utilities, duke energy, 3%. >> all right. ben. >> my usual. the spiders hold on ar life. >> all right. we're not done. the talks are going to continue. if in fact senator cruz does not agree with the things that were done with the deceit that was carried out, that i would expect he would do something about it. >> i think what he did was a fraud. and what he did was a voter violation statement looking like it came from a government was a fraud. and it's a disgrace. to the lek tral process. >> trump and carson accusing rival ted cruz of using unfair tactics, but some here say complaining will not help you win. they have proof from the private sector. hi, everybody. welcome to forest on fox.
steve, rich, mike,sy brie na and bruce. rich, you say the going after christian voters. if they find this out of bounds, they will punish him! do you agree with rich? >> i don't know. i'm from iowa. and i participated in the caucuses and back in the day, a mondale delegate referred to me as a wine and cheese democrat and i didn't start drinking wine until i was in my 30s. >> that's unusual. >> it is, it is, but i don't think it's okay to do what it takes to do because they basically, these are caucus rules and they're run by the parties and i think it sets a
bad precedent. reminds me of in the drug industry, they do what it takes to get a drug approved in a smaller population and once it gets on the clinical trial, you have a problem. that's what it is with cruz. >> what do you say, stooefr? is it okay for candidates to do things like this? >> in terms of what happened in iowa, not cruz, took on a statement, but ben carson made that looks like he might withdraw, so i don't want to defend cruz, but you have that ambiguity there. steve jobs for example went to xerox park in the late 1970s in that research lab. he realized its potential. xerox didn't. he ran with it. you see an advantage, take it, as long as you don't break the rules of the law, that way, you not only do good for yourself, but good for society as a whole. we owe a lot to steve jobs. >> here's what carson is upset
about. he's say thag the cruz campaign called presinlgts captains in iowa and said you know what? ben carson's dropping out. vote for ted cruz instead. ben carson apparently was just going to get some rest in florida. he wasn't dropping out, so, is it unfair or fair game? >> politics attracts incredibly vain people who lust for the power to allocate the resources created by other, so, of course it's going to be a dirty business. why are trump and carson surprised? they shouldn't be running for president if they didn't expect it to be like this. >> i think from prosport, right? >> just made me think of the '60s before the afl and nfl merged and i remember during the draft, you'd have the different leagues hiding players so the other league wouldn't get a chance to talk to them and draft them. i think a lot of this stuff goes on, like john says, more goes on in politics. if this did happen, what cruz should have done was fire those involved. >> that's an interesting point.
just fire them. i think the business world would do the same if they found immorality or unethical stuff. but sa brie na, do you think it's okay to do whatever it takes to win in business and politics? >> to some extent, of course. like everyone has said, job of a business or a candidate is to get votes or to get customers. but the flip side of that coin is that you have to get new customers and i don't think bernie madoff is getting any new customers, right? in the gop especially. one thing they need to keep in mind is there are simply more democratic voters out there. they are going to have to persuade some of those soft democrats to come over to their side and if they are viewed as too dirty and viewed as too sort of salacious, then perhaps they're not going to be successful in that effort. >> yeah, that's true. i mean, we know the congress ranks down there with car dealers, right? so let's bring it down in terms of public trust, to the taxpayer
level. we don't want that to happen in our electorate. on thehey wouldnd talk about real economic policies that would move the country forward. >> here's the thing when you know, you have a dirty tricks kind of allegations come in. we've seen that in campaign before, right in in the kennedy, nixon campaign. we saw anytime prior campaigns as well. those allegations. what do you think the reaction is to taxpayers on things like that? >> taxpayers, the voters don't like it, but in terms of the business side, the thing to keep in mind is some of the things people hate about business today like pricing and the like come from government regulation.
