Mitt Envy

December 2011
Moderate Voice;12/24/2011, p6
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An interview with presidential candidate Mitt Romney in the U.S. is presented. When asked about the ongoing political campaigns, he predicts that U.S. President Barack Obama would run a political campaign with envy and class warfare. He reveals his recent financial success on leveraged buyout takeover deals. Romney metaphorically agrees that in any kind of business the greatest amount of investment would own massive assets to gain control.


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