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And he's an -- looked like Syria won election.
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Of them well right.
Now why why do you think you lost election.
Senator McCain yeah I think that I think there was you know unfortunately he got caught up in an environment where people were blaming the our party Republican party for what they perceive to be a lack of commitment to some of our principles when it came -- fiscal responsibility.
There was an economic meltdown.
It was an environment that was just a very very difficult one for him to overcome there was a tremendous -- and and you know under different circumstances I think he could have done extremely well he's an incredibly as you know principled leader great American hero and I wish you would have won that election but he certainly.
Someone that we look to for leadership in the United States senate.
I'm looks like exactly what you want to on a Phantom of the Opera anyway there's going to be congressmen.
Are one of -- -- -- -- from our.
Gonna go out -- history his history will judge all that but.
All I know is that it would then I think suffer any Republican in the last election to the one I think Senator McCain.
As he always does waged a very courageous campaign under very difficult circumstances and I just wish -- would come out different.
So there's -- -- -- and now.
Where it appears that there's been some sort of significant.
Impact from the -- Party we're -- and -- I think the message out of the elections yesterday.
Day and what we've seen a lot of the primaries around the country is -- people are extremely frustrated.
They're angry and they're afraid they're afraid of this out of control government Washington TPC which continues to take over more and more.
Or private economy they're worried about the debt that's being passed on the future generations and they want somebody to do something about it I think that is the the one message that is consistent and it's something I've heard across my state during the month of August -- travel.
In ten other states during the month of August on behalf of other candidates and that's a consistent message people are fed up with out of control.
Washington spending in the runaway train that they perceived to be the federal government Washington DC.
And they want change brought to Washington and people who rein in spending.
Work on getting the debt under control and work on creating jobs and growing economy which I think they believe the current administration current leadership and in congress is ignoring.
London where all maybe not -- and -- trust me.
Did a lot of people -- -- -- didn't vote for him think that that's exactly what was gonna happen my elected President Obama.
I think a lot of people dead they they they got a pig in the poke and a lot of thought that they were voting for someone who was going to be focused on jobs and the economy and they got someone rather who was focused on creating and growing.
And expanding our government here in Washington DC the one thing president has done fairly effectively.
As -- and lots of new federal.
I government jobs in the bureaucracy here in Washington but at the expense of creating jobs and real economy which is where most people live and so.
You have the federal government growing at a time when we're shedding jobs in the in the real economy across this country and I think a lot of people -- -- at least that I talked to think.
That they they thought the president was going to be govern more from the middle is going to be a guy -- sort of got it in terms of job creation of what they have seen and instead is someone who has governed from the left and what I consistently hear is I didn't realize he was going to be that liberal and a lot of people figure that out before the election but a lot of now figured out after.
Well I don't think even gonna surround himself -- the same rich white guys.
The bush did so mean on November out of this -- I -- -- -- on.
Only did -- call all people are Goldman Sachs and -- -- -- your daughters and a -- and apparently that's on November offense not Monica but is inaugurated the -- of.
Well that and a lot of the other people that -- populated his administration with -- people who.
I don't think -- understand what it takes to create jobs on the main streets of America he's got a lot of academics and a lot of people who.
Come from places you really don't have -- real world experience and I had and I think that's showing and we're seeing that obviously.
The economy I think is reflecting.
Are your Tea Party -- like you.
Well I I hope they do I'm certain -- I think in line with -- things that they believe and it in my view what animates a lot of people were active Tea Party movement is.
This concern about the size of government.
I think that the Tea Party.
Is extremely concerned about fiscal responsibility.
And the need to rein in Washington get spending and debt under control so.
Those -- things that I agree with them on a 100% and I hope that.
In the November elections we will see a big turnout from people across this country like we've seen in some of these Republican primaries.
And that they will send a message to Washington that they're they're sick and tired of the way things are being.
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