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look at judd gregg from new hampshire. he stepped down as a senator and has now been hired by goldman sachs and they're giving him a lot of money and they are taking a thousand jobs from our economy and moving them overseas. he helped to write the bill that gave goldman sachs millions of dollars and now they are rewarding him. we are not seeing what they are really doing. i had my fingers crossed that the commission would have some reasonable, moderate individuals on there because our country was once run by moderates individuals. republicans and democrats both. host: is the obama white house planning an october surprise for next year to give the president's reelection campaign a boost? right below that is this item. and in "the hill" -- deirdre tweets -- cincinnati, ronald on our independent line. can or should washington do more to help the economy? caller: yes, they should. don't you think it's about time to put money back into the country by getting jobs for people? host: how would you like to see that happen? caller:
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