Mitt Romney needs to get better spokespeople on his side, or even the ones who were planning on voting for him may change their minds.
Matthew Burbank, speaking about the retreat to reward big donors this weekend, stated on the front page of this newspaper that "there won't be any average Utahns there at all, unless they're serving food or something" (Who's who of GOP elite coming to Utah for weekend retreat with Romney donors," June 1). Please remember that it is the average Utahns that will be voting for or against Romney in this upcoming election, and even though we are average, we should be held up to some credibility. We're not the hired help.
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