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I had Richard -- joining me here deeper -- got he's a big a backer of the governor here a governor Scott Walker but what do you make of what -- may be what.
You know President Clinton let -- that that Mitt Romney is is a good -- He's a good man I don't think we have any terrible politicians -- is that differences.
With straps and we got a great governor.
He's done the tough stuff he's -- And when you leave you take -- -- It's normal but why did you get involved in this whatsoever during the break -- you don't do this sort of stuff you generally askew politics and and campaigns it's not your thing why did you make this -- well if you don't get behind people at walker.
Then chain economy.
I gotta get involved got to do something -- -- -- you fear because.
I think that we will have small business leaving the state.
For sure retired people will be gone.
They just feel that strongly about it B of the logic of what he's done has been excellent.
He makes sense.
Is adversary says.
Welfare people are being hit negatively when in fact the people that they the biggest part of their living with bills.
Food housing they have the most positive impact do you balance the budget.
But that's not the advertising going.
That those millions billions were given to the rich.
You see here that it was some of this been earlier today said look at it that the -- at this -- -- For more unions have more control of that sort of thing automatic.
I don't think they'll be more unions we just gotta get the unions to work smarter if they referred back to Samuel -- who said compulsion is not the thing to do.
They've got compulsion come and others here.
-- go from 50%.
Down to 12% because they were doing the right things do you feel a particular.
I don't feel -- for any unions right what I feel very disappointed in is their leadership.
Okay what was much closer rich people thank thank.