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Now all of this in many ways leads perfectly into what we're gonna talk about next and the big question is how business friendly.
Is this White House the democratic governor Jack mark held Delaware on the show yesterday you might remember he was saying yeah.
It is pretty business friendly despite what you've heard from others he made that case another day another governor -- -- -- house on the Republican governor of Tennessee.
Joins us now will point out right at the -- cities a bit Romney supporter.
He's in a Volkswagen.
A plant down there in Tennessee which from the talk about in the second.
But answer that big question force governor because it applies to what's happening -- 2012.
Whether it's oil that they can which is talking about or it's.
Wider and and and and and bigger policies that we talked about yesterday with the governor Delaware is this -- business friendly White House and if not.
Ultimately I think business friendly administrations would be state or national governments are about.
Who's in those offices.
And are -- people who have been out making capital investments themselves in the past and that they understand that.
I know jobs being created less people are willing to take -- where we're here than.
Celebrate Volkswagen -- being.
-- to make another big investments -- the -- which creates jobs.
I think it -- people in office who have actually seen haven't done and then part of that and I don't think this administration publicly heavily -- folks that of now they're making their own investment in the past understand why that have to happen to drive the market.
It is kind of interesting governor is somewhat related -- that one of the arguments the president is going to make it already has make or.
Made -- others close to him.
Have for this reelection campaign is that hey listen I bailed out the auto industry and this is thought of industries talking about American auto makers of course.
Like General Motors and Chrysler he's not talking about Volkswagen.
So this idea of an American auto maker I'm sure you probably think that's the words in your mouth that you probably think that something of a misnomer down where you -- Well we -- we actually you know Tennessee where we're blessed to have that General Motors has a large presence here in -- -- -- -- Volkswagen I have four billion dollar investment here and then.
Recent today they're announcing -- adding a third shift -- thousand.
Manufacturing influence in Tennessee.
You know obviously -- there for German companies Germany's -- -- here.
That their use and how workers' right here in Tennessee producing.
So there and and employing Americans and and and Toyota does the same thing in other that's based in Japan but there I mean there is set so in some ways there are.
I've heard this argument before maybe don't think it's entirely true but almost third American auto makers in.
In that way the cars are made here by Americans.
Well I just left a plan for.
-- floor full employees who are -- celebrating the announcement your Volkswagen I guarantee you they consider themselves American workers.
And is -- more this coming down the line.
But you know about at least.
Stated that if something similar like the and other auto -- that are planning to expand from what you're hearing.
We -- that we've had little success in.
An automotive industry recently and with that the great thing about that with things like us this every time Volkswagen in this energy and that's -- job.
There's three or 45 supplier jobs that's relevant and if you talk to folks -- manufacture windshields of tail -- through.
Our format everything else they would tell you right now other businesses terrific -- a little bit about the global demand that -- auto -- and love it's just what's going on Tennessee right.
-- -- you know that's a big big lot of discussion about unions and everything else that we're went into today but we will talk about what about the governor -- thank you very much for coming almost as we appreciate it.
Thanks I appreciate -- --
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