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That campaign Greg -- half on the Potomac research group joins us now.
He's in the sunny DC all right Greg.
I think that was a pretty good move on the -- severance primus to -- -- previous should set.
To pull back the debt clock all within sight of everybody inside that convention to have an impact.
That's quite an arresting number it's worth even more than your total net assets story.
That's that's a lot of money sixteen trillion dollars you know but I I take a contrarian view will probably argue about this Stewart but.
It doesn't bother the bond market if the bond market isn't worried by it I'm gonna sleep just fine and -- The right many bond market votes as though on the and is also a lot of votes is who really care about sixteen trillion dollars.
Yeah it's a big number and -- -- might push back and say -- Paul Ryan doesn't balance the budget for over two decades.
But it's gone up a lot of under Barack Obama and it's gonna be used against him probably effectively all right you brought up Paul Ryan let's -- that one I would suggest that Paul Ryan has actually.
More unified the Republicans.
Than any other potential OPEC coming.
They look like a pretty united potty now.
They sure do and in in looking at the polls in the last few days I heard -- Scott Rasmussen is great.
Earlier he didn't see a big shift I can almost sense in the air.
More spirit more enthusiasm on the part of the Republicans and it looks to me.
As if in the midwest Ohio Michigan things have gotten closer -- -- Ryan was put on the ticket.
How many people Greg that that you know.
-- -- really really demanding.
Another four years of president Barack Obama how many people jumping up and definitely got to -- -- the company into this we gonna happen it.
Yeah I think they're meeting in a phone -- later later today.
He but he here's the thing what that what.
The Democrats will do next week in Charlotte is paint the Republicans as to extremists that's their only hope.
Is the same with -- stuff with the goal standard and Medicare changes again.
Abortion the Republicans are out of the mainstream they do not have a positive narrative.
To elect us it's a negative narrative as to why the Republicans are too radical that's their only hope.
Well look at that 72% of voters in the Washington Post poll 72% of them think the president Obama's -- -- on the economy is the major fact for the November election that's a huge number.
And that's a big negative from the the president -- Absolutely and I got to think even if we get a good unemployment number in about eleven days Friday the seventh of September.
I think it's too late I think people's attitudes on the economy have hardened and they've and they really obviously heard Obama.
Now earlier today we had a marketing -- -- on the shows who said look.
That that -- Mitt Romney.
Should forget about the the issues forget about the economy people have made up their minds on that what Mitt Romney should do is get out there and -- finally.
Five wonderful songs a fine wines have terrific guy -- -- grandchildren he's a nice guy -- extremist what do you think right.
I totally utterly disagree -- -- people want to hire somebody who has.
The correct prescription to make things better I don't think they really care what his religion is what is family looks like.
It's all background noise they want someone who can fix things that's his strongest suit in my opinion.
If they -- -- Q.
I mean this is a presidential election the person that you put in the White House is going to be on your TV screen every single day for the next four years they -- like Q.
They got to respond to you you've got a show on who you -- and that you all likable your good gone.
Well you know I watched very persuasive story I watched all twenty of the Republican debates this winter.
And I came away thinking after watching always debates -- pretty good he looks good he's likable he's funny.
He's quick he's knowledgeable I think he'll be plenty likable enough again people want someone who can fix what's going on that's his strongest suit.
-- -- that's gonna win.
I think we'll be up until 5 AM on election night to see what happens in Colorado and Nevada.
I still think the electoral map slightly tilts toward Obama.
But in the last since you and I've talked a week ago when you said there was a shift toward -- a year visionary Stewart.
Since we've talked a week ago I can sense things tilting a little bit more toward Romney.
You know flat -- looks wonders with me just keep on -- that you on the show every day if that's would -- reluctant.
That have been careful what you wish for and accept -- Greg -- -- all our pleasure thanks very much and it's -- -- and you have a.
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