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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Kenneth Dock
At first glance, South Carolina seems like a place where attacks on Mitt Romney's experience at the helm of a venture capital firm that cut jobs would resonate in the GOP primary.
"People get laid off. People lose their jobs," he said. "It's just a part of business."
"Once you get hired, the employer has done his part," Kenneth Dock, 59, said outside the unemployment office in Lexington County, a heavily Republican area on the outskirts of Columbia.