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Well you know we keep saying this right we were very lucky that it wasn't a much stronger quake in the northeast all my -- -- friends keep telling me that so things are getting back to normal here.
The one amounts -- from Jeb Bush could send massive political shockwaves.
Into the twenty -- presidential elections.
You wanted to see you.
We've gone to the -- big we you have.
But you know it keeps staying out there be immediate reflects the dissatisfaction with the group out there.
Moody's I think it's a little early to to be dissatisfied.
With the candidates I think you'll find that the candidates will start staking out positions.
That are responsible and forward leaning and positive and hopeful and optimistic and as that happens I think people start migrating towards those candidates and -- definitely not running now.
Note that would mean right now -- what's that mean.
Have had a trick question however.
I'm not run and okay in I'm going to support the Republican nominee.
I might support someone before that but I definitely really but I'm -- I believe that.
That the Republican candidate will win and I'm looking for to that.
You feel when we look at the economy now when.
When your brother left office and in his popularity -- low obviously on -- the ensuing financial meltdown really ushered in.
Of this sort of new president that there were a lot of a lot of factors but.
Now where were their fears were going into something bad again maybe worse -- -- no way to know.
But -- think about.
I think the president was dealt a tough hand for sure and He didn't have necessarily the experience on how to deal with that.
He made a mistake of outsourcing.
Big policy decisions to congress.
To the speaker Pelosi in and her leadership team and I think that was a disaster.
And so he's made a situation that was bad.
Worse and He is deserving of criticism for that.
He's not deserving of the criticism of all you know everything the common -- all the way you know up the up the chain.
But He did it -- in your party overdo it.
I do I do I think when you start describing bad motives to the guy I think that's wrong doesn't it turns off a bunch of people that wants solutions.
-- Cessna and your party to governor I was there from their problem to have that this -- -- And they were dead set opposed to even closing.
Corporate loopholes that sort of thing that the subsidies.
Because the end result would be higher taxes but.
The argument for them was well at least to get rid of the subsidies to use yourself Republicans have criticized how would Jeb Bush has ruled on that.
Well I think the the best approach is that you're gonna create.
Much more revenue if you create a strategy of high growth gonna create much more revenue than any proposed cuts that are.
You may not even happened.
Over a ten year period if you grow at 3% or 4% -- -- instead of the anemic 1% per year.
Billions and billions of dollars -- -- of economic activity creates billions and billions of dollars of -- -- -- would Jeb Bush and it's always so any revenues part of the equation I -- -- -- I mean I would I would personally.
It's Tea Party assumes zero let me ask you some do you think that.
Raising the income limit for Medicare and for Social Security is a tax increase.
-- say yes I think it is to buddhism is that they as part of the solution to.
And what appears to be an intractable problem is it.
If we was a legitimate good to know what is your and so it's a -- is that it is -- is that part of a solution for the biggest problem we face which is that we've not we have to argue intransigent governor if you are if you.
If you don't by John on those kind of issues.
I think the problems are so severe in our country that.
It takes leadership to find common ground and to find solutions.
It's easy -- believe because I watch TV all time and looks really easy for people get on TV.
And yap about how bad things are.
And it's harder to be in the arena to find common ground and I think the majority of Republicans I know majority of Americans.
Want to find solutions that are principal base.
And I don't think it's a violation of principle to reform entitlements that may mean that higher income individuals pay more in taxes.
So when you hear.
-- -- -- -- -- Republicans.
In name only trying to it's pinnacle didn't subscribe to those views that you agents.
Outline how do you feel about.
I didn't bother me a bit and I think the bigger problem the the greater place of both.
Intransigence is -- Democrats.
On the left they're the ones that refuse to have any kind of conversation.
Of the the serious problems that we face.
We don't need to be raising.
Taxes to achieve.
These problems if we could create the -- to to deal with the problems we have we could create high growth.
Reform -- entitlements and that could be part of the solution would include.
Raising you know limits on upon not -- on on the taxes right now.
Warren Buffett's as the rich you just gilts He wants to pay -- -- I'm thinking it do you agree that.
So I think.
The problem with Warren Buffett's attitude is that he's talking about people a very rich.
And his policies I think may create and they -- on other people that are sparkling to be rich.
The whole problem with tax policy is isn't that it.
That it Kabul's.
Rich people already there I mean if they wanna pay more let them do it.
But it's it's impeding other people's wealth creation that's impeding growth and job creation in our country.
-- Tommy has a policy that's dealing with himself.
There are ten other Warren Buffett's a sparring Warren Buffett's that are gonna make it will be harder for them to achieve what they want and I think that's a party might.
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