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Naked Politics comes to the end of the road

Img00051_2 PORT ORANGE -- After three days on the road talking to voters, Naked Politics reached the end of Interstate-4 and made one more stop. 

Patty Tropea, 47, is the manager of a waterfront pavilion used for weddings and other events in this coastal town. She's a Republican who hasn't made up her mind about the presidential race. But she is certain about one thing: her anger about the federal government's management of the economy.

"I've paid my bills. I didn't go out for lavish dinners or take expensive vacations, and now I have to pay for what other people have done?'' demanded Tropea. "I would like to see one of the candidates prove to the American people that they can stabilize the economy."

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