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Here's The Old Bain Capital Photo Everyone Will Use To Attack Mitt Romney


The Boston Globe got its hands on this old photo from Mitt Romney's days as founder of Bain Capital and it is only a matter of time before it starts showing up in attack ads everywhere

Read more: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-10-14/politics/3027...

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He just looks creepy...

He just looks creepy in this photo. I almost want to sent it to fark.com as a "Photoshop This".

It should be beneath Ron Paul supporters to spread such negative

things. I suggest we Photoshop 'Ron Paul 2012' bumper stickers in place of every FRN in that photo and send it everywhere- so when people Google 'Mitt Romney Bain Capital' they get Ron Paul bumper stickers on a youthful Mitt.

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That definitely does not help Romney.

Nice find.

Further paints Romney as out of touch

Making paper airplanes out of Federal Reserve notes and having them coming out of your ears and clothes or making $10,000 bets is not an experience that most Americans are familiar with.

A picture is worth more than

A picture is worth more than 1000 words, this one is worth about $10,000.

"Wanna bet?"

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.

Mitt Romney's "Money Shot" Photo

Oh my...that's a game changer.

That is the kind of photograph that can sink Romney's Minnow.

What should this photo be called? Any ideas?

"Money Pigs"

"Romney's Rich Boys"

"Romney's Money Shot"

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.

Gingrich Moon Shot. Romney Cash Shot.

Gingrich: Papering promises to the moon, with your cash.

Romney: Papering promises to infinity, with your cash.

The difference is their promised destination.

I would rather go on an adventure with Ron Paul. Sound money. Responsible governance. Bring our troops home.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul