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There's a lot of talk up here on Capitol Hill about the way forward and the difference.
It seems like this election is is going to be pretty stark no matter how you look at what's your sense heading into the next few months.
Well there are stark differences between the two parties there's also a big difference I think between.
The way the Democrats -- -- run -- congress over the next several months -- election and what we ought to be doing so for instance we don't budget you know for the third year row and the Democrats have made very clear -- uninterested in taking a budget to the floor.
So at a time of record deficits and debts right even have a blueprint for our fiscal future.
So as Republicans I think we got to continue to push for and hopefully get a budget.
The house is going to pass one under Republican leadership.
They're already working you know -- and trying to implement that it.
To send -- to the same thing and so you have.
Competing visions about what direction our country -- -- -- but also you know competing view is what we got to do over the next several months in my view.
Given where we are as a country which is again record deficits and debts and a very weak economy the weakest recovery.
Since the Great Depression.
We had to -- acting both on the deficit and debt and also one -- jobs legislation like tax reform regulatory relief energy production of things we can actually do.
Why aren't Democrats moving about.
Well I don't know yet to ask them but I -- -- -- because he budget is tough.
It's hard to take these votes in the house they had seven different versions of what you come to the floor they had debates arguments.
It was a pretty spirited debate.
And at the end of the day eight people had to -- a tough vote.
Here in the senate I assume the majority leader's.
Worried about Democrats taking those tough votes.
Look it's it's not Vizio -- -- -- Budget Committee -- house it was a budget director's you know the last administration.
I put together budgets before.
Nobody likes everything -- -- him but that's our job as legislators is to provide a blueprint for the future.
On the annually appropriated spending but also on what do you do about taxes what do you do about entitlements.
And -- -- we need reform both programs and if we don't do that we're not gonna get out of this rut we're in terms of our economy.
There's some sense though that now that the Paul Ryan budget is passed the house that perhaps senate Republicans.
Are going to -- until after the election to leave.
Spending where it is under the debt deal.
To get over the election to basically not have to deal -- The tough.
Pushing up against the government shut.
I think you're right I think you know Democrats prefer -- -- but.
This is not a time for punting you know we need to get some things done and I know there's an election coming up but we also have a requirement here as members of congress to do our duty which is to have a budget.
Not just for the spending for this year but a budget lays -- a ten year plan where you're going.
How much you gonna spend you know the president has to his credit laid out a budget.
He came up here to the senate and the house.
Unfortunately nobody supports it.
Because it adds another eleven trillion dollars to the -- of the house had to vote on it and vote was 414 and I think not a single Republican or -- -- Democrats supported it.
Last year his budget -- the same here in the -- we took it to the senate floor.
As you know was -- 97 to nothing vote not one person supported so.
President deserve credit for sending a budget at least.
But it's not the right budget no -- -- support that so let's put together but we can't support to the house has passed one -- now beginning to implement that.
The senate to do the same thing in that provides the necessary blueprint going forward.
What a difficult situation not just because of our record spending and because of the deficit the debt which is approaching levels that are really dangerous for the economy.
But because we have this very week.
Recovery because of structural problems in our economy we have a tax -- that's way too complicated antiquated bad for business bad for jobs.
We have -- regulatory program now that's putting more and more burdens on small businesses.
We can't afford that we have an energy plan in this country that.
It's very confused uncertain adding to the unpredictability and uncertainty that businesses are talking about we should move ahead aggressively and domestic production.
Become independent at least as North America on energy we can do that we have -- right right plans so.
These are all things we can and should do in order to get our economy moving in an incredibly competitive global environment the United States is -- -- -- -- on the sidelines.
-- -- countries from moving ahead.
Congress ought to be doing that even in election year will be doing this is that how Republicans beat President Obama -- -- -- this case.
I think it's just who is read a lot of people say you just do it night criticizing his record and but there's plenty to criticize.
-- four trillion dollars to the debt.
33000 bucks per household in Ohio and around the country.
What's happened with unemployment what's happened with housing prices.
Doubling the price of gasoline.
But also what I don't think so that's how you win elections -- you win elections by -- pointing out the problems but also doing what Ronald Reagan did.
I'm back in 1980 which is to talk about your vision for the future so yes I think part of the way you do it.
If you lay out the competing visions of the future.
And in congress as Republicans you continue to promote your vision.
What do you think the biggest international challenges for the EU us what it's still terrorism.
