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Ross Perot

April 05, 1993

Ross Perot is not only all ears, he is also all talk. All talk and no substance. Perot's rhetoric is an endless loop. His only good quality are his occasional one-liners.

If Perot were truly interested in the welfare of the American people, he would do it by example as a very successful businessman by creating apprenticeship or job training programs; buy vacant, abandoned apartment buildings, restore these buildings, and open them for low-cost housing. Perot could easily afford to do this and much, much more.

The money he spent last year in his laughable bid for the presidency could have provided homes for the homeless, jobs for the jobless. He could have sponsored various college scholarships, or started up new ones. The cost of his infomercial could provide many working mothers with child care.

K. OLIVIA THOMPSON

Los Angeles

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