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Eighty CEOs signing on to a letter publicly calling on Washington to fix the deficit or else believes that the dollar's been talking with some of up and she joins us now.
Losing out plays something we talked to UPS we're gonna get to where UPS that in a minute -- Washington DC this is called a campaign to fix that that they've amassed thirty million dollars at an advertising push to get watchman.
To act and we have CEOs come reportedly never really talked before Dennis -- -- for example -- Allen of deer and Michael Dell's saying this to Robert -- this morning.
About the deficit here's Michael -- That would be essentially.
-- the country.
Play chicken with the with the country which I do not believe there's a good idea of you know -- I think you're asked to consume some combination.
It's something like the -- -- and visit as a logical way to -- this and it's also -- it's also clear that no way we don't.
Musician and spend more money to.
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Up on Scott Davis on the deficit unlikable leadership in Washington.
This the companies -- the CEOs are speaking -- right now.
Here's UPS say I want our elected officials in Washington DC to start -- this country -- way we run -- companies with real leadership courage discipline and foresight.
So they're worried about another debt ceiling fight type.
Type of a fight and the issue though is.
The -- get it done congress tents and react to their voters not CEOs that's the bottom line even the CEOs are calling for gradual change.
In fixing the deficit.
And so again let's have a -- -- a crisis -- sudden eruption of leadership.
In Washington DC it's not clear whether or not can -- get deficit reform but here's -- that CEOs want they want they want it this in deficit cuts.
There's serious threats economic -- hours -- raining and they want that box every pocket in tax in.
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