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Only children think that voting matters. When they control everyone in the game, your vote is useless.

Adults can see that the system is corrupt and broken from the beginning.
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electoral votes decide the president NOT the popular vote.

your districts electorate can say " the majority voted for obama but I believe Romney is better " and he can give romney the votes.. true look it up people.
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In 2010, a year after the last round of Hertz layoffs, Carlyle teamed up with Bain to take $500 million out of another takeover target: the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Dunkin' had to take out a $1.25 billion loan to pay a dividend to its new private equity owners. So think of this the next time you go to Dunkin' Donuts for a cup of coffee: A small cup of joe costs about $1.69 in most outlets, which means that for years to come, Dunkin' Donuts will have to sell about 2,011,834 small coffees every month – about $3.4 million – just to meet the interest payments on the loan it took out to pay Bain and Carlyle their little one-time dividend. And that doesn't include the principal on the loan, or the additional millions in debt that Dunkin' has to pay every year to get out from under the $2.4 billion in debt it's now saddled with after having the privilege of being taken over –with borrowed money – by the firm that Romney built.

If you haven't heard much about how takeover deals like Dunkin' and KB Toys work, that's because Mitt Romney and his private equity brethren don't want you to. The new owners of American industry are the polar opposites of the Milton Hersheys and Andrew Carnegies who built this country, commercial titans who longed to leave visible legacies of their accomplishments, erecting hospitals and schools and libraries, sometimes leaving behind thriving towns that bore their names.
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Beyond a doubt, the clearest choice sign I have ever seen. 5 stars for sure. Should be mass produced.
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Remember KB Toys?

It's dead and gone because Mitt Romney sank in his claws and sucked the blood out of it.

Bain added $300 million in debt to the firm's bottom line while taking out more than $120 million in cash – an outright looting that creditors later described in a lawsuit as "breaking open the piggy bank."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


KB had an ENORMOUS DEBT LOAD before Bain came along, due to over-expansion, and the growth of Toys-R-Us, and Walmart/Target in direct competition.

Also, Romney WAS NOT PART OF BAIN IN 200, you dishonest moron.

Did MSNBC "Forget" to tell you that part?
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In 2010, a year after the last round of Hertz layoffs, Carlyle teamed up with Bain to take $500 million out of another takeover target: the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Dunkin' had to take out a $1.25 billion loan to pay a dividend to its new private equity owners. So think of this the next time you go to Dunkin' Donuts for a cup of coffee: A small cup of joe costs about $1.69 in most outlets, which means that for years to come, Dunkin' Donuts will have to sell about 2,011,834 small coffees every month – about $3.4 million – just to meet the interest payments on the loan it took out to pay Bain and Carlyle their little one-time dividend. And that doesn't include the principal on the loan, or the additional millions in debt that Dunkin' has to pay every year to get out from under the $2.4 billion in debt it's now saddled with after having the privilege of being taken over –with borrowed money – by the firm that Romney built.

If you haven't heard much about how takeover deals like Dunkin' and KB Toys work, that's because Mitt Romney and his private equity brethren don't want you to. The new owners of American industry are the polar opposites of the Milton Hersheys and Andrew Carnegies who built this country, commercial titans who longed to leave visible legacies of their accomplishments, erecting hospitals and schools and libraries, sometimes leaving behind thriving towns that bore their names.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


You are a fugging dumbass...
Romney hasn't had control of Bain SINCE THE 90's, and the CURRENT CEO is a HUGE OBAMA SUPPORTER!!

That makes you either an IDIOT, intellectually DISHONEST, or gullible.

Care to explain to the class which one it is, moron?
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Remember KB Toys?

It's dead and gone because Mitt Romney sank in his claws and sucked the blood out of it.

Bain added $300 million in debt to the firm's bottom line while taking out more than $120 million in cash – an outright looting that creditors later described in a lawsuit as "breaking open the piggy bank."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


KB had an ENORMOUS DEBT LOAD before Bain came along, due to over-expansion, and the growth of Toys-R-Us, and Walmart/Target in direct competition.

