'This Week' Transcript: Tim Pawlenty and Michele Bachmann

KIMMEL: The Dow dropped almost 635 points. That's the sixth-largest drop in history. And that's -- I'm angry about that, because for years, we've been told that our kids and grandkids are going to have to pay the price for our out-of-control spending. Now it turns out we have to pay for it? That was not part of the deal.

FALLON: This is pretty interesting. A new survey revealed that being an I.T. guy is the most hated job in the country. Or, as President Obama put it, "Wanna bet?"


TAPPER: More from Ames, Iowa, right after this.


TAPPER: And now, "In Memoriam."


HEALY: The fruits of NIH's medical research have proven to be among our nation's greatest achievements. I think the most important thing is for women to -- to take charge of their own health. The Red Cross, in its beauty, is about helping people around us. It belongs to the American public. It belongs to the vulnerable.

D. IMUS: Please welcome now from Tucson, Arizona, my brother, Fred Imus. Good morning, Mr. Imus.

F. IMUS: Good morning, I-Man. How are you doing?

D. IMUS: Well, I'm doing fine, Fred.


TAPPER: This week, the Pentagon released the names of 36 service members killed in Afghanistan.

We'll be right back.


TAPPER: That's it for us in Ames, Iowa. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and at abcnews.com. And later this evening, be sure to watch "World News with David Muir" for all the latest on the race for the White House. For all of us here, thank you so much for watching. We will see you next week.


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