Tom Brokaw: "What else is on their minds in Wyoming these days?"
Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo.: "The economy, the debt, jobs, spending, the fact we’re borrowing $2 million a minute for our country. We are leaving our kids a mountain of debt. We are a big energy production state. We worry that the president's policies are throwing a heavy, wet blanket of over our economy by making energy more expensive, by sending jobs overseas because of energy difficulty, getting permits to explore for energy. The rules coming out of the environmental protection agency, which are going to make energy more expense for small businesses that are trying to create jobs. People in Wyoming want it to be easier and cheaper for the private sector to create jobs, and we’re seeing an administration with policies making tougher and more expensive for the private sector to create jobs."