If you look what's going on overseas today.
We don't live analyst dangerous world despite getting out of Iraq we still have tremendous pressures in the Middle East and North Korea.
If you look at what's happening in Syria today you know what's what's happening.
Around the world in terms of the threat of global terrorism it is still very much there.
This is why I'm concerned as a member on the armed services committee about these.
Budget cuts for the -- defense the first round of cuts were part of the budget control act.
There's a plan for those.
The military believes that we can continue to protect this country.
From terrorism and from other threats.
With those budget cuts the second round though which is the so called sequestration which is across the board cuts.
The secretary defenses that would be devastating to our military he said that it would hollow out the force.
Unfortunately we live in a very dangerous world.
And we cannot afford to make those kinds of cuts so it's another thing that congress ought to be dealing with and we should -- that this year because.
The Department of Defense moves slowly and they've got to start moving now -- by the end of the summer I believe.
In order to meet those deadlines of the first of next year on those cuts.
Which again as -- -- defense that are not sustainable.
So really you're saying that budget process the economic viability of the US is is it foreign policy.
Issue of course you know.
I don't Mullen who is it west -- joint chiefs made -- famous statement where he said the biggest national security threat our country faces.
It's our deficits and debt and what he meant by that I think.
It's we have had adequate resources in order project.
US power -- we have to project US power over -- -- this country.
And so it's all related one thing that a budget would do if we did have a budget would be to lay out a plan their plan.
That was a sensible plan was based on strategic thinking for our military we also needed -- set for tax reform entitlement reform.
Otherwise we'll follow Greece not just -- democracy but into bankruptcy mean we we can see it right across -- -- what happens if we don't you think problems.
So when you hear president.
I'm on the stump saying people need to pay their fair share.
That the top -- here is making a lot of money and the bottom and middle class are not doing well what do you he.
Thought -- hear that we need tax reform badly.
You know again that the tax code has become so complicated.
So unproductive inefficient for economy.
And guess who takes advantage of the east expert he's talking about for the most part it's it's wealthier Americans.
So let's get rid of a lot of these tax breaks.
So called tax expenditures.
But slower than marginal rate.
People talked about this in the Simpson Bowles commission they supported it -- to managing commission president's own job council has supported this.
But we're hearing nothing from the president.
And he looked back over history and we do major tax reform which you have it president Treasury Department you have an administration that supports -- -- leads the effort.
As Ronald Reagan did in 1986 we got to get back to that.
It had a tremendous positive effect.
In the 86 million -- new jobs now.
The president is talking about taking little sliver this which -- -- Buffett tax.
It's bad for the economy -- nothing to help terms of our deficit and debt.
It's good politics obviously.
But it also distractions from -- which is tax reform.
The -- taxes you know is.
Despite the president talking about it being great deficit reduction is less than one half of 1%.
Of the revenue that would be coming and so it's notable actually takes care of one week of interest on the debt that's it.
So it's not a deficit reduction.
In terms of the economy what he's saying is basically we shouldn't have a lower rate for what's called capital gains which means investing.
Over a period of time for jobs this is something that president Kennedy President Reagan President Clinton.
President Bush all supported having the lower capital gains rate why because it creates jobs.
So people are willing to make that investment of the long haul we want them to do so small businesses and others can get capital and create jobs.
So that's basically saying he's against that is that's why some people like -- Buffett has such a low tax rate.
Relative to others is because they aren't getting salary either forgetting capital gains -- now.
That's a debate we ought to have -- -- have in the context of overall tax reform and April where we're gonna come out on that is to say.
But simplify the -- let's get rid of a lot of this -- -- -- lets make it more efficient.
Let's have a differential for people who want to invest for the long haul but let's -- it's fair -- paying their fair share that can happen under tax reform.
Every economist right left or center tell you.
That's an -- economy and create jobs because her current code so many problems.
Do you think it's fair for.
Or 47% of the country.
To not pay any federal income tax -- we have very progressive tax code.
Up 1% -- about 39% taxes.
And to say folks who.
On the lower 50%.
About 1% of the taxes.
47% more pain and taxes.
Now they do pay other taxes eleven payroll taxes so a lot of -- -- Texas and they go to the -- spot you know excise taxes sales taxes.
But it person federal income taxes here -- -- -- have a system that is fair for everybody should still be very progressive in my view and candy.
And -- -- much simpler.
