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John Boehner Defends Voting For A Very Rich Guy: “Americans Don’t Want To Vote For A Loser”

Apparently, being really rich means you’re not “a loser,” according to Speaker Boehner. …he didn’t think American’s would begrudge Romney’s business success. “The American people don’t want to vote for a loser,” he said. “They don’t want to vote for someone who hasn’t been successful.” …
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