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Some them now for the top story reaction joining us from Washington Fox News political analyst Charles for a spectacular -- points tonight right Charles spectacular.
You know from me it's Edwards -- -- instead of -- he said.
He'd be president I mean that is that.
What you presented is the guts of this case which I think there's a winning argument that Obama is turning America into an entitlement state.
The problem is the actual words he used number life.
He said 47%.
To match the number of Americans who aren't paying income tax and then he said these are people who consider themselves.
Victims that's not a very Smart thing to say to not even accurate.
And you don't win an election by disparaging.
Just about half of the electorate so simply as a matter of appealing to the electorate.
To way he put it was about the worst possible way I think the only way out of this is not to go over it line by line.
But -- to pivot away and say look.
The heart of this is the question of entitlements.
And to go right after Obama within -- attack.
Look at what he's done on welfare.
This was the -- a bipartisan.
Success of the 1990s.
Democratic president Republican congress came together one of the great social successes of our time.
Decrease the poverty rate among children.
Radically reduce the world Federalist and what does Obama do.
The media analysis incidentally of this.
The point that Romney is made that Obama has -- -- -- completely wrong.
Obama -- he in this regulation and Romney has to keep trying to make the point unafraid.
The essence of it is to undermine the legal.
Underpinning of the fact that you must.
Work to get welfare.
That's the core of the regulation.
The law was written so that nobody has the right to waive the requirement.
Not a governor not the secretary of HHS.
Which is how Obama has now.
Yet bush signed an executive order giving these people wiggle room in describing who can get the welfare payment and who can't.
And that undermines.
The strict interpretation of if you're not looking for work if you're not doing something.
You're not gonna get the check okay.
But let's get back to Romney and Romney supported view.
Is saying to America.
You gotta make a decision.
You gotta make a decision.
He's not saying it strongly enough.
He's not saying it the way I would say it -- you would say.
We have to stop the nonsense this is nonsense.
This is economic Armageddon that's where we're -- and right now we don't stop.
I can stop it.
I Mitt Romney could stop it because I'll create jobs are free up the private sector they'll have more confidence money natural money.
We'll get into circulation not.
Printed that money that was thrown out there just that you know in order official ways I can do.
Right and I'm sorry if I offended people but.
I have to get your attention and I did that's how I would handle it if he's got to back off jaws of he's gonna try to you know parts that you don't lose his solos he's.
He's got to be right in your face Mitt Romney has to be right.
In your face trying toward the American public of the danger ahead that's it.
All that all that is true.
And that is and what he was trying to make it.
The core of his campaign it was the core of the speeches.
At Tampa the problem is this thing he said -- the fund raiser is not that.
He didn't say I'm out here to create jobs he was making an analysis.
He was standing back and playing the pundit.
Trying to explain why he's not gonna win 47 -- percent of the laundry list it's meaningless that's easy practice in accrue -- saying that.
Doesn't mean anything.
It doesn't mean anything -- was caught on tape and it has -- calling half the American people.
People who consider themselves the victims in which you include Social Security recipients.
That's not Smart.
Well I don't know if -- included social.
Think that it is at the bit -- when he's talking about people who don't pay income tax.
If you're over my face on that I currently working people and I I didn't take that away that's not good 47%.
Who thought -- -- this -- as I said he made a mistake on.
-- yeah -- real quick.
How many -- what percentage would you put on the American people.
That are in that category I want my stuff and actually it I just wanted and I don't really want to work that hard for how many.
Hard -- -- 20% of Americans who call themselves liberals.
I'd add another 10% who are on the bandwagon.
And RS can be persuaded either way Charles very much to.
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