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You attend for you right now Paul Ryan Scott -- to lead us from Wisconsin in the national political spotlight.
I say the industrial midwest may be leading the way for the new -- told -- -- right would movement let's bring in senator Ron Johnson.
Republican from Wisconsin.
Senator is that is that right I mean it is.
Wisconsin leading the way for the rights of the industrial midwest suddenly flour and what's going on.
Well good morning -- what's going on his Wisconsin is really -- pretty fiscally conservative state.
-- the people here are our largest folks that.
Have a very common sense notion that government ought to live within its means and of course are seeing President Obama not only -- -- -- -- about dividing this nation.
But also -- racking up another five point three trillion dollars worth the debt -- -- that.
Debt burden on the backs for our children and grandchildren.
And then they recoil by that I mean they're shocked by it and does so what you saw in 2010 when we turned Wisconsin.
Pretty blue state.
Rather you know -- so the Governor Walker survived the recall.
But I don't see any reason why November 2000 trial should be a different I mean what some of the problems is just gotten worse over two and half trillion.
I'll status is a few thousand down -- saying and so -- that that debt out.
Rapidly rising national debt that is a really big issue in Wisconsin.
These are some sort of -- you know she's -- realize that what about Medicare and Obama cast the debate pale into insignificance compared to sixteen trillion dollars worth of debt.
It's all part and parcel same thing Stewart -- mean let's face it.
What is gonna drive our -- and -- of long term is the factory we have failed to address the Medicare situation.
President bombing he's proposed four budgets he is yet -- any solution.
-- to save -- Social Security or Medicare.
And that's that's what's -- because of the -- explosion illustrious as pres Obama.
In his health care law that actually steals.
Initially 500 billion as the budget movement window moves for now 700 billion dollars.
You take a look at what's gonna happen when the health care a lot spending really kicks in 2016.
No cost two and a half trillion dollars paid for by what about a half a -- there half a trillion out -- attacks in -- where's the other two trillion dollars in income from Stewart.
It's -- come out of Medicare he's gonna bankrupt the program far -- far fast and needs to go.
Now I'm talking about and Wisconsin leading the wife for the rights.
Strange -- coming from the midwest.
But I don't think Wisconsin is a Tea Party kind of stages it.
What's happening Wisconsin -- and we have very active Tea Party.
But the Tea Party realizes where we have a two party system so certainly in my race I think in 2012.
The Tea Party really works very properly with with Republicans let's face it because artists fiscal situation so serious.
You know were all fiscally conservative now I mean we -- it's it's really kind of one big issue we we've got to stabilize or debt and deficit.
We should do without raising taxes because that will harm economic growth.
Republicans and Tea Party both realize that economic growth.
Is a number one component to our solution that's what Paul Ryan brings the ticket he comes from that growth -- He brings a certain seriousness of purpose and mr.
that's why I was so pleased by the by the -- voted governor Romney senator that it signals that he is serious -- fixing these problems -- -- -- shown good to see you again.
Our quick question is -- place -- about bipartisanship.
In this process for lowering the tone civility don't don't.
Don't we have to move in that direction.
So Doug I have no political experience I stepped up quake as I'm concerned what's have this country I'm willing to work with anybody.
Who's willing to -- now's the problem in work in good faith but let's face -- -- you know -- Obama on his last two budgets were so on serious.
Three votes in congress told mortally zero to 610.
-- yes to start compromising.
Is remember that other members members of his own party.
It may -- -- -- -- in his budget may be good for Democrats to pass a budget Millicent.
We have to elevate this conversation as greets you guys its in its governor Romney that is attempting to do that.
It's Joseph Biden the by the -- those comments were despicable.
-- the president in his party is lying to the American public about Mitt Romney's record about what is proposals are about.
Paul Ryan's budget what's elevate this let's start start time -- the facts and figures.
Because you -- what concerns have on our side we have the facts and figures we have the truth.
If that's -- governor Romney saying let's talk about big issues -- elevate this debate.
And and talk about what we need to do to financially -- this country.
Republican senator Ron Johnson from the emerging -- Republican state of Wisconsin I think.
Always a pleasure to have you with us up thank -- -- -- -- appreciate it.
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