recap of saturday, september 26 - lithium battery management system

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recap of saturday, september 26  -  lithium battery management system
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Bulls wave Research: Bulls and bears | commercial Cavuto | Forbes on Fox | a series of amendments cashed out on Bulls and bears threaten a $856 billion surge in health program costs: We
The overall profit margin for private health care is about 3%.
The cost of this public plan should be reduced by about 10%, which is said to be to keep health insurance companies honest because they have been cheating people.
Where will this difference be made up?
This will become medical insurance. type system.
The cost of this public
Options have expanded and will eventually be spent somewhere within $2 trillion.
Mark Lamont Hill, Columbia University: we can afford it.
I'm not one of those people on the left who say the project is basically free or will make a lot of money.
It must cost a lot of money.
But it can be managed.
Some of these will be improvements in efficiency.
But if we can raise taxes a little, re-evaluate and restructure our health care sector, we can afford that reform. Gary B.
Smith, Hartman.
I don't understand that.
Look at a state like Massachusetts that is covered by all.
They have already imposed rationing.
Many professional wait times like OBGYN have doubled.
They exceeded the budget by 30%.
They have to raise taxes on alcohol, tobacco and other products.
Premiums in the state rose 30% faster than the national average.
So if these are things that happen when you create national health care, no one will want it.
Morning star Pat Dorsey
Com: My main issue in the health care debate is putting coverage first and cost savings second.
Because our current system is so untenable, it must be the opposite.
This is a trajectory that will eventually bankrupt the country.
Until we take savings seriously, connect consumers with the actual payment of insurance expenses through infringement reforms, and so on.
Nothing will change.
We must first address the fundamental structural problems of the healthcare industry.
Eric Bolling of Fox Business Network: if this public option goes through, I think we'll see that it costs far more than its estimated $856 billion price tag.
In government-run industries such as American railway companies, post offices, DMV, etc.
How many people are actually doing well and making money?
The fees paid to doctors will be reduced, so who would want to provide a wide range of services to people covered by the government? Anti-
Capitalist protest
We want this? Gary B.
Smith: This is what we want.
I still think President Obama is the worst.
The business president we used to have.
Three weeks after he took office, he said only the government had the resources to stimulate our economy.
He believes that the government can provide lessons to the private sector in terms of efficiency.
He talked about how doctors had the mentality of businessmen, or that Chrysler investors were greedy and refused to make sacrifices.
There is no real entrepreneur or businessman in his cabinet.
All scholars and politicians do not understand business and have contempt for it.
Mark Lamont Hill: you don't need President Obama to see a problem with global capitalism.
To know that the poorest people in the world are suffering, you don't need to watch a press conference.
You can look at the lack of universal health care, the lack of living wages, the labor force in sweatshops, all these problems that need to be solved.
G-these protesters
Pittsburgh does not criticize capitalism
They are criticizing unconstrained capitalism.
Tobin Smith: In terms of pure mathematics, the most successful system at present is China.
I have not seen these protesters oppose China's economic system, nor have I seen about 1 billion Chinese citizens still earn a dollar a day.
Whenever you encounter a Great Depression, capitalism will be solved.
The protesters should celebrate.
Capitalism is dying.
See what's happening here.
We have a president who wants free health care, subsidizes families and gives you cheaper cars.
This is not a free market economy.
Capitalism continues to be weakened in this country. These G-
Protesters should light fireworks.
Pat Dorsey: capitalism is the worst economic system in the world
Everything but what we tried.
Yes, it's flawed and problematic, but we haven't come up with a better way to build an economy.
You can blame a lot of people for the mistakes that led to the recession.
Keep interest rates too low for too long, too much emphasis on house ownership, etc.
But the fundamental flaw lies not in capitalism itself.
$0. 529 billion in government loans to help Gore
A company that produces hybrid cars in Finland;
Is the green agenda crazy?
Eric Bolling: it's stinking because Al Gore is behind the scenes and he's probably going to make a lot of money out of it.
Of the $0. 529 billion, $0. 17 billion is spent on a factory in Detroit, which may mean it will enter UAW.
