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It's November metal former top executive over Microsoft who says it is time for the media to stop being so soft on the president.
-- says there's a reason why so many companies are warning from Intel and FedEx to -- a Burberry there weren't which is -- Bob says he already knows room.
He is voting Mitt Romney the former Microsoft chief operating officer.
Says he's staring away from the president -- for political reasons but for some believe you know immigrants.
Bob good to have you the biggest being what that your concern -- more years of this will do what.
-- the policies that have been put in place -- Simply have not had much impact at all and so.
You know that decision is fairly clear we either model through the next four years much like we have the past four.
Or we decide to tackle these problems send.
That is the issue and I think that.
Romney needs to focus on the the sheer fact that what's going on here is that.
The president is focusing on Romney as a person trying to find anything negative he can.
And secondly Romney's plans.
And any time a plan creates a change.
That means there's an individual that might be inconvenienced.
Or a benefit cut back and they serve it up as a victim.
And they claim that Romney is out to victimized.
US public so.
It's it's a sad tale that we have to elect a leader choose a leader in this country with such an abominable process.
What do you think about it it says something about the challenger.
And may be why some are leery of electing him.
If he's got such a bad marketing campaign and.
Well that one thing that Romney needs to do is is basically go to the public and say look at what's happening here.
They're trying to demonize me and that's all they can do -- demonize me because the policies haven't worked.
What what do you guess what I don't -- started this campaign where is going to.
Through -- spell out exactly is gonna spur some growth lot of critics is that he's got to be be even more specific.
And the sort of reinvent himself if that's what you wanna call it.
Fifty days out is a risk do you interpret it that way I suspect interpreted somewhat different well.
Now I don't think it's a risk I think that's the only game plan this to explain to the public the severity of the problems in fact though the president is not doing that.
The president it's wants to talk about Bain Capital and horses -- the at the Olympics.
We've got to get to the issues how we're gonna solve them.
And most importantly tell the public these are serious problems look at Greece looked at Spain look at Italy we're right in line.
But you know a lot of -- so it's gonna market -- -- -- a lot of you look at the markets they look at -- and hot selling apple phone there look at technology beginning.
So roar back and -- an exception I know some of these companies warning about Europe and exception.
And their -- is you know maybe things aren't so bad.
What are you sent.
Well I think in certain product categories that's right you know.
Good innovation does excite people.
Not only in this country and other countries and that will continue to be the case.
On the other hand you cited the specifics coming into this program in terms of the this -- situation where Iran and so we need to confront these problems and it's going to be painful.
And Mitt Romney needs to do what -- Ronald Reagan did this go to the public say this isn't going to be easy the problems are severe.
You want a government that tackles these problems.
You have two choices muddle through or begin to save this country -- our kids and our grandkids.
And create America that we can all be proud -- All right -- good seeing you again thank you very much.
Nice to see -- -- bottom all by the.
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