How will new jobs numbers impact 2012 race?
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer weighs in
- Duration 3:44
- Date Nov 3, 2012
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer weighs in
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He said it would cut the deficit in half.
Instead it's double what it was.
He -- he get unemployment by about that but five point 2% and we learned today it ticked up seven point.
9% that's nine million jobs short.
That was governor Mitt Romney calling out President Obama for -- falling nine failing at nine million jobs short of his promise.
Friday's jobs numbers released by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics like October's unemployment rate at some point 9% adding.
Jobs now are these new numbers going to affect the way the candidates talk about the economy in these final days for the election.
Joining is -- some perspective as -- Sox.
He feels fast and with unemployment issues the Republican governor of Arizona Jan Brewer governor thank you for joining us today.
-- -- I think heavier -- talk from all about the jobs numbers came out just yesterday the president saying that the fact that.
Jobs have been added shows that his policies are working taking a little longer than he had hoped but.
That the country is moving in the right direction what's your response to that.
Without you know we're grateful if things are out.
Are turning around a little bit but the bottom line is unemployment is that -- And he made a big promise when he ran for years ago that he was gonna turn our country around and he has not done -- I believe people are disappointed and there are ready for change in the enthusiasm.
On that we're seeing out there on the campaign trail.
On its just unbelievable.
And I believe it people are gonna go to the polls and and a cast their vote and they're gonna -- as -- -- Mitt Romney because they know that he is -- that will definitely turn the economy around and get those jobs out.
-- to those tens of thousands of people that have no job.
You think though at this point the fact that these numbers come out to just days before the elections -- will they actually have an impact though with people who are really.
I decided at this point.
Well -- I believe -- people are probably some of them a lot of them are waiting to the last minute to vote.
This weekend in -- on Election Day on Tuesday but the bottom line is is that we've got thousands tens of thousands of people.
That still don't have jobs and jobs and the economy.
Is what makes America what it it is and that's what keeps our families going.
And President Obama has had four years of failure he hasn't delivered.
And it's time for error people to stand up cast that vote and get America turned around.
You know he said that that that he would cut the nation's debt in half at the end of his first -- and that if he couldn't do that -- it should be a one term proposition.
-- now the president continues to say that he needs more time.
Playing with the American public and ticket people in your day.
Well in Arizona and I think across America people are tired of hearing the president always blame everybody else.
For his failures and making excuses he's out on in the country flying around talking about silly stuff.
That's not important to people he's not talking about the issues of the people are concerned about people wanna talk and they want -- hear his plan.
For -- recovery.
I would think -- -- these jobs are the gonna stop this unemployment.
And -- and he's not doing that he's you know he's he's talking about -- -- so I believe the people are going to respond by casting their vote.
This weekend -- on Tuesday.
For Mitt Romney.
He's the hope for the future.
Governor thank you so much for joining us today we appreciate your insights.