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Rich Man vs. Working Stiff

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I voted! (Photo credit: bradlauster)

Throughout my life, working for a living, I always felt like the management did not understand me, care for me, or want me to succeed.

I wonder about our next president; would he understand the working stiff (people) or not. All could understand people of different classes, but what about the average voter. One candidate understands the board room while the other understands the workers. One understands how state politics are run and the other understands the way Washington works. Not all governors are alike. Not all states are among the list of major imports and exports. Not all these states have the same operating budget. Where does Massachusetts fit in these lists? Definitely not as high as California or Texas.

Obama and Romney believe in attack ads. The normal candidate can’t win. Do you want to vote for the person with these morals and ethics? I hope not.

Vote Conservative and Vote by Absentee Ballot.


About Cincinnati Political Activism

*Graduated from Columbia College, Columbia, MO with a BAAJ degree in Administration of Justice. *U.S. Navy Veteran of 15 years. Medical separation. Rank of Chief Petty Officer. *Married and Father of two. *Born Again Christian


2 thoughts on “Rich Man vs. Working Stiff

  1. great site
    wow cool Wow! This is a great reminder for me to vary my routine. While I am a positive person, I can get into a routine and not see the possibilities around me. I was just thinking that I might have to go to some new networking groups to meet new people!

    Posted by good review | April 29, 2012, 7:08 pm

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