Republicans replete with financial pains

Collins, Gail
November 2011
Indianapolis Business Journal;11/28/2011 Supplement, p15B
The article presents the author's insights on the finances of Republican presidential candidates in the U.S. The author cites Mitt Romney who has more or less 190 to 250 million dollars from his work at Bain Capital. She says that Rick Santorum made approximately 970,000 dollars in 2010. She also comments on Rick Perry's criticism against U.S. President Barack Obama's upbringing that keeps him from understanding the fate of ordinary Americans.


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