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country. they're calling it a precautionary step. this comes a week after a gunman murdered a canadian soldier in ottawa. cana canada's prime minister has called the incident a terrorist attack. a commercial supply ship exploding moments after liftoff. the private, unmanned rocket blew up over the complex. orbital sciences corporation says no one on the ground is believed to have been hurt, but there is damage to the facilities. "hannity" starts now. 9:00 p.m. welcome to "hannity." the 2014 midterm elections is one week from today. tonight ahead of this extremely important election, we've
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gathered together a few of the biggest names, glenn beck, congressman paul ryan. donald trump. are you ready? time to roll. tonight one week until election day and the midterm momentum belongs to the gop. bill hemmer is at the hannity billboard with the latest projections. >> abraham lincoln knew, trust the people. >> the outspoken glenn beck stops by to reveal his predictions for november 4th. >> the people will fix these problems. >> don't let anybody tell you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs. >> billionaire businessman donald trump responds to those outrageous comments from the 2016 democratic front-runner. and how will republicans prevent a lame duck president's amnesty's agenda. congressman paul ryan is here with the answer. all that plus an exclusive
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announcement right here on this program regarding the 43rd president of the united states. "hannity" starts right here right now. and the momentum belongs to the republican party according to a brand new "washington post"/abc news poll, 46% of adults believe na the gop will take back control of the u.s. senate. 33% believe it will not. joining me now at the "hannity" billboard, the comprehensive update on the state of the, bill hemmer. >> slight changes out there today. let's go through it again. on the what if scenario for what we think may happen. this is based on the polling again, okay? you're at 55-45, that's your baseline foundation for where you start in the u.s. senate. we do believe that west virginia is likely republican. so too is south dakota and likewise for -- >> you're taking away my -- i like conservatives to take over
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a little more of the country. >> you have three on the board right now. that's where republicans believe they'll have, 52-48. what did we see earlier today? we talked about south carolina, this is a poll we saw today. at a high point north carolina it's tied, kay hagan, 44, thom tillis at 44. all in all, very close. you're at one percentage point. there's one other race in the country that i'll get to in a moment that is slightly closer than that. they're going to spend more money on this race in north carolina than we've ever seen in a singular senate race. >> in terms of the little analysis, hagen was up four or five consistently. >> she appeared to be. >> up till the last week and a half. >> then you see a little bit of movement there. >> swing towards tillis. >> the polling has gone toward tillis, but if democrats are able to get a firewall next tuesday -- >> it's going to be north carolina. you will know early on in the
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night whether hagen. >> remember back in 2012 it took a little longer for romney to take the state and that was an indicator that, uh-oh -- >> the future on that. now i want to go up to the northeast because something's moving up here in new hampshire. i don't know what it is. i don't even know if it's legitimate, but scott brown according to the poll has a one-point lead now. >> second poll in two days that has scott brown up. >> we've been watching this, real clear average. you take them together, 2.2 points for shaheen overall when you put them together. you know what he's hammering her on? >> immigration. >> ebola and isis, too, national security. so it seems to be working for right now up in new hampshire. >> that's now in play where i didn't think it was in play a week ago. >> i'd agree with that also. it is definitely in play at the moment and could go either way. >> that was a surprise to me. we'll see. >> in iowa right now another blue state that republicans want to turn red. we saw this poll a little bit earlier today. this is a college out of
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dubuque, iowa, and bruce braley, according to this poll at the college, he's got a one-point lead over joni ernst. we've tracked her movement. she's gone steadily up. >> that's one outlier. she's been study in about three in the lead now coming down to this poll. but still up. >> 1.7 if you put them all together. there's a very popular republican governor. he's doing very well in the polling right now. they believe she can draft off of him. but we're about to see whether or not that's about to happen. >> close, though. >> yes, it is. and north carolina very close. the closest race in the country still is kansas right there in the middle. there's not a lot of new polling on this, but there are 0.6% between pat roberts who again i mentioned a week ago seemed to be getting some legs under him against greg orman. orman an independent. roberts try to cast him as a democrat. >> orman says he's an independent. >> that's where the folks in
