To the Editor:
Regarding the last presidential election.
Mitt Romney would have won by a landslide if he broke from his party’s vote on automobile bailouts.
If he thought for a minute that he once had neighbors who worked in a glass factory, or with tires or upholstery, and said that I can’t turn on these people, he would be president today!
Congress must stop this attitude that one says it’s dark outside and the other says it’s sunny. This must stop for the good of the entire country.