tv The Late Show With Stephen Colbert NBC February 8, 2016 11:35pm-12:37am EST
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and lincoln's role and he was assassinated because of his role. reagan came so close to death and people don't understand how close he came, but it did affect him. some believe, and i can't prove this, nobody could, that his wounds suffered at the hand of john hinckley who is still alive and they may let him out which would be a horrible thing if that ever happened led to his death subsequently because of the terrible deterioration that a bullet that close to your heart causes a 70-year-old man. he just -- he had his good and bad days, as the staff said. >> stephen: do you think reagan was too old to be elected at 69? >> no. reagan was a really good president and we show how he overcame this assassination which is the heart of the book. >> stephen: he's often misremembered as someone who never raised taxes, never compromised. >> that's true. ronald reagan was an excellent politician. he did what he had to do. ultimately, he did two things
he turned the economy around. in the carter years, it was desperate. you remember you had to wait in line to get gasoline in america, it was horrible. >> stephen: run ran up huge deficits. >> he did but it was in the pursuit of bringing down the soviet union which was accomplished. so you bring down your major enemy and you have to do it by spend money. >> stephen: huge deficits that can be justified by military expenditure but you're saying it can't be justified by humanities, educating people, social receivables? what's the difference of those things? they're both vital aspects of our culture. what is the difference between those two and one justified and not the other? >> all right, this is a classic liberal position. >> stephen: it's not a position. it's a question, bill. >> no, it isn't. >> stephen: we have to be able to ask each other questions. >> i see. >> stephen: we don't have to pick sides. why do we have to be liberal and conservative?
>> you're having a stroke again. in self-defense -- >> stephen: am i attacking you? >> you have to spend money to defend yourself from an enemy who is bent on either conquering or killing you. terror now. on the arts and educational, we have to get away from this fanlt si that the government can solve all the problems by kick money in, and we can't be promising everybody everything as these politicians do constantly. reagan didn't do that. >> stephen: no, he did not promise. >> he raised taxes when he had to, but reagan was pretty straight on what was going on and straight talk is what we need which is pry sanders and trump are doing so well. you don't have to like them but you know where they stand, and i like that. >> stephen: well, bill. i know where you stand. >> no, you don't. >> stephen: really? you have no blanking clue where i stand. >> stephen: everything you
>> it's all true. >> stephen: i trusted you, bill o'reilly. >> i'm a problem solve around each problem can be solved, i think, with good common sense. >> stephen: you're not a problem solver. superhero. bill, thank you for being here. >> i'll take that as compliment. >> stephen: you're a great mod toll do an impression of for ten thank you so much. inspiring. "the o'reilly factor" on fox news week nights at # 8:00. that's bill o'reilly, everybody! we'll be right back! (cheers and applause) roughtis new car. to keep things unbiased, we removed all the logos. feels like a bmw. reminds me a little bit of like an audi. so, this car supports apple carplay. siri, open maps. she gets me. wow. it also has teen driver technology. it even mutes the radio until the seat belts are buckled. i'm very curious what it is. this is the 2016 chevy malibu.
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well, ooh pulled into the parking lot, parked it, zipped up my parka joined procession of marchers in my head like, is this awkward? should i even be here marching? thinking if they cant, how can i breathe? thinking if they chant what do i sing? wanna take a stance, cause we are not free then i thought about it, we are not we am i on the outside looking in, or am i on the inside looking ou is it my place to give my two cents or should i stand on the side and shut my mouth no justice no peace oh yea, i'm saying that they chanting out black lives matter but i don't say it back is it ok, for me to say i don't know so i watch and stand in front of a line of police that look the same as me, only separated by a badge, a baton, a can of mase, a mask, a shield a gun with gloves on hands that gives in alibi just in case somebody dies behind a bullet that fly's outta of their 9, and takes another child's life on sight like.. there's murder in the streets no justice, no peace
the rest to be free there's murder in the streets no justice, no peace no racist believes the rest to be free there's murder in the streets no justice, no peace no racist believes the rest to be free there's murder in the streets no justice, no peace no racist believes the rest to be free damn, there's a lot of opinions a lot of confusion, a lot of resentment some of us scared, some of us defensive and most of us aren't even paying attention it seems like we're more concerned with being called racist than we actually are with racism someone once said silence is an action god knows that i've been passive what if i actually read an article actually had a dialogue actually looked at myself actually got involved
and do nothing at all i don't know hip hop has always been political, yes it's the reason why this music connects so what the hell has happened to my voice if i stay silent when black people are dying and i'm trying to be politically correct i can book a whole tour, i'll sell out the tickets rap entrepreneur, who built his own business if i'm only in this for my own self interest not the culture that gave me a voice to begin with then this isn't authentic it is just a gimmick the diy underdog, so independent but one thing the american dream fails to mention is that i was many steps ahead to begin with my skin matches the hero, the likeness, the image america feels safe with my music in their systems it suited me perfect, the role i fulfilled it and if i'm the hero, you know who gets cast as the villain white supremacy isn't just a white dude in idaho white supremacy protects the privilege that i hold white supremacy is in the soil, the foundation the cement and the flag that flies outside of my home
lineage designed for us to be indifferent my success is the product of the same system that let off darren wilson, guilty we wanna dress like, walk like, talk like, dance like, yet we just stand by if we take the best parts of black culture but will we show up for black lives we wanna dress like, walk like, talk like, dance like, yet we just stand by if we wanna take the best parts of black culture but will we show up for black lives the sun they say in time, give it time. things will change. but i cannot control this riot in my skin. waiting burns like pepper spray. america, this is your indictment.
when i say black lives matter! i'm not trying to take anything from you. i am resurrecting our dead. i am reminding myself that my black life matters, too! >> because you made it about race. because we did not invent the bullet. because black girls go missing without a whisper of where. because jordan davis boomed, and image whistled. because hughey p. spoke, martin preached and a black boy can always be too loud to live because you don't know who netto is. because this nation fears our minds, rager, dreams, because they sold our bodies and appropriated soul, because tamir was tall and his color, and that was reason enough. because enough... because enough... because enough...
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