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kansas -- but a month ago he was -- >> interesting. >> this is going -- >> -- he hasn't answered the question who would he pick for majority leader. harry reid? >> a few more questions he's not been able to answer. >> keystone pipeline. >> probably hurt him, too, with the folks in kansas. early voting, it's happening right now. we think about election day first tuesday in november, it really started weeks ago. i did a lot of research earlier today trying to figure out where's the movement in some of these states. generally speaking, republicans feel good about what they're seeing in iowa. generally speaking, republicans feel good about what they're seeing in colorado. >> okay. >> generally speaking, democrats feel good about what they're seeing so far in north carolina. >> some other things i was picking up on here. >> did you see the poll coming out. >> first dan sullivan in vegas and alaska? i just want to conclude on this. in florida, the reason why i'm so cautious about talking about
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early voting is because you can read whatever you want to read into this early voting. republican look for your information, democrat look for your information. yesterday morning there was information in southeast florida that suggested heavy voting in the heavy democratic counties of florida that was turnout was very low. 24 hours later they said rick scott -- i'm sorry. >> charlie crist. >> charlie crist has good news over rick scott. so a bit difficult to read. >> i had heard north carolina was the early voting was showing -- oh, sorry. >> eh, eh. >> was showing heavy voting for the democrats. >> in the county where you find charlotte and some other places, yeah, were turning that out. >> interesting, then we see what happens in those two states, which i believe will go red. >> whoa, whoa, whoa. now you got it. >> then we'll find out in december. so i'm still where i was. >> 53-47. >> appreciate it as always. we'll see you on election night
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as well. no secret the democrats continue to distance themselves from president obama. some are going a step further. they're running from harry reid. watch this. >> would you vote for harry reid and ms. perdue would you vote for harry word and ms. mcconditimcconnell who would you vote for? >> i'll vote for the democrat who will best serve the interests of combating gridlock. >> will you vote for harry reid? >> i'm going to make any decision. i said a couple of months ago that i would, but i'll base my decision on what is before me. >> you're not committing? >> i'm going to wait to see what the leadership looks like. >> joining us with reaction to this and much more, author of the brand new book available today "dreamers and deceivers: true stories of the heroes and villains who made america." good friend of the program, glenn beck. since you left technology has
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improved. we don't need to use the backboard. >> i still use the blackboard. >> that's great. we've had private discussions, we've been on each other's shows a lot. and i think we're in the same place. i am really upset with republicans because i don't think they're putting out a vision that is inspiring. >> no. the reason why the republicans are duking it out is because they clip the wings and knock the knees out of anybody who actually believes in the constitution and actually wanted to really go and make some fundamental changes in washington. and so they're duking it out, you know, progressive versus progressive in some of these states. itses a foolish, they're spending this money where they could have united the country which most americans actually agree with. >> they will have an opportunity if in fact the polls are right and the polls are up and down and on any given day you see states one candidate is up, i
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can't really tell, i don't have a crystal ball. but assuming they get control of the senate, it would be good for two reasons. first and foremost it would stop the barack obama agenda, i would hope. >> what are they going to do on immigration? because that's going to be the big one. >> the first thing that's going to happen, sean, he's printed the green card. with the stroke of a pen, he is going to make the illegals legal. so now if they have control of the house and the senate, what do they do? and what moral authority do they have to be able to actually make any kind of moves? >> the only constitutional authority is the power of the purse which they've been unwilling to use up to this point. >> correct. they haven't used it on really easy kind of things. they're going to use it on this? and what's that going to do to the country at this point? if they actually got into power, i would really love to see them start with things that would unite all of us. for instance, on themselves say, look, we're here to police ourselves first.
