Sunday Talks – Vice President Mike Pence -vs- Chuck Toad…

Vice President Mike Pence appears on Beat The Press with Chuck Toad to discuss current events and the administration’s first 100 days.

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52 Responses to Sunday Talks – Vice President Mike Pence -vs- Chuck Toad…

  1. Ono says:

    If Chuck was a true un-biased journalist he would open with a question like…

    Mr. Vice President “Why do you suppose the World Globalists (who pay my salary and are writing my script) are so afraid of our President and the amazing amount of work he has done?”

    That’s because Chuck is a Re-Todd

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  2. MrE says:

    Reminder of some of the history between Pres. Trump and Chuck Toad. Toad has a personal vendetta against him.

    As an aside, Pres. Trump’s third tweet is particularly interesting (these are from Jan 2015). Was he dropping a hint about running???

    Liked by 26 people

  3. deplorabledaveinsocal says:

    11:03 / 15:31
    Q Chuck Toad: “…and how are you going to pay for it?”
    I had much more typed out, but opted to remain civil…

    Liked by 7 people

    • MrE says:

      If I were VP Pence, I would have said, “Why don’t you ask Obama?” Fortunately, VP Pence is much more diplomatic than me.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Mike says:

      Allow real competition to reduce medical prices. In the rest of the world, prices are reasonable. In the US, prices and charges are fraudulent in multiple ways.

      Generic drugs that cost 10,000x more in the US. Lack of competitive choices in a rigid, backwards medical system that we can get overseas. Medical (lack of, injurious) choices dictated by govt and various sellers rather the paying customer.

      Liked by 4 people

      • yadent says:

        Here ya go——


      • wheatietoo says:

        It’s the mega-million-dollar lawsuits that make the US prices so high.

        We are all paying for those.
        Other countries don’t allow those big medical lawsuits…they have caps on the amount you can sue for.

        Liked by 4 people

        • hippielouie says:

          i’ve thought that this has been needed for a very loooong time

          Liked by 1 person

        • G. Combs says:

          Lawsuits are the real biggy in ALL businesses in the USA.

          Who ALWAYS wins in civil lawsuits? THE LAWYERS! At 1/3 of the settlement they rack up big $$$.

          Who are the lobbyists??? THE LAWYERS!

          Who are our Congress Offal? THE LAWYERS!

          See a bit of collusion there? Lawyers should be completely banned from all public offices!

          An interesting tidbit from the past saved from the Bush era when I was looking at the World Trade Organization’s Agreement on Agriculture. The draft was written by Dan Amstrutz, VP of Cargill, the grain traders. Amstrutz was later hired by Goldman Sachs when they decided to get into commodity markets and created the 2008 food crisis — How Goldman Sachs Created the Food Crisis

          Monsanto (Calgene) employee Ann Veneman lead the GATT trade delegation and is an International Food & Agricultural Trade Policy Council Member Emeritus. She also worked for Patten Bogg

          “We were among the first law firms to recognize that all three branches of government could serve as forums in which to achieve client goals, enabling us to emerge as the nation’s leading public policy law firm, and we have developed our extensive business law capabilities into the firm’s largest practice area.” (wwwDOT)

          I have fifteen pages outlining the connections between International Regulations, the World Trade Organization, Big Ag – (it is a TRADE organization), and the United States government.

          Agri business wants a vertically integrated food system and no competition. They bought the US government to help them put it in place starting with Ann Vennaman, and Dan Amstrutz. The Agreement on Ag was written under Reagan and ratified by Clinton. Now they want to finish the job…. Which they did with the help of Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) co-sponsor of Food Safety Modernization Act (2010).

          Problem – Reaction – Solution, a typical Globalist strategy found behind the crises we experience.
          The SET-UP

          Food inspections have dropped from a robust 50,000 in 1972 to about 5,000 today, meaning that U.S. food processors are inspected on average about every 10 years. The chance of a food product from overseas being inspected is infinitesimal. Most raw materials for our drugs come from foreign producers that are rarely inspected. The rate of quality-control failures found in manufacturing facilities by FDA inspectors has soared. (wwwDOT)

          The USDA has decrease the inspection of imported food from 8.0% to 0.6% WHILE IMPORTS HAVE DOUBLED SINCE THE MID NINETIES thanks to the WTO.

          This set-up the increase in food borne illness causing the ‘Problem’ blasted all over the news.

          The soution of course was more laws and regulations.

          This is the specific passage that give the WTO control over US agriculture:

          page 121

          Nothing in this Act (or an amendment made by this Act) shall be construed in a manner inconsistent with the agreement establishing the World Trade Organization or any other treaty or international agreement to which the United States is a party.

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      • trumptyear says:

        “Wherever there is price competition, quality competition tends to follow. Take corrective eye surgery. From 1999 (when eye doctors began performing Lasik in volume) through 2011, the price of conventional Lasik fell about one-quarter due to intense competition. ”

        “Eye surgeons who wanted to differentiate themselves from other surgeons, and charge more, began to provide more advanced Custom Wavefront Lasik technology…. By 2011, the average price per eye for doctors performing Custom Lasik was about what conventional Lasik had been more than a decade earlier; but the quality is far better. Occasionally an eye surgeon will offer a daily deal at half this price.”



