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It faces a fifteen point seven billion dollar budget deficit that's inside the state now is the question.
Will -- states end up getting or asking.
Or demanding some kind of federal bailout.
Republican California senate candidate Elizabeth and income is Kia in it now students she is the Republican candidate challenging time finding I think and the nominee now -- -- Well you got an awful problem -- -- California budgets absolutely are you gonna join the bandwagon asking for a federal bailout if elected William.
Well I gotta tell you which we have to do in California is finally get our spending under control -- answer isn't to continue.
Asking for more funds whether it's through taxation or through the federal government we -- -- address the spending why should anyone.
-- any assistance to unless we address our little group problem -- with -- welcome -- the program.
And you can't be elected by saying we're not gonna ask the help from the feds know -- and -- cut -- spending more and -- You get -- -- kind of -- -- we have to get the economy growing again the real answers to make California competitive.
We're at a point now were everywhere -- -- knows a family business.
That's left our state everyone does when you get to that point turns out the electorate starts to wake up and decide we need new leadership in California.
Tent in market IBM I did in you were part of that you're doing cost control right isn't -- -- up you're -- absolutely hostage opens yet had to occurs when with IBM and one was with Autism Speaks doing the legislative work there and I had a -- receipts -- federal agencies.
You cannot imagine the lack of fiscal controls that -- agency level Amman institute some of those program okay -- I put it to this is California GAAP.
I used to live this.
But I -- that be you know up a Republican or get elected to statewide office.
Have you looked at the numbers this is saying what he's originally -- I'm telling you I'm Michelle I -- -- the surprise of 2012 and it's time for people to start taking a look at these numbers and not.
Believes the there's nothing to look here look away there's no problem in California it's got -- -- primary dispensary jungle primary twenty for candidates there's just -- -- us that came out.
Dianne Feinstein and myself you take the GOP numbers 39%.
Dianne Feinstein got under 50% 49% for the first time in her political career.
She's on the wane that's at ten point spread that's for the senate race ended in 2010.
And this is an anti incumbent year.
I give you Dick Lugar I give you responsible Scott Brown.
This is -- -- for California we're we're tired of being at the bottom -- every relevant economic measure and it's time for change -- -- volunteer incumbent LLC is -- powerhouse that California and she does have a lot of financial support you can't -- that she's got some good friends well I California that she's helped -- Washington well.
But let's let's also.
Understand that she presided over the decline -- -- -- for the last twenty years and this is an anti incumbent year I I would.
-- say that having that long term incumbency 42 year political career twenty years in the united.
I love your message -- it's only hope that you don't have any illegals working for you that -- that you underpaid at 2000 yeah yeah I'm any rally and -- we're all right gonna bring us a.
-- you know everything in my background says Karen compassion for families have been working on behalf of families hurt the last fifteen years.
And I welcome any challenges and scrutiny of my -- and in my record bring it on.
Elizabeth -- and of the Republican candidate for the senate seat to Dianne Feinstein in the through November election that's right thanks for joining us acceptances again absolutely.
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