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Contrary never specifically referenced that he -- -- his remarks continue and will bring Nazi you -- -- tell you what he said in a moment but never specifically were mentioned.
This morning's below forecast report we go straight to the campaign of a Mitt Romney now for some reaction to all this and we have with us -- frisbee as an advisor to Romney and address for Stanford California so we were waiting for the president to react to this morning's report.
Sure can both agree and it's fair to say if it had been stronger report we probably would have heard to remark earlier.
On the president's side but -- ever said anything about it your candidate Mitt Romney did earlier talking about.
Cutting taxes fewer regulations and -- those side that those kinds of things that's kind of sets us up right going into the fall -- These are much different views on where we are the world.
Much different views on where we are -- the world and to varying different candidates as I was listening to you.
The president's remarks and Ohio and governor Romney's remarks earlier.
I was struck by the the directness of governor Romney's remarks the specificity of governors -- governor Romney's remarks about policy in contrast to the president's.
Lack of discussion of policy.
When you said that we have to do better that we have to put Americans back to work.
I was and waiting for him to say and that's why we need to do the following things these -- the policies I want to implement and instead he said.
And that is why I'm running for a second term exactly is present in the United States.
All they called a jobs report this morning it's quote -- step in the right direction one of his economic -- that pointed out earlier that there were twenty some months of -- -- 28 months of the -- Of job growth at four point four million jobs added over that.
A particular time -- so they'll make that argument but let me go back to the point you made about -- This specific steps that governor Romney wants to take because some said well he -- outlined those he's he's been more generally just says fewer.
A less government involvement we wanna cut taxes we want we don't want as a said earlier as much regulation but what we.
The difference be between -- president Romney and a President Obama what would the real difference day.
Governor Romney has a 59 point economic plan I've read -- and I encourage everyone in this -- -- read it.
-- you can see exactly what governor Romney plans to do -- he plans to look.
Past the -- necessary to start working on the Keystone Pipeline he plans to review.
All the regulations passed by the Obama administration in their four years in office and repeal those that are.
And impeding economic growth he plans to revisit financial regulation with Dodd-Frank.
And of course he plans to repeal and then replace in a way that helps Americans and a real way.
The Affordable Care Act.
How would you characterize surely you how would you characterize this morning's jobs report we just had to put it in a word to say that this report.
Is -- Is disappointing now.
So it's just but is that probably -- -- another I'm just trying to get out directional issues -- we're going in the right direction over the fallen off.
They didn't seem like governor Romney was it didn't seem overly aggressive in the way he went after this morning but.
Well private sector did create 80000 jobs that is said a fact is creating jobs is better than not creating jobs.
But this is the third month -- around very weak job growth in the past three months the economy has created fewer jobs than it did.
In all of January we are now on month.
41 of unemployment above 8% so this is it -- a difficult.
Economic picture for Americans and I think that.
Governor Romney's -- this morning was respectful of the fact today.
That this is tough times for America and he wants to put America back to work through I did it set of specific economic policies and that's the seriousness which he brings -- this campaign and he'll bring the White House.
And the people who are calling on and to be more.
Give people say hey I'd rather see him go after President Obama more -- us seem to be more aggressive on the campaign trail does he get that in the running -- -- sort or do you just don't think he needs.
And the president's economic policies are failing and that governor Ronnie is.
Talking about that was the American people and I think that as we proceed over the next four months to Election Day that that's sort of conversation that.
And that union got checked conversation with the American people continuing and that's the kind of conversation that we need to be happy I think that.
Some sort of rabid dog attack on on the president.
Is not really -- what.
We need to be doing right now we need to be thinking about how to turn this economy around and want policies are gonna do that and that's the kind of conversation that governor Romney wants to be having with American.
Not we'll keep having the conversation now we're gonna talk about this market sell off for a minute but to attend the threat -- from Stanford devices governor Romney thank you for coming on.
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