Viewers vs. Cavuto
Neil reads audience e-mail
- Duration 5:31
- Date Sep 21, 2012
Neil reads audience e-mail
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I don't in my hat is off to the I man no sooner had -- gotten off his verified so this morning on Fox Business Network then I was getting emails left and right over some comments I made.
Whereas in this morning namely that this old dust up over what Mitt Romney said back in May -- -- what the president -- back and 1998 won't make -- -- a difference to voters this November.
-- city and -- you are so long to boot up -- -- that 47%.
That Mitt Romney wrote off trust me I've written him off.
Carl in LA did you really say where over obsessing about all the groups Romney ticked off -- that 47 present.
No what I said -- is we're not obsessing over the fact that 47%.
Aren't paying income taxes.
Some quite genuinely some quite deservedly but something is very wrong in a country.
When it's tax base has shrunk to half the people in this country it's an alarming trend.
And I'm less interested in whose noses out of joint.
More interested in fixing this -- this country.
-- New York City I think you're exactly right we're focusing on not sensitive in the media pushing it knows it good for you are -- via AOL Thibodeau had that tabloid.
Make more sense in seven minutes and these other you have -- pundits have.
These last seven days.
Connor did Yahoo! Cavuto you say Romney's Smart.
So why does he look so stupid well as I told Don -- -- Who will only know whether -- -- come Election Day right so no need to rush egg on anyone's face right now.
Ben in LA I -- rights to doubt you you know is clueless when he sees it.
Alice via Yahoo! don't know who's worse the tabloid on oxygen or the clueless anger clearly on -- it.
-- in Texas takes offense to I think this is Tom.
I'm done with -- I -- -- near city Don has to placate the liberals but I don't have to hear I'm also tired of everyone being that love yourself.
Well I'm with you on the -- thing I've and I am with you on that Donna in Atlantic City.
Heard you want Imus and I think I heard something unprecedented media guide telling and other media guide.
How this rush to judgment is -- all media guys did I hear that right did I hear you right.
Andy is still -- a job because you weren't pretty bipartisan -- Well done as of now I I think I still have a job because I still think I said nothing wrong and needed -- dot.
But don't believe me here for yourself here now highlight of the exchange it apparently is prompted all of these -- good in -- -- the -- man man to man.
On the state of this race between these 2 men we -- are you decide.
Saw last year off there if -- like you know Romney Adrian I do personally electable and can.
And doesn't bother you listen to Oprah is not -- dot com.
He got a good campaign -- I think that remains to be -- there's election hasn't happened yet has -- -- do you think that these leaked videos.
And he's -- steps -- to impeachment.
It's gonna make a difference when people don't know you don't I do not.
I think in the end.
It always is the economy I think that's what decides it -- -- we can have.
Extenuating circumstances this Middle East explosion.
Could have that an impact on almost every US election.
Is is decided.
By the economy have good people feel -- maybe not so good people feel and and we're always willing to entertain.
Switching horses midstream it did -- an incumbent is battling.
A tough economy but we got to really see that other horse and I think in 1980 when the polls assembly -- going into the first debate between Jimmy Carter.
And Ronald Reagan.
A lot of people still like Jimmy Carter they were frustrated with the economy.
But they were more than willing to entertain an alternative and along came Ronald Reagan approve an appealing alternatives so the debates will probably decide how many cable -- -- All the person room and watch -- I think it plays a part I know there's a lot of the house under par.
Well I do think it helped George Bush I think did -- many polls were done.
On the debates between he and Al Gore.
And then later on between he and John Kerry and I think most people said who won the debates and a lot of it's a particularly.
In 2004 -- John Kerry.
Who do you like -- who did you relate to more well George Bush I'm not saying that it's always the case.
But it does help if people feel you're either more approachable -- likable.
And I think in 1960 from the television.
Critics later who so did Richard Nixon looks sweating and detached and John Kenny looked relax and smooth these things on some level.
-- -- -- But -- you -- you guys on under its -- -- As a -- -- and experiment to my -- -- to -- you know decision and she wants to have such about a line well who doesn't know how hard no.
Him anyway I don't Charleston so dramatic -- like him.
And on the -- under -- images of an oxygen taken apart as it makes your feel.
What's a bigger person.
-- Shia -- New York earlier.
Look at it you know I thanks so do I could lose weight you will always be evil thank you very much for this is it.
Nor on for twelve menace to its well it's my life from never getting back or not are there I don't get a -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Had a great -- it held an interview on but I wish I did one.