the fda for example makes it extremely difficult to get competing drugs on the market in a timely fashion. so the guys jack up the price 10,000%. normally in a true free market, you get competitors swarming all ore it, but the government regulations stand in the way. in the true free market, you do something wrong, you'll be punished. >> maybe the message for carson and trump is in the business world, these things happen all the time. we're just going to bullet right ahead and just ignore it and stick to our game plan and yeah, what they did is unethical, really bad, but we're going to stick to our game plan. what do you think? >> i think so. rich hits on an important point that markets work these things out and if you're seen as playing dirtier, dishonest, it's probably going to play out in voting patterns. more broadly, people des piz politicians, i think that's good. that's good for the taxpayer who won't allow them to do as much. >> we saw it with the patriots. they went under that deflate gate scandal and are still
working they're way out from under that. >> tom brady has prevailed is far in court and i agree with that. i take my time for ronald reagan. you know, he was continuely attack attacked for years all through the '60s and '70s often by republicans, the establishment republican, but he stuck to his message and ultimately prevailed and was arguably the greatest president we've had over the last 50 years and i think that's what these candidates should do. stick to their message. >> that's it. i think rich is on to this, too, that people are tuning in to this election in greater numbers than before, but at the same time, they're turned off. 60% of voter rs saying they want the candidates to be talking about the issues. they want them to get to the important points. they want them to do their job, right? >> for once. thank you so much. really appreciate it, you guys. up next, oh, canada. what our neighbors to the north of new hampshire and our entire
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to stay indoors. welcome back. the folks in new hampshire may want to listen to this. there are new worries that some of the thousands of syrian refugees entering canada will sneak across the u.s. border and some will be isis supporters. it's already happening in europe. german officials warning isis fighters are disguising themselves as refugees. now, steve says this is more proof we need to pause all refugee programs. steve. >> absolutely. how much more proof do you need? and in terms of trying to get
policies in place so we can find out who these people truly are. there's no way to do it. so pause the thing until we get real procedures in place that the fbi will vet, will approve, to let these people in. why not instead create a safe zone in syria so they don't have to go to europe. they don't have to go to canada or try to sneak into the united states. get it at the source, but obama, president obama refuses to do this, so now, we've got terrorists coming into the united states. good job, mr. president. >> i don't know about that. i think to pause the program, to halt the program and say no to refugees that are fleeing violence, doesn't send the right message. i think there's a positive in the sense that canada is willing to take some of these folks off of germany's hands and i think we've been calling if r that as well. >> here's the thing, rich. you're seeing crowds in germany, in sweden, of course, the paris attacks. there's evidence there these
guys came in with dozens of terrorists who came in as refugees likely through greece. you know, 1999, we saw an al-qaeda guy cross in the canadian border to potentially bomb lax. so, are we at risk of refugees ? >> yeah, of course we are. and steve cited president obama's laxity on this and it's even worse in the case of the new canadian prime minister who's playing for the applause of, he was a hit at the world economic forum in dav os. he's beloved by u.n. types and you know, i don't know when it became a bad thing to look out for your rational self-interests and in this case, the rational thing to do for the united states is to pause this program. >> here's the thing, homeland security just looked into it and said yeah, we've got a big problem with terrorist possibly coming over from canada. that canada's systems are not so state-of-the-art, just like the
united states is not so great when it comes to screening refugees for potential terrorists. what do you think? >> i don't see where putting the pause on the refugee program is going to somehow fight terrorism. someone who wants to commit a despicable act is not going to be deterred by a pause. if it's terrorists wee worried about, why would we put so much in the state department. why not put more into global sbintelligence searching for terrorists. >> john, i love you, but this is sort of -- let's throw up our hands and not do anything. when people could really be killed or murdered here in the united states by terrorists. what do you think? >> i hate john's point, that this is the trickle down. we have to get to the problem. that being said, i think that we have a you know, a serious national security issue to consider and it's taken us, i know i've said this before, it's taken the west thousands of years to sort of develop the kind of respect we have for human rights and to codify that and there are plenty of places
around the globe that don't share our values and i think we need to be careful that when we are letting people in, they want to be here because they want believe in the american dream and our american way of life and i look at that as a fair thing to say in this what we're facing now. >> i hear what you're saying. bill, they're coming here, maybe make them pledge allegiance to the constitution, what do you think? >> that will be a start, but i think there's a better solution suggested by a "wall street journal" editorialist. he said why don't we let in the women and children and old people and tell the young men coming from syria and other war torn places they should go back home and fix the mess they've got back home then we'll think about it. >> i hear what you're saying, bruce. yes, we are an open armed society, but we're in new age fighting isis and terrorists that's breaking out across the world. it's about common sense. refugee policy shouldn't be about a suicide pact. >> canada is a good ally.
