I wouldn't trust a President who is deep in debt and had no clue about interest or investments. How could he guide the economy? A wealthy man who is not in it for the money is more likely to serve the interests of the common man, than one who is after the $500K salary. As for Mrs. Romney, I'll bet Melinda Gates would make the same comment. Wealth, like age, is relative to where you are. Remember when you were a teenager and thought that anybody over 30 was ancient? Now that you're 40 you realize how wrong you were at 16. Perhaps she doesn't feel wealthy because she doesn't think about it. She doesn't obsess over money, unlike the multitudes who think debt is a tool and that keeping up with the celebrities is what life is all about. Or perhaps because her health is precarious she doesn't feel wealthy. She did say, "It can be here today and gone tomorrow." Especially true with socialist in power wanting to redistribute wealth. The Romney's have paid more in taxes and more in charitable contributions last year than I'll ever make in my lifetime. They are generous with what they have and are not elitists, but regular folk who have been greatly blessed; and what's more they know how to AND want to use their blessings to serve this country. What are you afraid of? They are not seeking power to enslave us (unlike the current occupants of the White House), nor are they seeking publicity and celebrity. Mitt Romney believes he has the ability to turn this country's economy around and help EVERYONE have the opportunity to achieve the American Dream. He's not going to hand it to us on a platter; he's going to open the way for us to work hard and keep the fruits of our labors. What's not to like? Please stop calling her names--Explain how YOUR choice would be better.