GOP keeps convention momentum going in N.C.
RNC chairman Reince Priebus explains
- Duration 4:54
- Date Sep 3, 2012
RNC chairman Reince Priebus explains
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Has no record to run on in fact.
Every president since the Great Depression.
Who asked Americans to send them into a second term.
Could say that you're better off today than you were four years ago except.
For Jimmy Carter.
And for president Barack Obama.
Well -- -- might have been a hit among Republican ground but he has go to be a focus -- -- center of this democratic crowd this week it's Charlotte, North Carolina they're gonna call a month they say -- Half truths and outright lies and say that he misrepresented the president's position and even more than Mitt Romney they tend to make Paul Ryan.
Rising star within the Republican Party in the one that Republicans have been galvanized around.
A central target -- previous has been watching all of this very close the Republican National Committee chairman is here it down.
Holding his own party Bob -- good to have you.
I had -- how do you expect to respond to those inevitable responses.
Well I mean that.
We have to set up shop here and I and I I just think that we have so much to fight for we've got to win every day and part of winning every day -- It's getting on the Charlotte with a full staff for the RNC with the rapid response.
Setting the record straight making sure the American people know what's at stake and you know you just played a couple clips earlier.
This election is gonna come down to a fundamental question and it always will -- all the distractions will come and go.
But this will come down to whether or people are better off today than they were four years ago and on this president's watch.
He promised the carpet the world he didn't get the job done and no -- Smoke.
Machine and then and later life in balloon drops are gonna take away from the fact.
That we need to get our economy back on track and no one can do it better right now than Mitch -- and ball around.
Writes -- sure you've heard that the counter Clooney's -- Democrats are looking.
Today he why did she might make -- appearance out of she says that it doesn't think that that's a ninety year old actress will do a far better job.
-- that 82 year old actor and director are you -- -- I'm shaking my -- -- no I'm not worried.
And in fact of the matter is Clint Eastwood came not an American icon and said something very simple that the that every American understands Republicans and Democrats and that is.
The president made a lot of promises.
He didn't keep its promises.
It's time for Obama to golf.
And so that's what we're gonna talk about you know it will be it will be a basic.
Question for the American people and you know the nice thing about our position -- -- that.
Although the fact -- good for America.
The facts are on our side and I will -- -- going into -- closing argument there is nothing better than having enough facts on your side and the facts are.
Here too many people are unemployed.
The president didn't do a darn thing about -- out of control spending in this country.
He made a lot of promises them.
You know they feel bad because the American dream is worth fighting for and that's why we're here.
But they're saying rides -- equivalent is right they're not consistent to a but spokesman about the four -- thing.
But they are saying we've seen -- nine months a steady albeit tepid job growth.
That things are picking up a few years at the stock -- refer to this would be novel for the president was to ask stock market today and use it in his defense what he can influence of -- say that it is effectively doubled under his stewardship.
From from extreme -- soon if -- took office what do you think of that argument and will it.
Hurt the guy that was done before I mean it's kind of like Baghdad Bob to me I don't know what world these live and and but the fact of the matter is is that.
We've got an economy.
That -- people are just unemployed far too long.
More people unemployed for longer.
-- matching records of the Great Depression -- Paid a debt explosion of almost 51%.
And -- for years under this president and here's the problem he hadn't even passed the budget.
Mean hit the budget that he proposed deal with a proposal that included the biggest structural deficit in the history of America.
And he's come back and he's gonna try to sell the American people that he needs another four years another four years of life.
Mean we're we're in that -- the deepest part of the ditch.
You know he had a chance and he had a chance for the Democrat majority in the house and the senate.
And he didn't deliver.
It's just not good enough -- we have that we have to save this country and fire Barack Obama.
All right Lawrence very good senior writer and does not too far away always a quick ready response from Democrats could be -- -- for this thank you.