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Bush -- Now advising Romney his quest for the White House Karlinsky tears dressing up his take on what -- -- the Republican National Convention last -- are wonderful to see you.
Welcome to you which convention speaker impressed you the most last night or even -- -- well.
And I was totally.
Impressed with our Condi Rice -- thought she was breathtaking -- -- -- speech at one moment she had the whole audience.
You know somewhere in two years some have goosebumps it was just.
Remarkable how she.
Brought that audience a life and then of course Paul -- Who brought energy and electricity -- that all but.
He also explained.
Medicare in obamacare in a way that no one can do so in the country so he's going to be such an incredible asset.
To get the truth out.
Not you know.
Half truths or or playing with numbers but he's gonna get the troops -- -- the American people understand.
What's at stake here.
Yet some of their early criticism from Ryan about Ryan brother -- that.
Painted with broad strokes last night that.
He was trying so hard to move away from his image as a policy want to.
Well you know I mean it's it's a convention speech and and it's not a time to come out with a lot of facts and numbers and you know it's not what people are there for but he came out with the enough but -- amount with the enough.
To show -- That bomb that Obama can hear and what they want to do with Medicare the numbers don't add up.
Are taking 700 billion dollars -- from Medicare which is going broke.
To start this mammoth new government bureaucracy -- Crazy but what I would -- immediately clear -- to suggest look.
He's talking about smaller government less spending cuts cuts cuts which all sound great and it's very easy to jump onto that bandwagon.
When it comes to putting your money where your mouth this.
It's a bitter pill to swallow an I don't know if when faced with.
The cuts that this country needs to make to get us back -- firm financial footing that a lot of people would go along with that.
How did he handle that aspect of things.
Laureate sets a very good point I mean we we are up against a monster.
-- called the deficit and called the debt.
At a wal risen off under President Obama he has increased five trillion dollars -- that is bigger than our economy so this is not going to be easy.
But for sure what we need is leaders.
We need leaders -- afraid to confront the reality we need leaders who think of the country first politics second.
That's why it's so important get Romney and -- in -- because you start out with leadership you start out with -- executive will with political will.
These two men -- these are serious players they they're here to fix problems not.
Make speeches and get elected and you know and and and and be a celebrity this is the real deal.
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