I can understand a business laying off or even closing businesses. Where I have a problem with Bain's defense is 30% went bankrupt. If I own a business, and go under, my employees lose their job and I to would lose everything. So how can Bain companies go bankrupt and make millions of dollars for themselves and shareholders? And if they are in fact entitled to this money, which obviously they were, why didn't they take a "moral obligation" to help out these displaced workers with "their windfall?" Why did they instead take the money and run, leaving many Americans losing everything? So I have to ask myself as an Independent, is Romney the right choice for creating jobs? or is he a risk taker for the wealthy to make investors and shareholders wealthier?
I think as citizens the best we can do is follow the money trail. Does it really matter who is in office when our businesses and federal lands are being bought by foreign governments?
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