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Activists plan protest in Miami to rally against Romney's approach to economy

As Mitt Romney delivers his acceptance speech for the Republican presidential nomination on Thursday evening, a group of Miami residents and activists are planning a protest.

From the 1Miami press release:

The residents, representing working families across the city, reject the economic plan
put forth by Romney because it gives massive tax breaks to the wealthy while
placing a bigger burden on the middle class.

“We’re going to start a march from Bain owned stores because they foreshadow
the economy Romney wants to create,” said Eric Brakken, director of
1Miami. “He always gloats about how successful his business career was with
Bain, but the truth is he and his billionaire buddies created minimum wage
jobs while simultaneously killing good jobs or outsourcing them. This is not the
economic recovery Americans have in mind!”

Activists are upset with Romney’s economic proposals and they intend to show
their displeasure as they march from a shopping plaza filled with three Bain
owned stores to his campaign headquarters on SW 8th St. and SW 87th Ave,
where they will deliver the message that they won’t stand for a Romney
Economy.

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Bert

GREAT! Call attention to the fact that Rpmney's Bain capital was sucesful and helped create dozens of sucessful businesses which employ thousands of people.

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