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because everybody knows washington is broken. so we're going to start on insider trading. no longer can we have insider trading, no longer can congress not live by the same exact laws that everybody else does. we're going to make sure that we don't have any special exemptions on obamacare. we're going to reduce our salary. we're going to put term limits in for us. if they went and they attack themselves first, they would actually have the moral authority to be able to -- >> you and i are on the same page. when we come back, i want you to lay out your top five, six items. i'll lay out mine. and what i think the vision should be. the one and only glenn beck. be sure to tune in a week from tonight. chonch starts at 6:00 p.m. the one and only donald trump. paul ryan and we have an announcement that involves president george w. bush.
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and torlakson's plan calls for more parental involvement. spending decisions about our education dollars should be made by parents and teachers, not by politicians. tell tom torlakson to keep fighting for a plan that invests in our public schools. we continue with the author of the brand new book available today "dreamers and deceivers -- true stories of the heroes and villains who make america." glenn beck. if i had my way i'd want a return to the constitution, number one. i want to secure our borders. i'd want to stop robbing from our children. i like the penny plan. i'd like choice in health care. i like health care savings accounts. i would certainly like school choice. that would be a big issue of mine. and a recognition that radical islam exists which we don't have
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right now like in the case of ft. hood or the case of oklahoma. what are glenn beck's top six items for house to turn the country around? >> return to common sense, return to common sense, return to common sense, return to common sense, return to common sense. you are not going to be able to fix anything until we can at least admit and then fix the low hanging fruit. it comes from common sense. these are the ones that i don't think are necessarily the easiest or the hardest or the biggest. these are just the ones that i think americans can pretty much see, oh, that's common sense, yes, we should do that. for instance, americans don't feel like they're -- they're not secure. they're not secure in health, they're not secure in their economic prosperity and they're not secure with terror. so what do you do? let's start with health, ebola. it's very clear. you can fly all the planes, all the doctors, all the resources, anybody you want to africa, but
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if they're flying out of west africa, they've got to come through an isolation and they're in for 21 days. it's really simple. that just gives you confidence. whether it even does anything or not, it restores katie and restores common sense. two on terror, you're exactly right. we have to start saying the truth. it is not radicalized islam. this is psychotic islam. anyone who thinks that you can behead people that disagree with you, that's psychotic. that's got to be called for what it is. and also announce that, yes, it does happen here in america as well. it is all throughout the planet. we have to recognize it, see what it is, rip it out by its roots. that doesn't mean we hate anybody. that's common sense. the next thing is economic. you know, we have to just at least start admitting that we have a problem. people say that our economy is doing fine. our economy is not doing fine. i have verifiable -- anybody who
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is an economist can tell you this is verifiable. they're telling us that the fed is printing so much money or digitizing because we're worried about deflation. well, deflation doesn't happen unless you don't have any velocity of money. if you don't have money going out and being spent, it's because people don't feel secure. they don't have the money. they don't have jobs. that's why nobody spends money. so they're worried about deflation. they're printing money. i keep saying, hey, inflation, inflation, watch inflation. we're not worried about that. if you're not worried about inflati inflation, that is verification that you know our economy is deathly ill because once you fix the engine, velocity hits in and then you have inflation. they're worried about deflation. you're printing too much money. you're setting us up for a vimar republic. those three things you could
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easily fix. the economy, we have to fix the engine of the economy. we have to stop the fed from digitizing any more money. enough is enough, stop spending it. on health care let's just start with ebola. stop the flights out of africa without isolation. and the last one is stop with the political correctness. let's stop saying that this is a gun and somebody chopping off your head is workplace violence. that doesn't make any sense. >> let me ask you the reality here. because in principle, i agree with everything you said. i'd say it a little differently. the penny plan, take a penny out of every dollar. we're breaking open our kids' piggy banks. secure the border for ebola and isis. radical islam, school choice, health care that people can buy across state lines, pre-existing conditions. >> yep. >> free markets -- but my fear is i don't hear very many.
