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-- Anderson former Best -- CEO.
Can you say in the end disappointing for you when your -- what is -- Firfer somebody that's likes to the free market and likes limited government yes it's disappointing.
And I think.
I think -- we've had I don't know what your families like -- my family.
Dodd the debates between the two sides are are ferociously -- listening very interesting to see what happens tomorrow I know what you mean about by the way.
As we're talking here Paul Ryan has won his house seat in.
He could run.
For congressman again and he's also the chairman of the House Budget Committee but he conveniently easily wins is.
His house seat on these concurrently running for vice president he's been of course Mitt Romney's running mate solution to go down to defeat tonight.
To take heart -- knowing that he will still be.
A player -- -- -- power player.
In the House of Representatives but certainly some disappointment that it wasn't able.
To deliver his state of Wisconsin for Republicans tonight.
What do you make of that Paul Ryan and what future -- my -- should should -- it's too early say.
Mitt Romney go down to defeat.
Well but we're gonna see -- -- be Affordable Care Act get implemented we've got this giant deficit that's that's facing us we've got the budget cuts coming.
He's going to be on center stage.
Have no matter what happens so it'll be -- CC I can't imagine -- be a particularly politically attractive place to be.
But he's definitely going to be and now limelight I think for the next several years.
-- -- getting several reports to George Allen.
In Virginia is ready to take the stage we do not know.
If that is it consisted speech and he will -- -- to detain.
But where we're watching and -- we're just -- -- -- I've been telling you and others about how the markets are going and end up not liking what bearing that Smart.
Not exclusively that's what they're not liking it.
And I'm wondering what life will be like if everything we've gotten used to remains in other words a Democrat in the White House the democratic senate.
And a Republican House -- -- -- -- the next four years.
Well I have I haven't -- Biggest concern for the next four years is the things that kind of got us mad at each other.
Are gonna get sharper than -- because we're very different terms of our approaches of the what the way we see the problems.
In the way we see the resolution of problems and and our problems that we're confronting like the deficit might put the Mike the implementation the health care act.
Our are gonna become much more tangible that's likely to pull us apart I think -- -- -- together.
So it's gonna take some real interest -- statesmanship to start to reverse this and it's hard to see where the bridges are going to be built.
Do you think -- as the vice president had said that.
Republicans losing the White House might bring -- They're temperature down a little bit that he goes the compromise -- -- Everyone's comes back down I don't envision that I think everything it that visited the table was set exactly -- -- was you know but -- -- it.
I -- and it particularly with the election this close.
So you're gonna have a lot of people who are at more strongly never believe in employee and it's it's essentially it's an authentic difference in two different points of view.
And the president and and nor the other side really has I think a way to bridge those differences.
It's it's it's and there's no there's so there's no sort of infrastructure to try to pull us together.
Hot -- -- -- selection helps that.
-- we shall see a little too early -- -- it's always a pleasure thank you sir.
Thank you very --
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