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Kiss frontman Gene Simmons says he's giving his support to Mitt Romney.
Gene Simmons doesn’t want to party every day with President Obama. The Kiss bassist said in a recent interview he voted for Obama in 2008, but gave the president poor marks for his first term.
"The country is so divided. I voted for President Obama last time but I have to say I'm very disappointed in his job,” he told NoiseCreep. “He's been a piss-poor president as far as I'm concerned.”
Simmons said while he and Republican candidate Mitt Romney didn’t agree on all issues, the former Massachusetts governor would make a better president.
“I will tell you that he’s much more qualified,” Simmons said. “He's a businessman, he ran the Olympics. ... He knows how to create jobs. President Obama is a wonderful family man. And that’s about where the résumé stops.”
In addition to his long musical career, Simmons starred in A&E’s reality series "Gene Simmons Family Jewels" with his family for seven seasons. The network announced the show’s cancellation in August. Kiss released its 20th studio album, "Monster," last week.
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