? stuart: socialism. socialism and the progressives of the democratic left are defining themselves essentially as socials. the new yorks times op-ed page this week ran an article by some professor praising carl marks. carl marks was right and that's where the progressives had ended up and hillary i think is speaking the truth. i'm a capitalist. i don't belong in this party. stuart: [laughter] very interesting interpretation, dan. i think you're absolutely right. we'll be talking about this a lot. stuart: yes, we are. dan henninger you're all right we'll see you next thursday, if not before. >> you never know. stuart: thank you, sir. two black men arrested for sitting in that philadelphia starbucks now as you know they've settled with the city for $1 each and they received a pledge from city officials to setup a $200,000 program for young entrepreneurs. now, separately, the men reached a settlement with starbucks but the amount has not been revealed got it. real quick, some big names you know and see what they're doing on the street we have fit bit, down nearly 10% they gave a weak forecast. you do that your stock goes down profit up at kraft heinz let's see if it's bucking the down trend it is on
roads never actually get fixed. >>stuart: but carl, isn't this a plus the republicans because if people go to the polls to vote on this gas tax ballot initiative, and they pull the lever to say yes, repeal it, doesn't that bring in republican voters or turn people towards the republican party? >> well i think there's two things. first it does drive turnout of people who are opposed to taxes both republicans, independents and maybe some fiscally conservative democrats, but second of all, our polling shows that in candidate races where one candidate supports the repeal, the other candidate opposes a repeal, the toss-up voters break in favor of the candidate who supports the repeal, and that's nothing i actually am quite happy with that, because shouldn't we punish politicians who raise our taxes so i see this as a two-fer you get the repeal the gas tax and car tax and you also get to punish politicians in sacramento who have been too extreme. >>stuart: do you happen to have any polls about the gas tax repeal? i simply can't imagine anybody saying oh, no i want to keep the gas tax.
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