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The talk now is really about how Obama's numbers are really increasing that.
The economy looks like it's growing you've got zone some very nice numbers coming -- -- Wall Street.
And so his approval rating was about 50%.
Now is this temporary it's.
Bubble here for Obama or is there -- some long term issues that really are going to play.
Much more significance than.
Then -- from school right now.
I think you have to look at it you know we've lost one point two million jobs this president Obama's been in the White House so thankfully for all of us.
We're starting to -- -- employment numbers out.
Creep up and I think this is a long term problem that his administration's gonna have to address.
And focusing a lot of time on it coming into the election but.
You know -- the short term gains -- are good for all of us but I still think.
I want you look at the Republican filled -- -- we've got leaders who will win the nomination who have business experience I think it's a pretty clear cut choice.
-- -- -- I think it's really tough to be pessimistic about the numbers no matter Hamas how much -- is trying I mean that joblessness grid is down ending and -- steadily maybe slowly but steadily decreasing -- the president's leadership.
A consumer confidence we've seen as it is gradually growing as well and the stock market is is -- so I don't see what the what the cause for concern is I think the economy is steadily stabilizing into the U Obama administration's policies and I think the Republicans are a little bit nervous about that from a political and -- -- -- make it a political issue.
I'm not an economic.
What that the economy is such a fragile thing and anything can really offset it and and so.
Can you really base can you really see what's happening economy mark and and say that this is going to be a steady rise up until.
The election or is it is it a little more tenuous when you look what's -- happening in Europe.
You look at what's happened with Iran a lot of these things can change the game in an instant.
Absolutely there's no no question whatsoever that this very interconnected and then there are a lot of variables at play.
I think that the the president's policies though when you look at every one of the variables whether it's job.
The reduction in unemployment periods consumer spending.
We're -- a great trajectory.
The economy has momentum I think people are very optimistic about that I think the the -- -- people be the first to tell you that.
You know nothing is for certain -- are if if joblessness goes under the -- down a -- of course there's going to be a lot of -- -- politically on both Republican political side.
But the fact of the matter is that president is committed to the fundamentals of the economy restoring those fundamentals that's -- the new budget he proposed does her.
And I think that people are starting to see that and that's why you said earlier that there's so much support for the -- for the president.
And the approval numbers are as high as they are.
-- -- is is this really make a difference and help Leo GOP candidates actually -- -- campaign because obviously Mitt Romney is a good businessman.
They like his business sense of for the most part he that's his strength -- -- he has this has weaknesses in other areas but.
Does this make a difference then for the Republican voters saying.
The economy stronger do you really need a stronger.
Economic person in the White House -- Youkilis -- like Rick Santorum.
Who you know certainly have a handle on the economy but is really more about.
What I think what the country needs right now -- certainty you know small businesses.
They need some certainty about what happens tomorrow they're trying to hire but they don't know.
What regulations are going to be enforced what new regulations are going to be added we don't know what obamacare is -- mean to the bottom line of businesses.
So I think voters across the country special Republican voters are looking for someone with business experience and who knows how to put.
You -- job creating plans in place so that we can continue to add jobs in this country.
Small businesses are who are looking for just direct path forward that -- we've been able to get we have not been able to get from this administration.
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