virginia said, can we take this bold idea and actually turn it into legislation. >> jon: you were on the gang of six, as well. >> i was. >> jon: the gang of six, simpson bowles sounds like a british wedding announcement. that's not going to be. but gang of six, this is serious business. now people are going to get hurt. [laughter] what happens then? >> first the tattoos. [laughter] >> jon: terrible. a few secret handshakes. then we sat down for about five, six months and worked it through. how do we turn this idea into a law? it wasn't easy. but we did it. and unfortunately we did it too late. if there's anything, any fault that we'd have with our effort, we should have done this weeks before so we were players in this last conversation. but here's what was interesting. we held a meeting about three weeks ago, invited 70 members of congress who had expressed an interest in this to come around and let us tell you what we've decided. 49 showed up. equally invited. then we said, all right, let's take the next step. are you ready to sign on the line here, put your name next to this thing
better than that neighborhood. [laughter] every day is trash day when you live in west virginia. - shit! you all right? - "yeah. no, i'm fine. "i actually saw a chiropractor, "and he said this is really good for me. then again, they're not real doctors."
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