“You know what? If you could just stop from saying, ‘Wow,’ and let me just finish a point, Paul,” Scarborough said. “You and Al Gore really need to talk about it, because again, this is a real problem. If people don’t agree with you 100 percent of the time, you talk about ad hominem attacks, you always feel like you have to take the cheap shots. So if I could just finish. I’ve listened to you.”

“The fact of the matter is we’ve got a generational crisis,” Scarborough said. “Americans are living longer than they did in 1933, 1934. And Paul has written about this. You can see this coming. As my torts professor said, like a freight train coming out of the mist. We can see this coming a long way off. You’ve got about three Americans working for every one person on Social Security and Medicare. Ten, fifteen years from now, that’s going to get closer to two people working for every one person on Social Security and Medicare.”