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      10-02-2012, 05:11 PM   #3
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I for one agree with this guy's view.

Mitt Romney has not done a very good job to convince me that he is willing to fight for the average american. When Mitt Romney comes out and says he thinks middle-income is 200-$250k (http://www.businessinsider.com/romne...-income-2012-9), I don't feel as though he is willing to fight for the needs of the average american. When he tells a room full of donors that he isn't interested in the 47% of Americans who don't pay income tax, I don't feel as though he is willing to fight for those 47%. Even though some of them might be elderly or possibly a soldier fighting in a war.

So yes, I agree with this guy's view that Romney doesn't support or understand the needs of a large part of American citizens.

And would it be possible to format your citation in a way that is readable? Man that is some jumbled together stuff from the OP. Carriage return is your friend.
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