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Hey why can't private businesses create jobs this congressman has an idea.
You want to talk about creating jobs in America.
When you wanna see a nation that doesn't wanna participate but was to dominate the world market and let them rise.
Take that had be booed off the throat of America's job creators and let them believe.
And the crowd roars congressman Mike Kelly the Republican from Pennsylvania brought members to the house to their feet when he gave that speech this.
So what's -- what we gonna do from here had -- would change the culture in congress and maybe.
Delete some of that some of the paperwork it was in your hand the congressman you know what you -- morning.
-- a newborn where he was that this is not the New -- people -- this is the definition of a qualified bar work.
This about the Dodd-Frank.
Legislation in -- continues to grow we don't have -- doubles rules and -- yet but here here's the answer to all of -- -- If I tell people become aware what is costing to do this we've got if you were to look at the -- -- -- says that there's 23 million people either out of work.
Underemployed or just given up hope -- -- look you know that is that's all of Ohio waking up and all of Pennsylvania waking up.
In no place to go to work or feeling that the job I have is not aimed at the right number so if we wanna get America back to work with -- we -- kids in Olympics right now we talked the other day.
They're over an in in London right now they don't just want to participate able to dominate those games for America to dominate.
In a global -- by we have got to back off from these regulations now this whole idea about red tape -- the cost the red tape.
One point 75 trillion dollars about 101000 dollars per employee they'll put that money be used better elsewhere I sure think so.
And the people I talked to when I'm walking and in Western Pennsylvania and -- my colleagues you go home when you hear from manufacturers you're from bankers Baker's.
People that that that make.
Pharmaceuticals is -- how to stop -- it's not just the feds it's also the states in the local so you can't have this crash.
On the throat of an American job creators that big guys what you to succeed.
But you gotta follow these rules no way can't be done so he's saying this is all coming down the pike recently poor's has been so you are small business -- W dealership you know dad -- before you.
It's not no I mean look I would be in congress today.
If the idea after General Motors was taken old by the government they -- pulled one my franchise is not in this country not America are you kidding me.
My dad fought in world war to -- one and nine kids.
This is that was part -- heat built something from.
From scratch or me we did built by the way -- we -- it it didn't just bought the trees on us but listen you you worked your whole life.
And you believe in your country and you love your country and you see what's going on your country today and you realize the biggest inhibitor to job creation right now -- the federal government.
My goodness we better wake up mr.
-- the -- do you have a plan in place to a started tracking this in a irresponsible.
Way and had -- -- Democrats -- You know what I don't think this is a partisan issue this is that this is the job all shouldn't be it to.
Well -- should -- you start to wonder when you look at at what's happened I mean you know this year where -- July.
-- right 6000 pages a month regulations of the cost of eight billion dollars a month for these regulation something await him at this administration -- -- We're gonna make a little bit easier for no no no not -- happening.
We've got to fix it.
Through legislation through oversight -- of our -- is saying look if it has cost.
This too great if we haven't on the run -- -- it made it makes sense of why we put this regulation in place those.
You don't look all of us want clean everyone clean water but we don't want to restore economic freedom.
We don't -- -- risk our place in the world so we're looking at each of these things individually there's a lot of pieces to this legislation by the way offer by a lot of great colleagues and everybody had a chance to weigh in on so.
We've got a chance now to tone it down right make it easier for job creators to look into the future -- went.
I can afford to bring that gal I can afford to bring that guy I can afford to invest in bricks and mortar I can buy equipment and I get this country got you moving again and that's got to do.
A congressman by making that speech yesterday -- some eyebrows and maybe we can create some dialogue get a plan in place.
By Kelly congressman Mike -- one of the many great football players from Pennsylvania thanks so much for joining us this morning.
Base prime gonna get our -- had enough from Notre Dame got hey.
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