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So Bill Clinton -- this Bill Clinton wants Wal-Mart to open a store in.
Don't -- Libya apparently it that'd be a lot easier than Wal-Mart opening a -- these days in -- Brooklyn.
Near politicians made sure that tank rapid the last thing they want it was there's not union tree growing in Brooklyn so it won't.
No one argued Wal-Mart would create a lot of jobs Democrats clearly -- though that they wouldn't be union jobs.
Suppose it's like those jobs didn't count.
Count on Bill Clinton did say any jobs do camp that's why the former president was challenging Wal-Mart to go to Libya.
To help great jobs in the world's most troubled areas I want to just to think about that.
-- gonna was a dog about union jobs are nonunion jobs bill -- it was on -- about jobs just jobs.
Work just now.
Because the world needs those jobs in the appetite is such -- -- wal mart's affordable goods that the world is screaming.
A price break obviously the most successful democratic president -- FDR figures it's a win win.
For the folks who need the jobs and the beleaguered customers who trust -- of the New York City area need to price relative.
Ironically Clinton was saying this in New York City.
We're such rights were denied an American retail without residents ever having a say in the matter.
Made -- a former president figured if you're not going to -- -- jobs tree grow in Brooklyn.
For -- sake we have tried planning one end but why don't -- -- Think of the magnitude of that.
Think of one of the most respected Democrats of the last century.
Saying guys maybe we had it wrong.
Maybe -- issue is in.
The type of jobs whether -- union jobs.
Whether -- democratic friendly jobs may -- the issue is the inherent dignity of work.
You -- demand.
A -- You give a man his -- Bill Clinton got that I just wonder.
Whether the folks in town in Washington.
Even know that tomorrow -- him.