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Better way of restaurants -- and as a pollster.
Bottom not name other republic are known to have a right content on the model that's right you know I tend to think it's important for voters to be heard and death for politicians to listen and usually don't like to do that so what are we -- -- Florida.
Mitt Romney's gonna have a good day the only question is how good our last poll shows him up by sixteen points 44% 20%.
What -- And -- -- members one by and South Carolina while he won handily in South Carolina he was up nine points in in Florida.
Right afterwards and he's lost -- -- -- all of the Romney people wanna -- unbiased marches.
In Florida is generous one and probably if they were there what they wanna double digit victory they wanna win big.
They wanna say this is the most important state in Newt Gingrich will be saying.
You know what hardly any delegates have been selected there's no reason to get out.
I think has got an interest in -- -- sound like and try to do salacious and I'm not.
-- -- Gingrich what they were sixteen and apparently had an affair where there's math teacher -- -- 23.
She may have ultimately become sort of punishment -- for a flight from them.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- The big headline out all of us stock was up -- -- rumble warm and want to slip of those guys so.
But sold live so I used -- solemn note we don't know about -- Well could be but I know that voters don't pay a lot of attention in fact -- -- -- is also editor -- go and they pay attention now.
But they figure well he's a politician two out of three say that to his ethics or at least as good as most politicians and that's just sort of considered the norm Rush Limbaugh had a good point about to nurture something -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- That's the way the game is played -- it's pretty rough.
So all of -- -- to people's money how voters' -- Also but doable lament of federal debt a Teddy I haven't -- red and should become those children homework him.
But Osama things never change I'm -- a complicated -- trumka.
But you can make of -- that absolutely are first of all -- -- -- -- -- Welcome to the reason I wrote the book and what it's about -- politicians.
Have been telling us for decades the problem is the voters that you know they'd like to really balance the budget but voters don't want to cut anything and that's a lie.
The reason were in a problem today with our government finances as the political -- -- -- their own agenda for 45 decades -- have ignored voters.
The real debt is not fifteen trillion dollars our government -- about a 120.
Trillion dollars in if you actually go look at what voters are saying should be done.
Makes a whole lot more sense and it would reduce that that debt by about a hundred trillion dollar.
What don't voters say about -- -- felt when it comes to.
That they have that there -- potentially interest sedan talk about cutting in Athens subway gas of well that's the story that comes out of Washington but that's not true the bush has specific proposals the voter support to a cut spending and lots of examples couple years ago the president.
Yeah the president want to give us seniors an extra 250 bucks because they didn't get a Social Security cost of living adjustment a majority of seniors said we don't want -- that's not fair.
In the book I talk about the big areas of spending national security Social Security Medicare.
A national security our country right now is committed to defend 56 countries around the world voters only wanna defend -- You say a couple hundred billion dollars a year if you make those kind of changes when you talk about Social Security.
People think a number one that they've been lied to that the trust funds aren't real fortunate -- -- to be right on they'd like to see that fixed they also say you -- -- pick your own retirement age if you wanna retire later.
You will pay less in taxes now you are retire earlier you pay more in taxes now and -- these are big number changes not not to petty stuff talked about in Washington -- -- -- -- now.
Print journalism five don't don't know why aren't our -- professionals responsiveness.
Because people on the political -- say well we can't talk about changing anything in defense spending or our pet projects and people on the political -- say you can't talk about changing Social Security or our pet projects.
And so they would prefer just keep more money -- to Washington.
And keep the scandal so it's all about the money assault Bob lobbyists and -- bought an electorate that strike and the reality is in America go all the way back to the founding of our -- -- public is always a couple decades ahead of the politicians.
Sooner or later the politicians catch up and when that happens.
You know the closure will be in better shape and the politicians will be little unhappy and -- and Scott Rasmussen.
Their board took all the peoples money.
I'll -- it'll balance the budget permanent total dot.
So -- by those -- -- rated number -- Then you Begin to say.
Two political leaders.
Hey we're not the problem you guys are the problem in the lie.
And and then you have to Begin to push for this series of of people number essentially a president who will.
Talk about serious issues right now we have -- house dipped allowed analysts ever about it.
Drugs aqaba Walter here's usually get this is what's happened throughout American history.
You do revolution didn't Begin in 1775.
A was a couple decades before that the columnists and they were different country now a long time before those things work their way through.
When Rosa Parks to refused futile pursuit of a boss.
She didn't start a civil rights movement -- had been building for decades and it took another ten years before congress caught up did anything about it.
We're in one of those faces the reason we have a problem -- -- just to put -- -- scale.
The last time government spending went down in America was two years before I was more.
Which goes back long long time to the Dwight Eisenhower administration.
Ever since then voters have been voting for people who promise to cut spending but have not -- -- The bailouts a couple years ago push people over the edge.
And just like those other times in history there is a reckoning coming we just -- -- one and and it's gonna not involve the current political leadership.
And suspicion that.
The division national polls and matchup bearish Republicans don't suppression.
-- -- -- -- owner.
Romney is clearly the best stuff on Paper he's the one who right now is a few points behind the president few weeks you know he's a few points ahead.
Gingrich Santorum and Ron Paul all -- by roughly double digits.
-- even people who supports -- -- don't accused on a great job -- What it does have drawing form as usual likable gone so -- likable guy and Democrats really like him he still has very good approval ratings among is -- If the economy gets a little better will be in better shape there's going to be hard abandoning thank.
Right now like -- -- a tossup voted out -- and the reason I say that is there's about ten or 12% of people who.
Right now -- give me choice between -- the in Obama I don't know what to do.
But among that group only 20% think the president's doing good job.
-- Obvious question but doesn't make a huge difference or Romney -- around them.
You know not a huge difference.
Summer it'll make some and depending cancer cells are single -- categories he's not gonna pick -- and on and on -- yet -- They'll pick someone who -- ideally who can help him.
And some foreign policy matters which would give him a little bit of credibility there is a businessmen -- doesn't have that.
Maybe somebody's fantasy candidate would be someone from a swing states who can help appealed to from bloc of voters -- -- a couple of times.
While Marco Rubio was -- top of every list in terms of -- -- that.
And -- -- thank you can be approached them UK well -- the question of who.
You think can be president obviously wasn't the top choice for either candidate the last time around -- Sarah Palin and and Joseph Biden selected.
They're thinking much more short term.
-- what are your numbers show on Christian.
Chris Christie's a decent guy he's doing okay in New Jersey.
But he's not getting anywhere nationally.
Or is non now.
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Astronauts and an animal -- -- well look at that's the worst that happens to me it's been pretty good discover us also on the books called the people's money.
Of -- will balance the budget little bit of trouble don't provide an Amazon.com is formidable arsenal.
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