Your first clue is the use of four examples rather than the full record. Bain probably has done scores if not hundreds of deals, and I'll take a WAG that this lefty cherry-picked the worst outcomes.
I'm going to defer to the Wall Street Journal on Bain:
We have our policy differences with Mr. Romney, but by any reasonable measure Bain Capital has been a net job and wealth creator. Founded in 1984 as an offshoot of the Bain consulting company, Bain Capital's business is a combination of private equity and venture capital. The latter means taking a flyer on start-ups that may or may not pan out, something that neither Mr. Gingrich nor Mr. Obama seem to find offensive when those investments are made by Silicon Valley firms in "clean energy."
None of the above should be interpreted to mean that I'm happy with Mitt, which I am not. I just hate seeing the GOP borrow a page from Occupy Wall Street.
Definitely an academy award contender. Just wished it had talked about those worker’s pension plans that had to be picked up by the taxpayer. Last figure I heard was in the neighborhood of ten million or more. This needs to be played three or four times on prime time all over SC and Florida, with the last being played the night before the voting starts.
This is on top of his numerous flip flops on all things Conservative.
This is what vetting looks like to a Republican candidate. His skeletons are numerous and look bad from the Left and the Right end of the spectrum.
Stick a fork in him HE IS DONE!
I doesn’t matter if it’s seen as a hatchet job by some, as I mentioned in my post:
[...THIS IS ONLY AN OPENING SALVO OF WHAT THE LEFT WILL USE TO EASILY DESTROY ROMNEY.]
Romney will be more vulnerable to defeat than McCain ever was especially with so many people who can relate to those same folks in that video.
Then you might consider deferring to a news piece rather than an op ed.
Regarding Romney's tenure at Bain...."Ten deals produced more than 70% of the dollar gains.
Some of those companies, too, later ran into trouble. Of the 10 businesses on which Bain investors scored their biggest gains, four later landed in bankruptcy court."
The WSJ has always been aligned with those kind of jerks; no surprise.