Bill Clinton: What People Have to Decide is Whether They Believe People Like Me

There are a lot of stories going around out there today, but I decided to focus on the low hanging fruit, and Bill Clinton seemed happy to oblige:

Speaking in Parma, Ohio, Clinton weighed the relative merits of President Obama’s economic plans and those of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. “The question is which path will fix it,” Clinton said. “What the American people have got to decide is whether they believe people like me, who are little bit on the outside of this, that this was the biggest economic crash since the great depression.

I can’t speak for everybody, Bill, but I decided a long time ago.

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