Iowa Citizens Speak Out
Bret Baier talks to caucus voters
- Duration 6:26
- Date Aug 10, 2011
Bret Baier talks to caucus voters
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As ordinary -- Iowa -- and here my whole life I have two children.
And and I have a primary property here.
-- current in 1983.
And started a piece of Paper with a logo.
While I was.
Sort of trying to find a way world somewhere.
You have some parts.
-- students who started seventh seventh and family operates.
-- sent them back.
We're a little bit different in the midway and and and the -- not operate in -- because.
I think we know how to be -- when we need to be -- three different -- with different priorities and perspectives.
But similar expectations.
Of their political leaders.
All three you're taking a hard look at the president and the people who want to be president.
What's your job.
-- -- And the director of community -- Sean Jensen a working mom who -- -- -- and -- I will be going into third grade probably -- What that looks and important issue for.
I think them one -- the most important issue for me is education because.
You know I have children who are.
Who are in the public -- Incredibly important to me.
I think education is the key to solving many of the issues that we and our country I weary and not let me -- Huge debt you know that's not a nice thing can hand over -- -- say it out and figure out what to do it.
So yeah I mean I definitely think you are and -- the hope is an education and that's you know what.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- With a steady stream of GOP candidates flowing into Iowa -- is doing her homework and I voted Republican and I've voted Democrat plan.
I probably never voted with great confidence -- honestly the things that matter to me even more than specific clinical issues.
Are on the integrity.
And some humility.
And those are things I don't you know that I don't see and -- in politics.
Generally I think politicians.
Promising a lot and delivering -- And I would like the opposite I'd like some I'd like to see them be much more realistic about what they could really do we -- that -- against humankind and Max -- have very high standards.
Expect a lot and my own personal behavior packed a lot of children and their permanent act a lot of people that I.
Elect to represent me in my country.
This is an aluminum -- that there are a number eighteen point six.
David greens -- started his company competitive edge 28 years ago.
And advertising manufacturing company that does screen printing laser engraving -- printing and embroidery.
-- Hide under our business we think four dollars that you try to make sense if you think Green -- -- that kind of go too far backwards protecting your children aren't.
You try to make password -- -- -- credit though for many years and you try to have some sort of strategic growth plan.
What's the big thing -- looking for out of government.
Probably that's involvement on a daily basis actual working for the business because they really don't know the work.
In my mind being a -- health care plan.
Going added burden this will kill the business -- but it hurts profitability.
And profitability gross -- it creates extra employment extra jobs and growth.
Take all the money out intact -- take the money on health care taken out of compliance.
What you end up with the company that's operating near breakeven.
There's no future moment.
David says government regulations on his business have become more and more pervasive.
So much become lawyers accountants and interpretations.
You know you find yourself really waste an awful but it.
Socialist -- in the world.
You're looking for somebody -- can -- the business environment the right way to create jobs help you.
I think I'm looking for that I'm also -- if something's gotta big a big vision for our productivity -- America.
-- -- -- It didn't listen.
-- Hauser is in Iowa farmer.
Owner of the cows -- cattle company like David he's seen government requirements increase in recent years the when the issues we have to -- to regulate.
The last thing we want to do is rule in the land that we're there that we survive on we want to make sure that this -- better than we've got it.
I'm 35 years ago when I started farming because of our children that are coming back into the operation.
Bill is also an investor in Lincoln way energy an ethanol plants and production facility.
He acknowledges the corn based fuel additive that has come under heavy fire in recent years our community went out and gather private investment.
We built renewable fuels.
Because our country and that's to be tried to become energy independent.
And -- game when we look at the forces that have.
Come out of this process.
A lot of us feel -- the Vietnam vets coming home from Vietnam.
I mean what happened here.
Now where did where did the name of patriotism go where -- the American spirit -- He says He knows federal government help.
Will end soon.
Let's put the cards on the table.
But yet there's trade -- for both sides mostly markets working.
So -- candidate silence that is I think -- -- it and you respect that and back -- let's get on something more important we all know that gonna.
So what what the next -- Three islands with different issues that matter most -- them.
All of them say they have yet to decide how they'll vote.
We are just six weeks away from the next GOP debate on fox in Ames Iowa that's just two days ahead.
Of the straw poll a big event here in Iowa.
These three -- they say they'll make their decisions about a candidate sometime soon after that.
And the point Bret Baier Fox News.