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-- -- -- -- More now on the president's decision to shut down the jobs council house speaker John Boehner is office releasing a statement saying.
Look no further than the president's -- interest and learning lessons from actual job creators.
Whether ignoring the group are rejecting its recommendations the president treated his jobs council.
As more of a new sense.
Then a vehicle to spur job creation what -- -- -- think of that his former Republican -- from us on state of South Carolina.
And president elect of The Heritage Foundation senator gonna need to be here what does this -- About the White House and effort to create jobs by disbanding -- jobs council.
-- -- in I was a businessman myself for a 25 years I have my own company and last year -- spent a lot of time talking to businesses all over South Carolina really all over the country.
The president didn't like what these business people we're telling him.
That they told me that they were pulling back on their plans.
Because of the the the the uncertainty of Dodd-Frank of -- -- cost of tax increases.
The president has spent more on economic stimulus and -- more money than any president in history.
His policies are working -- he does not like what business people are telling -- Well.
Senator if you look at the that we talked about this the Dan -- earlier in the show if you look at what happened in the economy during the fourth court fourth quarter.
We had a contraction first cents to 8000 man.
If you're on the other side of the -- don't you look and that and say hey that is the very reason that the government needs to keep spending money.
That -- if government spending helped our economy we would have the best economy in history.
There was -- and there were no spending cuts in the fourth quarter and we haven't.
But even executed these sequester yet companies did began to pull back but it was more about costs of the threat of tax increases.
Of the implementation of Obama care.
And the inability to get the credit they need because of the president's takeover of our financial system.
Well what well what one of the things that the White House is pushing for is more infrastructure spending we have heard that over and over and over again.
Why won't the White House and get that because it seems -- if the Republicans don't have much of a leg or even a couple little toes to stand on at this point in terms of fighting the White House is agenda.
Vegan it's just a difference in philosophy the president and his party believe.
That the government is the central player in our economy so when we talk about cutting spending they think that hurts the economy.
That defies everything we know about our country's history and free market economics.
We know the more money you leave in the private sector the more the economy grows the more jobs are created.
Democratic presidents have known man and so -- Republicans this is the first president in my lifetime that is continued to go the government spending -- Despite the debt this is the slowest economy and -- history as far as being a recovery.
So I can't believe the president.
Doesn't understand what's going on he seems intent on bringing our country.
Down so that he can reorganize.
Senator it was good to say is senator Jim -- congratulations in your new job we will see you often I -- Be well thanks day -- and --
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