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All joining the company now governor Mike Huckabee.
Governor of President Obama -- agenda seems to be unraveling but more importantly seems to be like invisible president I haven't seen him since the second -- since the a second term began.
Let's talk about that what's -- -- where's the president.
Well good question -- and he just got back from 100 million dollar.
Excellent adventure to Africa but the fact is he's -- he's really a wall on many of the issues.
He hasn't personally spoken out about Egypt.
But more importantly there are many things happening not the least of which is the decision to delay obamacare by a year.
At least -- large businesses look for there to be a delay on individuals before.
I would say this summer is over.
OK so let's let the -- of -- -- I know obviously there's a political -- him.
Economically they were looking to raise about eight billion dollars a year from the penalties independent course -- -- and raise them raises just as much on individuals.
So was this all politically motivated -- -- when he fourteen is it actually.
Sign of desperation from the White House.
What Charles -- -- Seneca and this just because you want to delay at all after the 2014.
But it looks like that the senate will likely tip to the Republicans and the house is not going to go anywhere near.
The Democrats as long as all these businesses are gonna end up laying people off.
And the fact is this is going to be a big big jobs blow right to the god of workers here's another thing they couldn't answer the question.
In regard to immigration reform.
As to well if you don't have to provide obamacare.
To these eleven million who -- now -- be declared legal.
Wouldn't it make sense to fire your current workers.
Hire these eleven million.
Therefore you escape obamacare and nobody in the Democratic Party.
None of the supporters of the immigration bill could answer that our question I think they realize that the train wreck was definitely -- Cataclysmic.
And of course you can also add to that that this gives businesses a year -- fire people -- -- or or push people onto those so called state -- the few that are set up.
But this way back to our last conversation because I thought about it a lot since then.
About the GOP being able to take advantage of this and and -- -- the question about whether moderate or a conservative can win.
And you talked about the fact that the last two candidates for the GOP were moderates and they lost.
I I -- I agree with you but I thought about it they were moderates but it seemed like they stumbled trying to beat conservatives in other words certain things they said from the conservative.
Welcome hands if you will where is was what really hurt them in the general election.
-- Charles I think there's a couple of factors that will determine whether or Republican can win one is authenticity.
You know voters don't have to necessarily agree with a camera that they -- far but they have to believe that that candidate at least agrees with himself.
And you end up nominating people who you know can't seem to decide what they want to believe this morning.
And every poll changes their convictions people -- -- -- that they want people whose yes is he asks who's now was a no.
-- they know where they're coming from they know what they're buying.
The box is consistent with the serial inside and that's what people are looking for but the second factor.
I'm convinced the Republicans have got to speak to the working class people.
The Republicans have done a pathetic job.
Of explaining why smaller government and lower taxes actually empowers -- -- he's taken his launch and a lunch box today.
Lifting heavy things all day.
And coming home and haven't really scrub hard to get the day's work off his hands of -- say one word -- that they may.
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