Bain Capital

No Binders Full of Women at Bain

Here's that champion of equality, who supposedly launched a search for qualified women to join his administration as Governor of Massachusetts:
Somehow when he built his own company they didn't get to play.
Wait, that's unfair: they are probably off-camera, making coffee and photocopies.
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The Sensata Explainer

The Sensata Explainer
If you are hearing about a company names Sensata, here is the story. Right now this company is moving equipment out of a factory in Freeport, Il. and shipping it to China. They are making the workers there train their Chinese replacements. And the end of the year they are laying off the American workers. The workers have set up a camp across from the factory and have named it Bainport. (please click!) Supporters are trying to block the trucks, and some have been arrested. This is all happening right now, even as Mitt Romney says he wants to "get tough on China." So the workers have asked Romney to come to Freeport and help them.
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Clinton Calls Out 'Moderate Mitt'

Where have you been old boy, I've missed ya, Clinton said while on the stump.
Clinton was obviously talking about Mitt severely, "MODERATE" moments during the first debate.  Clinton went on to describe how the debate was like a Bain Capital deal, where Mitt is the closer but has no clue on the whole inner workings of it.  He's just there to close the plant deal.
Remember R...
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Repackaging Mitt

Up until now, Romney’s stories on the campaign trail have been about business successes — people who started businesses in garages and grew their companies into global giants, entrepreneurs who succeeded because of grit and determination, millionaires who began poor. Horatio Alger updated.
Curiously absent from these narratives have been the stories of ordinary Americans caught in an economy over which they have no control. That is, most of us.
At least until now.
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Romney Loves American Cars; Obama Loves American Car Workers

Romney has blasted Obama every auto-manufacturing-job-preserving step of the way. On the auto bailout, Romney admonished, “Let Detroit go bankrupt.” He condemned the tariffs on Chinese tires.
President Barack Obama, by contrast, has given some love to American car companies and American car workers. He rescued Chrysler and General Motors, preserving the American icon companies and hundreds of thousands of American car manufacturing jobs. He imposed sanctions on Chinese tires that received improper export subsidies, a move that saved thousands of U.S. tire-building jobs. And now he’s challenging illegally-subsidized Chinese auto parts to sustain American companies and workers.
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