And the great news here is that there are things we can and should do to make the code work better for all of us.
For people who are struggling to try to get ahead wouldn't want to increase their taxes -- -- -- economic opportunities and that's what tax reform would result.
It would help us in terms of our competitiveness globally.
We're the only country in the world among all -- -- developed country -- partners that have not gone and reform the tax code in the last few decades the only one.
And now we have the highest business tax rate in the world among all those countries Japan just lowered theirs and so we're.
We have this dubious distinction of being number one something which is the highest taxes.
Which -- jobs.
And investment to go elsewhere.
And so look there's a great opportunity here that's the good news the bad news is we're getting a leadership -- from the White House that we ought to be promoting here in the congress.
And frankly when these new leadership as a new policies that the White House to build it.
But for these reforms to make you structural changes in our economy to get America back on track you concede though that the Buffett rule and the president talking about it.
Dozens of times.
He is powerful politics it must -- it would be talking about so much you know I have a look at the polling in the Hampshire polls very well but it's partly because.
He's not explained properly he's told the American people first.
It's going to be great for deficit reduction social initially.
And then we find out we look at it oh gosh it's less than one half of 1% of the revenue coming in and it's willing to pay for the interest on the debt for one week so it's not about deficit reduction.
They sold it as good for economic growth.
And then you look at and say what is this -- what -- had its capital gains income and other words income derived from investing in the business over the long -- investment income.
The president's you know through modern history starting with Jack Kennedy is that ought to be lower rates.
So -- not to be good for the economy it's actually -- -- a lot of small businesses because lot of people pay at that level of small businesses and a lot of investors.
For -- one do which is to invest in the economy.
And that he talks about fairness well if you -- -- fairness reform the tax code get rid of a lot of these.
Credits and exemptions and deductions.
Most of which are enjoyed by people in the upper incomes by the way so it would make the code more fair but it also insure that we had a better economy which is.
The goal here we ought to be ought to create more economic growth.
For tax reform to regulate fervently.
Through using our domestic energy supplies through the things that are just common sense I think.
You know middle ground ideas.
That his presence not moving on he's not showing leadership on and unfortunately congress.
Isn't this sort of partisan gridlock on as well in my -- -- -- -- some new leadership and we have a new leadership.
This -- can be America's century as the last hole but without that I fear we're gonna continue to fall behind other countries.
Are moving ahead in other sort of adopting our model of free market capitalism.
And they're -- works pretty well.
And to -- were regulating more taxing more having you know bigger government.
Figuring out ways to.
To grow our economy.
From the private sector is the alternative not having.
More government spending because that doesn't create jobs but -- the private sector -- I'm sure you've heard.
Your name is on the short lists for Mitt Romney's vice presidential possibilities.
What do you make of that and if he asked would you say yes well he's gonna have a lot of great choices.
I'm very happy where am I.
Sort of the house for twelve years and focused on getting stuff done -- twelve my bills were signed into law by President Bill Clinton.
Which makes Republicans terrorism time that I can defend them all great policy and I think that's -- -- My strength is got a passion for the economic issues which it is -- -- our country pronouncement -- I can help him right here.
Hope he's elected I think he will be he's gonna win Ohio.
So goes Ohio so -- -- country I think so.
He's gonna need people like me who know how to you know work through the legislative process -- some of the stuff done for the American people it's.
You know it's it's a watershed election we have sort of two competing visions.
A lot of it's gonna have to go through the congress with leadership.
From the the White House executive branch has to be much more engagement are now.
And that's where I think my specialist -- he wouldn't say.
Well you know it's not something I'm looking to do be honest with you you know it's never been you know part of what motivates me I just spent twenty months on the campaign trail to represent our state represented Ohio.
And talked about why what images have got a six -- term enemy.
Four and -- half years left now.
And you know my goal is to.
Implement all the things we talked about today you know how to get tax reform done how to get regulatory relief through the process had to develop -- sources here in this country to become.
As a North American group -- dependent on the energy front.
He seems to be great for the economy and great for.
The future for my kids.
You know and that's that's what motivates me and and and the congress is also true we don't do these things.
I do believe we're risk of not having the next generation enjoy the prosperity and the opportunities that we had -- and so I think this is a watershed moment.
I'm probably best place right here.
-- mayor brown and makes this choice eventually when he's the nominee he has he's predicted to be.