The money was used to develop a car worth $89,000.
How many people can afford it?
You are developing investment, risk and creativity.
Most of the money will be spent in the United States.
This is a good idea.
I don't like this $90,000 car, but it's a step in the right direction. Gary B.
Smith: most people can't afford the car.
It's all part of a $80 billion green energy policy, and the government is working as hard as it was in its 1970 s.
One day, I want the government to know that it can't decide the direction of the market.
It's okay that people want a $89,000 car.
Let a company launch it without the help of the government.
Pat Dorsey: I don't see any problem with this being an expensive car.
These technologies usually start in a niche market and the final price will drop.
But I don't think public money is needed.
Toyota was able to get the Prius out, and many people bought it without a big public subsidy.
I think I hope this technology will eventually become a mass market.
This is not something we need to worry about.
Tobin Smith: The problem is we did so muchbackwards.
If, in theory, we sell these cars, we don't have enough electricity to meet the demand for electricity.
What we need to do is invest in developing our country's power grid and truly tap and adapt to the needs of green energy.
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Bulls and Bears rose 50% in 1 year | commercial Cavuto | Forbes on Fox | commercial cashin 'incavuto said the health care bill will cut health insurance benefits:
Charles Payne at WStreet
Com: I would be surprised if there were no other surprises.
What's really worrying is how we're going to pay for it, not to mention the big cut in the benefits of Medicare.
Obviously, there are a lot of older people in arms.
Congress could violate the White House agreement with pharmaceutical companies.
It's easy to crash.
Ben Stein: The president seems to be paying little attention to the truth.
President Obama said it is a lie that health care reform will not affect the deficit.
He said it was a lie that he would cut the waste in his budget line by line.
What really bothers me is Senator Baucus investigating humanity because they dare to criticize the health care bill.
This is an attack on the First Amendment, which is very, very serious.
Leigh Gallagher of Fortune: The current bill is far from the final product.
Over the next few days, they have considered only over 500 amendments.
Any employer who does not provide insurance must pay a subsidy to the government so that the government can provide insurance for the worker.
Therefore, any employer must pay more for a low-income single mother than for a potential employee with a spouse and covered by a partner's health insurance.
It can really stop companies from hiring a single low-income worker.
Adam Lazinski: all parts of this bill are not bad.
Part of it created an exchange of services for young people with high deductibles. This is smart.
Let people who don't want health insurance join the program, but they have to pay very little to get insurance.
In addition, the bill has been cut
Fees paid in exchange for preventive health care.
Don't let people out of their pockets.
The suppression factor of de-check is canceled.
We're looking at this bill. by-
Find out the best part that should be included in the final bill.
Biden: "Never thought that the stimulus plan would be so effective "; Is It?
Ben Stein: The statement by Vice President Joe Biden is interesting because the stimulus has already driven growth.
This is about half the total consumer spending.
Biden is a loyal servant, but I don't know where his data came from.
Is he loyal to the boss? Yes.
But I think the loyalty to the truth is too high.
We shouldn't spend money on projects we really don't need.
Charles Payne: getting out of the recession is part of the business cycle.
In a karate movie, Biden's move was called a drunken monkey.
He said something he shouldn't have said, but it was a compliment to the festival.
But the reality is that the government should not win the stimulus package.
If you look at the funds planned, most of them will be released shortly before the 2010 election.
Li Gallagher: rising unemployment rate
It is said that the stimulus plan does not work, but economists believe it does not weaken the impact of the recession.
Otherwise it's hard to say what will happen.
Employment and Infrastructure are starting.
But less than some people initially hoped.
Adam Lazinski: the whole project is just government spending.
You can drive along the highway and see signs that this latest building is provided by the stimulus plan.
A lithium battery company has received a lot of stimulus money and will spend money to further develop and expand the product.
Whether this stimulus spending is good or bad remains to be seen.
The house extended unemployment benefits by 13 weeks;
When will the handout end?
Charles Payne: we are becoming a land of endless alms.
Everyone feels bad for people who don't work, but we have to stop moving into a bigger welfare state.
We can't be its prey.
