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You know -- -- -- these talks tracking polls it's okay these exit polls.
President Obama is still thought very highly here in fact -- -- -- roughly the same approval that's that's a Governor Walker.
When when asked how would you vote back in November vs Mitt Romney.
By anywhere from a five to eight point -- us sisters the president is first heard that might explain why he.
Opted not to get in this race what do you make of that and whether Wisconsin is in -- for Republicans are not.
Well I think it's quite telling that that president did choose to stay away from the locker recall effort.
Until that obligate -- effort -- -- the last minute via video and mania a little spot that he did -- he knows he cannot be attached to this effort.
It would try to -- the people into believing that.
Bigger government more debt insolvency.
Is a way to create jobs and to save an economy he doesn't want himself team -- with what a lot of this issue is all about so I think it's telling that that.
President stayed away until it was kind of forced into goaded into making a comment or two about it.
Because -- believe that he's just going to be.
Appalled and shocked to -- that I've the majority of voters in the state like Wisconsin and elsewhere does the fact that maybe they.
Like Obama as a person.
I understand that bigger government centralized government isn't the -- truly is the problem.
Seven artist and -- -- -- -- governor Scott Walker.
He talked about -- despite the notoriety is getting here is -- -- consider running for president is not interested in being Mitt Romney's running mate.
But he did say -- there's one Wisconsin night he would put on that ticket if it were up stamp and that is Paul Ryan what do you think about.
I think Paul Ryan is a good -- He truly -- the fiscal conservative.
You know I get frustrated just as a member of -- general public.
Even Paul Ryan I believe sometimes doesn't go -- have we any sudden and relentless reform when it comes to -- in.
The government's budget as we're spending more and more of our children and grandchildren's.
But for a billion dollars a day -- -- that we're incurring any debt on -- national level it's on ethical and -- like it is illegal but we're doing such a thing.
Paul Ryan at least it's Kenya -- fight it out trying to share these good ideas of how to rain again more power to -- So when -- -- -- President Clinton that he did I -- today -- -- saying a little bit of it yesterday.
That now is not the time for for big austerity -- that it would add just the opposite effect would make a bad situation.
Worse what he says.
And yet President Clinton and bless his heart he worked closely with Newt Gingrich goes -- -- goat to balance budgets -- -- surplus on the federal level.
That was a bit of austerity that he embracing he practiced.
And we appreciate his efforts so.
Kind of thing what is got to say you know forest party in forest -- but.
I believe deep deep in his heart and he has got President Clinton who knows we need austerity measures he knows entangled -- he's European nations.
That are going under an America have the opportunity.
With the workforce with the technology with the natural resource is to be developed.
We have the opportunity.
To really need government allow the private sector to do what it does best in our ought to -- no worse to -- invest and create jobs.
And that -- tells a bit of austerity.
You know governor has its dignity and you might even be hearing yourself for them that the the horn honking the -- -- the screaming.
And -- was just occurring to me what your thoughts are this -- how divided this state remains are divided we as a country revenge is a great deal lack of -- saw myself.
When I was broadcasting.
A street side yesterday some people -- really likes it said nice things governor and other people said things.
I I well I know you encounter yourself good and bad but some things I can't repeat their children watching this hour.
So it's -- city gates to dream I love love hate -- today.
And I don't know in this environment.
Whatever the results tonight whatever the results in November whether that changes a -- just going to be.
Divided America what do you think.
We will -- perpetual lease severely divided as long as people believe that -- political parties are the answer to solving so many of America's economic challenges.
Sometimes people put partisan shift in the way of just doing what's right for the people and applying common sense to what our economic woes are today.
If people can just kind of back off back away from that obsessive partisan -- And understand what to do what it's gonna take to put the economy back on the right track and that that's it and just within that is an inherent.
Unifier right there -- that just the ideas of of common sense of of living within our means as a government of allowing the private sector to grow and thrive.
Once we get there -- -- and I think we're gonna be forced to get there again as we watch the European countries.
Sink under debt.
I think that we will unify it we will have no choice -- America will goal.
Down that path of some of these insolvent European countries will go under so we could have no.
No choice here we want to save our republic we have to unify not put obsessive partisanship.
In front of just doing what's right in reining in government spending.
Alright Governor Sarah Palin it is always a pleasure and -- thank you very much.
Thank you keep up the great work.