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there are a few ted cruizes out there, do you have faith that they'll do a lot of these things? >> let me answer this way. when george bush -- i saw george bush -- barack obama was still running. and he was running against hillary. and at the time hillary was winning. this is the day that barack obama said i'll just fly the planes over the border into bomb -- not syria -- pakistan. i'll just bomb pakistan. that was insane at the time. that was a day i was meeting the president in the oval office. mr., what do you think of that. he said, trying to comfort me, glenn, don't worry. whoever sits behind this desk in this office will find that their hands are tied. they'll get the same advice that i've been getting. believe me they'll do almost
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exactly the same thing that i have done. i fear -- he tried to make me feel better on that. that did not make me feel better. it's come true. i fear whoever gets into office unless they truly have a spine and they listen to the american people and to common sense, they're going to do exactly the same thing. >> half the population wants bigger government. we believe in lichlted government. we believe in greater responsibility. half the country according to the latest gallup poll, they want more stuff from the government. >> listen to the american people, they don't -- look, sean, we can argue about policies all day long, but common sense -- if we don't go back and change the culture and change people's heart and start speaking the truth kindly to one another, gently without politics, we're not going to make it. it's not too late, though. we will make it. we just have to be our best selves. >> on that very positive note, glenn, thank you for staying up late. >> you bet. coming up a damning new poll
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for the obama white house just one week before the midterm election. and it all has to do with the economy. the one, the only donald trump is here in studio. later i'll ask congressman paul ryan how he and his republican colleagues plan to stop president obama from implementing amnesty after the election. and our announcement regarding george w. bush. you don't want to miss it. not all toothbrushes are created equal. oral-b toothbrushes are engineered with end-rounded bristles so brushing doesn't scratch gums. and angled perfectly to remove 90% of plaque for a healthier smile. trust the brand more dentists and hygienists use. oral-b.
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same or getting worse. yesterday vice president joe biden actually agreed that the economy has not gotten better on their watch. take a look. >> you know the truth, middle class is still in trouble. the middle class is still in trouble. you don't have to know the numbers. you can feel it. the gross domestic product means the nation grew over the last ten years by over 25%. and productivity went up 30%, but middle class wages went up, according to this group, by only 14 cents. hear me. 14 cents. you know it. you don't have to know the number. but you know. the middle class has been left behind. >> here to break down the failures of the obama economy, the one and only donald trump. every night i wear your ties. >> at macy's. >> thank you. >> everyone asks for them. i'm always telling them they're trump ties the and i have to give them away.
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>> i see a lot of the fox guys are wearing them. >> they steal my gas, they steal my ties. what an admission after six years that so many people are hurting. >> people are doing very badly. families are doing very badly. if you look at family income, it's lower than it has been in six, seven years. that's a big stat. when you look at a family, their income was lower than it was six years ago. that's a terrible stat. >> when i hear 50 million americans are in poverty, for all the talk that the rich don't care about the poor, how many people do you put to work every year? >> thougsands and thousands of people. i just started the old post office in illinois, we'll employ thousands in construction then ultimately the hotel will open. doral 800 acres in the middle of miami. we put a lot of people to work. >> how do we get to a point where 50 million americans are on food stamps, 50 million americans in poverty, the lowest labor participation rate since the '70s?
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>> and a false unemployment rate. when you are looking for a job and you give up, you're considered employed. actually if you think of it you're considered employed. it's probably 18, 19 maybe 20% the real number. >> you were a harsh critic as i was about president obama. did you anticipate this? >> no. >> is he worse than what you thought it would be? >> i never thought it would be this bad. it's turned out to be a disaster, whether with a look at ebola, with the no quarantine people coming in and it's going to get worse. we sent 4,000 soldiers over to fight. >> four hours of training, not even fully equipped. >> they interviewed some of them, they never heard of the word two weeks before this happened. >> it's crazy. i want to play for you hillary clinton. she says corporations and businesses don't create jobs. said this at a campaign rally. kind of sounds like barack obama saying you didn't build that. take a look. >> don't let anybody, don't let anybody tell you that, you know,
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it's corporations and businesses that create jobs. you know, that old theory trickle down economics. that has been tried, that has failed. >> don't let anyone tell you that, you know, that corporations and businesses create jobs. who creates the jobs then? >> well, she's going over to the elizabeth warren side of things. and i don't know maybe she believes that, maybe she doesn't. i know hillary, i've never seen this one from her. that's a pretty big statement. by the way, very sad statement for the country. it's not true and a very sad statement. >> what would you do -- you flirted with the idea of running for president. if you were the president of now what would donald trump be doing to make the economy stronger? >> i'd do a lot of things. end obamacare and come up with a better plan for the people that's a lot less expensive. another thing very big, i'd take back jobs. you look at china they're taking all our jobs. where is apple?
