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-- who remembers the prejudice -- for years ago governor very good daddy thanks for joining us.
Thank you so much smell nice to speak -- -- patted its doughnuts aren't.
Well as predicted it's very very close of course I'm -- -- -- -- -- is closer attention as they could to your commentary air trying to get here what you're saying about Ohio.
Because that's of course is that.
Bit of the Bellwether and I'm very pivotal and what is new with Ohio -- you have had better update tonight and.
Well that is as it has I was trying to say it's it's -- with all these different states coming in governor too close to call.
You know there's a strategy biggest Romney folks have that if they were to lose a lot of and right now we're -- the president leaving but I should stress governor.
You know -- better than anybody of the -- numbers that come in.
Are the early voters and there are a lot of them.
So I don't know whether that is at a around the ratio that most orderly votes would come in.
But we knew that would be strong for the president I don't know if that stronger or not as strong but it is stronger the president we haven't actually gotten.
Dale votes in yet so that remains to be -- we do know.
That a hope for pick up for Mitt Romney in Michigan did not materialize tonight do you think his opposition.
-- auto bailout hurt and there and could have heard of -- Ohio.
I think the media's narrative about his position on the auto bailout hurt him because he wasn't able to.
Kinda redefine the message and that the message was that he didn't want to see the auto industry fell in.
Those blue collar areas especially but those early on ads especially the early on being at.
We're very powerful you couple vols went to bed the media's narrative that -- I think really stretch the truth in terms of what.
He felt and it was the solution to -- I'm auto industry's challenges in America.
And he wasn't able to redefine.
Eight himself in in those areas those blue collar areas where people want to believe that -- leader in the White House.
Would be there for them and it would do all that they could.
To around to make sure that -- industry who would be therefore argued their jobs for their children's jobs do you.
Get a sense governor that.
The auto bail out if it costs that Romney folks.
And and it could hurt them in some of the real union strongholds in Ohio and up to compensate.
Or wiped out whatever game Romney was experiencing -- independent voters in the like.
And his explanation.
For his opposition.
Come back to really heard and tonight.
I think that key in this election has -- the auto bail out and Romney's to handle -- of at least it in the answers to the questions about what what would you have done had you been president and the auto industry was suffering as a it is greatly -- it was.
His handling of the questions and his campaign's handling of that the questions.
Outlook wasn't just as powerful as it should have -- And you know that's not -- beat pessimistic throughout the rest of the night and -- and it concede that -- this is a lost cost far.
For Romney heaven forbid because if Romney doesn't win we will see it catastrophic setback in our economy if Obama is back in -- but yes I think the auto industry issues.
In Ohio end.
And Michigan especially.
I have been absolutely -- out.
-- opposite at a at a minimum governor -- thank you always a pleasure -- -- -- presented.
Thank you governor cerebellum it was in this nail biting opposition four years ago has a running mate to John McCain as the states are coming in and US all the.
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