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More to Obama’s Message 

I think your article on David Napier and President Obama's speech in Roanoke is deceptive and incomplete.

I enclose three sequential paragraphs from the speech (see below). It's difficult to conclude that this message is a put down of free enterprise, capitalism or an attempt to submarine businesses. Likewise, I am puzzled to find any rationale for "hurt and anger."

By the way, I also enclose Mr. Romney's talk to the athletes at the 2002 Olympics. Under Napier logic, Romney is bashing individual effort and hard work. I think you can do a better job of providing, a la Paul Harvey, the "rest of the story."

John O'Brion
Midlothian

click to enlarge Excerpt from transcript of President Obama's speech in Roanoke.
  • Excerpt from transcript of President Obama's speech in Roanoke.
click to enlarge Excerpt from transcript of Mitt Romney's Speech to 2002 Olympic athletes.
  • Excerpt from transcript of Mitt Romney's Speech to 2002 Olympic athletes.
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