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But it doesn't have to be -- -- -- McCain says voters could still stand up to all of this reckless spending that's just piling up.
And the huge deficits that are piling up even faster the former presidential candidates as bad as -- -- Americans different we do have the guts to make the cuts.
He's out with a new book that pretty much says we will do what's called 999 an army of Davids and -- you argue well we are resolved to take on the spending alive because not all of us are.
Absolutely -- And if we don't.
We gonna be in the same situation that France is in whether people are rejecting fiscal responsibility.
When I first heard about the results in France.
I was I immediately thought about the late Tony Blankley who wrote a book called the west's last chance that's the United States.
And -- we don't get people to wake up.
In terms of how class warfare is the -- in this country.
Class warfare is -- of people to expect that all you have to do is tax the rich that that's gonna work it's not gonna work.
So this means that this army of Davis that I talk about in my book meaning people who get it people who wake up to what's gone on we gonna have to.
What happen in France was a bad day for the global economy.
Bad -- from France and he could be a bad day for the United States if many about -- citizens don't wake up.
You know what worries me so I don't care what side people -- on this but.
It's brand serving you well the the -- -- -- this streamlining was relatively minor by comparison.
Nothing like that they were entertaining in Greece or Italy or Portugal or Ireland.
Yet even there it was sort of like Planon brought up.
And Sarkozy is out.
Some beginning to wonder where the will -- is in Europe benefits not in France where again -- -- -- these cuts were minor by comparison.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- I mean for the people to reject raising the retirement age from six that this takes the two media and by the way -- -- new leader who's gonna be -- next -- sort of manifest change.
He wants to revert back to the younger it.
I know and what I'm saying is if people -- rejecting cost cuts are solely because -- a two year increase in the retirement age in audited.
Gained some fiscal sanity.
And the new president saying he wants to tax the rich seven percent.
Look the bolts -- gonna be sold feel -- Atlanta gonna be -- feel people won't be able to get out of France.
Asks another what if all the bolts are filling up at the same time you -- -- say like there's a move across Europe to tax the -- I don't know.
To the degree does that -- to new socialist leader in France wants it to 75%.
But right a lot.
And this is a global trend of something this president wants to see enacted if -- Is reelected up.
So this is not unusual.
I guess then the rich have to decide don't wanna be taxed at 45%.
50% seventy popular and make their calls accordingly.
Booklet EE is that where we're going years is the idea of resolved.
To go it to the rich and pay for all of us.
That is the -- and -- and if America does not wake up let me rephrase that if vols they get it.
Don't wake up and out -- the clueless we're gonna be headed in the same direction this is what's so frightening about this.
-- -- -- your big Tea Party hero they loved I remember being in Atlanta long before you announce your presidential run when it was just a room.
Yes you are rock star -- -- the Tea Party movement was very very big part in Atlanta and elsewhere.
And now beginning to wonder Newt Gingrich when I know you supported if you dropped out of the race.
Who was right that the Tea Party movement itself has lost -- home from paraphrasing but he says it wasn't what it was do you agree.
No I think that the key -- movement have not I don't think it has -- this old.
You just don't see it as much that's been represented in many aspects of the media.
But here's what's happened this ridiculous on Wall Street protests thing.
That's creative destruction a distraction.
Is causing all the other big hit more media attention the some of the Tea Party that I have been to dozens of even after I dropped out of the president to race but I've talked with a lot of Tea Party people -- not still do.
And I think that you gonna see that the impact is gonna be great but here's -- here's what's frightening about this whole movement.
Is that the same people who pro testing all of Wall Street and all the other places against that -- the -- They -- basically mimicking the same -- added -- that happen in France.
And if those of us that get it don't wake up and show up in big numbers that the polls -- going to be hit it right down that same path.
That's the most frightening part.
You don't want to be frightening as well as that the Occupy Wall Street is there indiscriminate raids notwithstanding.
Might interpret these results are threats saying see that.
We -- often and loud enough no matter where we're doing it we could topple governments we can out Tea Party the Tea Party Woody's.
I think that is the attitude I think they are celebrating right now.
Look what we did in France and look what we -- -- Greece because you know Greece the people who voted in -- they also rejected this austerity.
You know they are looking for other countries to bail them out.
And I understand that Germany is pulling back on a deal that they had to try to help France -- Luckily kept them that they don't wanna have now been active -- -- -- Germany -- under saying that's it game over.
It game over and so what I'm saying years.
We got to work even harder -- in this country to get people to understand that we are on a roll to find natural disaster if we go to route of France and Greece and it can't happen here and that's not just you know that's just not exaggeration.
Alright -- 999 an army of Davids yes the book is out running up the best seller charts Herman Cain is the man.
Thank German very good -- against.
Thanks DO not -- is the anti socialists antidote.
All right you've got to let go of his time and time to move on maybe eight campaign campaign of about half -- anybody very good job as always -- -- today.