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  •   "What? We found a wounded animal and we ate it!" (11+ / 0-)

    most effective sentence in that monologue. that is what Bain Capital represents in regards to capitalism. and I would argue that while the rappers are sitting there holding (or eating) piles of cash, they still represent a product, their music/songs that they made. Mitt and his "fuckfaces" make/made nothing. they are scavengers and should be ashamed of what they do. this is a moral issue. and considering he is this bigwig morman, RMoney is a walking contradiction. this is the reason people don't like him. he makes no sense, especially morally.  

    Earth: Mostly harmless ~ The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (revised entry)

    by yawnimawke on Sat Jan 21, 2012 at 10:05:36 AM PST

    •  The thing is, (8+ / 0-)

      some of the animals were not wounded, they were perfectly healthy...until Mitt & co emptied the till.

      I wanted Obama the community organizer. I got Obama the Wall Street lawyer.

      by Van Buren on Sat Jan 21, 2012 at 03:20:30 PM PST

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      •  Yes, that point needs to be repeated (1+ / 0-)
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        PsychoSavannah

        Romney's big killings were made by finding a healthy, low debt company, and doing the equivalent of a "bust out."  That is what organized criminals do when they take over a thriving company, and sell off its assets while loading it with debt (and taking the money), then juicing the books to sell it to some sucker (and taking that money too).  People used to go to jail for that, if they didn't have Romney's connections.

      •  If you want to take it even further, (1+ / 0-)
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        salmo

        by removing some of the healthy companies, Bain really messed up the whole ecosystem.

        Staples and Sports Authority, two of is his major "successes" killed scores of smaller businesses, putting owners out in the cold, depressing wages for the workers that were able to work at the new consolidated retailers, and taking lots of choice away from the consumer.

        He fucked up a good chunk of our economic ecosystem.

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