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People are reporting that they're feeling like things are getting better with the economy overall but then.
And a lot of these polls individually they say they're not improving as fast as they want them to -- -- -- his benefit.
Well let me say you with regard to Romney's quote just there aren't -- trusting people yet Romney doesn't trust the American people.
Two in providing his tax returns over the last ten or twelve years like George Bush has done.
Like Obama is done he doesn't trust the American people to come up with a verdict.
Of what his is behind his taxes why is he so scared in trusting the American people in just doing that let's move on on that issue.
Going to your question I think what's going on as people understand that we were in it and close to an economic depression.
We put a floor under that the Obama administration stopped the bleeding and now we got to change.
-- course united.
In trying to strengthen our economy and we are.
On a firmer ground than we were coming into 2009.
And now we got it solidify.
That going forward.
It takes it took us eight years to get into the ditch it's gonna take us some time to get out as well but we have changed course.
So what I would just to sort of address did his first point there there is a poll that shows.
The Romney's wealth makes people feel like -- doesn't care a lot about the needs of the people he wouldn't care a lot about the needs of the people.
And you know David you bring up the taxes issue.
Bobby does fare better you know on that issue and that is that a reason that that -- would be holding back on attacks.
We're sure it's an issue that governor Romney is -- work on how his message I mean.
You know I'm not knocking speak to ten years of tax returns and always put out water I mean that's a lot of information go through I'm not sure why we need -- and but there's no question there's challenges here but I think at the end of the day.
-- to be Americans looking at the results I mean President Obama is the one that's that he would cut the deficit in half he's gonna do the opposite the end of his first term.
There's just no leadership here we're continue to digging in a hole you talk about Begin a whole we're digging you'll hold that look bush was responsible this do.
But -- Tom that we have real leadership but Washington is set of politicians who -- always concerned with just the next election is Tom deleting government.
David final word on that.
Please if I might this is coming from.
A Republican Party whose leader Dick Cheney said deficits don't matter when they were run -- them -- and run in us into a ditch.
And now they're gonna apply that standard.
To Obama using whatever resources are available to get a -- I don't know not a lot of domestic Internet -- -- a deficit I'm doing.
But unless we get to a stronger economy.
By which we can get more taxes and revenue into the government steady things out and get economic growth back.
We will not be moving forward and essentially it's already -- -- we're going gals who go to get they ditched that so we have to do.
And that is what -- President Obama is doing in turning the course of tide on the economy.
Finish up or you're just got to say Allen well -- won't talk about what Vice President Cheney said let's look at what Obama said in April 2000 non.
-- the end of his first term in office he'd cut the deficit in half.
He's gonna do the opposite were projected at -- one point two trillion dollar deficit this year he's continuing to dig big -- President Bush did.
And British running off that left in this rolling down this course it's not god always have to do is a look at Greece and to see the real consequences of -- Look this is Democrat Republicans -- but they've got to work together to solve this and it takes leadership.
And into the -- that -- -- gloom and doom projection of comparing the United States the most powerful country in the world.
To -- I mean that's you know -- drive to the bottom we're nowhere close to being in Greece's situation.
By just four point of reference.
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