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I feel -- President Obama doubling down on his you didn't build that comments he reaffirmed how he feels about small business.
The approach that he's talking about is not gonna help small businesses.
And it's not gonna create more markets for large businesses.
Here is wrong.
We did not build this country on our -- we built it together.
And of mr.
Romney doesn't understands that but he doesn't understand what it takes to grow this economy in the 21 century.
And even those comments are not sitting well with small business owners -- is right now is to -- -- -- a promotional products company and was a long time Democrat until recently giving thanks for joining us today from Iowa.
-- good morning thank you for having me you bet that's who you voted for Barack Obama you've been longtime Democrat and you were.
With all that hope and change talk for years ago.
Things to be brighter today but you now -- supporting Mitt Romney why.
I am I am.
Well I'll have to do is -- out the front window of my office and see a lot of -- office space and it's been that way for -- time.
You know our business once had thirteen employees hammer down -- -- And we're wearing all kinds of hats that we didn't have to Wear before such as EMI has been doing all the claiming now.
And as far as our customers go I can just tell that there's so much uncertainty sure.
And that if they -- starter it's not as big and so that as well as well as the debt.
It's -- very very challenging surely.
And when you heard the president in Roanoke we -- a half -- let's say you didn't build that what was your first.
Impulse what did you think.
Well I first had to go back and make sure that I really heard -- correctly.
And when I dead the first thing I thought it was my husband because.
He worked so hard for so lying and worked two jobs you know he would come in and working and learning the business all day on.
And go out and pound the pavement and then he would go to a second job at 4 PM.
And come home at 1 AM yeah and they get up and do it all again the next day -- and no one did no one put in the hours or.
You know put up felt the risk that we put up -- the personal sacrifice.
That it takes to run a business.
And we and as far as personal sacrifice who used to -- -- -- com.
At the northern Iowa kind of by we're used to live I think and and about it and we sold that you know when things got bad we sold its so we can sustain a business.
And no one.
Did that let us -- -- bailed us out.
So and I guess -- and thinking about on that.
It really came down to we've been doing this for 25 years about.
And we've had so many people tell us so many things about how you guys have done such a great job.
You know you're in the basement of your home and now you're aware of office with a warehouse sure that no one in 25 years has ever said those words to me.
That's right and that was a wake up call to will Debbie Smith we thank you very much we hope your device makes a big turnaround and thank you very much.
Talking about Pollack head for -- thanks for having me you've.
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