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This stage -- we have a president coming out and saying pass this jobs also people who go to war.
I hope I'm not harping -- I and every day.
Since that evening and been pointing out to the thousands of young demonstrators on Wall Street in the occupy Wall Street.
I've been pointing out that -- young Steve Jobs in college who couldn't afford to go.
My any further left college and went to work to build his dreams.
They have that same opportunity in Herman Cain said the other day you're if you're not rich.
Blame yourself start there.
You know these young people made bad choices and is one who made bad choices and his youth and your employer.
The fact is you're accountable for your choices and this is their first time -- young men and women.
And the first thing they do about.
And their displeasure of frustration with that is to blame the government to blame business -- themselves and take responsibility.
And focus on how to confront the reality and how they want to shape it.
Sitting there and do that carrying on a demonstration where you're actually -- on have left wing groups.
We're carrying out a political strategy in support of the president's reelection effort is hardly the way to set yourself.
There's a a clip from a student down there and she's asked and I think it's still a -- wanna Bill O'Reilly is producers asks her.
If those CEO offered you a job today a bank's CEO of budget gap today offered you a hundred something thousand -- would you take it she said absolutely arena.
My initial reaction to that was I would -- -- my kids six -- and to see if He didn't think that.
Because who who the heck are you do you feel like we've created this nation out I need and -- Yes we have we've got a lot of problems in this country we don't even have a discussion about it.
We have got hurt -- younger generation that's it's basically uneducated.
I'm not talking an entirely by.
We're gonna 30% dropout rates are high schools -- -- what.
One of those -- gonna do.
The unemployment rate for college kids in the midst of all of this nine point 1% unemployment.
Have a four point 8% unemployment rate.
What does it what does it what does -- take for our political leaders for our young people are parents -- families to understand the importance of education.
What does it take for people understand you've got to know something.
Who in the world hold one of these young kids you can drop out high school did -- you can start smoking -- birds starting you know whatever.
And everything's gonna work out -- We're in the world are the churches were in the world with a social organizations and where you're what can we do with all of a phony political organizations who don't really give a damn about any of those people they just wanna use them.
For their own political.
That's the problem isn't it isn't left my phone my child.
That speaking -- designing.
That is -- problem with this system isn't it right it's all about me getting my next vote.
So we're off thinking they are dramatically -- and I say -- I mean our politicians think there mathematically.
What can -- get an expo.
And we are the ones -- tolerate the nonsense tracing some we we can point fingers we can blame everybody.
Yet and everything I suppose.
It starts with us you know you and I are the ones.
You've got three kids I've got four I've got to bring kids.
And I've got some responsibility to -- each one of them and to be certain I'm doing more than saying something.
You know you're responsible for your own actions.
You are responsible.
-- to the society which you live in that means be productive.
The independent self reliant in forthright you know and things -- a pretty pretty good for your to do those things.
-- circular that was presidential run.
We haven't -- AstraZeneca there.
We've got supposedly dobbs tonight 7 PM on the Fox Business American of course on the radio everywhere he's thank -- -- -- -- our voice of reason.
I think every now and then we need it.
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