If you lose your job, you can't wait for the country to take care of you.
If you are not looking for a job every day, you will be sucked in.
Lee Gallagher: high unemployment is the only difference between this recession and the rest.
If we do not continue to help people get rid of poverty, it will have a more harmful effect on the economy.
The employer will increase working hours before hiring new employees.
This is a desperate moment for too many people who need this help.
Ben Stein: you can't put people out of work into poverty.
On the other hand, if people do not have unemployment insurance, they will accept a job of $9 an hour instead of asking for a job of $15 an hour.
Part of the unemployment problem is that people do not accept low-income jobs.
It extends the business cycle down.
But we should help those who are in trouble.
Adam Lashinksy: We have too many temporary programs that are alms and temporary measures because there are people in the government who are trying to think about something that might help people.
However, some financial aid programs, such as the Fed's mortgage purchase
Support securities began to withdraw gradually.
The government does know how to reduce certain projects.
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On Saturday, September 26, 2009, David Asman was with Steve Forbes, Neil Winberg, Mike ozania, Quentin Hardy, Jack Gage, evelyn Rosley, Mike myello, and Elizabeth MacDonald.
Focus: did the real crisis break out? of-
Control government spending?
Financial crisis ".
Medical "crisis ".
Global warming "crisis ".
The president has been using the word to promote the solution of the big government.
"But some people here say that there is only one American crisis that he should focus on --
Big government spending!
Steve Forbes: Well, this will definitely contribute to the big crisis of the weak dollar.
There is concern that the Federal Reserve will print out the money, which has already begun to be achieved by buying long-term government bonds.
This leads to inflation, which leads to economic weakness, and this spending frenzy before the tsunami of health insurance, Medicaid and Social Security spending-who would imagine George Bush looking like skroji.
We're going to the cliff.
Mike myello: there is a crisis.
This is not a spending crisis.
This is a crisis of priority.
One thing I can tell you, we need to spend more money right away.
You're letting people fall off the unemployment list now because unemployment benefits don't take long enough to get people to work because we don't create jobs.
We should expand unemployment benefits now.
We need some expenses.
We need to prioritize the needs of real people.
I have to disagree, Mike.
I think consumption is a big problem here.
Not only do you have a huge budget deficit right now, but you also have outstanding public debt.
Your estimate is also growing.
Trillions of dollars are added every three months to an estimated 10 years-more than $17.
Our public debt is 5 trillion, or 75% of GDP.
These problems do the most harm to consumers, taxpayers and depositors and must be re-controlled.
Projects like reforming health insurance right now, focusing on global warming and solving this problem-none of which we can do now.
Quentin Hardy: What we need to spend here is thinking about how we get such a big deficit, only 7-
10% of them are Obama.
The rest is Bush's crazy war in Iraq, the wrong financial system, and the bill on health insurance and drug spending.
Obama inherited the crisis.
He has tried his best.
If you like the comments on how to do this, on Friday, Barney Frank said he will support Ron Paul's investigation into the Fed and how they spend money.
We have to take action on that spending, but that's not what Obama is doing.
This is what happened before.
It does exceed Bush's spending.
Unfortunately, Bush did spend a lot of money and I like what Steve has always said.
The government has been spending money like drunken sailors, which is an insult to sailors.
We fell out of the mirror.
I like the president saying whether he is spending money to create or save money. 5 million jobs.
I think we have hired 25,000 government staff recently.
That's the job growth you see.
When you take into account social security and health insurance and unfunded liabilities, the ratio of debt to GDP is about 360%.
We are now in a serious danger zone.
Evelyn Rosley: I really don't think it's true (
Bush's domestic spending has doubled in the past six months).
When we see World War II, we spend a lot more on GDP than we do today.
We were in a World War.
Evelyn Rosley: At the same time, the growing deficit is a big problem, but it shouldn't be the top priority today.
I think we should look at how vulnerable the economy is today.
I don't think inflation and the growing deficit should be the primary focus.
Because if you look at the solution to this, it's to increase taxes, or cut stimulus spending, or absorb all the liquidity we don't want to do in the credit market.