Also, Romney WAS NOT PART OF BAIN IN 200, you dishonest moron.

Did MSNBC "Forget" to tell you that part?
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


SHHHHHH, Facts are not important to the common libtard...they just get in the way of their utopian ideology
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Remember KB Toys?

It's dead and gone because Mitt Romney sank in his claws and sucked the blood out of it.

Bain added $300 million in debt to the firm's bottom line while taking out more than $120 million in cash – an outright looting that creditors later described in a lawsuit as "breaking open the piggy bank."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


KB had an ENORMOUS DEBT LOAD before Bain came along, due to over-expansion, and the growth of Toys-R-Us, and Walmart/Target in direct competition.

Also, Romney WAS NOT PART OF BAIN IN 200, you dishonest moron.

Did MSNBC "Forget" to tell you that part?
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


SHHHHHH, Facts are not important to the common libtard...they just get in the way of their utopian ideology
 Quoting: *Heisenberg*


Yeah, they have no idea what they think until MSNBC tells them.
It's all quite Orwellian.,
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It's retarded.
Full of ignorant lies and it's not even witty.

iamwith
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Really? Care to dispute it?
 Quoting: DeadBeacon


I am.
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In 2010, a year after the last round of Hertz layoffs, Carlyle teamed up with Bain to take $500 million out of another takeover target: the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Dunkin' had to take out a $1.25 billion loan to pay a dividend to its new private equity owners. So think of this the next time you go to Dunkin' Donuts for a cup of coffee: A small cup of joe costs about $1.69 in most outlets, which means that for years to come, Dunkin' Donuts will have to sell about 2,011,834 small coffees every month – about $3.4 million – just to meet the interest payments on the loan it took out to pay Bain and Carlyle their little one-time dividend. And that doesn't include the principal on the loan, or the additional millions in debt that Dunkin' has to pay every year to get out from under the $2.4 billion in debt it's now saddled with after having the privilege of being taken over –with borrowed money – by the firm that Romney built.

If you haven't heard much about how takeover deals like Dunkin' and KB Toys work, that's because Mitt Romney and his private equity brethren don't want you to. The new owners of American industry are the polar opposites of the Milton Hersheys and Andrew Carnegies who built this country, commercial titans who longed to leave visible legacies of their accomplishments, erecting hospitals and schools and libraries, sometimes leaving behind thriving towns that bore their names.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


You are a fugging dumbass...
Romney hasn't had control of Bain SINCE THE 90's, and the CURRENT CEO is a HUGE OBAMA SUPPORTER!!

That makes you either an IDIOT, intellectually DISHONEST, or gullible.

Care to explain to the class which one it is, moron?
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


And Pravda for the win!
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It's retarded.
Full of ignorant lies and it's not even witty.

iamwith
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Care to give an example of a lie? Just one will do.

Failing that, you'll be given the BS flag for lying.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 621092


How is it socialist to subsidize American energy companies so China doesnt own the solar industry? You want to just give up and let China have it? Funny, I never hear you repubs complaining about subsidies for Big Oil, and they don't need the money. You hate Obama so much you're rooting against the economy.

And to say that Romney's vulture capitalist firm has "generated billions" is horseshit. Their business model was to seize and bleed out healthy American companies. Thousands of people would not have lost their jobs if Romney hadn't brought Bain into existence by means of a big loan he got from the govt.
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iamwith
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"Gone Fishin"

lol
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Most of those businesses on the sign did not receive loans through Obama's program. Here is the list:

[link to lpo.energy.gov (secure)]

Ener 1
Amonix
Spectra watt
Eastern Energy

These are not on the loan list. Sounds like someone made a very misleading sign.

Three bankruptcies out of thirty three isn't bad.

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Remember KB Toys?

It's dead and gone because Mitt Romney sank in his claws and sucked the blood out of it.

Bain added $300 million in debt to the firm's bottom line while taking out more than $120 million in cash – an outright looting that creditors later described in a lawsuit as "breaking open the piggy bank."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


KB had an ENORMOUS DEBT LOAD before Bain came along, due to over-expansion, and the growth of Toys-R-Us, and Walmart/Target in direct competition.

