implications of this are, but i believe we need unite around a set of common purposes to fix the problems in washington and that kind of attitude isn't going to help. >> let me get some of the audience questions in. david marcus, where are you? okay. david marcus has a question for you, sir. do you want to read it or do you remember it? >> you can read it. >> david's question is do you have an optimistic approach to tackling the country's problems that can succeed with voters in what has been an election so far defined by anger? >> yeah, in fact, for me to win, people are going to have to believe that our future's brighter than what we have today. if it's all about anger, then i'm not going to be the candidate that wins because i believe we're on the verge of greatness but we've got to fix how we tax and fix the regulatory system. and you can go to jeb2016.com to
typical politician. 70% of voters voted for an outsider candidate or someone who has never been in washington. they're tired of politicians. jeb bush says he's tired of politics too, but he's the stereotypical politician, so it's a confusing ad. >> do you think that was effective? >> i think it was very effective. one of the very best i've seen. this has nothing to do with political correctness. what donald trump said about john mccain and p.o.w.s, that's what turned me at that moment. i think this man is unfit. i think he's going to win new hampshire because there isn't enough time to cut into his lead.
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