Gov. Jeb Bush stumps for Romney in Hamilton

Job creation, capitalism among topics

HAMILTON - 9 News spoke one-on-one with Gov. Jeb Bush as he stumped in Hamilton for Gov. Mitt Romney on Wednesday.

The governor spoke to workers at United Performance Metal. He said we need a president who understands the struggles of building and owning a business who can work to cut energy costs, ease the tax code and adjust out-dated training programs.

While talking with 9 News he said Romney needs to defend capitalism.

"To defend its benefits and tie that into how as President he would be more respectful of entrepreneurial capitalism and the benefits it brings to a broad number of people."

Bush went on to say the Obama campaign is dividing the nation in an effort to win rather than leading to solve problems.

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