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Our -- out all right well let's personality extraordinaire.
Analyst let's start with this first -- all -- -- Because you're the one who was already -- -- -- telling people that Mitt Romney will win before the debates I absolutely have at them wouldn't Mitt Romney is gonna win this election from.
Because reality will intervene people vote on pocketbook issues and the pocketbook issues don't.
Add up very well for President Obama here's here's the thing -- time that the president's not arguing that the pocketbook issues he's saying did me more time to make it better.
Does that mitigate and neutralize that in that particular angle -- -- -- now I don't I don't think so I mean I think when you go to the gas pump and and prices are 385.
You know that your life is not better that -- -- and especially because.
We have a situation where the president has attempted to do.
Really zero in order to try to try to work change that for American families people aren't stupid at the end of the day politics becomes.
Either way not only that he's taking credit for the benefit for all the energy production in this country right now absolutely we -- think we could go to George Bush -- -- right.
Being the guy reported -- -- yeah.
Renovated after all it was George Bush's policies that at least that supply you were just talking about made it possible but still does you know I wish I could say.
That that that is is that simple you know because who would like this is not that simple people -- way that's why they spend a billion dollars -- commercials.
And you know a lot of people there seems to be some interest.
A strong interest -- of people who believe.
That it's not president Obama's fault.
You know -- he does need more time that its policies have put a dent in the problem but you still think.
More more people will have some sort of epiphany.
And it's not a heart of Katrina happened -- go to -- gas station -- gallon of milk twelve and that's what we do.
Right I mean we're we're not sitting there watching TV more -- sitting there asking for commercials to be brought -- -- were were out their living her life.
And I can tell you right now my neighbors my friends my family life is harder now for them than it used to be.
And that's really the reality inside the pew poll and I don't mean -- to denigrate the top line number.
But if you look at the difference between September and now.
There was a seven point bias on Democrats and the September Paul they had Democrats coming out at plus seven.
And now they have they have erase that deficit so in the top line.
That's I think that's one of the things -- you're saying.
What's really important those when you looked down and this is what pollsters are doing now -- at some point you mean they were they were registered Democrats and other registered report out today in their in their poll sample.
They had 7% more Democrats showing that they all say to the person on the other -- and the phone what what party are you aligned with.
-- it's had -- and they had 7% more Democrats showing up at the polls.
For this election likely voters.
Likely voters exit exactly right have to -- -- This time around there there is there is no right plus sap and its -- is basically tied down before.
Let you go on looks like this really real big -- Wall Street that is changing their tune with the president Goldman Sachs employees.
They -- they gave more than a million dollars -- President Obama in 2008.
Dollars this time around but in the meantime these same employees have given Romney 900000 and another 900000 to super pac that's supporting him so.
These are numbers that come to us from the Wall Street Journal obviously that's a massive reversal.
Just like this whole thing with women voters.
They -- -- win and Wall Street is Smart money and they're gonna they're gonna bet on who they think the winner as they thought the winner last time was Obama this time -- think the winners going to be Mitt Romney.
They want to keep access company.
Before I let you go are you implicitly saying though for the most part you don't trust polls and all that because because you felt this way.
Free debate that the polling.
It's just all all this is completely ignoring common sense for the most part well I trust polls as long as -- a valid tool it's not it's not it hasn't been a valid to they're not.
Measuring reality that Democrats aren't gonna turn out at 7% higher than Republicans.
And the selection and if they think they're going to -- going to be very -- November John ransom thank you very much really appreciated her.
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