we need to trust. we can't really, there's a congressional committee, i don't really see this committee wg willing to tell canada what to do. when they just approved the budget. >> i'm sorry, hang on. canada in fact, two canadian lawyers testified for senate hoemd saying canada has a really poor system of vetting refugees. in fact, they've got a major problem with thousands of terrorists in the eastern provinces of canada. >> we need to trust they will do the right thing. listen, what do you want? do you want a wall, i mean, the republicans rejected scott walker, he wanted to put up a wall to canada. not sure what the answer is. other than to work with them and make sure that the screening is longer. >> go ahead. >> i don't think we need a wall. i think the idea and this is to john's point. we need much smarter intelligence. we need to be able to use social media in our investigations of
people who come to this country, but also things that steve said are not in place yet, so if we want to have open borders, which i am a supporter of, i think we need to have the tools in place to make sure we're doing that. l. >> and rich, steve made this point. half the gulf states do more about taking in refugees. i know they've taken in a lot. but they need to possibly step up. what about refugees and welfare programs? tend to be living on government assistance overseas in the middle east and i think the fastest way to assimilate them t get the value of assimilation and those who have the message that we have. >> thank you, gang. getting ready to roll at the bottom of the hour. eric, what have you got? >> donald's plan to win new hampshire this week. spend more of his money.
but will it work? police, young americans backing bernie. socialism, what this says about the future of our country. see you at 11:30. >> we will be watching. but up here first, the white house finally kicking out the wealthy from government housing. but our source say it's time to kick the government out of the housing business all
in government subsidized housing paid for by you, the taxpayer, like a family in new york city making nearly half a million bucks a year, now, the white house throwing out a plan to kick out rich folks like that. mike says this is why we need to kick out the government from the housing assistance business. >> thoos right ft anytime the government gets involved in something, at least scarcity, right here in new york city, the government had put in place a lot of so-called affordable housing. generally terrible places to live. plus u, it's boost up the prices of other nonsubsidizeded housing. if class family in new york, good luck finding a place to live. >> we want to take care of the poor, but should we kick the government out of housing for sure? >> no, don't end government housing, however, fix the warped incentives. the problem is somebody whose income is one dollar over some line and gets thrown out as a reward for getting a job. that has to be fixed.
>> yeah, that has to be fix ed, too, the other thing, these individuals can can get housing, without having to prove it. basically self-report with their income is. i think we could do better. what do you think? >> of course. come on, bill. used to be that shoes, computers and cars were scarce. why is housing different from the rest? >> yeah, i have a real bmi bonnet about this issue because like if new york, here in d.c. and in northern virginia, this is happening all over the place. and when government gets into the business of housing, it distorts the whole market and makes hard working families who are trying to maybe buy a bigger house unable to do so. i think we want sensible economic policies to help people who are in thiede, but this is not it. >> steve, here's the thing, there's all sorts of fraud on medicaid, medicare, social security. low income housing, there's hard
ly anything. what do you think? >> well, again, if you want affordable housing with the free markets work, you can phase this out u with vouchers and the like, but stop the creation of these buildings for affordable housing. get rid of ranked control and other things that distort the market and you would see housing flourish for all income levels. entrepreneurs will do it. in free markets, liz, scarcities always turn to abundance when free markets are alewed to an rate. >> rich, you've seen it in silicon valley, right? >> yeah, but the thing i can't figure out, liz, is why do people think they have a god given right to live in new york or san francisco or places like that? this country used to be a lot more emotion mobile than it is now and there are plenty of wonderful, much cheaper places to live in the heartland of the united states. >> who would have thought the 1% living in government housing. thanks, gang. coming p, before you find out coming p, before you find out who wins the super bowl, find
four of the week's . welcome back. just in time for the super bowl, we've got your super picks. mike? >> i like to cgf. it bets against the stock market. i think the stock market is in correction phase. >> what do you think of that one, bill? >> mike evidently doesn't want you to buy a stock and put it away for your retirement. he wants you to buy a lottery ticket. >> every time a politician comes up with a new program to help the middle class make the tax code more complicated. >> you like this? >> about a year from now after the stock market correction is over. >> the correction, what do you think? where's the market headed? >> down simply because corporate
profits are headed doup. >> what do you think? >> i don't think you can predict that, however, i'm going to make a prediction for the next 30 years. >> that's it. thank you so much for watching. keep it right here. the number one business block contues with eric and cash. donald trump shifting gears as he gears up for the new hampshire primary. >> we're going to be spending a lot of money. spending money on ads and on the ground game. >> trump promising to spend more green on the ground game to secure a new hampshire win, but will it work? our crew this week, jonathan, michelle fields, juan williams and jessica, welcome everybody. now, michelle, will spending more of his green in the granite state put him back on top? >> we know the other strategy, what he was doing, it wasn't working. he can't just draw great crowds and expect these people are going to go out and vote. he needs to have a ground game.
