The facts are simple. Mitt Romney's blind-trust invested more than a million dollars in a "vulture fund" managed by Paul Singer, a Romney adviser. Here is the tangled web that leads to lost American jobs -- and a 3,000% profit for Singer and Romney.
Given this emphasis on his private sector experience, should we vote for Mitt for his storied business acumen hoping it will translate into concrete policies that strengthen the economy? Romney's business success is as storied as is his political tone deafness.
The Republicans have become so consumed by the intensity of their obsession against the president and their pure lust for power that they stand for nothing, and offer nothing to voters, except the intensity of their ideologies, hatreds and dislikes.