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With this -- studio managing partner and intermediate partners -- member of the council formulations and doesn't he knows the political scene about as well.
Well as anybody we have no Democrat -- Democrat what do you think this -- help the president does it -- or is it too early to tell what's your analysis politically -- -- watching -- with the storm.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- All the way to the top and so turnout is is you know well is is an imperative.
This week it's it's just it it's just a problem it's it's it's a crisis for the women and men who live in this area -- ourselves included.
It very little impact on on the presidential election and a greater moment and it came up in the earlier show.
Friday -- we're gonna see in other jobs number -- we saw GDP late last week.
This election is going to be decided on on these economic news and at the two of you do a better job than others of understanding -- really is going on here when -- when when President Clinton said it's the economy stupid.
What really happened all the way back in 1980 we went to the 24 hour news cycle which you represent firsthand.
Aunt and so the the ability of the press to cover economic news intimately.
Has really been enhanced -- jobs reports GDP reports.
That prior to 1980 with the advent of CNN and -- that later yourself.
They got sort of pushed aside their their only covered and print now they're covered it very intimately so this is gonna be decided in the middle west.
Where on the jobs numbers the GDP numbers it's going to be decided this day in new descendants of these swing states.
A but it does it make ends begin with swing state did Cincinnati Enquirer had a poll out that has -- real clear politics average and Ohio still has Obama up about two percentage point but that one.
Poll from the Cincinnati Enquirer have -- neck and neck 49 to 49.
To that point that -- cause of the weather.
Because they are canceling some events today that dollar spent on TV and those ads that are running on radio and television -- they even more critical.
The cause of what's happening with the weather.
You know it's been a tsunami of dad's little little we assume -- I have -- -- I I was in North Carolina over the weekend -- which continues to be a swing state.
In -- is just overwhelming.
And and so there's almost nothing you can do in this latter week that you -- -- -- seen.
All the TV time with bought up as early as Labor Day there there isn't there isn't what's called -- avail left.
In the in the swing states and debt again I don't think it's the impact any Friday's jobs report which -- -- be pretty good.
Will be a further.
Impetus to that -- Outcome no way they'll delay that right and then there was this all this talk him and taken and I was speaking about it a little bit before -- went on the air because.
The -- the Census Bureau that was asked about it said another no plans to delay at and I said dial back put money on that there is no way hey if it definitely not right before the election -- and Alan -- Well a month ago when he we had this Sturm and drang with Jack Welch and when which he -- it was a fraudulent number.
I know how that numbers put together -- it's it's a thousand pieces of information.
That would have to be manipulated its not manipulated the these are bureaucrats who do this.
In a dead at the same way since 1947.
Month they have no I understand that a result is not a good time are gonna be delayed -- yeah any reason it would be delayed.
The only reason Washington shut down today as we are here in New York.
If this thing persisted and there's not a single suggestion that we're gonna go past Wednesday.
If we don't go past Wednesday where the women -- man who put the numbers together can actually Gideon -- have but.
They're not gonna delay it look at conspiracies that if you get other conspiracy theories that if they delay the report -- well Hillary in there with that it's going to be a good report.
It's going to be a quite good up four point 9% unemployment good.
-- -- -- -- that the measure.
Known auto agreement whatsoever throwback to 1980s -- the only major is progress.
And -- what do you use the official numbers which will show that there are five and a half more.
Job private half million more jobs officially.
You look at the aggregate numbers which the three of us have spent a lot of time -- -- this this real unemployment.
Progress had been made but may begin it's not a national phenomenon that's a -- it's what's happening in in these twelve states.
Whom seven -- five -- three you know it right now it's down it's true swing.
You probably down in into the Florida Virginia.
North Arkansas Ohio and I thank him in the -- -- Ohio.
-- I actually think Ohio is is already starting to move in favor the president -- winds down winds.
That he loser anyway that -- that Romney wins without Ohio.
I don't see a scenario that he wins data highlight that -- -- that in our politicians -- out right now you know the other thing that's happened dig and its interest thing is the plethora.
-- polls -- at least be one or two.
Now there's fifteen in Ohio alone if you went when -- when you heard about the average there isn't a single one of them that has governor Romney -- You know this -- -- side though the Cincinnati Enquirer have -- -- bit which you have to be -- to look at it oh sure that the Brett for the do we Dublin Ohio is the scenic one on McConnell and always has been hurt.
Both parties there's the ever present up to and the average that's the real clear average and Ohio.
-- -- -- it's always good to have the unfortunate that -- plus granddad.
24 hour news this is change the landscape more than once that he should talk about and Twitter we'll -- every twelve to have a huge impact among them -- I -- -- a big impact on how people saw the debates right some -- people who you know what since that everything is instant now and prolong Brent.
And the -- -- -- -- software -- of these days we will talk about race here.
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