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And we have time for final score tonight -- successful people almost always tend to think that the -- they took to successes the right room for everybody.
Maybe that's why president Obama's so insistent that the government should guarantee everybody a college education.
-- there's no doubt that Obama himself used education to become successful he gained the education system for years using scholarships and various connections to rise up in his field.
If you can call politics -- field at all and you can't be more successful on politics and becoming president the problem because there's only one of those jobs.
The other problem as that we really don't want to become a nation of people whose skills are more political and they are practical.
For all the president skills of politics we've seen how those skills failed miserably to devise policies that.
Make it easier for folks in business to do business.
When folks would nothing but academic skills make rules for the people actually produce things.
Our economy gets totally screwed up like it was in the 1930s and -- it is right now.
Now unlike academics and ivy leaguers folks who produce things in this economy operate on common sense and practical skills.
College degree is great but it doesn't necessarily equip you with the street smarts you get from starting a business -- holding down a real job.
But it shouldn't be a -- -- either at least not from our standard guaranteed by government and paid for by hardworking taxpayers it should be something that people who really want should have to struggle to achieve.
It's the willingness to struggle that likely makes those with a college degree more desirable to hire.
We think that is a big part of wider far fewer folks with college degrees on the unemployment lot.
There are many roads to success and only social engineers like President Obama.
Think that there is a cookie cutter way for everybody to get there.
And that is tonight's final score so glad to see again tomorrow by the way we're gonna focus -- on whether Illinois.
Could be the next day.
To -- told itself with its unions this is going to be an explosive show you do not want -- -- we'll see you back here tomorrow my great thanks to all those who filled and for me last week.
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