You know who go through the pros and cons there are people looking at you.
Out there who say.
You were -- now.
That he will.
Kind of wouldn't provide sizzle I think Steven Cole there even have a.
Mike has little clip his love that big I happen to be watching colder.
Couple nights ago I was on -- I was with my son who has been pushing me for years to going cold -- my house -- house member you know he has the Beagle on cold -- Program at that time which is bringing in you know members from around the country district by district.
And of course that are at the guts to go on.
That he was just delighted to finally I make colder.
But look at I mean that's fine just -- -- you responded.
The well I'd I'd I'd like to think -- a series legislator and trying to get things done that's you know that's my goal in life is to get things done and it's it's not about sizzle for me you know and so.
I I think.
It's fine me.
American made a decision to resonate.
To go the president who -- this -- again -- -- he was kind of celebrity.
He also had a very compelling message which was member this and to bring people together to solve problems.
Didn't happen it didn't happen because he didn't have the experience.
He didn't have the record in have policies to do it so when he had the house and the senate he made a decision he was gonna go forward and you know -- through some.
Partisan bills so we had stimulus into health care bill -- so called -- services bill all the which has made the economy worse not not better in my view so when I I can't say that.
The American people -- gonna change their their mind about what they want but I can't say that I think a lot of people particularly independent voters who make a difference in the state like Ohio are gonna say you know.
-- we need somebody who is.
More serious has got tape -- background.
Of success and Mitt Romney's case a success in business he's got the experience.
Mitt Romney's case ignited the governor of a state that was democratic and get -- get things done who's got the record of working with people to achieve results.
And improve the economy there he inherited a deficit that was about three billion dollars and it with a surplus was two billion dollars cut taxes.
And it finally got -- got the policies to get things done so I think Mitt Romney is going to be that guy who.
Is it away sort of the antidote to to what we've seen over the last four years which is.
You know more of a -- status of more sizzle and and look someone who I think had a compelling message and there's something people and look behind a little bit and say you know what's behind that messages there really somebody here who.
Has the experience as a record has the policies to get this done because we can't afford.
Another four years slipping behind we've got to get America back to the forefront and and I think that that's around the office.
So 2012 is the anti sizzle election we'll see I mean you know I I'm just saying.
I don't think.
Mitt Romney has -- -- don't let him here on I think he's a dynamic guy.
And again Romney is dynamic I think he you know he's he's going to be well liked it -- -- better but people are more.
Into substance you thought this is that there's a concern about the media think they're there they're looking for someone who can get the job done.
I think about Romney did at the Olympics only comes in the thing is -- with scandals and huge financial problems turns around not by having a big ego and making it about him about working as a group to get things done.
And you know that's we need to do in this country right now and it's a it's a turnaround sort of you know placed on the company's over 400000.
Net new jobs created by doing that -- -- the Olympics we did Massachusetts.
I think that's what they're gonna look at it again this group of voters tends to make a difference.
Lot of people part of me -- -- you know they're gonna vote the democratic vote for the Republican.
There's big group in the middle that still look at and I think the more they look at.
These two candidates what the records are and then again what their vision is what they're offering.
I think that -- -- What do you think Mitt Romney's vulnerabilities.
Heading him will be.
Well you know presence could communicate.
We we've seen this.
But the Texas a good idea of taking an idea is bad for the economy.
Doesn't -- reduction reduction in selling at the American people.
To the point that you know he's in Ohio it.
Day before yesterday.
And re counting talking about.
-- this is gonna solve all of our problems and this is a county that's got eight point 7% unemployment.
A lot of people -- and hope the long term unemployment numbers are even more dramatic highest in the history of our country our state.
A lot of people to stop looking for work.
And yet you know we can talk about the protect you got nice round of applause so you know which is gonna do nothing unfortunately that to help these folks so.
I think that's a challenge and you know Republican Party has the opportunity in this here in the congress.
To help by promoting pro growth agenda not just focusing on the problems we've got to get -- up.
But also focusing on how to get ourselves out of problems and there is a better way.
And that's the good news you know there are policies that we can put in place to actually help.
Bring more working class folks into the the main stream to be able to have opportunities for their their kids -- -- Helped to get the global competitiveness back on track where America's not -- now to other countries.
Create the opportunity society that America's been famous four wood we're the we're the envy of the world and people still look to us and say.
You know we want America to be that.
Beacon of hope and opportunity.
