DOMENECH: You're missing the point. It's not about the size of it. It's the principle of the thing. The idea that maybe there are some things that government shouldn't do and that these are some of those things.
HANNITY: Did you -- you are a lawyer. Have you read the Constitution?
HOLDER: Of course.
HANNITY: Why are you so willing to just dismiss hundreds of millions of dollars in waste, fraud and abuse that -- we really have to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on promoting caviar produced in Idaho? Can't the people that make the caviar in Idaho promote their own caviar?
HOLDER: I'll tell you what is waste, the private donors who are giving money to the Heritage Foundation and some chick is writing about a picture book, a picture book, to be mad about this.
HANNITY: Why should the government pay for a study to determine that kids gain pounds in college? What benefit is that to the average person?
HOLDER: Because it goes to social science behavior and we should absolutely invest in understanding other humans.
HANNITY: How about this, I have a recommendations. Why don't you and all your liberal scientific friends, geniuses of yours, why don't you all put your own money into this and you can fund all the studies you want and leave the contractor and the carpenter and the plumber and the receptionist and the legal aid, the people that pay taxes, alone, so they can have more money in their pocket. How is that?
DOMENECH: In an economy, when people are having to work harder and harder to make ends meet, they are taking on more and more part time jobs because of the warping effects that this administration has had to it, to try to make ends meet and to feed your family, you want to take money out of their pockets and put it towards these points? They're really that important?
HOLDER: No, I'd really like the conservatives to come up with an answer.
DOMENECH: An answer to the problem to the freshman 15?
HOLDER: I'm not in support of all of the spending. But I'd like to know why you have no answers. You're so mad, Sean. You're so, so mad.
HANNITY: I read your web site tonight. You had up there about a kid that wasn't able to go to high school because his mother was in trouble, OK? And he needed money to stay in this really good private high school in Chicago. I'd rather see the money go there than studying it on the freshman 15.
HANNITY: That's prioritizing. That money could be spent to help a kid like that.
HOLDER: Or how about all the kids in Chicago public schools who don't have a chance at all at an equal education?
DOMENECH: But the point is, you are still running shrimps on treadmills and measuring their activity, I mean, this is ridiculous.
HOLDER: The conservatives have no answers. What are your answers besides getting mad over caviar and a hot guy?
DOMENECH: My answers are, that there are some things that the government shouldn't be doing. That they shouldn't be taking American people's tax dollars --
HOLDER: What should they do? What do conservatives have as an answer?
HANNITY: Defend the country, limit the tax liability of the American people and leave us the hell alone. How is that?
HOLDER: Defending the country, let's see. We haven't had a terrorist attack besides Fort Hood if you want to say it's a terror attack --
HANNITY: Boston wasn't a terrorist attack?
HOLDER: It was. But he wasn't a typical terrorist. He wasn't part of a cell.
HANNITY: OK, you are going to rob your kids blind to pay for caviar studies. Great. You're going to rob your kids blind to study why kids gained 15 pounds in college.
HOLDER: You are such a fear monger. You are a fear monger. Robbing the blind?
DOMENECH: What you're actually defending is an existence of cronyism between the institutions and everything else. That's all you're doing.
HANNITY: Good thing I don't see you, but once a week because you're really ticking me off tonight.
HOLDER: I'm going to go drink some wine, find a hot guy and eat some caviar, so.
HANNITY: Have a great time. We'll pay for it all.
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