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-- a question on the big banks went on our nation's mortgage collapse got going in the rim and that ultimately.
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Did it for years then everybody female old and we made it as easy as possible for people -- almost all of market please -- These -- and what the government does.
The government sets the rules will -- Duane -- don't believe in the marketplace for the match worried right now.
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Play you know -- just pisses me off too many people don't listen to -- already met him.
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Anybody can you want more formal regulations.
You got you a lot more regulation and he's would you want you want to break that what you want we're gonna say yeah golf.
You don't -- -- -- quality.
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Please give them handicap.
Governor yeah way that you usually deal at their constituent I think he -- That would have helped their mind out.
And a great deal -- you get used to -- -- wanted to how is dealing with these and you know we should point out that the the first -- that the videos says that there were some troublemakers in the -- in the background up and that you know that's why that's a riled up however.
We can attest we've seen a round up a force that not all that -- and his behavior.
But so that's one thing and then get this thing is the underlying sentiment -- -- Well I think.
The underlying sentiment -- two points.
Three points to which -- -- one is that we have too much regulation from the federal government I think that's true the second is that the housing crisis and a lot of the banking crisis resulted from federal government actions and I think that's true but where I disagree -- the congressman is that I think the banks in many instances were at fault.
And I don't think Republicans should be out there defending companies banks that are too big to fail we just thought with MF global they made a hideous bet lost hundreds of the millions of dollars.
And they went bankrupt as they should we saw with Lehman we saw with other financial institutions and I agree with the congressman that the the federal government shouldn't be bailing out these failed institutions when they make a bad bet but clearly there is fault on the part of the private sector as well in creating both the -- housing bubble.
And the financial crisis.
A lot of effort under way to rein in spending without them of them fail in the election last night.
Now there's word that some of the members of the GOP's super committee are willing to raise taxes basically that they're willing to ad revenue is as part of this package what do you think about going Martha.
Those are two different points raising taxes or raising rabbit trail and I think raising taxes is the worst thing you can do -- we're still in a recession we still have.
Fourteen million people underemployed or unemployed.
But you can raise revenue I mean I don't think it's necessary in 2011.
To continue to subsidize -- ethanol growers I think there are other.
Elements of and breaks in the tax code that we can eliminate make it a fairer system and generate revenue I also agree with the president's own bipartisan commission.
That you should raise the tax rates you should lower them.
They they Bowles Simpson commission recommended lowering the income tax rate to -- 4%.
This president keeps on insisting on raising them I think he's wrong but I think the Republicans in exchange for a significant amount of real cuts.
In discretionary and entitlement spending in Washington should agree to close some of the loop -- and raise revenue.
As a popular argument.
And when that -- get a lot of attention thank you so much governor.
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