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it's all made in china and other places but mostly in china. the other one people don't realize is mexico. soon it's going be our biggest -- that's where we'll get much of our stuff from mexico, yet we have the sergeant tam ma reesy who we can't even -- one phone call from a competent president and he's out. one phone call. yet he sits there literally rotting in a rough mexican jail. >> with the ptsd. >> with a whole lot of problems. >> and all he did was make a wrong turn. anyone that inspired you, that guy might be the guy? >> too early to say. i've been hearing about mitt romney. problem is he blew it. whether you like him or don't like him, i like him, but he blew it. he had that election won. four weeks to that election obama was doing horribly and he blew it. >> you're talking about the third debate. >> i'm not talking about the third debate, which he really
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blew, the second debate was bad the third was atrocious. >> the first was great. >> somebody at golf. you have guys that can never sing that three-footer to win the match. he failed. >> so you don't want him to run. >> i don't think he should. nothing against mitt. i don't think he should run because he choked or whatever you want to say, but he blew it. that was an election that was easier to win than running against hillary. >> but the electoral map is such when you start out without california, new york, new jersey, washington, illinois, you got to run the table. you got to get a purple state, virginia, ohio, florida. >> but in the last election, a lot of republicans, they didn't vote. >> we'll come back, more with donald trump right after the break. later congressman paul ryan is here to tell us what is the republican plan to stop the president from implementing all-out amnesty through executive action after the elections? stick around till after the show. i have an exclusive announcement
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and you know, whether it's ebola or the borders themselves, but people are just flocking in by the tens of thousands. >> isis. >> we're doing nothing. isis is just a disaster. >> i sat in a briefing with governor rick perry, and the people giving the briefing said they're catching people with syria, yemen, afghanistan and pakistan. between ebola and isis and terrorism you think we'd secure them. >> there's no question about it. there's no question about it. >> john hoffmeister used to be the ceo of shell oil. he says we have more oil, natural gas, coal, especially with new technology, horizontal drilling and hydrofracking, that we would be energy independent for at least 200 years. >> 100%, that's right. >> why don't we do it? >> we have environmental laws. i have so many friends in the business and they're stymied at every level. i will say this. i was the one that said when we go to iraq, you're going to leave and the worst guy worse than saddam hussein, whoever the
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worst is and hates this country the most, that's going to be the new boss. >> we should have taken the oil. >> people say you're talking about a sovereign nation. we should have taken it. you know who has the oil now? >> we should have made them pay for their liberation and compensate every soldier, the americans that died. >> at a minimum. you know who has the oil now? isis. it's a terrible situation. >> how would you deal with isis? >> i would go very, very hard and very, very strong. and it looks to me like we're dealing with them in a very weak fashion. and at some point something's going to have to happen. now, i will say this. iran, if you look at it, is a big enemy. we're doing all the fighting. we're doing all the bombing. you go to syria, they want to attack syria. stopping them fro attacking. first, let isis lose for a little while, let them knock off syria and after they knock off syria, then you knock off isis. but when you see the beheadings
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and the things they're doing right in our face. they have no respect for our president. when they do that and they send it out for the world to see, they have no respect for us or certainly -- >> vladimir putin. >> he certainly doesn't. >> well, does the president deserve -- for example, i don't think -- we won the war in iraq. you and i were on different side. we argued about it on radio. >> i was never a fan. >> the surge solved the war. >> what are you going to do, stay there forever? the surge worked in a limited way. when they had a fight they gave billion of equipment and ran like a bunch of thieves. >> all we needed to do was keep intelligent forces on the ground. we would have seen isis on the move, we would have been able to strike early before they got ramallah and fallujah. we could have stopped ahead of time. >> sean, keep the oil. we should have never left.
