Skip to comments.Inside Mitt Romney's Bain Files
Posted on 08/23/2012 12:47:00 PM PDT by mojito
Very rich people have very much money in very many places.
Currently, thats the broadest possible takeaway from the 950 pages of confidential documents related to Mitt Romneys finances obtained and published by Gawker. The files include internal audits, financial statements, and private investor letters for 21 entities in which the candidate has invested over $10 millionmany of them Bain Capital subsidiaries or investment vehicles based in Bermuda or the Cayman Islands. So far, there's nothing on income taxes, nothing incriminating, and nothing that should send either campaign reelingbut there are a couple of strings worth pulling on.
Gawkers John Cook, who obtained the documents, has published a few preliminary observations, and were still trawling for more. But for now, here are the most interesting insights from the files....
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And what did they find?
That Romney is really rich. And beyond that?
The same way Obama got the sealed divorce paper of his opponent released when he was running for senator.
what did they find? Someone who is running for president who is interested and driven to do a job not someone waiting for Saturday to play golf or hang out with Hollywood celebs or NBA stars, or someone who gets up before 8am.
Liberals must be wetting their pants thinking people are getting killed by Obama's economy are going to forget they can't get a job
There is no such thing as a sealed record if your opponent is O.
Now, O’s records, thats another matter. Those are private.
Remember when they managed a data dump on Palin’s official emails?
They were pretty excited for about two hours. Then nothing.
They just proved her to be the person we already knew she was. Honest. Straight-forward.
I’m not expecting them to find any scandals in Romney’s finances. No Tony Rezkos there.
I’m pretty sure that most of Zippy’s records have been destroyed. No need to destroy the Hawaii hospital records because there never were any. But passport records, college records - I’m betting the papers ones have been burned and the electronic ones have been digitally altered.