On the other hand: The Senate health care bill did not cut health insurance benefits, David Asman: a shocking week in the health care debate --
The Independent Budget Office of Congress said the new Democratic bill would cut health insurance benefits.
Democratic leaders denied that.
But Liz said they should show off. In fact -
They should cut a little more!
Elizabeth McDonald: they should cut more, look at it, and even high say that because of the waste in the system, Medicare guarantees a special status as a high-risk program.
We all know.
This is a common theme.
Expanding medical insurance to include the cost of a variety of drugs is a real problem.
The Bush administration should not do so, and even the Obama administration is now sending air strikes to Miami, as we all know, you can use the sale of a wheelchair and charge the taxpayer a fee to defraud the medical insurance plan for someone who has sprained it.
It's out of control and the government is correcting it.
Steve Forbes: It's ridiculous if they know how to reduce fraud and abuse and the idea that the government can do that.
There has been so much fraud in Medicare and Medicaid that it has been 40 years.
What they really want to cut is the health insurance advantage that 9 million people have and people like it because it gives them more choices and more flexibility.
That's where they're going to cut-not the old ones, but the ones that people like.
Mike ozania: too much.
There's something from Pam here.
Steve is so gentle, David.
I said take care of the whole thing.
Get rid of medical insurance-
The grandfather who Currently got it.
Through tax credits and the elimination of Social Security taxes, elderly people are allowed to buy their own health care in the open market.
I think we need more. Medicare cuts)
Along these lines
This is $100 billion, so
Known as "by allowing competitive bidding, the time has been shortened by 10 years.
It's not coherent to call it a cut without looking at the advantages you get from it.
There is a beautiful and interesting vote this week.
Most people in the country think Republicans are not serious about health care.
They just want to gain something politically.
They also believe Democrats need to work with Republicans.
It's hard to see clearly in this environment.
People need to step back and look at the relevant facts.
Neil Winberg: we need more cuts.
I said they had acne at home.
Especially the acne of the elderly, they think that aging is the key to the socialist paradise.
They want everything.
The benefits of this medical insurance give them access to health care membership and dental programs.
We have 50 million people. there is no report.
On the other hand, Republicans just want to throw sand into the gears.
David Asman: Wait.
50 million people, including 10 million illegal immigrants, are not covered.
Neil Winberg: that's true.
We're talking about people who don't have any insurance, and those who are worried about the benefits of Medicare, and as Quentin correctly points out, the reduction of $100 billion a year is concerned about their luxury goods.
Don't listen to Grandma Neil. I love you.
You are working all your life for these benefits.
You made it.
I believe this, and the Democrats believe it.
These are not cuts.
They are savings.
We should save money, we should do that, and if it is felt in any of these services provided, then it should not --
Even if we want to spend more money
We shouldn't cut service.
If we can deliver them more effectively, then I totally agree.
Savings are not cuts.
Is tax cuts the best way to create jobs in the United States at present?
David Asman: Sarah Palin spoke this week and sent a message to President Obama.
"You have to cut taxes if you want real job growth. . .
All Americans
"Steve Forbes agrees very much.
Steve Forbes: Yes, for those of you who don't like her-look at the message and not the messenger.
This is John Kennedy and Ronald Reagan.
When you reduce tax rates and increase incentives, the economy will always recover.
More governments don't work.
Both Democrats and Republicans, more power is always effective for the American people.
Quentin Hardy: I'm sorry Steve, but character is very important to me, she changed from the largest welfare state in the United States with the highest per capita government expenditure to governor, she didn't like the job and became the most famous killer in the United States so she could spread vicious lies about the death group on Facebook.
This woman has no character.
She is not the leader.
The real leader will take the risk and she just joins the popular bromides without taking the risk of tax cuts and spending cuts.
Jack Gage: If you look at what she's talking about, as Steve said, that's the message of a full tax cut.
Let's remember how taxes are done.
Taxes are tariffs on things like job creation, savings, etc. that allow our economy to grow and try to get us out of the recession.