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we could go back and get it right now, but that's what should have happened. >> who inspires you in the political arena today? >> you don't have too many people. you go back to the great -- i had somebody who gave me a great picture the other day of ronald reagan. and you look and you said -- >> he had it. >> he was making a speech, beautiful framed picture. and i thought he was terrific. i knew him a little bit. i was young. he was older. but he was terrific. and i don't see that. do you see that on the horizon? >> i'm looking. >> well, look hard. >> i'm looking real -- are you going to get into the arena. >> we'll see what happens. >> are you going to start this again? >> no, i'm not. >> you're not, you're out. >> no, i didn't say that. i said i'm not going to start that again. don't forget, i never did start it. they put me in polls and i do well in polls. every time i do well in polls, they think i'm run. the country is in serious trouble. i would do a good job. we'll see what happens. >> you would run america like a business. >> properly and with heart. a lot of people don't understand that. i would run it with heart.
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>> i'd like to see a little more passion out of obama. a little more passion about his golf game and basketball than he is about -- >> he's played over 200 round of golf. >> i haven't played 200 rounds in my life. have you? >> you and touring professionals. >> mr. trump, good to see you again. thank you for my ties. when do i get a discount? >> any time you want. >> president obama and his liberal spin machine, they flew to wisconsin where they are trying their hardest to unseat the governor. congressman paul ryan will react to that, then later my announcement that involves the 43rd president of the united states straight ahead. she inspires you. no question about that. but your erectile dysfunction - that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph,
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in wisconsin. like you say, three elections in four years. we're used to the outside money coming in trying to take our state from the hard working taxpayers in wisconsin. barack obama is here for two reasons. he's two peas in a pod with mary burke. she's a libber eral progressivet like him. it's all about turnout. he's here to try to drive turnout. a very close election. we feel like we've had a good turnout system going. our voters are very mobilized. i've been crisscrossing the state all week. i'll be in a bus with scott walker in wisconsin tomorrow. we've got energized voters because scott walker did his job. here's the story. he told people what he was, what he believed, what he was going to do, then he got elected and he did it. his reforms are working. he balanced the budget, lowered taxes, turning the economy around, reforming our schools. it's actually working. but it's close because scott has had tens of millions of dollars of liberal special interest
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money coming from outside of wisconsin pounding him down trying to make this a close race. >> i was in wisconsin at a tournament my kids were at. and i saw a lot of the ads. you were the only one of all the states i've been in in recent weeks that actually ran a positive ad about solutions. but i saw the ads against governor walker. you would think he's the worst criminal ever to be a governor. >> right. >> didn't he take a high deficit and a lot of debt, didn't he turn it into a surplus and high unemployment rate that has almost been reduced in half? >> that's right. he took over a $3 billion deficit and turned it into a surplus, lowered property taxes. act ten we call it. he gave us control of our state government back. he asked that people that work for the state government pay something for their health and pension benefits just like the hardworking taxpayers who paid for them in the first place do. and he gave us the ability to reform our schools at local school district level and those reforms are working. we're getting more jobs in wisconsin, more employers
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relocating, balanced budget, reformed schools, it's working but the liberal progressives are coming unglued. they don't want to see these reforms stick. i always tell people courage is on the ballot. trying to accepted a signal to any other reformer don't dare try this because we'll get you next. >> the ads are worse than the ad of a paul ryan look alike throwing poor grandma over the cliff, i think it was that bad. by all accounts this should be a good year for the republicans a week from tonight. i don't know. i don't have a crystal ball. but i look at the polls. that's what the polls tell us. if the republicans get control of the senate, what does that mean for the country? what does that mean for obama's agenda? >> we stop his agenda, we stop him from stacking the courts with liberal progressives that could never get a bipartisan vote, from stacking regulatory agencies with liberals that can never get a bipartisan vote. that's what the senate does to begin with.
