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Labor Day -- details now emerging on that -- and they include a state bailout package that is aimed at protecting public sector jobs.
As well as public works projects and the passage of trade agreements with.
-- with a number of countries joining us tonight from Alaska for more on the economy jobs.
Presidential race for the Republican.
Nomination former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin governor good to have you -- this.
Let's let's Begin if we may -- with the president and his jobs plan are you excited to.
To see what is going through put forward.
How well I'm not excited to hear his ninth speech about dead job creation and methods work best.
He will tell us that his plan is to.
Spend more money incur more debt to assuming that that's gonna eventually get us out of debt that's counterproductive -- to debt and deficit reduction so he's gonna tell us.
That He needs to spend more of our money in more money that we don't happen any needs to increase taxes to pay for those things and He needs to find money to borrow or print more money.
To spend more money and he's gonna repeat that cycle nothing's worked thus far and I'm I anticipate more of the same unfortunately.
If you've heard governor Rick Perry I mean He really run after Ben Bernanke and the Federal Reserve.
Is Ron Paul put -- Governor Perry's meet you Ron Paul look a little and this is what I'm Paul -- -- -- -- Making Paul looked like a moderate on the issue of the Fed what do you what do you think of governor Perry's remarks.
-- called like He thought I was respect people for doing so.
What -- governor -- is voicing concern about is something that I wrote about on their face but get pages about ten months ago this.
Quantitative easing or monetize in our debt essentially printing money out of thin air which eventually will -- devalue our dollar and I think lead to inflation.
In order to make it look like our debt isn't as bad as it really is and governor Perry was voicing great concerns that.
Many have a share He just use some more candid terms I think than some of us would have used.
-- a good point maybe perhaps I would -- back and use the similar terms that.
I didn't share his concern though that manipulation of currency that and centralized government thinking they can plan an economy instead of not been letting the private sector do what it does best -- businesses are families let us stimulate the economy by using what it is that we earn and produce.
And using our own priorities are investments according to our priorities to start growing businesses and hiring more people.
The root problem here is a lack of jobs.
And -- in current any given what President Obama had showed us in the passes.
He's incapable of handling the situation in getting us out of debt an -- this practice of deficit spending so the jobs can be created.
I don't anticipate.
Much good or less turbulent waters up ahead and you saw -- with all that market volatility -- That eight and -- markets look forward -- are -- investors are more turbulence up they had more chaos and the markets reacted today accordingly.
I you know and Deborah the and the idea that we've got these folks now running for the Republican presidential nomination.
-- I thought the last Thursday's debate was the best I've seen in some time.
By either party Franklin and I think that -- it's quite a strong field.
Are we going to see that field expand do you think certainly at least -- -- is that a possibility as far as you're concerned.
I don't consider in it and I do anticipate a larger filled there will be some comings and goings.
I you know the legally and politically speaking there are still some months -- before.
The -- have to be sad but no there are others who are on the outside looking in wondering if that the candidates who are in that in that it Green today in the arena if they have the experience if they have the where with all and if they have the commitment to allowing the private sector to grow went Friday not rely on bigger government to.
Make us happy healthy wealthy and wise is government can't do that if those candidates who are in their today graphs that understand that.
Then I'm will be satisfied with the filled but if we don't get that sense from the candidates presently running -- more people jumping in there.
-- more people jumping in amongst the names mentioned of course your own.
Governor Chris Christie is mentioned congressman Paul Ryan.
The the likelihood that those names including your -- would be added to the list.
I would make this one of the strongest fields.
Ever to contest for the Republican nomination certainly and in in the last fifty years.
But we also what witness governor Tim Pawlenty go after congresswoman Michelle Bachman who frankly I thought swatted him away.
And indeed out of the race.
But that is not the kind of thing that Republicans.
Particularly reaganesque Republicans and should be doing do you think.
I think there needs to be healthy debate and very spirited competition in contested primaries I think it's a shame that we don't get that on the other side of the -- that the Democrats act more like a British people.
And they can have their anointed one and they let that person go forward.
I think that that's it is a bit unfortunate and unfair to the electorate we we need ideas expressed need solutions articulated we need experience compared.
And you're gonna see that in the GOP contested primary and I'm off work these.
These candidates taking the gloves off and done it that -- or the general elections gonna be tough it's gonna be rough and tumble.
And getting through -- primary -- can get tested through that.
And done it's it's gonna be good for the process good for the end product we hope with that.
A -- -- experienced.
Capable trustworthy candidate to our rising to the surface.
Guys and that's going to be as you suggest stark contrast to a president -- has spent this week part of -- at least.
Suggesting people should not be arguing with him and our bickering.
What we used to call debate are the rough and tumble as you put into the public arena.
Governor Palin we thank you for being here great talk and we look forward to send.