So now, the prescription she prescribed is actually a message to promote economic growth policy moving forward, and I have to tell you, she reminded me of a lot of other public leaders who found themselves in the woods once or twice-and Winston Churchill said taxing prosperity was like standing in a bucket, try to lift yourself up with your hands.
Evelyn Rosley: I think it's a bad suggestion.
If you think about it, the full tax cut will actually be very bad for the economy because we can't afford it.
We have just debated how the growing deficit will really hinder the recovery.
Now what we're talking about is more tax cuts, which in a sense actually hinder economic growth and the ability of our country to pay back huge deficits.
David Asman: tax cuts do not prevent growth.
They have increased their growth.
They inspire people to work harder. Don't they?
Mike Ozanaian: of course.
I will take Bill Clinton, my favorite president, for example.
In his first four years, the average unemployment rate was 5. 5 percent.
In 1997, he cut the capital gains tax from 28% to 20%.
The average unemployment rate is only 4.
5% of tax revenue and tax cuts have poured into the economy.
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Bulls and Bears | commercial Cavuto | Forbes on Fox | cash "burning" in healthcare delays the "climate" act: is it good for the economy?
Tracy Byrnes, Fox Business Network: the economy does not want to hear that we will spend more money and more money to invest in the vault.
We can't afford it.
The research on how much GDP it will eat is different, but the fact that it will eat any GDP is something we should care about.
No matter how hard it is to hit the middle class, President Obama says he will try his best to help the biggest crowd.
Senator Harry Reid said I don't want to deal with this issue, so let's deal with it.
Howard Gould, clean energy network: it will be restored.
Over the next two months, we have had the largest climate conference in history, and we need to address it.
The problem should have been solved a few years ago.
Other than during the Bush administration, the world is solving the problem, and it must have been put on hold.
So we have two months to discuss this and we will have a few years.
Jonathan Hogg of CapitalistPig Asset Management: that's where it is.
To be honest, what is the source of human wealth?
Where did wealth and productivity come from, not from a conference in Copenhagen.
It comes from the idea, the freedom, the freedom, the free market.
Both initiatives, climate change and health care reform, are trying to undermine this.
The climate initiative is a tax on productivity.
No matter what form, restrictions and deals are taken, the idea is to make it more expensive to use the Earth.
Jonas Max Ferris of MaxFunds
Com: It's a clean cost screen.
The bottom line is that I wasted money and time driving to the dump to get the garbage.
It's better to burn it in my backyard and it's better for the economy.
If everyone is burning garbage in the backyard, destroying the air, destroying the town, destroying house prices, it is not much better for the economy.
The effect you see later
In the short term, environmental policy is costly for the economy.
It's not expensive for the government because they can do it through taxes, but it makes the economy better.
To counter your point, the world has done so.
Although they grow faster, they are polluting cesspools.
It will bite them in the long run.
Jim la camp, macro portfolio consultant: Washington has put forward some stupid ideas, but this is the stupidest one.
We don't want a cleaner economy.
Of course we will.
The argument should be how we do this, and it's a stupid way to limit and trade.
These taxes will be passed on directly to consumers.
This hurts lower and middle income classes more than anyone else.
The $140 figure you put forward is the most conservative number anyone has put forward.
Almost all other studies have higher numbers, and now in the UK they pay $1,300 a year for each citizen to cope with their environmental changes.
Secondly, when taxes hit low-and middle-income people, this is a big part of their budget.
This is a devastating tax refund.
Third, it makes enterprises not competitive on a global scale.
This is the stupidest bill we have come up.
Report: workers leaving the United States;
The end of the "land of opportunity?
Jonathan Hogg: this is the greatest country in human history.
But what makes us so prosperous is not Mount Rushmore or the Grand Canyon, but our commitment to free-market capitalism.
It makes us unique, and the philosophy of the country, not their natural resources, determines their success.
So the harder the government is to hire employees, do business, impose more regulations and taxes on businesses, and of course they will go elsewhere.
Tracy Byrnes: I think I will pick up my kids and move to India this weekend because there are a lot of opportunities.
Dirty water, they will overcome.
That extra arm is fine.
This is crazy, Jonathan.
