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Letter: Romney needs to admit to his past at Bain

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Posted: Monday, July 30, 2012 7:27 am

Bad businessman or is he lying?

When basing his platform off his record as a businessman, one would think that Mitt Romney would make sure his business record was clean.

Gov. Romney has stated countless times that he was not at Bain Capital when massive outsourcing took place at the companies he created — yet his name was still on record as CEO.

If Romney did continue working with his company during his time at the Olympics, he has been lying to the American people and losing the credibility he’s trying to build with the average citizen.

However, if he did leave Bain in 1999, as he said he had, why would the new CEO not be publicly named? It’s bad business to allow someone to run a company under your name and have no say in what is happening, just as it is bad business to lie about not having a voice in a company you still work with.

Governor Romney needs to admit to his past at Bain Capital so we can find out if he is just a bad businessman or lying about his past.

Marie Peat

Cave Creek

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