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-- need a new government for a new century.
Humble enough not to try to solve all our problems for us a government that is smaller.
Lives within its means.
And does more.
-- the commitments we make to each up.
Through Medicare and Medicaid and Social Security these things do not -- aren't initiative based strength and us.
They do not make us a nation of takers they.
-- -- Scott destitute democratic presidents one what division.
-- streamline government -- -- -- -- Just a completely.
We're gonna -- that now with the former democratic presidential standard bearer.
In 1988 -- of -- -- of course returns over the -- state of Massachusetts governor very good that -- what do you make -- -- We're back by the what's -- like the banks.
-- can't and I don't know I feel about it and I'm Amanda warehoused.
A bailout after president notoriously.
Do it did its doors they skip -- with a buck out above but I I blood -- -- about.
This approach to two democratic presidents toward.
The government and its role Bill Clinton just getting reelected embracing.
Its smaller size -- decent size this president.
I'm doing very little it would seem at least citi's inaugural address to address -- here at a controls -- either.
Well I don't think it's out of control what.
What Clinton left us with a country in -- checked.
-- -- We get a balanced budget first back to back surpluses and what fifty years Serb.
-- Florida half percent unemployment.
And I don't think he did pressuring the government I studied built a very strong partnership.
We the public the private sector which -- think what you have do what they -- of the current president must do the same thing -- you know that's the way we grow so well I don't see this is.
We're not growing with this strategies authority -- -- rings a current guitar well you don't have to do -- to -- We're growing faster than the other strategy which is what we're -- Europe.
So work and I am I optimistic for equities feel about the next four years I think it -- And some of this nonsense.
In Washington over clips of debt limit so that kind of stuff and we worked together I think this can be a terrific next four years -- But when you -- Massachusetts and one of those about the messages is miracle is that -- -- simply covering your campaign.
And I hats off to talk all reporters as he did during -- campaign including one there was -- prepared to ask you questions of the time but you Reuters -- crisis.
If you would do it in a balanced approach in other words you would look at that revenue but you would also look at what it is streamlining what -- -- excesses wouldn't just just the Massachusetts government.
The -- that this president gets -- a lot of Republicans say well you're very strong there hiked taxes and now on the rich one all right even more.
But you don't seem to be nearly as eager to rein in the spending -- is and that the part of his miracle that's missing.
Yeah but they don't wanna do -- -- agreed to they wanna leave the defense budget there and I don't know I think you're actually right you mentioned it's an absolute right.
But then they're -- well -- -- -- well and I think.
I think what I liked about the president's speech when -- came to the foreign policy and security bank.
What is comment on the fact that we don't have to live with perpetual war for the rest of our wives and for decades decades.
And I think that may turn out to be one of the most important parts alleged -- We've got national security defense budget which I think it is.
Why only got to control.
Is a kind of Cold War budget but -- very different era.
And I hope that -- the president and administration and good Republicans and most Democrats will take a very good look at that because.
-- -- you don't miss an opportunity -- to do so let governor when he you know inaugural address is I don't all of al-Qaeda.
But broad visions that you spell out some of the he -- about -- a State of the Union Address.
But this was an opportunity to say look I see the magnitude of our dead -- -- the magnitude of our problems I'm not.
You know oblivious to this side I I want us all to join hands -- look at ways to -- Get it's down to size without dividing our classes that I I don't know what that opportunity.
Was seized on appropriately enough today and -- -- -- it was just not his goal.
-- it was a different kind of stage but.
There's a president who has cut spending.
And wants to cut more.
And I wish I could see that desire on the part of broad bipartisan basis especially the kind of defense budget -- Leaving that -- just to serve so well out.
Sadly the offensive but you have to say governor really -- all citizens that.
You -- this president has cut spending you ladies curtail the growth of what it would have been otherwise but it is still ballooning debt I don't hold him.
Solely responsible for that but the fact of the matter is he's done little to address that explosive growth would loan agreement with -- -- -- -- the single most important challenge we faced investor is getting this economy -- And at this point deep cuts the budget don't do that you know that and I don't bet so when I want this is well -- Well I think that is when you -- can generate some revenue -- you're gonna deal -- this problem but.
I think in the immediate problem is going to be getting academy will bring it precedent for infrastructure door got to step.
Kinda -- we should be doing in the context -- -- Five to ten year plan and I'm not talking about phony -- -- about serious stuff.
Which begins to bring this budget balanced but we have to get the economy growing and -- over economics is not gonna do that -- Okay.
Governor always good to its -- even on the phone.
Always do well -- -- -- another -- that Washington if you know we're out.
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