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President Obama back on the campaign trail today.
This time speaking to a crowd at the master lock company in Madison Wisconsin.
Where he -- jobs.
And the power of made in America so is the president out campaigning all the GOP candidate -- away and Bryant's -- this chairman of the Republican National Committee welcome back to show.
Listening come on fire about it it seems to me -- -- in every other taxpayer in this country is bankrolling the president's reelection campaign.
Listen the president Madison.
That's what we've got to be sure on board is to create opportunities for hardworking Americans.
Making stuff again and sending it all over the world products then -- -- proud.
Now I -- yeah here's what the president is not saying.
Madison Wisconsin Wisconsin has lost private sector jobs in each of the past six months what kind of record is -- Well I mean first of -- even more fundamental than that G areas I don't know what the president is talking about -- -- as far as what policies he went to Wisconsin today to talk about.
And take credit for.
The fact that the folks at master lock were were were had a lot of problems in China with the labor force and currency problems.
So they brought some of their workers back from our route which is -- brought some of them work to be done in China back to.
But in what exactly did Barack Obama have to do with that I mean what policies is he talking about he hasn't done anything other than.
Past government run health -- has -- introduced a budget that received a single vote in you know from a Democrat so first of -- The whole thing doesn't make any sense maybe it was speeches and maybe this speeches -- I'll master lock back to Wisconsin but that's all he does.
-- -- you know thirteen million Americans without jobs.
And if you -- point 3% unemployment is acceptable.
It now it just looks it looks good US because we've been down so long.
But I find it I find it shocking we got such a long way to go why is that it campaigner in chief on the road all the time I just don't get it.
Well I don't get -- neither what I don't and -- but here's the thing I think people.
And if you do you survey folks in Wisconsin and ask him whether our country's on the right track or wrong track they float just like the rest of the country.
So I don't think people are buying what this president is selling I also think.
But the days of speech is in the pomp and circumstance in the pageantry.
I think people are sick and tired Jerry I think they've just had its.
-- -- buying is over.
Well let me -- -- not over right now and that's the attack.
Going on among Republicans I wanna show our viewers one of the ads that this is an ad making -- -- Mitt Romney that the Santorum campaign put out.
Take a look at this.
Attack machine is back on.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Are going to back.
This is actually pretty entertaining but what's concerning to me about this.
Is that the Republicans beating up -- on each other losing ground people are frustrated with them.
And meanwhile the president is going all over the country raising money.
Making speeches at taxpayers' expense should the Republican candidates get serious shouldn't the Republican Party.
Backed one candidate.
Well Jerry I don't.
To the last question I don't think so I don't think that's the role of the party is to -- I don't think we're supposed to close ranks here I think we need to leave it up to the people on the primary -- here's the other thing to adjust.
Bear with me.
Last four years ago John McCain was not the presumptive nominee until.
You know at least a month or more from where we are today we've had four.
Contests that have awarded delegates that's it just for and so I think we're really early on I remember -- -- chairman a Wisconsin.
And February 19 I think -- the -- when we had our primary Huckabee won.
A few of the congressional districts.
And one delegates in Wisconsin I think sometimes this thing is so hyper.
Reported on that a day feels like a week -- a week as well.
-- -- -- -- -- reality is that Brian I think I'll look at the polls though.
People are really frustrated.
They don't buy any of these guys now.
You look at the levels of support it's not impressive they change their minds every day at some point doesn't somebody have to take a leadership role here and say.
We have a standard -- we know who we stand behind.
Should the Republican Party be in the business of helping make that happen if we to a brokered convention every American the country's gonna say what ever happened to democracy.
Well -- to save I would I would I would encourage you take a deep breath we're we're we're in the middle of February.
We head -- only four states that have gone.
I don't think it's the place for the party to step in and say -- gonna be the candidate guys let's all get behind that -- fact I would think.
That people out there in America we actually reject that even more so.
And I think that people are tired of folks in Washington telling them what to think.
I think this is going to be a referendum on Barack Obama Jerry I think you're gonna have -- -- -- candidate on the ballot for people to choose from.
And I think that when you compare Barack Obama's record to the promise of something different I think people are gonna choose something -- I guess we'll -- Chairman pretty well -- -- -- LC it's it's our letter to talk to you always enjoy having you on the show thanks a bunch thank you thank you.
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