Yes here in the morning after five and a half past 11 o'clock good morning to you five I just looked like road -- -- Yours don't look much better Bob -- joining me now. I resemble that remark made a good night last night a lot of good feedback on ballot back it was great to us see so many folks down there are we did not then the blues boulevard before but that was a really nice venue right there on the river -- -- ally great -- -- has to say hello I know that many were disappointed that the outcome -- the primary challenge to and to senator Graham that -- you know it is what it is and well we had we had an interesting night and now the cancer story certainly. Captain off -- you know there's there's gonna -- it can happen in Virginia but it can't happen here you know how it again finally I knew it was gonna get one of these and -- really got one. -- nervous yeah. -- once again. Just a few percent make the difference. Your rants against the challengers to Graham have been very effective. I heard you -- average Nancy Mays is Nancy -- two weeks ago because -- at -- time talking about -- bright she paid your station for the bad. But you decided to savage her going all on and on. About it for much of the program which is not true. All it did was discourage a few more percent Republicans. Republican voter turnout. Mace took a hit so -- bright thanks to you. The same thing happened in 2012 -- -- Romney and 2008 with McCain. Listen to any podcast to your show prior to those elections where you constantly turned on the opposition. And inadvertently. Help the Democrats when McCain was a terrible Republican choice but for a better than the incredible Obama disaster. That we had for the press pictures. Just a few -- make a difference your first -- tactics. -- conservatives terrible election results every time he Gretchen congratulations -- -- Lindsey Graham and Obama's best advocate. By pulling down a few percent of Republican voters while preaching from your lofty an untenable. Libertarian. Pedestal. The libertarian -- Yeah how do you I -- you are so much. Brush about how you're in favor about legalizing all drugs -- libertarians aren't exactly on the you. Something interest thing about financing makes commercial. I was curious because it's it's unusual course. In a primary where you have half a dozen challengers in the field to a two term incumbent United States senator this year. Political advertising money be spent not attacking. The incumbent but instead -- I think another of your opponent in the primary field right I was curious about it because. You and I both I think I think you may have talked about this on the hair had heard. All kinds of speculation. And then back channel rumor that. -- perhaps money he had flown to the Nancy -- campaign. To put her in the areas that as an Al liar. Somebody that would have been supported in fact the speculation went by and maybe. Pac money then came from the Lindsey Graham can't after variety friends of Lindsey Graham yet and try and essentially bullied off -- support from some of the others and keep somebody from getting to the point. Where Lindsay would not get the 50% plus one vote which -- care and not getting so I went back and look when they commercials started running. That it's actually bright. I was curious. -- to see what the source of the of the money was for that. And I -- who went to the sales department and and no looked good and all the the fiscal reports and turns out that the money was bought -- via advertising rather was bought by money from. The Nancy -- campaign. Itself and not from some crack now that's not to say. Of course that down the pact could not have made a contribution to the Nancy -- campaign and then she used that money for that purpose but. There was no direct connection. Is the point I'm making between any pac money and and it makes sense and actually brought. Well people I wasn't the only one suspicious about that obviously you know we're calling it. Now this person is delusional when they write all I did was discourage a few more percentage Republican voter turnout. Quite the contrary I was the one encouraging everybody to go out and vote for anybody. Right but Graham anybody -- -- -- very -- so I don't know what planet this person lives on. -- took a hit -- you know well she never showed up for most of the debates except for the last one. You know it was curiouser and I did admit they original. Meet the candidate segments right when all they've people that were primary mentally right in the senatorial race we had each one of them on. On success in Friday's everybody that was in the field. Can come on for half an hour at 5 o'clock on Friday -- and state their case why people should vote for them right so when I got in touch with the Nancy -- campaign. Her aides said so well -- can beyond her for fifteen minutes. And I'm well I'm offering new I have. Our sorry our time exactly so and -- -- always surely has fifteen minutes of material well you can try your own conclusion that I did. It did appear to me that yeah maybe there was only fifty minutes of talking points error. Big as you correctly point out -- being offered a half an hour of a free radio time. A free and essentially. Advertisement. For your campaign and yet you only wanna use fifteen minutes -- in the end. Nancy Mays was a non factor was never really a factor. Up except in that she chose to attack bright and not. Her suppose opponent Lindsey Graham and maybe there's something to be central or any effect that that might as -- had who knows who knows in the I'm looking at the raw figures it wouldn't make much difference the number of people who actually voted for Nancy yes that's most -- in Charleston anyway which is understandable. Wrestling here so I am Lindsey Graham and Obama's best friend -- good luck and yeah I was complimentary of a daily basis I it's definitely that anybody anybody. Anybody yesterday and there are a lot of them who voted for Lindsey Graham helped Barack Obama always yell. I'm just a local cultural lately we've got to the Supreme Court nominee well no kidding no kidding I suppose losing last night as we speculate would they've watered whose. For more evidence under the new and I will ever be true. He thinks that. May be eventually that is Lindsey Graham's gold he wants a lifetime appointment to US Supreme Court which would really explain. In some way -- Kagan and Sotomayor votes and his obsession with reaching across the aisle because if that were to ever happen I don't know if it'll ever happen or not. You have to be confirmed they weren't in the senate he would have. -- -- have -- advise and consent approval of the United States they're -- and say he's a good guy he voted for people who he voted for the lives are on tennis as a mortar Doug pointed out last night you know that would be a scenario that would obviously play itself out. In a more conducive fashion -- from when -- Graham if there were a Republican in the White House but. I don't think necessarily would hinge on. In on the -- I don't either look at look at how many. Agents Supreme Court will just take those payrolls up or just fine right now well hagel here's the under the bus -- I'm background and you know he got up this morning and somebody says -- -- the name -- -- bringing Elway and yeah this guy's -- -- -- these next three tossed under the -- on -- and no kidding. Are you well it was fun last night -- sleep. A little bit young went home and and I watched as you did to us on Brett honest and really you know the guy that upset Eric Cantor -- we as. As far as I'm concerned that's the story of the 2014 no action -- -- Our primary and -- historic bill yeah I mean I don't think and for what I was relieved sport has ever happened in American history a house majority leader. Defeated in a primary -- never had they lost in the general election that none and none and none of primary right and and it says a lot. And Lindsey Graham I think is gonna do pay attention of the -- it it it sells a lot. About the immigration issue. I think maybe -- earlier and also brings -- that is not all about that because the feeling in Virginia. Was -- cantor had become callous self absorbed in and you know he -- stick out his chest I'm the second and kind of had neglected the folks at home Bryant yeah. Yeah that could be an answer what the establishment and recruit -- in in Virginia there doesn't there was a lot of anger and I think one of the speculations -- -- there's more anger. In Virginia then there wasn't South Carolina. More anger yeah first Tea Party people's -- and -- -- because in all the talk going into it was about how Virginia is now purple state. And not really the red state anymore so much that was clearly out. Next thing. Bob McClain this afternoon 37 thank you sir. Well I look at my screen Sally Atwater has called in good morning miss that water. Good more talent you they're good morning and I. I am I am tired you know election night are kind of busy for folks I'm I'm sure it was a busy night for you. And so looks like it. Well -- not miss that -- I have a reputation for being -- so let me just ask you something. How in the world did you get beat by a Democrat. Did I get big -- Democrat I -- I know she really turned people. And and remember what it pretty this year you. Wanna does the low country and that may seem. All production -- yeah so I won't. Clearly the earth could remaining L they're really going to air went out statement. Yeah I'm Molly Spearman if you look into her background at all there's no doubt in my mind she is a Democrat but yet. She got the most votes in the Republican primary for state superintendent of education. Helen and -- didn't -- that and some outside there. You know and Obama are both so of course you know we let alone go vote count and we have. Got an. Yeah you had a lot of candidates running and it was it was Spearman with 22 point 43% you're close behind with only one point 91%. And Sherri if you just under 20% so you guys for the top three. You'll -- you'll face Molly Spearman and in less than two weeks now. In the -- a runoff. So. -- so I asked him straight up by Mina of course everybody thinks of of your late husband Lee Atwater. You spent some time it with the Bush Administration in Washington DC. -- you're a former special needs teacher. What do you think though about south Carolina's open primary system deal like that do you not like. Well let's just the waiting in -- I'm honestly I don't particularly like it partly from me now call the hot hot. You know that's just the -- Do you think it should be changed. I think it should be changed. I'm. Sure I wanna make at this stage in the -- -- -- we -- wait. And nobody. Be clear right here right now wanna be clear so. You don't have any problems with Democrats voting in the Republican primary especially as I just shared the numbers with you that a Democrat beats you in the Republican primary. But but I Indy Republican. -- Yes it -- they voted yesterday in the Republican and have it but yeah. -- I don't know about it happened I thought about it I would like very low turn it was that the Pope and they've got the bank. They are who -- always had people and they came out. Thank you for the. So you don't really care whether they're Democrat or Republican as long as they vote for you. Outlook for our idol. But Republicans wouldn't let me in but there's -- lack of how long unite our public and again a conservative Republican and wait -- Right. Then work to Reagan's campaign. I knew what really knew little conservative. The Republican more. Yeah I want to get -- I understand. -- -- -- so let me ask you. For the Democrats that may have crossed over and voted for you yesterday. You do want them to vote for you again. Coming up June 24. I. Mean a Democrat. I don't think for me yeah. You'll concede you'll concede. That probably some Democrats crossed over and vote for voted for. Well -- -- I thought our you know I could do it won't back. -- Many analysts believe it's an absolute embarrassment to have an open primary in the state of South Carolina. Don't make any sense why -- why would you want her enemy voting in -- primary but. -- but it's been -- -- three -- them and it's not like. Reasons why it should be changed but it view and I both know. In this -- probably never will be gentle. -- which I think speaks volumes about the true nature of the Republican Party but then that's just me. Let me ask you a couple of basics here. RA Iran. Sex education in the classroom as you know we have a senator appear might -- Who had some issues because. He says it really doesn't make sense what do you teach something that's medically accurate. Greenville county school district says they're already doing that. There was a big push for the bill to to make sure that if you're gonna teach kids about this and it's medically accurate. What what your position on sex education end. At a public classroom. Well I am flat out. Right we want tag it and they are I won't look and the other thing I'm really young and black -- in flattening what does that mean. Well we have certain health standards set up over this -- -- -- and all that well I'm gonna. Didn't like -- So yeah there are different options where to go and not attending class. Understand but you do think then it is appropriate. Support for kids for kids to be taught about sex education in a public classroom you you do think that's appropriate. That is that -- all options that are. Nobody I mean you are masking your personal opinion do you think that is -- yeah I'm. Chair. Right -- worried about it right. Right as a mother. Do you think it's appropriate. I don't know my I don't know I thought at that -- went Perot you know. Was it at the end up with -- -- respect is that what are your boarding make. That's not when a man I miss. Of course impressing you're you're running for superintendent of education that I would -- I I I I do. I mean why are spread. Out. OK so as as a teacher. Are you saying you think it's appropriate. To teach kids about cents. What -- a crack at this school -- -- the help that they encounter forms and we will put the air. It can get from. We've gotten that we've gotten that. And I'm asking your opinion. Your personal conviction. You're core conviction ms. Atwater. If you think that's appropriate or not it's not hard question. Well I believe there -- at age old old what's your church late try it out -- -- girls about. Right which I think -- what I think is -- are underway let me ask you about that do you think it's proper to teach kids abstinence in a public classroom. And that didn't -- Public classroom. I think that's what -- methods that ball control don't she. Absolutely works every -- stride. -- it will last in that I got to go what that this controversy that was raised in the debate with all you are who were running. And I and I'd I've read a couple of quotes but I want you to explain to us. As far as where we came from evolution. Merchant vs creationism. What's appropriate for the classroom what's not appropriate. I'm yeah I'm gonna get that's what acts. I think there are. What are -- stand. -- well I science. Standards yes that's what would need to get a little. All I know that I just wonder is specifically you know what they work since you wanna be superintendent of education. -- a -- yeah I did not gonna go in the bargain then yeah why don't. Okay thank you does that what are good look. What are you look at it. Was I was -- -- them. What are what are you when they're you're just you got your face in your hands what what -- because this was a brutal was -- -- I -- thug. Considering what you can do I thought it was very very nice in and I thought I just -- there are you did and she just avoided every single question and it's just. My head is in my hand because I actually had an opportunity. And she missed the opportunity by. Jumping around all the questions are refusing to answer them what to expect when called the show. Probably. Probably one of those safe hi how -- your interviews which is not me. On folks I don't wanna be brutal I don't wanna be me and I just wanna be realistic. What you just heard. Is an example of a person running for public office -- name recognition only who is clueless. Eleven to four. Right here are your thoughts -- reactions. And opinions. -- is that water I say hold -- your convictions all the routes you're clueless. You're absolutely no business running for anything do the honorable thing drop out of the race because. It's quite obvious that you run around questions you can answer truthfully that is. You're that are kind of political pot of politician America needs to get rid itself all. -- -- that water sounded like a Democrat. Ross clueless. Is kind. All the best junior friendly Jeff who were stuck in California listening to was on month Russia were brutal. And water sounded like an on educating clown. While Ross that was flipping pathetic anyone who voted for that person. Should have their -- -- revoked. Thank you -- for exposing the truth that was embarrassing for -- for good reason exposure often equals the embarrassment. -- -- waters a wimp so we have a whipping politician any Democrat in a runoff for state superintendent of education good grief rust pitiful. That's Enron off congratulations South Carolina Ross the -- what are interview was painful to listen to she's as Smart as Iraq Keith incidents -- Russia makes me so bad I could buy an H one even email into. -- I say give the job she sounded like a true politician. -- superintendent of education my vote on school. -- yes what we just heard was a candidate without a clue thanks. Ross that was great. Another typical politician who won't answer a straight forward question. I figure did a great job with that interview -- that interview was bizarre how connect what I believe she's qualified for office showed no idea what was going on. So there you go. You know my head's gonna hurt the rest of the day after that I'm sorry -- on cell phone hi David. And math say yeah that sums it all up -- I mean you're right if you -- every chance. I don't know when these people are gonna call but I'm always prepared I didn't think I ask -- really. Question. I don't know you very appropriate very you know you work yes for years you were very calm. And then and now I'll reserve unit for -- that -- Al. Al. I guess I should say brutal you can be but that's OK I mean that's you get to the bottom of the issues so I don't have a problem with. But but that really is unbelievable -- broke what I want to ask your question about that Graham saying what. What happens if and then and now in November. If we go invoked for all of our other candidates eight and do not. Philly and a -- for Graham's yeah slot as contemporaries yes skip that breaks and -- an -- -- other -- what happens. Well obviously is not camera in that race or is it out and I think a lot of people maybe. Here's where I think you're coming from here's where I think a lot of people are they can't vote for Graham and they'll never vote for a Democrat they're not interested in third party. It'll it well I I guess that I get to depend on new guys come in America if if there is a third party or. Cheering you were saying earlier is -- libertarian director Karl. They pick out earth KO CHE are the he will be on the ballot we will and may be lurking out there. -- -- -- -- -- I got to go David thank you 1131 -- -- be right back. In alliance -- united and work -- for a long time rarely I don't think I've ever seen the response over. One site. Who it was it that's how was that you can just every really really really. You know well I'm not a genius as we know from listening to go for the player Omar -- It was that event. Well. You're thinking about how about a little bit. I mean what I could have definitely -- done well. Believe it or not at times I do practice restraint but. I guess that's what separates me from him in there are talk show host in this market who were only interested in defending a party. I am interested in defending the troops. I think the truth will set us free maybe someday. Those other guys additional hope for I'm OK and let me get Roy in here from Spartanburg so Rory. What did you think torture. Rick first of all. Thanks so much forever live -- or -- and -- -- now I didn't. I I understand them I'm going to -- Greg Egypt target interview -- I thought you you're great job you were not terrorists. You're very kind pure and I'm I'm not Bayern -- -- ebitda urge you. Talked to people before you can major -- very clear that I if you are more than content through. Yes that water are afraid there yesterday I don't know I don't my children younger player. I'd vote for shared view because I think it your idea she knew where she steered quite sure Europe. Still there and know that Israel and all of the -- experiment. I -- without water. I know what -- -- and we're actually were good Democrat render certain public in my dialogue. Could write your correct yes. And so I know very little bowed out water that got need to know much about reverend Peter you sorry intercourse -- you know you -- movement here. Right and so word I would probably. Probably going -- without water right after this interview. This this lady here herself cheapened yourself no papers ship larger question. -- I thought it was pathetic. Just my opinion. I got Sharon thank you so much. Yeah. You know hindsight is there's one actually -- it fascinating now. -- what you just heard was Sally Atwater. Who was within. A few. Votes. Of time tie in or getting more votes than the Democrat Molly Spearman and lurking right there appoint -- -- two points behind both of those. Was a real fighter -- if you. And she's not going to be a bureau. -- Why have we learned from all this Ross. Doesn't -- superintendent of education determined the standards. Have water just lost any chance you get my vote. Russ at water equals OMG. -- we writing in -- few I guess. -- we are really screwed if now these are the only two choices we have for secretary of superintendent of education. -- As a retired teacher I am not very happy. With is that waters answers to you she seemed to be to be a Mitt -- The term I haven't heard -- to. On nit wit. You're you're you're laughing at earth nit -- -- -- on this that song from the office stuck my head. At. Rust there is no way in blame global what was that I would vote for Atwater rush. To. -- people vote for that woman. Reason we're near the bottom and education -- Or rushes for this horse is that Weller. Wow wow -- one hand. They come -- what a waste of time. Port of ending the problem. Listen -- don't -- should call. She did and I also bad the season mice that's an isolating and yeah yeah and they. -- in the -- if you're running for superintendent of education statewide office and basically people only know you from your late husband. But now you've made it to a runoff. On June 4. When you call into a talk show. It in you know. A political atmosphere. Why do you expect. But it can't. You know this was our best people a lot tougher questions that I -- current. A -- of people in tears afterwards but you know yes I made people cry yes -- I have never made somebody corps did you didn't feel but I did. -- 1140 let's talk to Johnny -- -- hi John. Let them know us you know it shame we're good candidates. Are people who think their candidate Israel infer. Well the golf is physical rep -- and Guido will have very cute. Candidate that I consider. Gender and equality. Those state. But they -- out there that. There are those who actually that we aren't good today is not official yet. That's right it's recertified atmospheric. Good to -- -- Buddha and Judah yet come in Malaysia denim cap. They're -- under some irregularity. At that they -- -- bush can do right now listen they -- this problem -- today and Connolly yeah. Problems you do it. That the machine that Turkey Israel voted no mention neck that I don't want you know he's they've put to work -- trouble. But none of them syndrome went to work until it they pick one combined event that and it I come home. -- in front of their were banging doubled. And down on the panel clinical and -- -- -- long run and and I got where they are very proud they got out. They're like over. Again amount to a degree that it. Now what I went to in my precinct yesterday after I got off the -- and I walked -- people -- were really nice with the -- manager pulled me aside he said now. This machine that I've got John we've been having problems whether -- And you say go ahead and if you have any kind of issues whatsoever just called me over and I'll take you to a different machine. Now. I went through and I didn't have any problems whatsoever. But we have reports as you know if you listened people being given the wrong ballot yesterday I'll tell you something that happened last night John. We were down at the ballot -- and Dave Warner. He he was taking calls because he consults a lot of political clients any got a call. From -- and six mile. And they've turned me I didn't ask but eternity -- he said all we're having a chronic problems and he said that there -- -- I think you said five. Machines. In the small town of six mile -- were not working at all. I mean I. Think it how many voting machines that they actually have a six month. Well -- want to understand is stabilized there it is 4000 of them machine that we're not working properly. It -- -- people don't trust these machines I get calls all the time every election. Well I'm glad you don't mind that I wish they go -- the chance -- they had less problems. It should headset -- all of our literature. But -- this -- It probably won't vote at all and I don't know -- Dick Durbin seven to -- -- Our John thank you so much got a break 1143 will be right back. -- -- -- -- -- All right and I text for a little while ago said marijuana was already illegal in South Carolina. And I Samuels image documentation will sure -- the person texts back and said. Gave me the resource South Carolina radio network will South Carolina legalized medical marijuana it already did -- And then I got there's -- you ask you shall receive medical marijuana is legal statute 44 desperate these three -- 650 South Carolina go to malls. Care to announce that okay. Here's just for the South Carolina radio network out today will South Carolina legalize medical marijuana it already did. With all the national hype over medical and now recreational marijuana legalization. Some south Carolinians began pondering whether or not the palmetto state should legalize. The federally illegal drug but that conversation is a little late by more than thirty years. In 1980. The South Carolina legislature and legislature passed -- South Carolina controlled substances. Therapeutic. Research act. It was signed by then governor Dick Riley a Democrat -- the act needed funding and the legislature never sent money it's way essentially killing the act. Through financial. Nullification. But now. There's talk of reviving. That lol. On Thursday throngs of media gathered. At the legislative workshop for the media in Columbia they -- Charleston city paper reporter Corey hutchins asked the question to a small lawmaker to handle. It has been on the lips of many people in every state that is in Colorado. Will South Carolina legalize recreational marijuana. Colorado allowed citizens to begin making recreational marijuana purchases January 1 and in a state with such libertarian leanings. But still strong religious values. As hutchings put it. What is happening here. They on the panel -- directly answer but to lawmakers made light of the situation. Representative Leon stammering -- this Democrat Charles and were studying the issue privately off. Representative Jim Merrill Republican Daniel island. Leon and Leoni split a doobie on the way down here. It deserves in the all joking aside represented Gilda Cobb -- Democrat orange urged -- favour of decriminalizing. Marijuana but represented admiral Smith. -- Republicans -- -- called the idea tall order. House Minority Leader Todd Rutherford Deborah Columbia wasn't on the panel but weighed in on the topic from the sidelines. He proposed legislation in 2013. That would fall under the act that was passed in 1980. And then he renewed effort to -- H one intense study by the south Carolina department of health and environmental control. Found the bill would -- about 30000. People to the tune of more than 450000. Dollars. According to Rutherford. Said he was unsure how -- Got those numbers. But the bill warranted more study it's time he said we can fix the bill allow doctors to prescribe marijuana in this state. That is grown by farmers. In this state. He closed his comments by saying. He's never Limbaugh I did the illegal drug but he shared an anecdotal story of a woman finding out that she had cancer while pregnant. And -- marijuana helped her during chemotherapy. Treatments. Aren't so that's -- stories sales. Let's talk to our friend Ted and Richard good to you last night. I didn't feel like I say about last night it. No I know it you know that -- story you do yeah. That's speaks volumes were voting record in South Carolina. Committed at this stage don't that we got holy god then there -- laid out what it must -- or Portugal all them. Could she could -- Sometimes it's tough for me because I'm on this side of the radio speaker -- on the other side of the speaker. Did it sound as bad as Alonso says it's I don't. Yep I couldn't believe -- I could I would just like I think I would I would just -- if they get -- All we aren't -- Or imminently lady that you and I love them both of us voted for Sherri if you can't beat that. You gotta be kidding me I got a question number posed this question to the audience out there listening. Come up with a good reason why should go back to the polls please. I'm dead serious talk about what -- Here's a no no no no here's a pat answer that the Republicans are gonna try to push. Because we can't let the Democrats win -- You have to I mean I mean I mean we're doing last night he's a full -- Democrat. -- -- so -- that the Democrats didn't vote in the open primary which -- -- -- -- -- -- I really think group and -- who wouldn't US money for the Pope primary. And I Christmas or dad and she don't care. Well she didn't she is actually the party bloody act and. A blanket approach but I had both so I'm sorry -- were doing their bad -- this crap. Another man I'm sickened -- aren't aren't that our -- our education system of garbage -- you know the education lottery I came here from Florida seventeen years ago that educational -- were down they're not ordered but not -- don't have to be good to where we -- didn't work at all it's the same thing would be with the administrative officers and how much they -- the target all the -- -- as far as -- as far as -- officers from the school -- -- -- -- -- Our agenda got to leave it there as a Clark's got a scan to see again last night 1153. You're listening to the Ross castle show. This jump over to agree here and talked to Mickey -- Mickey. You're excited as -- I'm doing okay a little tired this and that we've not made what I waiting for me when I get off cleared today. Yeah I oil. Of course are relevant not but why don't read my true although I don't copilot truck -- not what I -- to -- -- -- that's what I want. But a condition like all -- -- I would. And what you -- I don't know relationship but it didn't talk about it are out there are a lot but I didn't -- and how well -- -- Well I particularly like the part when she said what are you and your press me. All. I I I mean I miss. I guess these folks. Especially the ones with the with the famous last names I. I guess they just think that they're always gonna get a patsy interviewing them. And -- patsy is out there I'm just not one of those guys. That's the -- yeah. So named you couldn't strike the actual program. Well no I think should be more that I mean she's she's more than willing to let people know she's a man water. But I did trusting Molly Spearman the Democrat who shall face in the run -- coming up on June 24 was quoted as saying. Oh yes Sally is a really nice woman we just love each other -- -- get along enough and that was quoted saying that she. The first thing she's gonna do is reach out to all the other candidates. Because she's learned so much from them. Typical politician. While I'm out there. Education. It's our children. Last call of the day goes to all Dustin -- I got a minute -- Thanks for us for several decades ago in Israel and privatized almost 90% of the government functions. A lot of doesn't seem to have any trouble telling us whether there was a winner or not within an hour after they have gone true. Millions of tickets. By chance he would be voting system be turned over to the Lotto. It would be ever so much more efficient at doing it and it would probably not subject quite so much. They see it you're onto something here I see my plan. Is that -- the Lotto and voting together in other words if you go and vote that you automatically get a Lotto ticket. -- chance to win what do you think that would do for turning out. -- everybody would be there. Well I know actually does something similar to that I have Arabic. I gotta go August thank you so much what are the -- of boats and have a chance to win a million dollars and get people -- our folks tomorrow to Limbaugh snack.