Also, Romney WAS NOT PART OF BAIN IN 200, you dishonest moron.

Did MSNBC "Forget" to tell you that part?
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


It didn't have anything like the debt load before Bain lent "a helping hand" and ruined it. Yeah, Gordon Gekko Romney was a Bain investor and owner, making him a mere beneficiary of the raping and pillaging, rather than its direct organizer.
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Most of those businesses on the sign did not receive loans through Obama's program. Here is the list:

[link to lpo.energy.gov (secure)]

Ener 1
Amonix
Spectra watt
Eastern Energy

These are not on the loan list. Sounds like someone made a very misleading sign.

Three bankruptcies out of thirty three isn't bad.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


Ener1 got a $118.5 million dollar DIRECT GOVERNMENT GRANT (aka FREE MONEY!) from Obama in 2009.

You REALLY are as fuggin stupid as you sound, arencha!
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Most of those businesses on the sign did not receive loans through Obama's program. Here is the list:

[link to lpo.energy.gov (secure)]

Ener 1
Amonix
Spectra watt
Eastern Energy

These are not on the loan list. Sounds like someone made a very misleading sign.

Three bankruptcies out of thirty three isn't bad.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


I am so happy the Muzzie Democrat Obummer always is 100% truthful.
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Most of those businesses on the sign did not receive loans through Obama's program. Here is the list:

[link to lpo.energy.gov (secure)]

Ener 1
Amonix
Spectra watt
Eastern Energy

These are not on the loan list. Sounds like someone made a very misleading sign.

Three bankruptcies out of thirty three isn't bad.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


Ener1 got a $118.5 million dollar DIRECT GOVERNMENT GRANT (aka FREE MONEY!) from Obama in 2009.

You REALLY are as fuggin stupid as you sound, arencha!
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


Source?
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Remember KB Toys?

It's dead and gone because Mitt Romney sank in his claws and sucked the blood out of it.

Bain added $300 million in debt to the firm's bottom line while taking out more than $120 million in cash – an outright looting that creditors later described in a lawsuit as "breaking open the piggy bank."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


KB had an ENORMOUS DEBT LOAD before Bain came along, due to over-expansion, and the growth of Toys-R-Us, and Walmart/Target in direct competition.

Also, Romney WAS NOT PART OF BAIN IN 200, you dishonest moron.

Did MSNBC "Forget" to tell you that part?
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


It didn't have anything like the debt load before Bain lent "a helping hand" and ruined it. Yeah, Gordon Gekko Romney was a Bain investor and owner, making him a mere beneficiary of the raping and pillaging, rather than its direct organizer.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


ROMNEY HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH IT, DUMBASS
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In 2010, a year after the last round of Hertz layoffs, Carlyle teamed up with Bain to take $500 million out of another takeover target: the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Dunkin' had to take out a $1.25 billion loan to pay a dividend to its new private equity owners. So think of this the next time you go to Dunkin' Donuts for a cup of coffee: A small cup of joe costs about $1.69 in most outlets, which means that for years to come, Dunkin' Donuts will have to sell about 2,011,834 small coffees every month – about $3.4 million – just to meet the interest payments on the loan it took out to pay Bain and Carlyle their little one-time dividend. And that doesn't include the principal on the loan, or the additional millions in debt that Dunkin' has to pay every year to get out from under the $2.4 billion in debt it's now saddled with after having the privilege of being taken over –with borrowed money – by the firm that Romney built.

If you haven't heard much about how takeover deals like Dunkin' and KB Toys work, that's because Mitt Romney and his private equity brethren don't want you to. The new owners of American industry are the polar opposites of the Milton Hersheys and Andrew Carnegies who built this country, commercial titans who longed to leave visible legacies of their accomplishments, erecting hospitals and schools and libraries, sometimes leaving behind thriving towns that bore their names.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


Thinking for yourself... a skill lost to Libtardia.

