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-- a man -- man this is incredible.
Somebody knows that figure to about the drama politics in fact force all.
Of the fact that this might be a very tight race before anybody did the former governor of the -- state of Alaska.
-- former vice presidential candidate in the last go around for Republicans -- talent governor very good to have you thanks for coming.
Thank you so much in no I didn't think that it would be this exciting that this evening but it certainly is turning out to be an exciting night with that.
Three very distinct candidates would distinct positions that that.
Are really grabbing hold I was attention anyways -- this is pretty spectacular but you know.
What's not spectacular governor at least to me is a novice -- this is that the winner will be decided.
Likely with 1520000.
-- a little more maybe a little less it's hard to say.
And that is gonna launch the momentum of of this campaign year.
It just seems weird.
Well I you're right this -- is everything it's not the end of anything this is the starting line and that.
This is going to be a very tight -- -- This venture I'll tell you now at what kind of surprises me.
Is how distinction though these candidates.
And a certain constituencies.
That are really reflective.
These Iowa voters who now have cast this caucus vote it it I think really it is a microcosm of what the rest of the GOP across America is feeling right now not knowing who is that.
That we can really contrast.
To implement the reforms that we need to shrink the size and the scope of the power of the federal governments -- private sector can thrive again do you.
Think though that given the fact that I have -- looks very tight governor and the fact we have proportional voting this time which means.
Even under the best of circumstances let's say governor Romney.
Would -- sort of run the table.
And and win all of these events of -- from Iowa to New Hampshire South Carolina.
And on we go later in the year to Florida and Arizona not.
This but by April or may I think it was our Carl Cameron has said you could conceivably.
Not have a nominee by then.
What do you make of that.
I think that's long way -- to assume that there -- we still won't have a candidate by then.
Not I think Americans are big GOP -- and it really start deciding that that there is the need to coalesce.
Our -- king senator to hear quite shortly to conserve our fiscal in our human resource is in order to mount the best campaign that we -- Against the incumbent because we know that America cannot afford four more years of Barack Obama and his job killing.
I policies so no I think may is is I think Carl Cameron it with all due respect is wrong on that I think that we will have a candidate much soon.
Her don't let us every right -- -- of Israel street address Carl he's not listening right now is up Fox -- simply is not to say anything you want I I would welcome it.
On on giving but but it governor what -- -- struck me is interesting in this race.
How much the economy was and is an issue even in a state that's doing better than most of Tom Barack Obama -- looking at that governor insane.
Well I've won this state handle it lasts -- time and now it's looking really -- Help help Iowa again reflective of what the rest of America is looking out right now is look and many Americans are war weary.
And we are broke -- And we know that the only way that we can get the economy back on the right track to start -- our nation through peace through strength we gonna be able to afford a strong and powerful military got to pay our bills.
Is to stop Obama's socialist growing government programs so.
No it doesn't surprise me at all that the economy of course was at the forefront of every Iowa caucus voters minds it wasn't just.
Issues this go around was that it was the economy -- -- --
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