There are those who say that it’s unfair to penalize Bain, and Romney, because they exploited a perfectly-legal means of arbitrage, or that Romney left Bain before some of these events occurred. But that something is lawful does not make it right, and the leadership of an entity defines what it is and does.
The willful and intentional destruction of American industry and jobs may be legal but it is a fair question as to whether you want a man who was actively engaged in this, and became wealthy doing so, to be President. especially when any denouncement you make of an entity’s actions wait until after you declare your candidacy and make off with the money gained from those practices.
Quote taken from KD’s Market Ticker.You should be making his place a daily read,in my opinion.I don’t always agree with him,but he is intellectually honest and I respect that.
Considering Romney’s socialistic agenda as Governor of Massachusetts,that alone should be enough to dissuade liberty minded individuals from considering this empty suit for the office of president.
Now that this information is in full view,it seems to me that this is very similar to Mafia tactics I saw in a movie.
Let’s say you were in debt to a Mafia Don,but can’t pay.You own a business,so the Don has you buy merchandise on your business line of credit that he then turns arounds and sells.You keep doing this until you are bankrupt and he makes off with the loot,free as a bird.You,not so much.You bear the cost.Your creditors also share in the losses.
Not a perfect analogy,but it seems very similar to my mind.
Romney claims that is capitalism.Sorry,it may be legal,but it isn’t right.
Smells an awful lot like legalized theft and fraud to me.Not a quality I look for in a leader.Do you want someone like that as captain of the ship?Seems to me we already have one of those.
One more reason why Romney won’t get my vote.