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-- -- -- the president did save it to say it enough but now wanted to stop fundraisers -- saying at least in this argument enough is enough Don Peebles as a hardly paying their fair share and he sits on the campaign's finance committee you still like the president you still.
Intend to vote for the -- perhaps move him a big supporter of the president and have been since 2007.
And will continue to support him and we'll -- -- in November all right.
This class warfare and whatever you want to call is what sticks and explain.
I think the messaging that's coming out -- this is not just the president but the messaging coming out.
From the democratic side tends to be a criticism somewhat of wealth wealth creators and and so what that does is it.
Come -- penalizes for makes people uncomfortable with being successful or wealthy and most Americans aspire to achieve one or both of those.
I'm the president argues you're not paying your fair share.
While I'm paying my fair share I think with the president's message what I think he's trying to articulate is the country's in trouble.
And therefore because the country's in trouble we need more revenue for the government.
And you've -- No no I don't I think.
That the government has to make the case one they've made all the cuts that are necessary for the ask Americans to pay more and also to make the case.
Debt and increasing taxes would actually have a positive impact on reducing the national -- -- -- -- about.
I do I do not believe their -- border guys pals we'll look I'm I'm pleased that the president is out here trying to get a tax cut -- preserve my current tax rates for 95%.
To 90% of Americans know and I think he should do -- 400% of Americans look.
If if nothing is done they'll be a tax increase.
-- and congress do not extend the bush tax cuts which they shoot and the president should sign when -- gets to his desk.
We're all gonna get a tax increase and in this kind of environment where the -- -- its knees we do not need -- taxing so when you hear it -- -- can afford that tax increase.
What he's America can afford tax increase because what is -- your taxes go I don't know what America needs is it needs those who have more money to put the money in the economy.
That's hand to infuse activity here not give it to the government to spend it where they -- fit in all taken three years to figure out where to put.
They're very success in which you do your very accomplished what you do here in the evil 1% and so.
But I'm wondering whether and I've heard others.
Who support the president -- spells what you just.
But they're getting tired of the class warfare rhetoric tired of the president arguing as he has of late.
Even questioning entrepreneurs doing it on the wrong saying that was it infrastructures and it was a system in place that -- -- -- -- do what they did.
I would argue yes it is dead that's a given but to then assume that all have the -- with loans smarts.
To capitalize on that.
The smarts is that.
-- a good friend of mine who was a banker.
When I started off my company told me the definition of luck and it's -- opportunity in preparation merge.
The reality is all of us are going to have real Americans in this society most of us who have opportunities across our path.
And those who were successful generally.
See those opportunities and then act upon it.
Look the government.
Certainly creates an environment for us to be successful you -- that's what he was saying -- trying to I think he was trying to I haven't seen his speech in context what I think.
You know he was saying was that the government creates an environment however.
You know it's like Dubai owned an athletic field.
And -- this athletic -- And Brett Favre actually has played on that field.
He went as a child and he went on to become the great player that he is I'm not responsible for over Brett Favre.
Being the great quarterback.
But I helped give him out and edited zero White House you -- you are now -- -- to take about I don't think the president saying that I mean the president saying worry over the -- this.
-- all -- I get a sense of this.
He also like wealthy people I just don't think he does well I think of what the president's actually influence person himself.
So I think if I don't think the president -- wealthy people -- a bit -- an -- and he -- rhetoric -- -- -- -- -- obviously they feel they're capitalizing -- -- in the polls.
They must -- on some server is that this is working.
So I think we're gonna see more of that you know better than I do you supported.
I just think it's a slippery slope it in the slippery so but I think the president wouldn't need it but would you say due to talks.
Just I was the space what you're saying it's a slippery slope and I think the part of this messaging is distorting and taking away from whatever it was you tell you have to take -- -- now I doubt remind him that.
He did -- you know he's reduce taxes on small businesses eighteen times -- SBA loan volume is up 70% he has and he's going to do it this rhetoric.
All this rhetoric in general has disappointed me and actually hurt mean this is to the core of who you are economically.
-- and there's still somewhere there but -- because some more than economic and I was a Democrat when I had no money I believe did a fair system.
And I still in the same thing and I think the distortion that happens.
Is that if we say -- because now I've been a Democrat my whole life my whole adult life I've been raising money and supporting Democrat since I was 23 years old.
And so to say now it's 52 and I'm a bad person because every money that's not a good thing to say and I don't think he means that but I think the messages saying that and -- not where we need to be.
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