#1245 - Andrew Yang

#1245 - Andrew Yang

Update: 2019-02-12358
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Andrew Yang is an American entrepreneur, the founder of Venture for America, and a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate.
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Justin Cavanagh

no one said anything about . well a huge pump . can we drain some it back to space

Mar 19th
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Justin Cavanagh

Well after pissing on the evidence. that's it a . I was wondering where the world flood come from . all major city's world wide , under water . like over the top of the buildings

Mar 19th
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John Summers

I dont care pay me. #yanggang

Mar 17th
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Michael

Nice ideas, but his numbers are made of pure imagination.

Mar 12th
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Jimmy

聚聚

Mar 7th
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Ryan Alt

Thank you, Joe Rogan, for this podcast that took this mostly unknown candidate and brought his ideas and platform to the attention of the people. I think that is really important and I hope this helps the Yang 2020 campaign!

Feb 28th
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rshackleford53

He is good at pointing out economic problems, but I do not see his solution being possible or safe.

Feb 27th
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Constituionally Conscious

this guy sounds like a good used car salesman. the y only get good one way. I want to hear about criminal reform. end the war on drugs. and give more freedoms to the people instead of nickel and diming us to death. milton Friedman probably turned in his grave when this guy associated his plan with him.

Feb 25th
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Tee Pain

excellent speaker, interesting ideas

Feb 21st
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Mike Hawk

This is nonsense, his 4 trillion dollar plan got quickly glossed over as oh actually only 1.8 and no problem to get. Says if you already get welfare or food stamps $1k a month you'll get nothing from this when those are probably the people that need a UBI in the first place. I'm very much against UBI and nothing this guy said changed that. He also complained about student loans being outrageous which people need to just be more educated on student loans and should only get a large student loan debt if you're going into a career such as pharmacy or medicine or engineering that will actually make it worth it

Feb 18th
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roms981

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Feb 18th
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Bryan Burrows

his math to get to the 1.8 TRillion is super weak. "well we will PROBABLY save some money on the prison system, and will PROBABLY save some in healthcare"... "and then we will get the rest from taxing Amazon and Facebook." ok... so when Amazon and Facebook move their headquarters out of the U.S. because their suddenly losing billions in new taxes, now where's all that cheddar coming from. 1.8 TRILLION. when your talking trillions your talking ridiculous amounts of money. 1 Trillion seconds from now is year 33,707. it's not a trivial number and I'm not trusting the, "well it'll PROBABLY come from this or that."

Feb 18th
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Tiernan Barry

Sounds like a solid guy, but some of his points are self conflicting. First he says that like 50% of US citizens can't afford an unexpected 500 dollar bill, then he later says that the US is a rich country. Does he mean that the government is rich? We know that's not true either.....

Feb 18th
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Mr. Wright

Tiernan Barry it's not self conflicting at all. the wealth trickles down to nowhere and has done so since the early 80s

Feb 24th
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devon songer

Tiernan Barry the wealth in the us and most other nations is disributed like an inverted pyramid with the richest at the top (thick part)

Feb 19th
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Cody Cook

like like like like

Feb 18th
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Brian Walker

Self driving trucks blah blah blah. Those road drivers are modern day slaves anyway. They could get a job at McDonald's and make the same. No difference if you make a slave wage or completely do away with it.

Feb 18th
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Moncsi

Brian Walker The problem is that McDonald’s is already pretty automated. I'm working there, the kiosks replace the cashier, and soon even the food assembly. The biggest problem is that not only truck drivers are in the danger zone. Almost any entry job from law to medicine, well paid office jobs going to be useless in 5 years time. And not just in the name of money, as HR has numerous problems with human workforce, micromanagement, sick pay... But try to think reverse. People will have more free time to innovate, invest in research and development, higher demand for entertainment, need for arts and interesting contents. there will be new jobs to keep an eye on the machines... We could end this modern slavery.

Feb 24th
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Chaz

Brian Walker so going from 60k a year to minimum wage. I'm sure they would all love that. Also, those jobs are already filled and will soon be automated as well. then what?

Feb 20th
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Kevin DelCol

I'm a truck driver. Not voting for Andrew Yang. What about inventing? imagination? impractical problem solving. AI will diminish the self worth and, inventive intelligence of human beings. People will get dumber and dumber in the future to the point that, AI will no longer be able to help sustain our existence and, we will die off as a species.

Feb 18th
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Kevin DelCol

MrIlikevideos24 You're a dumbass. Grab a steering wheel for 13 years to, have it ripped away from you! Fuck you too man! Break your nose..

Mar 20th
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MrIlikevideos24

Kevin DelCol wow you are slow in the head.

Mar 20th
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Tim De Brabandere

I loved this podcast. This Andrew Yang could really do some good. 🙂

Feb 17th
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Dar Fedd

I'm really disappointed with this podcast.

Feb 16th
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baut

think what you will about Yang's ideas, the JRE episode from WH is worth the vote.

Feb 16th
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David Emerson

when papers die, sawmills die, then loggers,. log truckers...on and on.

Feb 16th
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#1245 - Andrew Yang

#1245 - Andrew Yang