Thursday, July 12, 2012

The Evidence!

Mitt Rmoney is out with a new ad claiming that President Obama is lying about his record. It turns out, that there is plenty of evidence:
Government documents filed by Mitt Romney and Bain Capital say Romney remained chief executive and chairman of the firm three years beyond the date he said he ceded control, even creating five new investment partnerships during that time.

Romney has said he left Bain in 1999 to lead the winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, ending his role in the company. But public Securities and Exchange Commission documents filed later by Bain Capital state he remained the firm’s “sole stockholder, chairman of the board, chief executive officer, and president.”

Also, a Massachusetts financial disclosure form Romney filed in 2003 states that he still owned 100 percent of Bain Capital in 2002. And Romney’s state financial disclosure forms indicate he earned at least $100,000 as a Bain “executive” in 2001 and 2002, separate from investment earnings.
As Capper says, "wait there's more":
According to a statement issued by Bain Wednesday, “Mitt Romney retired from Bain Capital in February 1999. He has had no involvement in the management or investment activities of Bain Capital, or with any of its portfolio companies, since that time.”

A former SEC commissioner told the Globe that the SEC documents listing Romney as Bain’s chief executive between 1999 and 2002 cannot be dismissed so easily. “You can’t say statements filed with the SEC are meaningless. This is a fact in an SEC filing,” said Roberta S. Karmel, now a professor at Brooklyn Law School.
It turns out that the evidence that Mitt Romney was in charge of Bain Capital long after he said he was not is just that. When Mitt talks, the truth is nowhere to be seen.

Lying on Federal Documents, makes impersonating a police officer pale in comparison!


  1. RMoney could be in a lot of trouble with the SEC. Beyond that, if this doesn't get the media to sit up and admit that this man is thoroughly dishonest, what will? It certainly validates WaPo's refusal to retract their reporting on him.

  2. Not to stereotype, but it appears that if you're a Republican with odd religious views, and have black hair, you might be a lying sack of doo-doo.

  3. Cuff him and book him.