Romney--representative of the majority or a small minority?

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Since: Jan 11

San Mateo, CA

#1 Aug 22, 2012
Romney is worth $250 million plus. Obama has tackled healthcare, same sex marriage and new immigration rights. The stock market is at 13,000. Obama has done well with foreign affairs, something Romney knows little about. Romney has no plan of action other than saying he is a businessman that understands the economy; and wants to dismantle every helpful accomplishment that Obama has made.

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