Attacks on Mitt Romney's career at Bain Capital have become a pervasive theme of the presidential campaign, sharply dividing Democrats and sparking a national debate about the relative morality of the private equity industry.
Every week this month, the Obama campaign has hit the airwaves with a new story of a company that was wronged by Bain, rolling out another parade of disgruntled ex-factory workers who blame Mitt Romney for the misfortune of the middle class.
Today, the Obama campaign woke up giddily to an unexpected new source of attack against Mitt Romney's record at private equity firm Bain Capital: this Washington Post story from Tom Hamburger. It details how Bain invested in compani... Read Post
Ever since Mitt Romney's career at Bain Capital became an issue in this Presidential race, the debate about whether or not private equity firms should be taxed at a 15% rate for carried interest income has become an issue as well. T... Read Post