there is definitely a feeling of being special as a member of congress when you are constantly given special privileges. >> host: you don't hold back in his vote. you used tough language to describe the men and women who serve. for instance writing. nicole: members of congress are for the most part happy allocators who feel. darned comfortable in a swamp of washington. >> what i mean is there our swamp creatures. when you rely in d.c. and have the surroundings that i described earlier they are comfortable in that situation and you don't want to take up those comforts and the way you continue to earn those comforts us to spend more money and to grow government and could not solve problems but to create programs and take credit for those programs whether they are inefficient and whether they are affected to take credit for those programs. members of congress are here. it's the best job they have ever had in the highest paying job they have ever had and it's a job that they don't want to give up. they are election is more important t
CSPAN
Apr 30, 2017 12:00pm EDT
was opened up for this party george will came and there's definitely a feeling of being special as a member of congress when you're constantly given special privileges. >> host: you don't hold back in this book. i read it last book and you use pretty tough language with men and women who you served. trips, you write, members of congress are more the most part fat and happy alligators who feel pretty darn happy in the swamp of washington. tell me what you mean? >> guest: well, i don't mean that they're alligators, what i do mean is they are swamp creatures. when you arrive in dc and you have the surroundings that i've described earlier, you're comfortable in that situation and you don't want to give up those comforts in the way to continue to earn those comforts is to spend more money and to grow government and to not solve problems but to create programs and take credit for those programs, take credit for those programs, and so many of the members of congress are here, it's the best job they've ever had, the highest-paying job they've ever had and it's the job that they don't want to
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