Millionaires, once president, look out for their own

2012-10-01T00:00:00Z Millionaires, once president, look out for their own nwitimes.com
October 01, 2012 12:00 am

I want all the Mitt Romney supporters to take a look back and see one aspect of the Republican Party. There has never been a self-made millionaire who was elected president and did anything remotely good for the middle class people in this country. These dollar-crazed fools look out only for their own. It's about time we the American people recognize this.

I am so tired of the Republicans talking about their poor tax bracket, when they are the ones who, when elected, seem to flip/flop all the Democratic decisions to benefit themselves. Wake up, America.

A birth certificate does not say a person is smart enough or not. If President Barack Obama never shows his, he is still qualified to run this country. He deserves another term to finish what he started.

Romney has put his foot in his mouth more than once and will never convince the American people he is our best option!

Obama for president!

- Brian Klut, Hammond

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