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Why Romney flip-flopped on Bain departure date

Why Romney flip-flopped on Bain departure date

Thursday's revelations in the Boston Globe that Mitt Romney did not in fact leave Bain Capital in February 1999 have put the GOP standard bearer in hot water. At best, the contention if true would mean Romney lied to the American people to avoid paternity for job-killing deals that nevertheless lined his own pockets. At worst, the Republican nominee flouted SEC rules and broke the law.

But largely overlooked in the discussion of departure date as Bain Capital CEO is why Mitt Romney used to claim he was only on leave between 1999 and 2002. If Romney really permanently left Bain in 1999 to run the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, he might have been ineligible to run for governor of Massachusetts.

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Liar, Lair.

pants on fire!

wouldn't it be more unusual..

if Romney didn't flip flop on his stay at Bain Capital?

Hmmmm....I see a pattern

Romney appears to follow Obaaaaama's lead....blame everything on everybody else. Sociopath??...google "characteristics of a sociopath"



You can't get clean in a dirty bathtub.

If you tweet anything about Mittens, end it with this hashtag:


Oh what a tangled web we weave, when we set out to deceive!

Im sure this story will be on all the network news stations tonight.

Paraphrased from MacBeth




You can't get clean in a dirty bathtub.

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Yep, with lots of help from Drudge.


Hello Media!!!!!!!!!!!