Some Tough Love on the Federal Budget and (Personal) Bloat with Rep. Chip Roy and Rep. Andy Biggs
Republicans are divided over the debt ceiling deal. Reps. Chip Roy and Andy Biggs join the show, taking turns explaining why they are each a "hard no" to the deal, and discussing whether it has any hope of clearing the House with so much hostility. Plus, New York has a brand new law abolishing "weight discrimination," pushed by the "fat acceptance" movement. Charlie responds, explaining why obesity is a personal choice, why "fat shaming" is healthy, and why conservatives should feel a moral obligation to get their health in order. The response is immediate, and Charlie reads emails from both an offended fan, and another who turned his life around after being inspired by Charlie's message on health.
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