If you're going to copy/paste rehashed, tired Libtard crap that's not your own work, post a link, Parrot.

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Maybe you should talk to one of these former employees of the following companies & see what they think of "wonderful Mitt"!
GS Industries-750 jobs lost.
Dade Intl -1700 jobs lost.
DDI corp. - 2100 jobs lost.
Clear Channel Comm, - 2500 jobs lost.
KB toys - 3500 jobs lost.
Am. Pad & Paper - 385 jobs lost.
You can't be a job "creator"

WHILE YOU ARE THROWING PEOPLE ON THE STREET WITH NO PENSION OR HEALTH COVERAGE!
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Oh BS.
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Remember KB Toys?

It's dead and gone because Mitt Romney sank in his claws and sucked the blood out of it.

Bain added $300 million in debt to the firm's bottom line while taking out more than $120 million in cash – an outright looting that creditors later described in a lawsuit as "breaking open the piggy bank."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


KB had an ENORMOUS DEBT LOAD before Bain came along, due to over-expansion, and the growth of Toys-R-Us, and Walmart/Target in direct competition.

Also, Romney WAS NOT PART OF BAIN IN 200, you dishonest moron.

Did MSNBC "Forget" to tell you that part?
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


It didn't have anything like the debt load before Bain lent "a helping hand" and ruined it. Yeah, Gordon Gekko Romney was a Bain investor and owner, making him a mere beneficiary of the raping and pillaging, rather than its direct organizer.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


ROMNEY HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH IT, DUMBASS
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So HE says. He has already been proven a liar.
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Most of those businesses on the sign did not receive loans through Obama's program. Here is the list:

[link to lpo.energy.gov (secure)]

Ener 1
Amonix
Spectra watt
Eastern Energy

These are not on the loan list. Sounds like someone made a very misleading sign.

Three bankruptcies out of thirty three isn't bad.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


Ener1 got a $118.5 million dollar DIRECT GOVERNMENT GRANT (aka FREE MONEY!) from Obama in 2009.

You REALLY are as fuggin stupid as you sound, arencha!
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


Source?
 Quoting: Major_Payne


[link to money.cnn.com]
Battery maker Ener1, a DOE grant recipient, goes bankrupt
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Most of those businesses on the sign did not receive loans through Obama's program. Here is the list:

[link to lpo.energy.gov (secure)]

Ener 1
Amonix
Spectra watt
Eastern Energy

These are not on the loan list. Sounds like someone made a very misleading sign.

Three bankruptcies out of thirty three isn't bad.
 Quoting: Major_Payne


Ener1 got a $118.5 million dollar DIRECT GOVERNMENT GRANT (aka FREE MONEY!) from Obama in 2009.

You REALLY are as fuggin stupid as you sound, arencha!
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


Caution, he may have a stroke if he sees truth.
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My sign says:

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VERSUS

Puppet Obama
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In 2010, a year after the last round of Hertz layoffs, Carlyle teamed up with Bain to take $500 million out of another takeover target: the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Dunkin' had to take out a $1.25 billion loan to pay a dividend to its new private equity owners. So think of this the next time you go to Dunkin' Donuts for a cup of coffee: A small cup of joe costs about $1.69 in most outlets, which means that for years to come, Dunkin' Donuts will have to sell about 2,011,834 small coffees every month – about $3.4 million – just to meet the interest payments on the loan it took out to pay Bain and Carlyle their little one-time dividend. And that doesn't include the principal on the loan, or the additional millions in debt that Dunkin' has to pay every year to get out from under the $2.4 billion in debt it's now saddled with after having the privilege of being taken over –with borrowed money – by the firm that Romney built.

If you haven't heard much about how takeover deals like Dunkin' and KB Toys work, that's because Mitt Romney and his private equity brethren don't want you to. The new owners of American industry are the polar opposites of the Milton Hersheys and Andrew Carnegies who built this country, commercial titans who longed to leave visible legacies of their accomplishments, erecting hospitals and schools and libraries, sometimes leaving behind thriving towns that bore their names.
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Thinking for yourself... a skill lost to Libtardia.

