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But Jason checked it to Utah -- -- the company now.
By congressman we had a big economic number today he specifically.
Jobless claims way up.
It was a surprise was reported about three months and my question is this do you do you as a Republican congressman.
You won't -- confidence level you have in the administration and its economic policy.
None zero negative.
We have -- through this now for 1617.
We talk about jobs jobs jobs that the only jobs that are growing are in the federal government and -- just let the markets these yet.
That -- -- I wanna jump in because I -- know what you'll gonna do.
-- pretty soon I suspect that you'll going to be faced with a couple of bailout demands.
We have Randy Weingarten head of the teacher's union -- in the Wall Street Journal today public schools need to buy about she wants 43 billion dollars.
We've got cause -- George Miller from California.
-- a hundred billion dollar bailout for the states.
Would you do as a Republican congress who would you vote for this kind of bailout.
Absolutely not now look the states are gonna have to take care themselves report nearly fourteen trillion dollars in debt.
For spending 660 million dollars -- -- and interest.
What we need to do is drive down the capital gains tax not raise it we need to bring the corporate income tax down I'd like to see it right down to 10%.
You would have investments -- in this country drive down the corporate income tax and you'll see.
Investors thriving in the United States of America itself and no it's not big government big governments on the march.
But that's why the markets are reacting so so poorly to a one -- regulation what what about voters do you think -- stunned the political corner because.
And I could -- as well clearly in favor of government action.
To deal with the panic -- to deal with the recession they wanted that.
Have they changed their minds of the -- buyer's remorse about begun.
Did they want results in the results aren't there and the fact of the matter is that.
With Nancy Pelosi and Barney Frank and Harry Reid and in Barack Obama look at the results coming the Democrats have the house the senate and the presidency -- on this problem.
And I think America understands we're off track and they want to see -- get back on track and so I think changes in the air do you see that the elections that are happening right now.
But you know we -- demonizing.
All kinds of industries Wall Street in particular.
I'm the president is using that demonize -- -- and will probably get financial reform act expensive Wall Street and and I put into that that will be popular.
It's popular to beat up -- -- beat up on wall street beat up on BP and the oil companies it is populist stuff.
I think America does get it I think they'll understand that we need -- loosening up of credit they want more credit in the marketplace but I think time.
The Democrats running out of it and -- bank tax I don't think that's gonna go very far to be up on your local -- -- your local credit union and for more regulation and -- market.
Clearly there's some adjustments that need to be made but this wholesale changes -- in the wrong direction look at the results.
The the bottom line is you won't get the results of the promising and that's why I think there's there's several wholesale change here in congress that come November we shall see congressman Jason Terry -- the Republican you talked thanks for joining us appreciate it.
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