Transcript of Governor Snyder on NPR Tuesday Evening Host: Now though isn’t some of [Michigan's] comeback due to the auto industry bailout championed by President Obama, and that Governor Romney opposed. Snyder: Well if you look at, the auto bailout was something that needed to happen in some fashion. There were others ways to do it. I really say it is a(n) historical event that got done. And the question is, look at what the companies did to bring themselves back and the people in those companies, the hard work of bringing the auto industry back and it is not just autos in Michigan, agriculture is doing well, tourism, a lot of great things are going on to really cause a reinvention. And that is why we’re the comeback state. Host: But I wonder how Governor Romney’s opposition to that bailout goes over with the public there. And then it’s interesting to note that Paul Ryan, the vice presidential candidate voted for the bailout. Snyder: Well again I think too much time is spent on the bailout. It was something that got done. It did work in terms of keeping Chrysler and GM going which was important, but as a practical matter Michiganders (are) there all the time. It’s the same issue in 2010 is they’re interested in listening to someone talk about what is going be done to create jobs today and tomorrow and create a bright future for our kids and Romney and Ryan have a strong platform to make that happen. And that’s what’s really on people’s mind.