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Democrats Now Claiming Romney Lied About His Bain Departure, Facts Disagree

Stephen - East Coast Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 7:42 AM
Liberal Dictum #1 - Facts should never get in the way of the message.
Jimsd55 Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 8:05 AM
So what is fact ... that Romney now claims that he had nothing to do with Bain since 1999? Or his sworn testimony in 2002 that he regularly returned to Massachusetts to attend Bain entity board meetings to prove that he met residency requirements to run for governor?

Obama's anti-Bain ads have hurt Romney ... his explanations aren't doing him a lot of good either.
Ron2757 Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 8:30 AM

The Bainers will not take any answer that does not show Romney to be a liar or felon in the same way Birthers will take no answer other than one that shows Barack Obama is not an American citizen. In fact, pointing this out on twitter today I was barraged from both sides that Obama has still never shown his real birth certificate and Mitt Romney has still not shown his tax returns


The Bainers will become as insufferable as the Birthers. The only difference is that the Bainers’ insufferable stupidity is at the heart of the Obama campaign while the Romney campaign has worked hard to not be tied to Birthers.

Radley2 Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 9:10 AM
Do you think that Romney's birth certificate is authentic? Just wondering....
LAPhil Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 11:46 AM
"Bainers". Great term. We should keep using that.

With millions out of work, the American growth and jobs pictures dimming, the cost of healthcare skyrocketing, and the national debt spiraling out of control, Democrats are exhibiting some rather strange priorities.  On a policy level, they're fixated on raising taxes on nearly one million small businesses (while blocking votes on their own party's proposals) in order to fuel class divisions.  On a political level, they're obsessed with baselessly speculating about Mitt Romney's foreign investments (while blithely