        • Oldschool says:

          Dentistry is another example of competition. Although there are dental insurance plans, they are not as universal nor as extensive as medical insurance. Without influence of insurance companies , government or lobbyists, dental care has progressed with preventative care and costs have not increased at the pace of healthcare.


          • Plus the equipment is much better, resulting in less or no pain, supplies are better so fillings are faster, plus you can pay (with a nice discount) on your way out the door!

            Canadian prescription pharmacies also offer nice discounts to big(ger) individual customers, and they offer generics for drugs not yet supplied in the U.S.

            They also offer price-matching, which proved to be a great benefit for me recently when I found my prescription at another Canadian pharmacy at a much lower price than the first one was charging. Now the first one matches the second price and still gives me the big discount. It pays to do your research!


    • A to Chuck Todd:

      This is something America’s entrepreneurs learn in their first year out of college, Chuck…

      When you have 1,000 people who are jobless, you have no cash in the bank, and you need a new factory to employ them, only a fool would say the factory has to pay for the debt to build it before it’s built.

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  4. DeplorableHoosierFriend? says:

    Thank God for the consequences of the 2016 election delivering to American Patriots President Trump; elected to renew the American spirit. Chew on that the next time you cry about the popular vote, Toadie.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Good one!

      Did You Know?
      In 17th-century Europe, a toadeater was a showman’s assistant whose job was to make the boss look good. The toadeater would eat (or pretend to eat) what were supposed to be poisonous toads. His or her charlatan master would then “save” the toad-afflicted assistant by expelling the poison. It’s little wonder that such assistants became symbolic of extreme subservience, and that toadeater became a word for any obsequious underling. By the early 1800s, it had been shortened and altered to toady, our current term for a servile self-seeker.

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    • ilcon says:

      I contend she didn’t win the popular vote. Voter fraud is rampant in commie states and cities. The number of illegals voting is in the millions in Mexifornia alone.

      Liked by 5 people

  5. I think Chuck was demoralized. He was not as nasty and snide as usual. He tried but his heart wasn’t in it. VP Pence did a great job, no openings for Chuckie Boy to demean or denigrate the Trump Team.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. saywhat64 says:

    “Beat the Press” I love it !!

    Liked by 3 people

  7. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Good job by Pence here to Beat The Toad

    Liked by 5 people

  8. Sean Supsky says:

    If these saboteurs, the press, were not creating the divisions by lying to the American public, then this country would not be as divided as it is.

    I was hoping VP Pence would point out the press was against America and that is why it is so divided. But alas, perhaps one day that shall happen.

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  9. Carolyn says:

    VP Pence is so steady…every time I listen to him so happy he and not Flynn was selected for VP.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jerzy2GA says:

      It’s so funny how it played out. People said ” You need Flynn because Trump doesn’t know shit about world affairs” and here we are. All you need for President is someone with real world common sense and advisors that know what you don’t so you can make the decision based on the varying PoVs.

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  10. R-C says:

    Jeepers…yet another ‘explosive’ interview. Huh. So much ‘explosiveness’ going on…

    I’m reminded of the immortal words of Inigo Montoya: “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

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  11. QuestGirl says:

    Why doesn’t the MSM Toad get the fact that they are the ones incapable of “reaching out”? Could it be that those “3 million” are their only audience? They continue to gnaw from their butt hurt “popular vote” bone, like “gnats”.

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  12. visage13 says:

    Chuck lost me at Obamacare failure is debatable. Spoken like someone who never had or knows anyone who had it. I had it. it nearly broke me financially. A friend of mine still has it and is down to one choice of insurer. It is pathetic and I am beyond blessed I got a great job with great benefits and don’t have that terrible insurance anymore.

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  13. R-C says:

    Okay, I tried. I tried, and I failed. I couldn’t watch past the 1:30 mark (or so), where that nobody of an interviewer uttered the “…it seems that Washington has either moved or defeated him…” [meaning President Trump].

    My answer, were I being interviewed?

    “BWAhahahahaaaahahaaa….AAAHHHHahahahahahaaaa!…..BWAHAHAHAAAAAHAHAhahahahaahaahaa…hahaa…heh….heh… Heh. –Oh, I’m sorry, was that supposed to be a ‘serious question’?”

    (I’m sure VP Pence handled that penny-ante lightweight interviewer just fine.)


  14. mickturn says:

    Pence is too nice a guy but I would have taken UpChuck’s head and slammed it into the table!


  15. Mike diamondm says:

    Tod the chuck,needs to look at his self in a mirror! He is a plant for the Democrats! Why is he still on the air???? Nobody likes him?


  16. Mike diamondm says:

    Mike pence is a blessing!


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