people in new hampshire and iowa, a huge event, where they have to stand in line to talk to the candidates. they want to talk to the candidate this their diner, in their local library, their breakfast shop. retail politics. >> and it's been said that in new hampshire, if you've only shaken someone's hand twice, you haven't done it enough. >> true. but remember, trump got a tremendous number of votes in iowa. he lost, but he did very well in terms of getting votes, but i think the big difference here is spending money. so, eric, the answer is yes. it will make a difference. the question all the pollsters ask, will they show up at the polls. some thought after iowa, that was a problem. the crews people told me they did not see the ground game in iowa. i expect to see it in new hampshire. >> new hampshire has about a third of the population of iowa. yet more people vote. doubling the amount of people to go out and vote in new hampshire than iowa, so what's the trick? spend more?
>> spending has nothing to do with it. money is irrelevant when it comes to winning elections. and jeb bush, trump always talked about, jeb bush has a hillary would be trouncing sanders and bush would be running away with it. voters are not like pavlov's dog. they tony respond to -- go out and vote. they vote on morality, ideals and the vetting process of these primaries has steered the attention away from cruz and towards trump. >> what do you say? i think he needs to get the ground game going. shake some hands, meet some people, kiss some babies. he can get 10,000 people to a venue, but he needs to get down into the libraries and cafes and say hi. >> i think what trump has going for him is that he's quite likable in small dwrogroups.
he has a charming personality. i think that's part of why he gets a lot accomplished also in business. i think smaller crowds will benefit him. i think spending more, i don't think it can be a mistake as long as you're not perceived as trying to buy an election, which he's not. he's not using a super pac. so i think that yes, he's spending more money, showing i'm investing in this because i believe in my message and you that it will benefit us. i don't know. i think rubio is the one on the rise here personally, but i don't think he can be hurt by spending. >> michelle, go ahead. you followed rubio around iowa. what was the difference between rubio and trump in iowa? what did aruba you do right? >> you know, trump had a different strategy. like i said, he thought his celebrity status and the huge crowd he was drawing was going to bring in all these people. where as rubio was doing like i said, retail politics. cruz was doing almost nine events a day, an entire score of every county in iowa, going on a
bus, doing the hard work. that's what you need in order to win and trump seemed like he wasn't interesteded in doing that. that's what we're seeing. while the stuff on the left -- for nothing. based on morality. >> it kind of does. >> what he didn't do, what trump didn't do, they point out that he was relying on so much advertisinging. seeing he was on every network, on every channel. relying on that rather than going on, hiring people to help him retail politics chlgt. >> chastised jeb bush for doing. couple of thousand dollars per vote and why jeb bush lost.
>> i would argue, hold on. i would argue that coping would go vote for him are first time caucus goers. many don't know what to do, where to go. he needs money and boots on the ground. explain to these people, no, not uninformed. it's their first time, so they need someone to explain to them where to go. they didn't have that information. >> organization. it's called organization. needed the organization. spend the money on organization. so, maybe going forward. >> let me quickly, you pay money, not necessarily to persuade people, but to get them to the caucus in iowa and micro targeting is what cruz did. he put a lot of money into specific messaging for specific audiences even within his evangelical conservative crowd. he knew how to reach people, whether it was guns, abortion, gay rights. he knew their trigger issue and don't forget, the question about
what he did with with carson, the question about the fphony mailers. >> jessica, the other interesting thing is that 64% of the iowa kcaucus goers ended up being evangelical. cruz is doing a lot of handshaking, but that costs money, too. >> it does. i thought it was sbresing trump got jerry falwell jr.'s endorsement. saw great pictures of michelle out with cruz at these events where he was shaking hands and talking about his faith, his pastor father and i think you know, having a presence and seeming genuine, especially about your faith is hugely important. zwl john, back to you because we want to focus on new hampshire. iowa's in the past. new hampshire typically doesn't follow what iowa does at all. they say you know, whatever iowa does, we're going to do something different and trump is is leading in all the polls by a
nice margin. so you say that's not going to last. >> this is a horse race and all the candidates are going to bat here. i think the basic assertion that spending money changes everything. with these elections are basic ideas. the voters are going to the ballot box saying what do i want the party and nation to go about. it seems to this point, they're going towards more i guess what you could say traditional conservatives. >> final thought, michelle. >> you know, i think that donald trump's secret weapon is his daughter. i think that she can win over a lot of women. and what cruz is using -- >> said you get two for the price of one with hillary. >> i think his daughter can win over a lot of women. i think she needs to be on the campaign trail as well. >> you cannot compare ivanka trump to chelsea clinton. one is in the realm.
