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And that was that including this next don't I just got -- today -- seconds ago Tim Pawlenty joins us right now the former Minnesota.
Who was again on the short -- for vice presidential candidates.
Once again your bridesmaids I was also the second -- on your show it's always the second always -- -- -- -- hello it's it's good to be with you -- good to have you governor on news.
Any regrets that he used started this debate out early.
You found out earlier than anyone how important muddy floods and uses these races is Mitt Romney had a -- did not say it's not to.
Dismissed what he did but how to -- it made it very tough for you to do and it.
We had our chance -- -- -- a shot at it we didn't get it done so no excuses no regrets and I would look to the future in the futures -- -- only candidate Mitt Romney elected president by the way -- be a great president he's got all the tools.
All the experience the maturity to -- on the judgment.
In the right direction for the country that you had did I know this little water and -- red dot colleges -- -- unpleasant news outlets you had a fully vetted they were really serious about you.
And then they went with Ryan it's just the -- -- after four years ago John McCain you've got to a way of saying.
What is it -- me.
-- -- -- It's an honor to be considered I didn't expect to be a vice president this time but -- selected to be the -- this time -- can't be disappoint it was something you didn't expect you know.
Proposed deal think -- Republicans have a shot at winning your space.
Well Minnesota is an uphill battle it's there's a chance there's hope but you -- Minnesota hasn't gone Republican in presidential race since 1972.
It's the longest and that it's the longest unbroken streak of any state in the nation does it phony what democratic governor because if it was not -- -- shows.
I'm -- nitrate and nominal lead.
-- -- -- The target it is it is the spill over across the Rust Belt across.
The midwest do you buy that I think there is some -- Directional.
Momentum that she can have in -- region but each state is clearly different with its own culture and history and traditions you look -- hopeful.
But Minnesota could come in supply that if you look at the history it's fair to say it's a bit -- neo -- You've heard that the job district it has to do to convince people that it's.
Up to the job many people they said as.
-- for the job governor but is the polls and they get big deal of this.
It's gotta be -- -- about that.
The president is more likable I don't know how you -- like ability generally if someone gets -- job that and then makes me feel good god I like it.
But he did -- it -- Does this ticket after work done that and how should it.
-- candidate brings strengths or weaknesses to the table.
Mitt Romney's got incredible strengths.
And by the way as a challenger against incumbent presidents he's no worse than tied in the -- -- by many national polls ahead in the polls.
So they otherwise it's a lousy economy writings that didn't matter IDC -- -- the other right now it's hard to beat incumbent -- the only.
But -- -- to witness and also say that most people -- the undecideds.
Really make their final decisions in the fall and as people get to see Mitt Romney the more they get to see him -- gracious kind.
Generous optimistic hopeful energetic man and person that he is they're gonna like you know it.
In your -- governor we're very -- -- blowing smoke but a real gentleman and stuck to the issues you didn't pander to people.
The argument in this day and age especially that would this coming ball game day it's gotta be nasty but to -- -- -- And that's just the latest -- days -- substantive debates are not.
I I don't buy that in the obviously there's an exchange back and forth they can get a little sniped we are very good summary I think the outlook -- the voters still wanna see.
You wanna do have some substance that you bring something -- the table it's not just rhetoric.
Actually gonna solve the problem.
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