Religion, Corporate Taxes and Pay for NYC Hotel Maids02/27/12 Robert Lorei
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Good evening, welcome to The Last Call. I'm Rob Lorei. Coming up we'll hear some soundbites from political figures, a noted investors and some FOX media hosts and then we'll open up the phone lines. The soundbites all figure prominently among the current issues in the presidential race. First we'll hear former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum who is running for the GOP presidential nomination. Three days ago he called President Obama a snob for saying that all young people in the U.S. should go to college. We'll hear that statement along with some context. Then we'll hear Santorum say that he "almost threw up" when he read JFK's 1960 speech on the separation of church and state. Our third bit of sound will be a portion of that famous 1960 speech by then presidential candidate John F. Kennedy. Then we'll hear billionaire investor Warren Buffett speaking this morning on the corporate tax rate. Buffett says historically speaking corporate taxes in this country are low. Finally we'll hear FOX business news host Stewart Varney discuss a new contract for union maids in NYC in which they will have their annual salaries raised from an average of $45,000 to $60,000 over the next seven years. After that we'll take your phone calls.