‘Dirty Jobs’ star Mike Rowe joins Mitt Romney on campaign trail in Ohio

Deseret News – People say politics is a dirty job, but lucky for Mitt Romney, he’s bringing in an expert who is used to rolling up his sleeves.

Mike Rowe, the host of The Discovery Channel TV show “Dirty Jobs,” is joining Romney in Ohio Wednesday after offering Romney his vote in return for reading a letter about skilled labor jobs in the United States.

At the beginning of September, Rowe penned an open letter to the Republican presidential candidate, sharing his experiences as the host of “Dirty Jobs” and his concerns about jobs in the United States.

When the economy crumbled in 2008, Rowe wrote that CNBC, Fox News and CNN invited him to weigh in on topics such as outsourcing, manufacturing, infrastructure, currency valuations and free trade. In each case, he said, he shared his theory that the “problems” were really symptoms of a fundamental change in the way Americans view hard work and skilled labor… Read the rest via IOTW

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