“Bain’s billions of profits were not rewards for capitalist creation; they were mainly windfalls collected from gambling in markets that were rigged to rise.”
“Mitt Romney was not a businessman. He was a master financial speculator who bought, sold, flipped, and stripped businesses.”
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What happens when the devastating critique comes from your own side?
David Stockman is now a well known 'whistle blower' on GOP misrepresentation. There is a great deal of difference between being a greedy speculator and one whose interests have to be the well being of American workers in the economic sense. Romney credentials as a fix it job creator is anything but credible.
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