Capitalism will rule everything.
It's a bit confusing, but we have a bunch of crazy leaders making decisions that we don't want them to make, but capitalism will rule everything.
You saw anger at the tea party.
The spirit of starting a business is still here.
Brainiacs is creating the next discrimination.
Jonas Max Ferris: We don't have a friendly environment for educated entrepreneurs who want to come here.
We have an asinine project in which we are very worried about the Mexicans crossing the border and we have blocked Indians who may be working with the Valley.
America is still a zero.
If you read a successful story, 90% of the time is for American companies.
But we are no longer allowing people to come to the United States easily, and you will not have such a chance.
So you have to let go of immigration for some kind of worker.
This is the best country in the world.
We have the best infrastructure, the best way to live, and we have the best jobs.
However, their number is getting smaller and smaller.
The problem is that we are not so competitive globally.
Our corporate tax rate ranks second in the world, so many companies have moved overseas.
The Sabans act is a good example.
When we implemented the Sabans-oxsley act, the company started listing overseas.
We do not have a favorable business trend for the government.
Howard Gould: I still think we're going to see a rebound in the economy and be stimulated by cloning technology, and the same thing in the Internet is going to be here.
The best has not yet arrived.
Hollywood star bashing health insurance executives: hypocrisy?
Jim la camp: I think the "taradga Night" is interesting, but it's more interesting to watch his progress in economics.
Most of these actors do not have a college degree, and many do not have a high school degree.
They went from waiting tables to millions of dollars that people on Wall Street offered with investment dollars, investment bankers and they need to be attacked now, because this is "the greedy big man chasing the little guy ".
"It's a joke if we listen to them, or if any of them are asked to participate in anything other than their acting skills.
Howard Gould: This thing is crazy online because it's fun.
He's a comedian.
The fact that he made $20 million is irrelevant.
It's like comparing apples to oranges.
You can't blame him for what he did.
Jonas Max Ferris: you can't blame the insurance manager for being good at his job.
They joked about the mini zoo.
Many artists have small zoos.
Michael Jackson has one because he makes $20 million to $30 million a year and can do it in the entertainment industry, but not in healthcare?
If they can prove that the profits of executives have completely increased the cost of medical care, the government plans to pass it on in some way to someone they have a case.
Tracy Bynes: Video from Will Farrellyear-
The old knock-on-the-door requirement for rent also got 2 million clicks on the Internet.
People listen to what they came up.
I'm not sure if people will listen to these actors and make decisions based on what they have to say.
Jonathan Hogg: When did Farrell make money because he worked for making money.
But insurance executives do this because they are evil.
Not only is this video not fun but also well informed.
He said we need competition.
We do need competition.
That's why we need to remove the regulations on health insurance and health care.
Even now, public-choice governments account for half of all health care spending in the country.
Do you think the price of 100% can reduce the cost?
What I need to know next week is tracy Byrnes: a survey has been completed and I have to admit that I am not involved.
It shows that 8 out of 10 women have sex with their husbands so that they can do the housework at home. We lmulti-task.
"This is very meaningful to me.
She wants to do something. she knows how to do it.
That's what she did.
I bet their lawn is clean.
So man, no need for a deluxe dinner!
Jonas Max Ferris: I do all the housework for a reason!
Look, nobody likes health insurance because everyone is complaining about "potential government health care," and we just passed a bill where the House voted unanimously with the Republicans, because even if the plan is underfunded, they do not want to raise the premium for medical insurance, and they would rather pass it on to the income of the general taxpayer.
Young people like me will never get it because it will go bankrupt later.
But that will pass, and the bottom line is that it's good for the pharmaceutical industry because no one wants to reduce the consumption of hesitant care.
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Both private and public will benefit.
Jonathan Hogg: Chicago is a city on the edge because next Friday we will see if Chicago will host 2016 Olympic Games.
The mayor, even the president, has invested a lot of money in this.
Watch Hyde Park real estate.
If this happens, it will prosper.
You will want to see Google and Apple.
Disappointing sports research.
We see other leaders beginning to decline.
This may be an indicator revised in September/October.
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