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-- -- -- -- All right I'll let us right now -- what do you think about it this woman was on Monday -- earliest governors to take a crack at addressing public spending.
In our state I get moderate GO when -- obtained as I think she ran for vice president something like -- -- talent the former governor of the great state.
Of Alaska governor very good to have you you've heard these polls are too close to -- call right now.
Did you worried for for Governor Walker.
Governor Walker is not gonna get recalled nor will his lieutenant governor -- -- I believe that that the good folks in Wisconsin understand that.
Austerity is a good thing this is them a virtue would that.
The governor is representing -- he's just letting the public know that they have the opportunity to live within their means.
Actually cut government spending and see the private sector be able to create jobs it's a good thing and I believe Wisconsin voters will be embracing.
Do you think there's any thing to the closeness of the vote it is close I guess you can argue like you say governor -- it's a win.
But if it's a close win.
Is there any indication then added that he just barely survived that he's a -- governor for the remaining couple years here what do you think.
I think it's going to empower and the governor of Wisconsin and other fiscally conservative responsible governors across our nation.
And we're gonna see that relentless and needed reform.
When it comes to government spending on the state level as a result of this election L I think that we can't wait for the feds to do this we wait for the president or or congress to do this -- but.
On a state and local level when we collect and keep in office those willing to serve for the right reasons.
And that's to.
Hold tight the sacred trust that they have when they're spending other people's money and spend it responsibly.
And reining in government growth.
I think that these state leaders are going to teach the national leaders a lesson.
Do you think that out -- walker victory or whatever the margin governor.
In boulder -- other governors of any other either party.
It's it's it's a take a crack at reining in.
These public cost that it you know the pensions and health care spending that's running -- balk -- -- about it after Cuomo.
-- -- his strategy that a new York at data and he might secretly -- to resolve like this because it leave it it would Diebold to name did you just the same sort of thing but even.
Question will it embolden and empower other governors like Governor Cuomo and hats off to him early on in his term he had.
I -- headed declared that that bid to he would have a fiscally conservative and responsible bent to his spending of other people's money so.
It though he -- -- a different party the other party -- recognizes what government's proper role can be.
-- that our business and and personal lives and dubbed.
I think that he will be 120 to follow.
What Governor Walker will -- is able to succeed in doing in ringing in the government growth and it's all about allowing -- More opportunities.
For the private sector to thrive and grow and invest more of what -- this so owners earn and and produce so that they can hire more people that's what this is all about.
Well it is it don't doubt -- let's say the governor does he got a victory here.
Governor we did god so -- you probably don't have access to its -- to see what's going on but.
They're the crowds are building here as anticipated highs up protesters said those who promised state -- -- -- data -- are doing.
Just that they're gathered around here on the horrible judge crowds but it's it's bigger than it was Todd and -- -- yet.
This it might not be typical despite all of these people are angry.
Of majority of -- Wisconsin voters by bad weather that that the silent majority might as.
What do you make of that dichotomy between those -- vocal and angry and make it known and those who are quiet and just vote.
The vast majority of Americans are just quiet and they just vote because -- busy raising their families in running their businesses and just living life and they're not.
Ones to be caught up in in that political for a that you see there in.
In that Wisconsin but those who are angry yeah some of heaven bless their hearts and I say this as a former union member and -- My husband a union member it.
I think a lot of these big union Brothers and sisters who are angry.
Have been led astray by their union leadership that's union leadership has wasted ten million dollars -- -- governor who has merely.
Fulfilled promises in his campaign in a duly elected very fair election.
You are sure in and you would agenda via governor -- saying he's going to make sure that the statements within this means -- -- -- -- assault Clinton.
Ultimately prosperous state he's fulfilling his commitments and some of these union members -- These.
I guess proclamations if you will from the -- union leadership but -- telling them that they're getting screwed -- Well -- it's it's it's unfair to these good union Brothers and sisters who I believe -- being led astray and their manifesting that as being eighty.