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-- now for more on the president's upcoming jobs proposal.
And what congress has on its agenda to resuscitate a stagnant economy.
The senator Rand Paul of Kentucky.
Member of the small business community the energy and natural resources committee senator great to have you with -- And let's Begin with say the rather strong words.
-- emanating from.
At least -- -- in one instance the president the vice president.
Attacking conservatives and the Tea Party.
What your reaction.
You know -- kind of looks like the age of civility is not going to be so civil you know where I'm sitting.
So why not then called terrorists now being called namely have to -- -- on Fox Business news today -- You know I think really what it shows is a failed presidency when you gotta blame other people unemployment -- gas prices have doubled.
He is set to add more debt than all 43 previous presidents combined.
And He doesn't know how to create jobs because he's never participated in the private sector so what does He do they call people names but I don't think it's gonna work form.
I'm not going to work foreign and the fact of the matter is.
This talk begins to sound increasingly desperate.
As we look at these polls the -- of fox -- -- reported on at the onset of the broadcast.
Across the board these are terrific.
Our record lows -- at a time when this president is in desperate need to have some thing in the way of elevation.
Before his administration it's just not anywhere near.
Well you know they say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result.
You know -- just a point to -- head of -- council of economic advisors the guy that was the architect for cash for clunkers.
Now that really doesn't strike me as the announcer Alan Krueger a Princeton.
That's think there's any doubt about -- you're referring to -- Yet it doesn't really strike me as someone who's learning his -- unit -- -- cash for clunkers was a big success or than a trillion dollar stimulus plan.
That created some jobs at the cost of over 400000 dollars per job.
If He thinks those ideas are working.
Really he's flat out wrong I mean unemployment is higher were really struggling as a country.
But you know at the same time.
Did you read about what they did it Gibson guitars just down the road from me about sixty miles away from me in Nashville they shut they're trying to shut down Gibson guitars you know they told him.
They city you'll make the guitars and Madagascar.
We won't shut -- down -- you're gonna import the woods were saying that the woods got here illegally we don't care if you do it in Nat gas star and then sell guitars over here.
Yeah let me explain just a bit if I may senator -- referring -- in this as -- Gibson guitars the most famous maker of analyst maker of guitars.
Bringing in importing would from India the complaint being on the part of the Indian government.
That Gibson was bringing in would that has not been processed or have value added to it any way in India.
But that it was -- -- -- hear the manufacturing process.
And the and the Obama administration.
Descending on Gibson guitars.
-- in force Indian law.
But strangely in the minds of many.
Not willing to enforce US law.
Stronger and here today and here's the thing the president wonders why people perceive him as anti business.
The US fish and wildlife descended with what the report I read say dozens.
Of agents with semi automatic weapons descended on these are experts in woodworking in -- are making their craftsman.
They descended on them with semiautomatic weapons to shut them down because they were such a threat to our country.
But when -- government has that kind of animus towards business and you wonder why everybody in the business community thinks this president's the most anti business president we've ever had.
In a senator.
Indeed He may be anti business but.
This government has become -- reason and logic.
And common sense and it is become.
The federal government and its best days under terrific leadership is not.
Exactly and natural home for reason and common sense.
But it is the last number of years become.
Anti business it seems to many including me.
In its policies and yet this president will move forward Thursday night a joint session of congress by the way will you be there senator.
Probably -- you know have but I become more horrified on a day to day basis I've been looking into a lot of the abuses of the EPA on wetlands.
There's a woman from Mississippi who has put in jail for ten years for putting her on -- land.
Her dad's still imprisoned -- seven your dad's partners eighty they were given ten year sentences for moving dirt on a commercial development for low income housing.
See this is the kind of thing where government is.
Is out of control going after innocent citizens in -- this is allowed to continue.
I fear for the future.
Fearing for our future -- also for the fate of those to people what is their status right now.
But the young woman has three young kids she's never had a traffic ticket -- for -- arrested for any thing.
She served 26 months and the prosecutor.
Finally was so upset wasn't sleeping -- night the prosecutor helped get her out early.
Her father seventy and her father's partners eighty -- still in prison.
And for moving -- -- crime.
They said it was a wetlands but get this there's no stream on the property there's no -- there's no pond there's no running water.
And they call it a wetlands because we have an EPA that's run amok.
And this is going on across America there's a couple in Idaho that their cases going before the Supreme Court.
The Sackett family that's gonna go was bring court we have to do something to control these monsters we are bureaucracies because I was senator Burgos policies.
We're re over -- but I'm -- several able to follow up with your office we're gonna follow up on this story we will have more right here in this broadcast tomorrow -- We thank you for being with us senator and thank you for championing the -- of those folks.
This one -- this when needs to be resolved.
In the right -- senator Rand Paul thanks for being with us.