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Jessica Cook Draper: Hi! I'm like the Valley Girl. I lived in full time valley, the heart of innovated technology. I know where all these awesome companies are but how the heck did they get here? That’s why I'm here to find out. I’m like the Valley Girl. What do you do?
Hi welcome back. I'm like the Valley Girl and I'm here with Tom Campbell who is running for governor, how cool is that? So Tom, tell me how do you think that business and politics go together?
Tom Campbell: Most importantly like business creates opportunity. It creates jobs. It creates employment. It creates the chance to have a better life. Government should system that process and at the very least that shouldn’t impede that process. That’s how I took it out again.
Jessica Cook Draper: Do you have a motto, like a campaign motto?
Tom Campbell: I should do, less government, more freedom and individual liberty.
Jessica Cook Draper: Less government more freedom individual liberty.
Tom Campbell: That’s me.
Jessica Cook Draper: That’s a good one.
Tom Campbell: And it gets people the chance to be themselves.
Jessica Cook Draper: Yeah.
Tom Campbell: To create something, run more for do something hasn’t been done before. Make the government department that’s your obstacle, and I don’t particularly wanted have the government decide who you are that’s for you to decide.
Jessica Cook Draper: That’s a very good motto.
Tom Campbell: Thanks.
Jessica Cook Draper: I actually made up some mottos.
Tom Campbell: Oh did you? Good, I appreciate your effort.
Jessica Cook Draper: Yeah, so just you know. I mean yours is really, really good but if you know wanted to press mottos now?
Tom Campbell: Okay yup!
Jessica Cook Draper: Okay “Vote for Tom he is the bomb”.
Tom Campbell: The bomb, bomb has got a negative as well as a positive kind of connotation.
Jessica Cook Draper: Yeah.
Tom Campbell: Thanks Valley Girl, let’s put that one on category B.
Jessica Cook Draper: Okay, number two “It’s no gamble vote for Campbell”.
Tom Campbell: That’s good yeah that doesn’t plant questions about Indian casino gaming, a big issue in the state of California and lottery tickets so you see you immediately then,
Jessica Cook Draper: A lottery ticket stub?
Tom Campbell: You can choose to buy them or not, it’s up to you,
Jessica Cook Draper: Okay.
Tom Campbell: So like I said more freedom, individual liberty it’s up to you.
Jessica Cook Draper: Exactly.
Tom Campbell: But that will kind of focus the campaign immediately on to lotteries and casino gambling which perhaps isn’t the complete story about who I am.
Jessica Cook Draper: Okay, I think you’re really going to like this one.
Tom Campbell: Okay.
Jessica Cook Draper: I have to change your name to Tommy not because--
Tom Campbell: Yeah.
Jessica Cook Draper: There were more words that rhyme with Tommy so “vote for Tommy he likes the salami”, who doesn’t likes the salami?
Tom Campbell: I’m in that category.
Jessica Cook Draper: You chose the salami?
Tom Campbell: Yeah, correct, I don’t.
Jessica Cook Draper: Have you figured everyone will vote for you if you seem to like salami.
Tom Campbell: Yeah you want to see the possibilities but honesty is kind of a big deal for me.
Jessica Cook Draper: Okay.
Tom Campbell: I could not run putting myself fall in to somebody I'm not.
Jessica Cook Draper: I can respect that.
Tom Campbell: Well it’s totally cool.
Jessica Cook Draper: I think honesty is really an important quality. So I mean, “vote for Tommy he doesn’t like salami” doesn’t quite work as well.
Tom Campbell: No doesn’t like the salami but so we’re going to have three right now of the table so do you have a fourth?
Jessica Cook Draper: No, I guess I'm just stick with yours.
Tom Campbell: Yeah, less government more freedom, individual liberty.
Jessica Cook Draper: Liberty, yeah.
Tom Campbell: Freedom America!
Jessica Cook Draper: Tom, I have a little activity for you.
Tom Campbell: Okay.
Jessica Cook Draper: This is called the Fab cup shot for fabulous. The fabulous cup is full of fabulous terms and basically is what I want you to do is go through and define the fabulous terms as fast as you possibly. Do you think you can do it?
Tom Campbell: Sure.
Jessica Cook Draper: Ready? Go.
Tom Campbell: You’ll going to hold it for me? Budget the description of the expenditures and out by debate. A discussion between two or more individuals on the single subject, vote to choose in a political context, stop, sign and pick of Senate, one half of the legislature, one half of the United States Congress.
Stanford the greatest private university in the world, Brian White Justice of the Supreme Court we might well be under deserve politician. I happen to be one at law, I got the degree on the subject and it was the teacher education, I am a teacher. It’s what people do to help younger people learn more congress, the gathering of the United States representatives in Washington D.C, an action task force unit foundation, an organization that held when I was the chief of men in Congress. Chicago the city of my birth, city of broad shoulders city of famous by Freud Sandburg and shores of Michigan, governor for the officer states the orange to be and pink the official color that just got on.
Jessica Cook Draper: Oh my gosh!
Tom Campbell: Awesome thank you, I didn’t—
Jessica Cook Diaper: Oh!
Tom Campbell: I didn’t miss one?
Jessica Cook Draper: No, you really did not miss one, for that.
Tom Campbell: Yes.
Jessica Cook Draper: I am the giving you a of bucket of pink paint --
Tom Campbell: Wow!
Jessica Cook Draper: To paint each stop sign pink, you know?
Tom Campbell: Now that you see, if I did that then I'm going through into prison and it’s hard running for governor in prison. Although we probably conduct maybe what I can do is just paint our home pink while my wife is out is just paint our home pink while my wife is out.
Jessica Cook Draper: I think that’s great!
Tom Campbell: Okay and I just kind of surprise her?
Jessica Cook Draper: I love it!
Tom Campbell: Outstanding Valley Girl, that’s just what I’ll do, thank you, that’s funny.
Jessica Cook Draper: Oh thank you so much Tom for coming out to the valley girl show this is a lot of fun.
Tom Campbell: Thanks for having me here.
Jessica Cook Draper: I'm like the Valley Girl.
Tom Campbell: And I'm like Tom Campbell totally.
Jessica Cook Draper: Thanks for watching. We’ll see you next time.