If you're going to copy/paste rehashed, tired Libtard crap that's not your own work, post a link, Parrot.

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lmao
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KB had an ENORMOUS DEBT LOAD before Bain came along, due to over-expansion, and the growth of Toys-R-Us, and Walmart/Target in direct competition.

Also, Romney WAS NOT PART OF BAIN IN 200, you dishonest moron.

Did MSNBC "Forget" to tell you that part?
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


It didn't have anything like the debt load before Bain lent "a helping hand" and ruined it. Yeah, Gordon Gekko Romney was a Bain investor and owner, making him a mere beneficiary of the raping and pillaging, rather than its direct organizer.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


ROMNEY HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH IT, DUMBASS
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


So HE says. He has already been proven a liar.
 Quoting: Major_Payne

LMFAO! "So he says"??????
AHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!

You saw it on MSBC, so it just HAST to be true, right stupid??

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
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In 2010, a year after the last round of Hertz layoffs, Carlyle teamed up with Bain to take $500 million out of another takeover target: the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Dunkin' had to take out a $1.25 billion loan to pay a dividend to its new private equity owners. So think of this the next time you go to Dunkin' Donuts for a cup of coffee: A small cup of joe costs about $1.69 in most outlets, which means that for years to come, Dunkin' Donuts will have to sell about 2,011,834 small coffees every month – about $3.4 million – just to meet the interest payments on the loan it took out to pay Bain and Carlyle their little one-time dividend. And that doesn't include the principal on the loan, or the additional millions in debt that Dunkin' has to pay every year to get out from under the $2.4 billion in debt it's now saddled with after having the privilege of being taken over –with borrowed money – by the firm that Romney built.

If you haven't heard much about how takeover deals like Dunkin' and KB Toys work, that's because Mitt Romney and his private equity brethren don't want you to. The new owners of American industry are the polar opposites of the Milton Hersheys and Andrew Carnegies who built this country, commercial titans who longed to leave visible legacies of their accomplishments, erecting hospitals and schools and libraries, sometimes leaving behind thriving towns that bore their names.
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You are a fugging dumbass...
Romney hasn't had control of Bain SINCE THE 90's, and the CURRENT CEO is a HUGE OBAMA SUPPORTER!!

That makes you either an IDIOT, intellectually DISHONEST, or gullible.

Care to explain to the class which one it is, moron?
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


Ah yeah, Mitt's "retroactive resignation" in which he claimed to the SEC he wasn't running Bain when he actually was.

Whoever the current CEO is, he's not Gordon Gekko running for president.
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In 2010, a year after the last round of Hertz layoffs, Carlyle teamed up with Bain to take $500 million out of another takeover target: the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Dunkin' had to take out a $1.25 billion loan to pay a dividend to its new private equity owners. So think of this the next time you go to Dunkin' Donuts for a cup of coffee: A small cup of joe costs about $1.69 in most outlets, which means that for years to come, Dunkin' Donuts will have to sell about 2,011,834 small coffees every month – about $3.4 million – just to meet the interest payments on the loan it took out to pay Bain and Carlyle their little one-time dividend. And that doesn't include the principal on the loan, or the additional millions in debt that Dunkin' has to pay every year to get out from under the $2.4 billion in debt it's now saddled with after having the privilege of being taken over –with borrowed money – by the firm that Romney built.

If you haven't heard much about how takeover deals like Dunkin' and KB Toys work, that's because Mitt Romney and his private equity brethren don't want you to. The new owners of American industry are the polar opposites of the Milton Hersheys and Andrew Carnegies who built this country, commercial titans who longed to leave visible legacies of their accomplishments, erecting hospitals and schools and libraries, sometimes leaving behind thriving towns that bore their names.
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Thinking for yourself... a skill lost to Libtardia.

If you're going to copy/paste rehashed, tired Libtard crap that's not your own work, post a link, Parrot.

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 Quoting: ScrumpTheTexan

Libs don't think for THEMSELVES, silly...

