Well, I know even some of the people in your own party were very disappointed when you didn’t close Gitmo. And I thought, well closing Gitmo — why close that, we spent so much money on it. But, I thought maybe as an excuse.
Oh, What do you mean shut up?
OK, I thought it was just because somebody had the stupid idea of trying terrorists in downtown New York City. Maybe that was it.
I’ve got to, I’ve got to hand it to you. I’ve got to give credit where credit is due. You did finally overrule that finally. And that’s so, now we’re moving onward. I know, in the, you were against the war in Iraq and that’s okay. But you thought the war in Afghanistan was OK.
You know, I mean — you thought that was something worth doing. We
didn’t check with the Russians to see how they did there for 10 years.
But we did it, and it was, it’s something to be thought about and I think that when we get to maybe — I think you’ve mentioned something about having a target date for bringing everybody home and you give that target date, and I think Mr. Romney asked the only sensible question. He says, “Why are you giving the date out now? Why don’t you just bring them home tomorrow morning?”
And I thought — I thought, yeah — there’s, I’m not going to shut up. It’s my turn.
So anyway, we’re going to have, we’re going to have to have a little chat about that. And then, I just wondered, all these promises and then I wondered about, you know, when the, What? What do you want me to tell Romney? I can’t tell him to do that. That. He can’t do that to himself.
You’re crazy. You’re absolutely crazy. You’re getting as bad as Biden.
Of course we all now Biden is the intellect of the Democratic party.
Just kind of a grin with a body behind it.
But I just think that there’s much to be done and I think that Mr. Romney and Mr. Ryan are two guys that can come along. See, I never thought it was a good idea for attorneys to be president, anyway because… Yeah.
I think attorneys are so busy. You know they’re always taught to argue everything, and always weigh everything and weigh both sides and they’re always, you know, they’re always devil’s advocating this and bifurcating this and bifurcating that. You know all that stuff. But, I think it is maybe time. What do you think for maybe a businessman? How about that?
A stellar businessman. Quote, unquote, a stellar businessman. And I think it’s that time. And I think if you just kind of stepped aside and Mr. Romney can kind of take over.
You could still use the plane. Though maybe a smaller one. Not that big gas guzzler when you’re going around to colleges and talking about student loans and stuff like that.
You’re an ecological man. Why would you want to drive that truck around?
OK, well anyway. All right, I’m sorry. I can’t do that to myself either.
But I’d just like to say something, ladies and gentlemen. Something that I think is very important. It is that, you, we, we own this country.
Thank you. Thank you.
Yes, we own it. And it’s not you owning it and not politicians owning it. Politicians are employees of ours.
And, so, they’re just going to come around and beg for votes every few years. It’s the same old deal. But I just think that it’s important that you realize and that you’re the best in the world.
And whether you’re Democrat or whether you’re a Republican or whether you’re Libertarian or whatever, you’re the best. And we should not ever forget that. And when somebody does not do the job, we got to let ‘em go.
Let ‘em go.
OK, just remember that. And I’m speaking out for everybody out there. It doesn’t hurt, we don’t have to be
I do not say that word anymore.
Well, maybe one last time.
We don’t have to be — what I’m saying, we don’t have to be metal masochists and vote for somebody that we don’t really even want in office just because they seem to be nice guys or maybe not so nice guys if you look at some of the recent ads going out there. I don’t know.
You want to make my day, huh?
(PUBBLICO: Make my day!)
Thank you. Thank you very much.
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