Listen: President Obama, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz discussed on Brian Kilmeade
"You read have a different spin on last night's debate between Rourke and Ted Cruz healthcare reform was one of the top issues. They talked about in and they spelled out the big differences between each ideas. Here's Ted Cruz work would begin with cruise. I wanna repeal ObamaCare reduce premiums. Protect preexisting conditions and expand access congressman O'Rourke wants socialized medicine. All wrong says he wants to make sure working families paid less for health care than they're paying right now can expand Medicaid more working Texans are able to be well enough to go back to work to be there for their families. We could introduce Medicare as an option on the exchanges to drive down the increase in premium costs. Yeah. There you go. Now roller key didn't pull any punches in the debate last night, especially with a pulse consistently showing him trailing Ted Cruz the latest nine percentage points. Well, unlike that first debate the democrat congressman came out swinging from the. Very beginning. Repeatedly hammered crews throughout this hour long debate even referred to him as lying Ted. Wow. The Jetson all retread right there. Why did he pull that out because it worked? Well it worked for Donald Trump. What's that doesn't mean? It's going to work for I think, it's hilarious war is very entertaining. Okay. But I think his spin last night it was very negative, especially given the fact that he just he's got an ad. That's running a lot right now, the talks about Ted Cruz is negative campaign ads. And that's really all that Iraq had last night. It was really just kind of desperate desperate psych. Just throw it all out there and see if anything sticks, and I don't think he did himself any favors the bitter debates from the very start to finish both candidates laid out distinct, visions for why they should be elected in their closing statements, those respective visions, essentially, boy, down to hope and change versus continued progress. Rourke said the country in Texas. Need inspiration and hope when Americans in government are more divided than ever before. Whether we remain the inspiration of the world is an open question right now ROY said saying he's been inspired to transcend the obstacles in fight for so-called dreamers and universal healthcare. Meanwhile, crews made his case for familiarity arguing that electing Rorick would disrupt the economic growth in Texas. That's been made over the past six years. He's been in office. This is a choice between keeping the boom. Going crew said we have the lowest Hispanic unemployment the lowest African American employment. And why would you wanna screw that is exactly right now whether a visible tensions between both candidates bemoaned the hyper partisanship griping in the country. He said that there was a moment of emotion and agreement when it came to parenting, while campaigning crews gave a very emotional answer about the difficulty of being away from his family Aurore. Who's also a father of young children said cruises. Resonate with him. Okay. Well, then come together on that. That's good. But it's just interesting how a rookie and a lot of people on the left. They just they basically want to tear down everything that's going so well, or they just don't want to acknowledge what's going so well right now on the sensor answer in Leander. Good morning. They spent her, hey, how you guys doing. We're doing fine. Well, basically, we need to come together as a nation and be respectful to each other. That's not going on. You could look at any grass you want to as far as unemployment the economy and anything you look at it from Bush to Trump and asking Bush. Things started going up. You look at Intergraph that nam nam partisan. So Trump get a lot for something. I'd like to see how things on for years, and there's no mention of the deficit anymore. All of a sudden. The deficit is a problem. Big time. Should be concerning to everyone globally. But you're saying that I think you're saying that Obama instituted some great policies that spur the economy. I didn't say that you did what I'm trying to figure out. I'm trying to read between the lines. You said between Bush and Trump. I would assume you mean Obama. I telling you you look at any graphs, and you can see when things started turning around in a nonpartisan manner. And we'll see what Trump does Trump is at the end of four years. I got you. But but but I just allow me to push. I'm not trying to debate you. I'm not trying to be mean at all, okay. After Bush, it started perking up. You said what specifically did that president? And it was Obama. What did he do to make the economy? Go up changed a bunch of policy change a bunch of things. Like all presidents, do just like Trump did also. So we'll have to see to see my minus the deficit. We'll have to see where we are in four years. Yeah. Gotcha. All right. Thank you Spencer. Maybe back. Dan was about one percent. It's now four point two percent. Under Trump Trump has been. Watering down regulations left and right. Twenty two one pair to Obama and that along with corporate taxes is what spurred growth nothing whatsoever nothing zero policies. Obama put in place spur the economy to improve zero. I'm pausing for a phone. Call to correct me five one two eight three six zero five nine nine for a little dramas. Well that pause. But yeah, that's a good point the regulations, a lack of regulations watering down has been no question about it. The big the big catapult here, and it is made. Yeah. Things were improving on the the stock market. Slowly, it was in fits and starts. The look what happened is soon as Donald Trump. Yes, you can look at some things that were improving, but you can't deny that when Trump got in there, then it just went absolutely bliss economy launched off like a rocket when Trump won election because business owners developed an immediate confidence in the economy started hiring and spending right Perry, right period. There's no denying that. You didn't get that under Obama, and you won't get that. If Joe Biden becomes your president in twenty twenty s has more than seven million job openings right now, the most since records began in two thousand the Labor Department, according to the figures from August means the available jobs jobs outnumber, the jobless workers who are actively seeking work by almost one. Hundred thousand the most ever in what Obama policy did that in fact to unfulfilled John fill jobs, never exceeded unemployed workers before March of this year underscoring the tightness of the American labor market what Obama policy created then. Don't know Dan help you Kelly. Good morning. Hi. Geico works advertisements, certainly. Yeah. I noticed that he tries to give you a warm fuzzy feeling about what he wants to do. But he never mentioned specifically in favor, of example. You never have talked about sanctuary cities start Smith sanctuary cities. His willingness to apologize his his his his willingness to have really lax border enforcement anything like that. Listen, Kelly on social media. A lot of people are pushing back on the bachelor Rourke wants to abolish is. Let's be clear. He doesn't want to he'll say he doesn't want to abolish is. But he sure does want to cut the funding and change all the rules and the guidelines that would basically dismantle ice s-early. Sure. What he also said he's hoping to abolishing. I absolutely. So take worse of what they are. But you have to dig beyond that thin veneer of them Serb, even they're put out there in his advertisements to see the real bagel of the real Beethoven. A Robert Francis award. Yeah. The irishman. It's pretty interesting Kelly, the the progressive left even back to- himself. They say it's time to it's time to not elect rich white people in office. Because my because minorities need their chance. So what is the democrat party of Texas? Do they push a rich white guy to take out a Latino in the Senate? Yeah, they put up a button-down yuppie from El Paso. Yeah. I got you. Yeah. Thank you who's Barack Obama wannabe. Yeah. Big time. Well, he there's no doubt it is life campaign ad where he's talking about, you know, or we're going to buy into all the fear that the ride is trying to create. It's a slick looking at I guess he looks good on the ad. But both Kim turned each other. When the ad was done the first time we saw. So what did he what what was that? What what does he what is he going to do? Tom on Anderson. Good morning, Tom. Yes, sir. Y'all we're talking about Obama didn't help the economy will he is personally responsible for eight years of the most robust firearms industry ever. The United States more firearms sold due to the fears of his bands that every history. Yeah, that's true. Did work at how he thought it would. Yeah. You know, you're absolutely right. He's the best. He he was the best firearm salesman for eight years. He didn't set out to be got some commission for that. Yeah. Yeah. Indirectly. He sure was Ida. Good morning Ida. Good morning. Hi, I'm trying to figure out you said that President Obama. I did not come up with anything to make the economy better. Well, number one, he wasn't a businessman, and I don't think he hired business people. So how would they know what to do? That's good point out of. You're absolutely right. They had no idea. What to do? Good point. So that's what happened. It has eight years. Yeah. That's too bad.."