But without leadership without new policies.
I -- we're gonna go a different direction.
There -- a lot of people in America who don't know you.
But even for the people who know what something.
Surprising and maybe simply wouldn't know about you that they file.
-- gosh I don't I don't know we're just talking earlier.
I I get this.
Strong interest in doing crazy things I have.
Broken my collarbone mountain biking and dislocated my shoulder all in the last year and a half.
So you know cash out now -- vikings yeah I love that stuff and and I like to I like to fish.
Tomorrow I'm going to be leading a a ride in Ohio -- Supporting the united way.
And -- go under -- bike riding in the like to -- every -- that helps cancer research.
You know that's that's some sometimes tries my staff crazy because.
You know discount when my tough scheduling priorities and surely the time for that sort of stuff.
That -- about it people might not know here's a dad of three kids.
Very proud to -- got three great kids.
I just finished coaching my daughter's indoor soccer team which have done last.
Several years outdoor and indoor.
That's one -- -- great -- in life.
They're great great kids and I've got -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I'm -- on a blind date.
My one only blind date ever been on a totally lucked out.
It didn't go -- -- actually she's that I talk too much.
And she jokes that.
Letter -- that -- great senator because I'd be able to filibuster.
In this place.
But we eventually.
-- more time together and and we got married and and move back to Ohio I was actually live in to DC at the time.
And raised her family there and we still live there you know we've kept our home there all through the jobs I had an administration I was really get remembered -- commute which is one reason I left again because it was it was difficult.
And -- house and congress was kept -- -- home back in Cincinnati still do.
I love being home and again Jean king is terrific mom -- great partner.
Also during the campaign was by far a surrogate and so wherever there she went we -- to do well.
You -- the administration.
Working the Bush Administration.
Some people see that is you know a lot of experience that is great as US trade representative to be able to.
Interact with foreign countries and do those deals as the budget director to get down into the weeds.
But then there are critics out there who say.
This is a Bush Administration that also ballooned the national debt and as some see that as a negative thing in part.
The Bush Administration to bring up the bush years.
In in the current.
What -- said.
Well I was fortunate I guess to to be part of you know some good fiscal discipline the Bush Administration I -- -- known.
And the budget tonight proposed it was a balanced budget can you believe that.
A five year balanced budget and it was hard to put it together as -- that -- put together budgets I know it's hard.
But that's really doing congress is putting together a budget and one that over time balances.
So the year that I it was the year 2007.
The deficit was about 18 of the deficit today -- 161 billion dollars.
I'd love to have those times -- -- unemployment was about four and a half percent.
I did lead to go home prior to the financial crisis.
And you know that's when frankly.
Revenues went down.
And spending went up.
In the bush administration and an Obama administration continue to go up at a much higher clip including.
Just you know annually appropriated -- story go up dramatically.
So but during my time there -- you know I I presided over some pretty good just one economic times we were we were on track.
That balance budget.
Proposal that I put forward -- -- budget.
President Bush offered.
You know someone really proud we have to put all your marks on line for the first time which -- earmarks going down dramatically because once -- disinfectant is sunshine gets on earmarks are doing.
Now we have a band -- -- support here in congress -- at that time we didn't.
-- -- put all spending on line contracts and grants.
Which is great as taxpayers can now go on line and you know look conceit -- the government's doing.
So I'm a proud record there and -- trade rep we did a lot of great things on the enforcement side including taking China to the world court for the first time ever.
And it helped because one case was on auto parts by the way.
We also negotiated a lot of trade agreements three of which I got to negotiate on we passed in the congress.
You know only several months ago in -- go up on the wall here about it the actual vote because of it would negotiate -- -- -- the senate vote for him.
And they're good for jobs are all about.
Knocking down barriers for our farmers.
Our workers our service providers.
And so I was proud of that record to.
And look I was asked to serve by the president I I was not looking for.
Job in the administration I was in the house.
A great district as you know and was on the ways and he's committed Budget Committee and house leadership.
But as an honor his service bush.
He really was an -- you know serve our whole country.
Now I have the honor representing Ohio and and I view the next several years is key if we don't begin to make some changes.
In structural changes to our economy tax reform regulatory relief production of domestic energy.
-- Iraq and have them prosperity for the next generation.
We too often take for granted and does so there's lots to be done and and it all goes through congress.
Come with things so when you hear President Obama referred to the bush years and refer to what was handed to him.