>> come on. >> be careful. >> chelsea clinton's a big girl. she's a 35-year-old pundit. they're pulling her off the trail. >> one last thought. jonathan. you're fired. that was a trump line. we have to leave it there. don't forget, wake up america is the mohottest political hash ta on twitter. also the name of my new book. the final chapter was turned in yesterday to the editors. it's provocative and i certainly don't hold back at all. preorder your copy now. coming up t youth are feeling the yaern for the bern. young people backing him, but what does that say about the future of american?
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socialism message is resognating with the young folks, but what does it mean for the future of america? >> young people are idealistic. they believe in morality, issues, consistency. that is bernie sanders. >> they do? >> of course they do. that's why they're going for bernie. because he's consistently idea logical and socialist here. this is what he's all about. the sacrifice. that's what today's young people have been taught is is right. ask the average young person today, they think capitalism is bad, it's mean, evil, heartless. socialism is nice. it's kind. it's what's right. of course, couldn't define socialism, but they know it's somehow right and that's why they're -- >> socialism good, is it nice, impactful. >> can't even define it. >> it's when the economy is
organized around the needs of the people and that's what comes first. that's what it is. that's what everyone should have said. that's why you should know sanders is not the right candidate on the democratic side. america runs because of capitalism. we need a healthy social safety net and that's what hillary clinton is talking about. but the young voters, between 30 up to 50% are saying socialism is the way we should be running our country. calls for a complete overhaul of what makes america great and i don't really understand it. i talked to a lot f people ab it and they don't understand that if you raise the minimum wage to $15, i'm for raising it to 12. we know 10, 10 would be safe. >> go for 100. >> let me go to michelle. why are young people flocking to the socialism message? >> eric, we're doomeded. i went to a bernie sanders event in iowa and it's filled with
tons of people my age. they don't understand what socialism is. they just hear free college, free this, free that and jurisprudence on board. the reason why, they have professors telling them that socialism is good. they've been indoctrinated to believe that. they don't understand it. >> we heard the bernie sanders hillary clinton debate this week and talked about a bunch of program, free education, health care, free this, free that. bernie sanders said we'll do that, pay for it by taxing wall street. >> you could tax wall street into on live o blif yan. >> i thought jonathan was supportive of these young people. those young people do not like a broker like you. they think that guys like you on wall street -- your stock tips. >> because you're misinformed. >> i'm wrong, but they do thot
like people who are involved in wall street. they think those people are thieves. they think they were bailed out after '08 and guess what, not bailed out. the young people want a resolution, jonathan. they want what bernie is calling a revolution. they don't feel they can make a living right now in this country. >> you sound like you're a bernie speech writer. take a step back when you're miss iing the bigger point f it not wall street they're against. it's self-interest. making money. profit seeking. >> you're wrong. no, jonathan, you're wrong. they want to make money. they just don't think they're giving the opportunity. >> they want to take other people's money. >> guy, hold on. >> if you listen to bernie, put your own needs aside, worry
about the greater good, let bernie or hillary tell you what kind of car to drive, what school to go to, what kind of coffee you can have. >> let me side with the liberals on the panel. if you listen to the democratic debate, what they were talking about was in fact wall street. they were calling it a rigged economy that -- billionaires are taking from the middle class. now, michelle, that message would probably resognate with a democratic young person as well as a republican young person. >> well, i disagree with juan in a sense that these people want to make money. they want to take money. they feel entitled. i grow up around these people. i'm around these people. >> this is how i know, michelle. >> these are a lot of my friends and they feel entitled. tell me. >> i know you want opportunity and you have been struggling in your career to make something. >> i'm an anomaly.
