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The correct choice

October 7, 2012
Williamsport Sun-Gazette

If I am going to get my car repaired, I wouldn't want to trust it to someone who has never even driven one. I'm sure the mechanic can learn from a book how the fuel gets into the cylinder, how the spark ignites the fuel, etc, but he wouldn't have any idea how the car brakes feel when he tries to stop or whether or not the steering linkage has too much play, let alone how to safely navigate the streets of the city. Why then should I want to trust the economy to someone who has never had a job in the private sector? President Obama has thus far watched over the weakest economic recovery since the Great Depression.



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