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August 12, 2012
"Clean up its name?" Bain doesn't need to clean up its name. It simply needs to defend its good name from vicious attacks. In an ultimately vain attempt to gain a second term, the Obama-Jarrett-Axelrod crew has stooped to a political low not seen since the political brawls of the early 19th century. Claiming that Bain Capital causes cancer is as baseless and nasty as claiming that Rep. Paul Ryan pushes old ladies in wheel chairs from cliffs. Sorry, Obamabots, but attack ads don't constitute an executive record on which to run for another term of office.
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Clean up it's name?? RUKIDDING? The catholic charities, fire, police and teachers unions pension funds, all who reaped tremendous returns for their workers don't think so.
Obama is running a negative campaign as he obviously can't run on his record or lack thereof. Bain is not the evil company Obama and the media make it out to be. Bain saved and created so many jobs for companies that would have otherwise gone bankrupt. The Liberal media and Obamaloney lies and distortion on Romney are despicable and disgusting. Hope and Change has no substance. It's now time for change! Vote Mitt!!
As for Bain Capital, you can't make nice out of a predator. Nor can Romney now say all the opposite
views of all the same ideas he heralded while governor and think the majority will find him credible.
Bush was just plain incompetent. Romney is, in effect, a pathological liar. With the audacity to
think no one sees it.
I think we had enough sociopaths from the conservative party to last at least two more election
cycles before we let them anywhere near the Executive Mansion.
Is it right for a man who has squirreled away more than $100 million and paid a 15% tax rate last year to lead this country? Obviously not.. Gordon Gecho was supposed to be a parody and not a role model for our highest office. Our economy is lethargic because others too are living Mitt Romney's vision for America.
State Street Corp's current CEO Jay Hooley and his Operations man Allen Greene in a very "Bain-like" move, are busy shipping what will end up being 750 Boston Fund Administration jobs off to INDIA, to basically enrich their own lives and ruin the lives of thousands of Massachusetts Residents, and the future of our children. Past generations of Americans, especially those who worked for companies like State Street Corp spent their lives building a corporation while not harming the US and the future of its children. "Men" like Jay Hooley and Allen Greene have spent the past three years tearing it all down, and sadly this happened lately with the help of Mayor Menino and the BRA.
Lest you forget what Gordon Gecko said about "Ivy League Types?" Gordon probably wouldn't have been @Bain...