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Thanks toward -- President Obama is indeed going on what we're gonna calling Chama offensive this week.
The president travels the country speaking to very sympathetic crowds about his administration's accomplishments.
It -- -- a lot of college campuses and companies that receive big stimulus money but he is the reality.
Gas prices surging unemployment at 8% -- the nation's debt exploding.
So we're gonna get heavy spin it from the president all we -- Oregon Democrat strategists who took.
Joins us in New York we we are in a pleasure to be here look it's very staged -- I mean all present -- you do you -- a little did I call that the truth.
The truth that's okay well we do have a gas price those large we do have massive extra debt five trillion and counting.
We do have on employment and 8% -- I think the president is going to appear in front -- very sympathetic audiences to sort of get a move of those nasty problems.
Well I think first -- -- -- sympathetic audiences anybody's welcome become number one.
So I don't know what that means if you hold it on a college campus -- gonna get a friendly audience that's the truth that's the way it actually will yes but as I say anybody can come and not all audiences are friendly even on college campuses but that's not really the point -- and the and the question was -- three partisan -- departure we start it.
-- -- -- let's go rent on the back of I don't believe.
That you really believe in the liberalism which you put out on television I think -- a political professional.
I don't really think that you want to see America -- like Europe.
I don't think you really want to see America go into such massive debt.
I don't think you do well let me let me take them -- parts I don't like debt anywhere -- the -- that's absolutely true that's number one.
Number two I think this comparison of America and Europe is.
Is useless to be absolutely honest with this this -- become because -- -- become it's become a rallying cry that has no real bearing because -- -- you're better than what it does slow growth.
Well that's that we -- well I I would I would -- -- about the last part terms the United States we all live in the world at the same time yes there -- these problems.
Europe frankly is not my primary concern the United States of America if America looks more like yours that's our primary concern is that while you want this -- you won't amount to going in this direction I don't believe you want.
I want America to look like the best America can be I don't care if it resembles.
Something else if it resembles nothing else I want it to be the best America.
It can be -- it doesn't doesn't well it's I think it's certainly in better shape and on its way today than it was if we were sitting here here it is not a dynamic and vigorous expanding it column it is not it is not a free enterprise economy is government everything that's what it is it's not government every incidence is it -- governance and the government to -- your salary massive regulation.
Massive regulation about all the fundamental industries whether it's financial whether it's energy incredible levels of of of regulation.
High taxes this president wants to raise taxes he does he wants to raise taxes slow growth -- 2% three and a half years after a recession.
Come on that's not America when we're -- filibuster asked dumb question attacked is that the American you want the that we lost when it's hard ways.
Our high today that yeah is this why not let this letter.
It actually happens is really it was a land of opportunity yet -- -- -- entrepreneur now who's starting a business and all of -- say it's is it's the land of red tape.
They can't get the business -- Thank you see you know what let's find a little balance here -- -- of any value whatsoever when your grandfather came here from Sicily.
There were it was not a perfect life wife was very I don't know -- year he can't but life was very different debt.
And you know we learn to read any business and feed his family it is so hard for people to do that today it is so hard to open the doors to a brand new business today.
Men and in particular because of all the rules and then.
Permits can -- bring it up today -- my wife came here from socialist Nicaragua in 1988 rank she's worried and it a lot of other people came from socialist countries in Europe and elsewhere worried that they here's some of the same rhetoric.
About how we have to equalize everybody's life.
That they heard back in their socialist country are they out of the world are they out of their mind I would while we're away I would ask your wife who she hearing that rhetoric from because sometimes I'm the president.
That we need to -- -- -- he talks about redistribution being more important than any other.
Any other goal that we have he has in the past wealth redistribution is the key to President Bush is a lot that I hope it is spread the wealth he said let's let's get away from the conservative men's event -- -- Only what President Obama has ever said -- And -- the wealth and again.
Again bash Jack gonna make you fat that well with air fare badly.
Nothing wrong with ebitda means income redistribution by the taxation that we should -- -- have an equal opportunity it's not all necessarily have equal wins it all depends on the bank wanted her abilities you know -- I'm okay with that -- actually okay with everybody doing according to their abilities it to the extent that everybody has a chance.
And I think that's all this president talks about you know you hear some of these it -- likely not -- I don't know your ability to a single element definitely doing here you hear some of these.
These these Republican candidates out there dissing college.
Really isn't college part of what helps people gets -- failures.
Our every -- Anglo American have a free college education I never -- freedom by the when you look at president of its own -- that speculative.
How are they my -- it's Romans is busting Rick Young guns Cummins is again in New -- of course -- -- --
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