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-- -- Tracy and battleground states are you worried about those we we seen the numbers and while the national numbers as -- was referring to a pretty close.
This seems to be a big gap in some of the key battleground states for governor Romney to make -- I think Michigan's going to be very hard because of the unions.
And because you know the unions have so much power there and win the bailout happened.
You know that was really sort of a union takeover and they've returned -- favor and seventeen of them flew into Washington.
And gave a million dollars to the Obama campaign and that -- them at the White House that's going to be very tough -- But it it looks like Florida Virginia.
And a lot of -- and trying to think and North Carolina a lot of the states are very even and for president.
For an incoming president from the pollsters that I've listened to.
It's worse news for him usually limits that even usually it was news to the incumbent BA worst news for the incumbent that he he should at this point have.
You know a bigger lead and especially since -- just coming into -- -- after this huge bruising.
Battle and you know since he's gonna have a lot of time to get well known and you know you work for.
And I I felt like -- -- I was on the bush campaign and the difference.
When it is the vice president was chosen and there is that charisma and there are on the bus and everything.
It it really it changed in our minds on the bush campaign.
It weakened bush because it if there was something and that combination and I think.
This didn't all those -- a lot of charisma on the -- bass lines and but he chooses.
Candidate run like Marco Rubio because that's the Clinton eagle they both had a lot of Obama I'm a husband Breslin is terrible president but Romney does not have -- -- Well Obama's charisma and this is fantastic president pat and I can't believe that aside I think.
Generally I would I would agree in terms of the the presidential battleground states except that the states -- we're talking about he wouldn't he.
Are not typical Democrat states at least North Carolina Virginia they have much -- Republicans it was a big deal that he won them Michigan.
I think the reason Romney's there is not -- -- -- and you know.
And people like to say that it's only because of the unions but it.
But -- million people whose jobs were saved and their dependents they're not just about union bosses -- -- real Americans who didn't lose their jobs so.
You know on one hand it's that it hasn't alienation.
That well because you know they were all parts of the union -- And -- -- a dramatic action in reunion that each for the union person got 93000.
Dollars I I.
I think your point about that they union but that's because -- manufactures and that's just reality but I mean even activate you said that Obama hadn't created any jobs -- right there.
A million jobs weren't -- And so if Romney says that what was supposed to happen happened and yet they're just too many.
Pieces that everybody talks let everybody knows hit economy and the jobs or are in the tank right I mean everybody kind of -- to come back from all the jobs -- -- -- -- that you -- you -- other -- you created.
Because he and Obama.
They may so it's coming back but now it's not where we -- -- be that we want to keep going that says one thing that I really do think is interesting I get that.
An appeal may be the only appeal Romney is that he is a businessman and he has been successful and that's great wet.
In no way has it ever corresponded where it.
His ability to create jobs as a politician.
When he was governor of Massachusetts they were a -- politicians.
Sport's slowest in the country well they're a good governor that's his whole that's his whole.
Background is sport uses -- governor and the one thing that he accomplished that was Romney care what he didn't create any jobs I don't see how.
Is successful private businessman and having no plan to create jobs and no record or background of having -- -- Okay I mean -- that the first offense.
Why I mean I think that he has -- completely there is a very stark difference of how you go about creating jobs in America and look what he believes is.
That the way that Obama's working is is it that.
Where absolutely -- have the highest unemployment.
That we've had and an Obama said himself that after three you know three years if it hadn't changed around you should be one term president.
And to have the experience I mean Obama had no well it's -- -- a little bit of expanses of politician but he's never had experience in business -- -- -- -- -- taxes well first of all let's just say.
The -- A -- and never mentions the debt the Democrats haven't passed a budget.
In three years you can't really do anything -- -- -- I'm talking about Obama for second -- -- and that this is the problem.
I mean obviously Mitt Romney hasn't been a president yet that he he's incredibly good at creating jobs I mean that's.
He's created jobs and all of -- businesses that's why he's so well -- the end and then here Obama.
And then well he's had much more success than he has that happened.
And also that happens when a businesses failing and you can't -- it.
But -- you know he has the experience Obama had no experience he's not a leader he doesn't when I was in the White House.
President Bush met with congress all the time he doesn't meet with congress' chief of staff said.
We have we're not passing budgets obviously for political reasons just like the gay rights thing just like -- -- -- -- just like he's done.
-- is rejecting keystone to create jobs help energy he he had his billions of dollars in stimulus he has created the highest debt.
In fact you know the same as bush in eight years he's -- right.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I thought I heard -- -- successful about running designated zones created and I don't -- -- --
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