It's called . . . Solyndra. And it ain't pretty.
- If Obama intends to make Bain Capital the bane of Romney's existence, well . . . sauce for the goose, all's fair in love and war, and all that.
- But at least Romney's Bain capital came from willing, informed, private investors -- rather than hapless, oblivious, no-choice-in-the-matter taxpayers (But umm, c.f. this little number --
. . . from Ted Kennedy's campaign back in the '90s. It alleges Bain took taxpayer $$. Oh my. Haven't researched this enough to venture an opinion but I include it because, say what you will, I do strive to be fair and balanced.)
- At least Bain's investors (which might include your own 401(k) or pension fund) enjoyed
decenthuge returns -- unlike the regular-folk tax-payer chumps who lost every penny in Obama's "green" game. Obama, and Obama, alone, took all the Solyndra gains.
Obviously I could go on and on.And obviously, I'd rather not be writing a blog post about the GOP front-runner prefaced with so many "at leasts." It's no secret that a Romney fan I am not.
He's too hair-sprayed, too stiff, too controlled. He's not authentic and lays everything on way too thick, with a George Hamilton Chiclet face. Shivers!
There's something (hard as it might be to quantify) that, as my hairdresser put it today, "creeps me out about the guy." If he's the nominee, you'll get no grass-roots coffee-tea-come-meet-the-GOP-nominee from me.
Nevertheless, if Obama wants to invite comparisons of his policies to Romney's profitable adventures in capitalism, it shan't end well. That venture will prove to be a Pandora's box of hell. So how shall I put it? "Bane On"?
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