>> she happens to be republican. you might want to point that out. >> i like money and i'm a liberal. i want to succeed. but i work in the private sector. >> hold on, guys, this is good. jessica is a young person and wants to make money. >> i'm also supporting a democratic candidate, hillary, not bernie. >> also want to pay up to 90% of the money you make to the government. >> that's bernie. >> the 90% number, we're not going to go that high. he's really looking at clearly 50%. >> oh, so you're okay with 60. >> i support the other candidate. i believe these candidates, my comrades, do want to succeed just as all of us did. they feel the economy is -- >> we'll give jonathan the final thought. >> not going to -- that's the
great fallacy. and then they came for me. >> all right, we're going to leah it there. on that note. coming up, president obama pushing for a billion more bucks to fight the war on drugs, but is in new york state, we believe tomorrow starts today. all across the state the economy is growing, with creative new business incentives, and the lowest taxes in decades, attracting the talent and companies of tomorrow. like in the hudson valley, with world class biotech. and on long island, where great universities are creating next generation technologies. let us help grow your company's tomorrow, today at business.ny.gov
spending more money on the war on drugs the right answer? >> as we remember from the reagan years or from higher mandatory sentencing, this is what yu call more attention to counseling and rehabilitation and if that's answered, yes, we need to put more money into saving human being, getting places, not just new hampshire, this is nationwide. when it was a black and hispanic problem, you didn't see this kind of outpouring from the politicians. >> i don't think it's a race issue. we've spent, the estimates are a trillion dollars on the war on drugs since the 1970s and if you look at the number, more people are dying from heroin abuse and it's a growing epidemic. john, more money towards this war. >> as you said, a trillion plus since nixon. bush. under all presidents. have perpetrated this continuing war on drugs. it's in the only been a cost in the pocketbook, but how many
lives have we ruined by concentration and all the things they could have done, forget gitmo, socialized health care, why didn't he push uz towards decriminalization. >> our treatment centers. we need to stop the flow and access of these drugs, which is why e with need the cure our border. >> these prescriptions aren't coming from mexican doctors. they're coming from american doctors who are overprescribing. >> this is one of the places where we have bipartisan agreement. let's go with it. i'm all for it. >> in 2004, there were 27000 heroin relates deaths. more than motor vehicle and gun violence. in 2014, 47,000. 47. 75% increase and we're still spending on on this. >> coming up, my message to america. ahead of new hampshire primary.
at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like social media equals anti-social. hey guys, i want you to meet my fiancée, denise. hey. good to meet you dennis. you can head to fox news.com to see jonathan's stock pick. time to wake up, america. just a couple of days from now, the primary will be underway in new hampshire. the two front-runner, trump and sanders. the quintessential capitalist and declared social iist.
quite a statement on the state of the union. we've become a divided nation under barack obama. the democrats have had the ball for eight years and are in the process of transforming this great country and they hate the right wing so much, they're pushing as far left as they can to socialism. blows my mind. excuse me, we fought wars trying to stave off socialist regimes. it's a wake up call. hillary will likely win the nomination, but the rise in socialism in america should be kept in check, not celebrated. hillary is just an undeclared socialist as opposed to the unabashed, sanders. meanwhile, squishy, moderate republicans are drained the coffer, only while whining that the the democrats are tax and spenders. not them. i beg to differ and moderate republicans don't win the white house u. john mccain and mitt romney for proof. nice guys, but not the patriots
we need to turn the barack obama liberal cruise liner around. capitalism is a lighthouse. the shining beacon on the hill. choose new hampshire, there's a ton riding on who you nominate. have a great weekend, everybody. show "fox & friends".com. see you tomorrow, erin. >> aw. presidential candidates working to win over new hampshire. while more americans are working to get a decent job. hi everyone, i'm jerry willis, and this is "bulls and bears." the economy adding only 151,000 jobs last month, even though the jobless rate ticked down. it's the quality of the job that's got some folks worried. which one of the 2016 hopefuls has the best plan to do the job? the bulls and leifield along with susie welch and john hannah. that mixed bag on the report, which party has the best plan to get the right kind of jobs back