Mitt Romney steps up defense of Bain Capital tenure
WASHINGTON — What gives? Some of Mitt Romney's rivals are waging a fierce attack that you'd never think would come from the mouths of Republicans who claim Ronald Reagan as their hero.
Romney's career as a venture socialist governor is what should concern us; not his career as a venture capitalist in the private sector.” At this point,
In the case of Romney, some of his GOP opponents are criticizing him for job losses and/or bankruptcies at some of the companies in which he invested while in charge of Bain Capital. But I don't need to focus on that issue,
Jim DeMint of South Carolina, another politician with ties to the tea party movement, strongly repudiated the attacks on Romney's record as a principal of private equity firm Bain Capital Wednesday, according to the Greenville (SC) News.
No, its Republicans, even some conservatives, who are criticizing Romney for what they think is the "vulture capitalism" he practiced at Bain Capital. But Romney should be entirely unapologetic about his past and, in fact, use it as a chance to draw a