"I think it’s just inappropriate to pay senior executives a bonus when all the employees are losing their jobs," the judge said.
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Here's the irony of Mitt Romney's 47 percent: he hails himself as an economic savior because he knows how to create jobs, yet many of the jobs he had a hand in creating through his work at Bain Capital fall right into that 47 percent.
In the 2012 Presidential Election, How Important - for Better or for Worse - Is Mitt Romney's Track Record at Bain Capital?
In order to understand Romney's reliance on his Bain Capital experience, one must also gain an understanding about how private equity works, the prevailing general ignorance about which has, thus far, benefitted the Romney campaign.
"[I]t is very likely that the jobs that [Romney] created were on average much worse than the jobs he killed," the economist
Meanwhile, Romney enriched himself while leading Bain Capital, amassing a fortune of more than $200 million, which translates