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It's time for a look at who is talking this morning.
And the first presidential debate is all while a lot of us are talking about this morning and that's a Brit Hume is covering human Bill O'Reilly talking about what that -- could potentially gain from -- showdown.
This will be a closer race in all likelihood as we get closer to Election Day one senses though that that that.
Look up an incumbent running with a record like this with the economy still -- -- serious -- many -- predicting a new recession.
We've all this trouble he's been having overseas.
Well all of that.
He ought to be a lot of trouble it's surprising to many people that he's ahead.
And we keep thinking that something will happen Mitt Romney seems an acceptable of god no he's not a great politician not a natural politician.
But he seems an honorable and decent enough man that if the people were ready to make a change they would not have a lot of trouble settling on him as a reliable change agent.
However it hasn't happened and we keep waiting for the -- that will cause it to happen.
But it hasn't come okay and that's why I think people are a lot of Republicans are downcast at the state law.
All right well Bill O'Reilly went on to say that if Mitt Romney does well like Ronald Reagan did against Jimmy Carter.
Did he can immediately become the front runner so all things can change according to this ninety minutes can make a big difference.
Well the attack -- Libyan consulate that left four Americans dead still a big talker this morning the White House.
Has come under severe scrutiny for its official version of what happened.
As you know the administration originally called it a spontaneous attack.
Only to later say it was in fact a terrorist attack -- a whole lot of folks have criticize this move as a copper up.
And that's what former secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld talked to Greta about.
Rumsfeld slamming the administration for its foreign policy saying it's a failed model with with us.
I think that the foreign policy of this administration first three and a half four years now has been one of stay a step back.
The phrase that came out of the White House to lead from -- Holland which he can't lead from behind the leaders lead from the front.
The economic management of our country has told the world that we're.
And it it was sufficient that the vice president of the United States had to go it is convention.
And say we're not in decline I don't know why did he have to say that because.
It's clear the country is managing its economic affairs in a way that tells the world were modeling America after Europe.
And that's a failed model.
Well secretary Rumsfeld also weighing in on this heavy issue about why the FBI.
Has yet to head to bed and got the in Libya to actually check out that crime scene.
He says it's probably for security reasons but never left a big issue a lot of people concerned about let's.
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