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We are back flag from camp but and that last night one of the funny moments came from Ohio senator Rob Portman who.
Was for the VP job here's -- yen sank.
My name is Rob Portman and they say I was on governor Romney shortlist of vice presidential candidates.
Apparently it wasn't short enough.
Like only one person on that list many political watchers believe that it would be Rob Portman people swore up and down that he was going to be the guy.
Not Paul Ryan who of course has become Mitt Romney's running mate nice light moment -- from rob -- My dad used to say to me.
-- You -- -- choice.
You can be part of the problem.
-- you can be part of the solution.
The present administration.
Has made it's choices.
And Mitt Romney and I have made hours.
Before the -- and a moment of overwhelm us all.
We are going to solve this nation's economic problems.
Had that problem is a huge challenge we're getting some new numbers on the jobs front new claims for unemployment for the week now holding steady.
Americans in the last seven days.
Fought for unemployment claims that shows an economy just treading water majority whip California congressman Kevin McCarthy.
With us here in Tampa good morning to you -- -- what about that jobs number.
Well continues to show this failed leadership for the presidency economy's not moving it continues to just linger and laying there.
We need to grow the economy I think that's what the conversation was about last night -- is a big claim in a big number that Paul Ryan talked about twelve million jobs in four years.
That's a big hurdle that's a big challenge especially based on what we're faced with now and how do you do that well there's a lot differ.
Think you do but first and foremost you focus on economics -- the Democrats had control of everything.
They focused on a new entitlement.
Harmed Medicare and do it.
And the idea of the stimulus bigger government to do it -- -- what holds us back from a tax policy to the regulation.
To the uncertainty.
I think November after listening last night in the market the great American comeback if we make that decision.
You're very close to Paul Ryan.
How did -- do last night you know what he had a home run.
I think that was a transitional speech it has changed the debate not about politics but about Hollis.
He had the courage to talk about really what ails us and not afraid to talk about how to save Medicare.
And he doesn't do it by demonizing the other side he does it by his brain power is say here's a different idea and I think.
You you'll look back in history in this will be a moment of a shift of the generational change in the Republican Party.
Not a party that -- says no but part of it's not afraid to take their conservative values but upon him to a problem to call to sign a solution.
I mean this guys about.
Solving problems and he's not a shame that we stand as you've seen him since last night -- -- and I didn't see him since last night I thought given little Thomas few the others but.
He's called -- today he.
Got the job and along the campaign trail he's getting more excited as the professor little says he says that movie campaign energizes in the doesn't drain him that doesn't mean a -- you know you look at and see the excitement.
-- I think he brings out the excitement and run into I think he adds this synergy with the -- At 11 o'clock eastern time we'll see him all onstage tonight after Mitt Romney speaks thank you nothing McCarthy thanks for coming -- okay.
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