And the fact that -- was much worse than anyone projected and that.
Democrats often point back to the bush years saying this is why there -- so many problems now.
What do you say to that.
Facility he inherited a tough economy no question about it questions what do you do with it.
You -- living through the -- is recovered since the Great Depression.
We're five and a half million jobs town where we were before the recession began so four years after five and a half million jobs down.
In 1981 we had a tough recession.
At this point four years after we had gained six million jobs.
So instead of losing five and a half we -- back all the jobs we lost an added six million jobs.
And that was because Ronald Reagan frankly took some tough steps.
To be able to provide.
Tax relief to get the economy moving again.
To provide some regulatory relief to sort of change the -- government approach business to get the economy moving again it's just a different approach this president has chosen to.
Spend more regulate more taxed more.
That doesn't work in our economy.
So I would say the question is you know what have you done with with the situation you found yourself it.
And you know I think -- three and a half almost four years later it's kind of tough to say you know -- was the other guy.
People are gonna look and say OK what did stimulus work or not.
You know the president promised that at this point.
We would be 86% or lower unemployment rate.
-- -- -- So you know importing into his own promises he said at this point by the end of his first term we would cut the deficit in half.
This year that this will be one point three trillion dollars he will -- -- more than four trillion dollars.
To our debt 33000 bucks for houseful Ohio on the country.
Facts are tough things you know sometimes and and in this case these are stubborn facts are just true so you.
You can say and I inherited a situation with the questions what did you do with the gas prices have doubled.
The question is what have you done last year on federal lands there was a 14% reduction.
In oil production.
So you -- from the president can say the private sector is being developed in jail -- that's fine that is happening sometimes despite the fact that.
His administration wants to regulate regulate regulate to make it more difficult and despite the fact that there are higher costs because of some of that regulation but.
-- federal lands where he had an opportunity.
Whether it's outer continental shelf whether it's off the shores of Alaska.
He had the opportunity and federal plan to develop more resources instead of putting what what people talk about as a permit for him you know not just a moratorium which you put -- -- but also.
Not getting permits approved 14% reduction at a time when gas prices were going like this.
So I mean I think these are.
Stubborn facts for for him to have to deal with during the campaign and again.
It's appropriate -- -- things out.
You know the record's not good where he was in northeast Ohio recently.
Talk to people that housing prices talked about foreclosures.
Talked about what's what's happening -- with regard to construction and look at all the commercial properties.
For -- for sale up.
Sign up so these are these are realities.
We also to talk about the fact that there's a better way.
And there is a different vision.
And this vision is not about more government more regulations it's about unleashing the power of the private sector too Smart tax reform.
It can make the tax code not just more economically efficient but fair.
So the middle class families have an opportunity get ahead because -- get a job because they have an opportunity.
Regulatory relief small businesses all over Ohio have been over a hundred point -- plant tumors in the last few years.
And every time I go -- I hear another story.
You know what some regulation sometimes it's a state or regulation maybe a local regulations -- -- -- -- federal regulation.
And it has to do with making it more difficult more positive great job while that's happening there are more regulations and more cost.
The EPA regulations is that one regulation alone is gonna cost the economy trillion dollars including a big hit in places like Ohio where we're heading manufacture.
So these are things that we can and should change.
And developing our energy supplies and regulatory relief in place it really works -- make sense cost benefit analysis you know things that helped to create jobs.
Tax reform those things to present on really not he's not and we -- to say if we're elected.
We're gonna we're gonna focus on those things we're gonna have budget.
We're gonna get the fiscal house in order -- and grow the economy and in doing so restore America's promise.
You religious -- I am yeah I'm a Methodist.
I was presbyterian before I got married.
Jane was a Democrat we got married.
I was Republican of course.
So is pretty good trade for me -- became -- Republican I became a Methodist.
That was a Methodist.
It is faith factor and -- life.
Every day and -- you know very fundamental way.
I prayer day and it helps me.
Network for everybody -- works for me.
And you know just it's just part of who I am and you know part of what.
Motivates me and and hopefully his -- direction.
You know what what I pray for is not two to win something or you know his -- it is sometimes separately an election or something it's it's for guys you know it's.
What God's littlest and due to try to follow that that path.
And you know -- And leaned on that heavily and journalists get their picture but.
If you look at it usually you can give -- a sense of direction and I'm very -- Senator thank you very much time for --
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