That would be politically-incorrect, since it creates the danger of not being on the same page with whatever TODAY'S MSNBC/MediaMatters-approved CURRENT TRUTH happens to be!

And TODAY'S Current Truth can be very different from YESTERDAY'S current truth.
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Re: BEST HOMEMADE CAMPAIGN SIGN EVER!
In 2010, a year after the last round of Hertz layoffs, Carlyle teamed up with Bain to take $500 million out of another takeover target: the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Dunkin' had to take out a $1.25 billion loan to pay a dividend to its new private equity owners. So think of this the next time you go to Dunkin' Donuts for a cup of coffee: A small cup of joe costs about $1.69 in most outlets, which means that for years to come, Dunkin' Donuts will have to sell about 2,011,834 small coffees every month – about $3.4 million – just to meet the interest payments on the loan it took out to pay Bain and Carlyle their little one-time dividend. And that doesn't include the principal on the loan, or the additional millions in debt that Dunkin' has to pay every year to get out from under the $2.4 billion in debt it's now saddled with after having the privilege of being taken over –with borrowed money – by the firm that Romney built.

If you haven't heard much about how takeover deals like Dunkin' and KB Toys work, that's because Mitt Romney and his private equity brethren don't want you to. The new owners of American industry are the polar opposites of the Milton Hersheys and Andrew Carnegies who built this country, commercial titans who longed to leave visible legacies of their accomplishments, erecting hospitals and schools and libraries, sometimes leaving behind thriving towns that bore their names.
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You are a fugging dumbass...
Romney hasn't had control of Bain SINCE THE 90's, and the CURRENT CEO is a HUGE OBAMA SUPPORTER!!

That makes you either an IDIOT, intellectually DISHONEST, or gullible.

Care to explain to the class which one it is, moron?
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


Ah yeah, Mitt's "retroactive resignation" in which he claimed to the SEC he wasn't running Bain when he actually was.

Whoever the current CEO is, he's not Gordon Gekko running for president.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


Now it makes sense. He is successful so he MUST be evil. You are ENTITLED to a piece of the pie huh? He should have his income capped, the rest redistributed to the rest of the entitled Americans right?

This is why we are in a bad place right now, because people like you get as many votes as the informed Americans.
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Re: BEST HOMEMADE CAMPAIGN SIGN EVER!
In 2010, a year after the last round of Hertz layoffs, Carlyle teamed up with Bain to take $500 million out of another takeover target: the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Dunkin' had to take out a $1.25 billion loan to pay a dividend to its new private equity owners. So think of this the next time you go to Dunkin' Donuts for a cup of coffee: A small cup of joe costs about $1.69 in most outlets, which means that for years to come, Dunkin' Donuts will have to sell about 2,011,834 small coffees every month – about $3.4 million – just to meet the interest payments on the loan it took out to pay Bain and Carlyle their little one-time dividend. And that doesn't include the principal on the loan, or the additional millions in debt that Dunkin' has to pay every year to get out from under the $2.4 billion in debt it's now saddled with after having the privilege of being taken over –with borrowed money – by the firm that Romney built.

If you haven't heard much about how takeover deals like Dunkin' and KB Toys work, that's because Mitt Romney and his private equity brethren don't want you to. The new owners of American industry are the polar opposites of the Milton Hersheys and Andrew Carnegies who built this country, commercial titans who longed to leave visible legacies of their accomplishments, erecting hospitals and schools and libraries, sometimes leaving behind thriving towns that bore their names.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


You are a fugging dumbass...
Romney hasn't had control of Bain SINCE THE 90's, and the CURRENT CEO is a HUGE OBAMA SUPPORTER!!

That makes you either an IDIOT, intellectually DISHONEST, or gullible.

Care to explain to the class which one it is, moron?
 Quoting: PravdaDemocrat


Ah yeah, Mitt's "retroactive resignation" in which he claimed to the SEC he wasn't running Bain when he actually was.

Whoever the current CEO is, he's not Gordon Gekko running for president.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25192267


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