The Dark Knight Rises, the third chapter in director Christopher Nolan’s epic “Batman” series opens official today and is expected to surpass $190 million this weekend. Positive reviews of the film say it could overtake the $207 million “The Avengers”…
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Mitt Romney has been unable to explain how he accepts no responsibility for what happened at Bain after February 1999 while remaining CEO, President, and Chairman of the company. Obama for America’s new web video highlights his convoluted explanation to CBS News last Friday.
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Sunday shows were tough for Mitt Romney as conservative commentators and elected officials alike blasted Mitt Romney for not releasing his tax returns. Romney advisors scrambled to reason when exactly the candidate retired from Bain Capital. The chorus of calls for…
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Either Romney filed false SEC statements or he’s making false statements to the American people now. Yesterday, The Boston Globe reported that Romney was still running Bain Capital two years after he claims he left the firm, directly contradicting his campaign’s denial that he was involved in deals that led to layoffs, bankruptcies, and American jobs getting shipped overseas.
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On Thursday night the Washington Post’s Tom Hamburger dropped a story on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s business experience related to job creating. Unfortunately for Romney the jobs he specialized in creating were located overseas and replaces jobs of American workers.
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For those who actually keep score on the notion of Liberal Media Bias versus Conservative Media Bias, an interesting tidbit that debunks the notion the media is in the can for President Obama. Mit Romney’s Bain Capital, or which he…
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When Romney and his partners at Bain Capital took control of in 1993 Kansas City’s GST Steel had been making steel rods for 105 years. After placing GST Steel deeply in debt the company eventually declared bankruptcy, and the government was forced to step in and provide a bailout.