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    It pains me to say

    It pains me to say

    that both the Bain and tax return issues were entirely predictable and in fact predicted.

    No sense piling on, but remaining silent might be worse.

    Defenses of Bain which worked in the primaries — you hate capitalism — don’t necessarily work in the general.  Show why Bain was a positive force, and don’t get trapped in this silly argument over when Romney retired.

    As to tax returns, why are we even in this position in mid-July? This reminds me of late December and late-March.  I’m not sure if it’s too late to change course; it might be, but it’s frustrating that what should have been a non-issue is issue no. 1 for Obama advertising.

    For heaven’s sake, the Romney campaign should have been better prepared for this.

    Get your act together, please.

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    BannedbytheGuardian | July 17, 2012 at 8:01 pm

    Yes there is a full on attack over Bain

    How far have Americans gone that they have forgotten it used o be a mark of honour to set aside a successful business career temporarily to go & fix something of national emergency.

    Now these people are supposed to just give everything up rather than delegate the running of their companies. They are to be denied the status of CEO of the company they developed ?

    Whatever happen to ‘Ask not what your country can do for you but ….

    Hopefully some will see the coming Olympics & think hey SLC was a pretty FBD. It was a major achievement by Romney & the Bush Admin to get through that after 9/11.


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