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WATCH: Lenny McAllister Talks Bullet Tax on CNBC’s “The Kudlow Report”

In Video on October 19, 2012 at 9:25 am

Catch CNBC host Larry Kudlow speak with Lenny McAllister about the proposed bullet tax in Chicago on Thursday’s edition of “The Kudlow Report”

“This is one of the most ridiculous things I have ever heard of. It’s another example of an ivory-towered, highbrow solution from detached legislators. A lot of time, what you see from people that are often removed – often times from the very far left and progressives – are approaches from legislators that are detached from problems and giving highbrow solutions to issues that need folks to roll up their sleeves in order to resolve…(And to solve these problems, you must remove the apathy)….you have apathy (in Chicago)…you have these same types of approaches (such as the proposed Bullet Tax) that are supposed to resolve the same old types of problems (e.g., gun violence) and, as a result, you get the same old results (for kids in bad neighborhoods in Chicago)…”

WASHINGTON (October 18, 2012) – Conservative political commentator and urban community advocate Lenny McAllister (The Chicago Defender contributor and author, “Spoken Thoughts of an Amalgamated Advocate in Today’s America”) talks with “The Kudlow Report” host Larry Kudlow about the proposed bullet tax that Cook County (Chicago, IL) officials are considering to address the spike in violence in the Windy City.

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