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PBS
Feb 20, 2011 6:00pm PST
treated like this. >> and who we are and who we aspire to be. >> we honor george herbert walker bush for service to america that spanned nearly 70 years. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- tb>> "the washington post" editorial says the president's new budget kicked by hard choices down the road. "the new york times" says on paper the president's budget is encouraging. "wall street journal" editorial says the president is lying in wait to ambush republicans when they propose several spending cuts. take your pick -- pick, colby, which is a? >> of 3. they are not contradictory. he is playing rope a dope. what is taking place in congress is really the side show. the big game is going to be the entitlement fight which will come later. >> charles? >> one of the most cynical budgets in modern memory. this is a president who told "the washington post" before his inaugural that we can no longer kick the can of entitlements down the road. he explodes spending for two years under the guise of emergency spending because of the recession. now the recession is over. w
PBS
Mar 6, 2011 6:00pm PST
public and police was opposed by fdr, laguardia, and george meany -- none of them, i would say, is a republican. the reason is there is a complete imbalance when you have a public employee and a private employee. if you have a capitalist negotiating with a union, if he gives away the store he loses his shirt. you have a serious negotiation. if you've got a public union negotiating with the government, the negotiator on the other side of the table has none of his money invested, and in fact, the more lenient he is and more accommodating is to a union demand, the more likely is to be the beneficiary of the largess of the union at election time. that is why you have had these extraordinary union contracts where it is not the wages, it is the benefits. as we saw in wisconsin. they pay zero and to pensions and a quarter of what other people pay for health care. >> nina? >> a graduate of public school and the mother of a public school teacher. let me just say most public school teachers make, back -- by comparison police and firemen -- incredible little money. they do one job security. the
PBS
Mar 20, 2011 6:00pm PDT
potentially $1 billion campaign treasury, he is unbeatable. at this point in 1991, george herbert walker bush was at 89% approval and every democrat ran for the hills, and bill clinton beeat him months later. a week is a lifetime in politics and three months is an eternity. that is what republicans are getting. >> that is why it may end up as a dark horse. i think it mitch daniels will not run, certainly huckabee won't, palin won't. barbour was also a lobbyist, a tobacco lobbyist. it is not a good environment to run and if you are a former lobbyist. >> michelle bachmann was up in new hampshire over the weekend. >> don't forget, she told the people of new hampshire that it was great to be in the state that fired the first shot in concord. it was concord, massachusetts. >> thank you for setting the record straight. i thought i was misinformed. march madness. >> i pettitte with caroline and they lost -- i take north carolina and lost, and the next year they won for me. >> that is president obama on espn taken his n.c.a.a. tournament brackets. i don't want it talk about that. i want t
PBS
Dec 18, 2010 6:00pm PST
, they heard me... i had a little 'bitty keyboard, and i picked it up by ear. and my mom went, "george, your son has a little talent, there." pretty soon i started playing piano in elementary school. we couldn't afford piano lessons so i took 'em for free in the school district. and my teacher looked at me and said, "son, have you ever heard of the vibraphone?". i said, "no, is that that instrument that lionel hampton plays?", and he said, "yes!" i said, "that's the instrument i wanna play!", and he says, "we're gonna get you a vibraphone." and denver public schools bought their vibraphone. it followed me all the way through school, and that's how i started playing the instrument. [playing vibraphone] all you hear is notes! so, i actually came to sort of a reckoning in my life at a very early age. i think i was 16 or 17 years old, and it was the last time that i worked at a fast-food restaurant. and i remember on that friday before i quit, that i said that was the last time i was gonna ask anybody if they wanted fries with that coke. what do your parents say, or what did your parents s
PBS
Nov 14, 2010 6:00pm PST
deal is feasible and current economic times. >> speaking of the bush administration, george w. bush comes out of retirement with his memoir. >> we had to deal with it differently after 9/11, and the threat he represented as a sworn enemy of the united states was to give weapons of mass destruction to an enemy that had just attacked us. a lot of people were concerned about it. when we did not find weapons, i felt terrible about it and sick about it and still do. >> former president george w. bush with oprah winfrey, discussing his book, "decision points." he thinks that the world is better off without saddam hussein even though we did not find weapons of mass destruction in iraq. >> and we did not find al qaeda, either. whatever you want to say about saddam hussein, a horrible person, leader, whatever, he was a counterbalance to iran and he had not attacked us then. but there is an extraordinary thing about this book and the tony blair book. both men blamed the intelligence community for misleading them about the presence of weapons of mass destruction, and yet they say they would no
PBS
Nov 7, 2010 6:00pm PST
years. a presidential election is coming up. george bush gives the state of the union address in 2005 where he proposes a modest change in the structure to allow private accounts and he gets completely destroyed by nancy pelosi and the democrats. dead on arrival. it is a message -- don't try it, particularly with a presidential election coming up. on the subpoena power, to double things happen on election -- two things happen, election night. there were a lot of shredders going, and chuck schumer removed his shoe lace adult. he is the biggest loser of the year. >> what about governing? >> forget it over the next two years there will not be any government. they might do something with education, possibly three. -- education, possibly. >> mitch mcconnell -- did somebody put truth serum in his glenelg? he said to major garrett and he said on television -- "only one thing we're here for, to stop obama." one other point on the tax cuts. tax cuts do not pay for themselves. tax cuts do not pay for themselves. honest republicans and conservatives acknowledge this and is one testimony before c
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