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but then we give the president the luxury to make a decision or two. put bills on the desk, keystone pipeline, things that we pass out of the house that go nowhere because of harry reid and the senate. we passed over 380 bills dealing with things like border security, job security, energy policy, keystone pipeline, and they go nowhere in the senate. 380 plus bills sitting in the senate collecting dust because harry reid won't pass them. and if we do get the senate we can put those bills on his desk. >> then we can see where the president stands and if he'll veto those bills. >> that's right. >> if the poll follows through on his threat for executive amnesty, what do you have in terms of tools at your kidispos to stop him from doing that? >> first of all, it's unconstitutional. we're already going through the court system on other unconstitutional executive orders that he's worked on and we would add this to the pile. second of all, if we can get the power of the purse, we'll explore every option that we can to exercise that to get this
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executive to honor the constitution. if he were to do something like that, by the way, he'll put million of people in legal limbo, poison the well for congress, and do something that's so blatantly unconstitutional and so we're telling the administration don't even think about doing this. >> i have little doubt that he'll do it. >> well, i don't know the answer to that question. we'll find out. but if he does do that, it's not constitutional. it's going around congress. if you want to change a law, go to congress and work with congress to change the law. you can't union laterally write a law -- >> he's done it on health care, he's done it on immigration, done it with welfare, did it with the >> we don't have the power of the pours. we'd like to be exercise that more effectively.
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sitting down george w. bush for the entire hour about his new book he wrote to honor his father and appropriately titled "41, a portrait of my father". herelék now for a first time anywhere, a sneak peek as told by the author. take a look. >> over time, historians will analyze his life and presidency. some books will be objective.tañ this book is not. this is an intimate portrait. a love story about the extraordinary man that i have been blessed to call my father. i write about hi dad's relationship with his!évñ$ pare r instilled values of character and service the mother taught her son, never to brag. n@y man shares yo his elders i tell the story of his courage as a navy pilot who volunteered
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during world war ii. his brush with death after a plane is shot down and a woman as he floated along the pacific. his beloved barbara, my one of a kind mother. with medals and yale degree he had a pick of jobs on wall street. he moved to west texas. a decision shaped the rest of his life and mine. i paint a picture of our early years as a family from the joy of playing catch with my dad in our dusty front yard to shattering pain at the loss of their 3-year-old daughter. i trace my dad's career in the oil business, his decision to follow his father into the his remarkable rise from congressman to ambassador to rnc chairman, cia director, vice president, and the 41 president of the united states. finally i reflect on my father's most-recent role. a model of civility and greats
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9 era known for bitterness. he befriends the man who defeated him. mys%kx siblings call bill clint ourb) brother from another mot. i talk about his bright socks to parachute jump at age 90. final chapter. he told his pastor he can't wait to see his mother and daughter as he arrives in heaven. as you can tell i think he is a great father, a great man. i have loved this story i hope you will enjoy reading it. >> our cable exclusive with george w. bush will air november 13th. now, time for the question of the day involving this political ad that aired last night. take a look.
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>> >> i'll oppose the anti-redskins bill receipts focus on making our nation safer. let the redskins handle what they call their team. >> that is ed gillespie weighing into the controversy ahead of election day, the perfect lead in to the question. should the washington redskins keep their name? i'm tired of political correctness. yes. keep their name. it's not meant to insult anybody and where is this going to end? now, we want to know what you think. tell us what your answer will be. before we go, tomorrow night, two family members of one sheriff deputy shot dead by an illegal alien in california will
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join us here tomorrow night at 10:00 eastern. thanks for joining us. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. an this is a fox news alert. a nasa rocket exploding as it launched. unmanned rocket was taking off in virginia. but just six seconds after liftoff, the rocket exploding. nasa says there was no loss of life, only property damage. mission control is right now trying to determine what in the world went wrong. the rocket was supposed to be taking cargo to the ernesto national space station. we're going to bring you more information on this breaking news as we get it. and where in the world is the ebola czar? isn't he supposed to lead our nation's fight against ebola? the governors of new york