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November 02, 2012

Hall of Fame QB Bart Starr endorses Romney

Mitt Romney's latest effort to win the votes, and hearts, of Wisconsin voters: Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr endorsed the Republican for president Friday.

Starr led the Green Bay Packers to two Super Bowl titles in the 1960s.

Here's his endorsement:

"During the course of my football and business careers, I have had the great honor of meeting and associating with many outstanding leaders. This list includes some of the best football coaches of all time and numerous small-business owners. There are certain consistent qualities in each of these men – integrity, unselfishness, vision, dedication, and a willingness to unify individuals into a team – that I see in Governor Mitt Romney. He has been successful in every endeavor he has pursued, and I have every confidence that, if elected president, he would continue that remarkable level of success."


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Thomas Nass

This is a definite: "So what!"

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