NEW HAMPSHIRE — Fact-checkers have played a key role in the controversy over Mitt Romney's role in outsourcing at Bain Capital, but the way the debate has played out reveals the limitations of the genre. First, fact-checks sometimes help create controversies that paradoxically increase the attention paid to misleading charges. For this reason, political consultants will sometimes intentionally make misleading.
Mitt Romney cut jobs in two key early primary states Back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, when Mitt Romney was running Bain Capital, and the key primary states of New Hampshire and South Carolina were not yet on his radar in an "... Read Post
The Boston Globe reports this morning that Mitt Romney left his position as CEO and chairman of Bain Capital three years earlier than he has stated in federal disclosure forms. Here's the key point: Romney has said he left Bain in 1... Read Post