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The same course we run out of -- do better destination.
The same path means twenty trillion dollars -- -- passed on to our kids.
It means crippling unemployment and stagnant take home pay -- depressed -- values.
And it means a devastated military which we must not allowed I have.
This is not just a choice between two candidates are two parties.
It's a choice between two different visions of a man.
It's a choice between the plumber tour.
Policies that crashed our economy.
Well that was Mitt Romney and President Obama making their closing arguments but will be enough to sway voters when they head to the polls tomorrow here now for a fair and balanced debate.
Republican strategist bill -- -- And democratic strategist and former aide to governor James McGreevey -- Dowdell thank you both for joining us thank you so up -- Reagan -- years ago are you better off today than four years ago.
Tara not many people right now can say yes to that almost four years into the Obama administration what impact does that -- well I think.
A lot of people can say they're better off when President Obama first took office we were losing 850000.
Jobs approximately a month.
That's a huge number of people the economy was hemorrhaging the economy was also negative.
Now the economy's growing we have 171000.
Jobs created last month.
And our economy is drawing while you're up and other parts of the global economy are actually slowing down to the fact that week we're growing in other people are slowing down all around the world -- obviously we're doing something right but for the people for hurting.
The president needs to lay out a vision and com and a plan to continue to push -- continue to lay out his vision -- and push fill our people better off.
Now look I mean the bottom line is that if you are one of those 23 million people who are unemployed or underemployed in -- looking for work.
You're clearly not better off now than you were four years ago and and I think when when the Democrats talk about the president's final argument.
You know he is an essentially stayed away from talking about the economy keeps talking about him as a person and you know who I am entrusted -- Look the guy's head for years to turn this thing around he spent an awful lot of time blaming his predecessor.
And he's had an awful lot of time to write this ship and you know we've had almost four years of near 8%.
Unemployment so I think that there are a lot of broken promises that came in with this administration when you talk about the doubling of the dead.
Gas prices joblessness.
It's certainly time for change -- Mitt Romney has really been making that case very effective on our last few months.
The final push is on right now we've got the campaign stops for both candidates President Obama will be in Wisconsin Ohio.
Romney's gonna be in Florida Virginia Ohio and New Hampshire.
Terra how important are these closing arguments.
-- this very important it's important for the president -- on energize his supporters his people he's raised a record number of people more than they did in 2008 to get those people on motivate them.
And and to bill's point the president absolutely has been talking about his record he's running commercials about his record so I think when he talks about what he inherited he did inherit a mess and he's giving context so people understand.
-- how bad things -- so they can really see how far we've come and we have come a very long way.
You know it's interesting to hear you -- that terror because.
When you think about the president looking at some of the job growth that they may have had this has been the most anemic recovery in forty years you -- you look back to Ronald Reagan.
When he cut taxes and got business stimulated you had nine straight quarters of economic growth averaging 6%.
This president has only had three quarters and they've only averaged about 3% so really at best it's an anemic and then I think the -- -- and.
In our area and Stanley had and I'm there with both of you Tara Dowdell -- stating -- thank you both for joining us.
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