President: not Obama

October 3, 2012 

NANCY CLARK, Pasco

He can sing, dance, play basketball, golf and read from a teleprompter with great passion, mesmerizing large crowds. He's the darling of Hollywood and the media. He loves the poor and after nearly four years, he has many more to love.

He distrusts business and corporations, and they him, so we have fewer new ones and less growth in present ones. He appeals to people's emotions of jealousy and envy -- the rich take from the poor, the rich are responsible for the shrinking of the middle class, Republicans want dirty air and water and the sick and disabled to fend for themselves.

I'd say he has done a pretty good job of dividing the country. Soon there will be more people depending on government money than those paying into the government. What then? It's a scary thought.

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