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Who's to blame who is to blame for our struggling economy this new Gallup poll.
-- -- 68% of adults still pointing their finger at.
President George W.
Bush blamed bush 52% -- President Obama -- to -- and that -- -- But to make of this particularly come November Christie Todd Whitman is -- former Republican -- -- Of New Jersey Christie does this change.
Between now and end of the year because it seems it's been steady for the last couple of -- I think it will most definitely I mean you have to take ownership for your policies at some point.
And the Democrats have been control of both houses have the presidency.
-- well control the senate now.
And both houses and -- presidency and then they've instituted policies -- president is talking about all the policies he's instituted that -- supposedly improve the economic environment.
And yet to.
We still have and we're lagging we're not doing well on the national scene you have individual states continuing -- Republican governors we see jobs being created and things going better.
But these kind of take ownership of the American people are gonna look at who can what are you gonna do for me in the future.
Or you -- my -- this argument such as it is even sticks this long I mean they asked the same question six months after President Obama took office and the number.
On the quote unquote blame bush category was 80% now but now it's still 68% which is kind of hot as people who either have a great deal or moderate amount blamed the president.
They have been doing a good job -- going to keeping this -- -- up and blaming that's what happens I know that's what happened with -- and even though that was a year.
Other policy between the time I left -- time -- Jim McGreevey became governor but he blame me for everything and constantly bid for.
Two years -- her -- was in before he resigned office but.
You know this is a kind of drum -- against some people's had -- at the end of the day when people go to the polls this coming November they're gonna say.
Who's in office now whose policies -- we've been following for the last four years three and a half years and what who's going who's outlined the the ability to move forward in a way that makes sense to me and it's the most credible and I think that's what's gonna happen and that the speeches that they are giving.
Now finally starting actually outlined policy are going to be very important.
And -- Wazir has op Ed in the Wall Street Journal today arguing that this is a new set of problems and that certainly say that would seem to be -- -- call.
On avenue to go down for the Republicans that these are new problems not just a continuation of all problems that started before President Obama was -- -- Right and that you know.
I think I think it's true and the American people are gonna it's gonna see through this at the end of the day they're gonna vote on the two candidates -- what -- those two candidates have presenting and that's going to be Obama's record.
That is going to be looked -- not George Bush to record.
Governor -- great to see you analysts had to see you as always so.
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