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Ben Swann asks-Did Mitt Romney Commit A Felony By Failing To Correctly Report His Status At Bain Capital?

 
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Ben Swann asks-Did Mitt Romney Commit A Felony By Failing To Correctly Report His Status At Bain Capital?


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If this or something else is a smoking gun against Mitt Romney and the Ron Paul campaign knew all along it would explain why Ron Paul and the campaign appeared to have rolled over and ceded to Romney.

If Romney gets embroiled in a scandal, Ron Paul is in great shape at the convention to be the nominee since he is the only remaining viable contender...

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Here are some more questions:

Did O'bama commit felony and treason by producing a forged birth certificate?

Did Obama commit treason and a felony by directing Fast & Furious which caused Brian Terry's death and the deaths of hundreds of Mexicans?
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Re: Ben Swann asks-Did Mitt Romney Commit A Felony By Failing To Correctly Report His Status At Bain Capital?
Romney: "I did not have economic relations with that company."


There's something weird about Bain Capital. It seems that the company was going along doing what ordinary private-equity firms do—buying and selling companies, making lots of money—until about 1999 or so, when things took a sinister turn. At that point, terrible things began to happen. The firms they backed went into bankruptcy, costing thousands of people their jobs, while Bain still walked away with millions in management fees. They invested in companies that profited from outsourcing and offshoring. Who knows, they may have been producing magical hair-thickening elixirs made from the tears of orphans. Every time one of these new revelations comes out, it seems to concern the period after 1999. But fortunately for Mitt Romney, he has an explanation: When all these bad things happened, I was no longer part of the firm. I left in 1999, when I took the job leading the Salt Lake City Olympics.

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More Questions for the Oblamer camp:

How are jobs coming along?

How is the economy?
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More questions for Barry

Are you going to refund taxpayer money that you gave to your Solyndra cronies?

How many executive orders do you intend to sneak through on Fridays?
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Another question for Soetoro

How can you be both an American citizen, AND be a foreign aid student?

Can we see those college records to make sure no felonies were committed?
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Also, if Barack would care to answer...

Isn't it a felony to have a fake social security number?

Why DO you have a Connecticut SS#?
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You listening Mitt? Grow a pair already
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Re: Ben Swann asks-Did Mitt Romney Commit A Felony By Failing To Correctly Report His Status At Bain Capital?
Charles Goyette – Could Romney’s investment secrets give Ron Paul the nomination?

Charles Goyette NY Times bestselling author of The Dollar Meltdown joins Daily Paul Radio with Kurt Wallace for ‘Could Romney’s investment secrets give Ron Paul the nomination?’. We discuss the inflation vs. deflation mortal combat, the Robert’s decision on Obamacare and Romney's pledge to appoint someone like Roberts. Charles explains the similarity with the Soviet's constitution and Obamacare. He then suggests that Americans and the media take a hard look at how it's possible that Mitt Romney’s IRA is worth $100 million.


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Bain Capital, the bane of Romney's campaign...

So accurately named.
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Romney Threads that mention that he lied to the SEC about Bain if he now says he wasn't head of Bai now are being deleted on this fascistic board.
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Here are some more questions:

Did O'bama commit felony and treason by producing a forged birth certificate?

Did Obama commit treason and a felony by directing Fast & Furious which caused Brian Terry's death and the deaths of hundreds of Mexicans?
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You beat me to it. Bravo!
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Re: Ben Swann asks-Did Mitt Romney Commit A Felony By Failing To Correctly Report His Status At Bain Capital?
Romney Caught Lying by SEC Forms: He was CEO, President, Chairman and Owner of Bain When He Claims He Wasn't

MARK KARLIN, EDITOR OF BUZZFLASH AT TRUTHOUT

If running a successful campaign is largely keeping your opponent on the defensive, then Mitt Romney is in the political dog house - and it's his own fault, because he lied.

Let's step back up a second. The Obama campaign ran ads a short time ago and accused Romney of investing in firms that resulted in outsourcing jobs and increasing unemployment in the US. Romney claimed he was not responsible for his Bain vulture capital firm when this activity was taking place because he had left the company.

However, the Boston Globe revealed today (based on earlier stories in Talking Points Memo and Mother Jones):

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 (SEC) 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.

The timing of Romney's departure from Bain is a key point of contention because he has said his resignation in February 1999 meant he was not responsible for Bain Capital companies that went bankrupt or laid off workers after that date.

This blows a huge credibility hole in the Romney narrative of being a job creator, in addition to his own company's documents contradicting him and leaving little room to conclude anything other than that he lied. It will be legally impossible for him to effectively deny what is stated in SEC documents and Massachusetts state filings, because that could raise the specter of being accused of fraudulent financial reports. FactCheck.org previously implied that such a scenario, filing false government reporting documents, would be a felony.

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EXCLUSIVE: Romney Invested Millions in Chinese Firm That Profited on US Outsourcing
The GOP candidate decries China poaching US jobs. But at Bain he held a large stake in a Chinese company that did just that.
—By David Corn

Last month, Mitt Romney's campaign got into a dustup with the Washington Post after the newspaper reported that Bain Capital, the private equity firm the GOP presidential candidate founded, invested in several US companies that outsourced jobs to China and India. The campaign indignantly demanded a retraction, claiming that these businesses did not send jobs overseas while Romney was running Bain, and the Post stood by its investigation. Yet there is another aspect to the Romney-as-outsourcer controversy. According to government documents reviewed by Mother Jones, Romney, when he was in charge of Bain, invested heavily in a Chinese manufacturing company that depended on US outsourcing for its profits—and that explicitly stated that such outsourcing was crucial to its success.

This previously unreported deal runs counter to Romney's tough talk on the campaign trail regarding China. "We will not let China continue to steal jobs from the United States of America," Romney declared in February. But with this investment, Romney sought to make money off a foreign company that banked on American firms outsourcing manufacturing overseas.
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Lying to the SEC is a felony.

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