Mitt Romney claims he left Bain Capital in 1999, which would mean he's not responsible for the companies that went bankrupt or the employees that were laid off after that period. But the Boston Globe reports SEC documents state Mitt Romney was the "sole stockholder, chairman of the board, chief executive officer, and president," until 2002.
Seems like the one thing Mitt Romney and Willie Nelson have in common is neither of them remembers what they were up to from 1999-2002. Makes sense. He has the tendency of forgetting embarrassing moments in his life.
This all raises the question, just what was Mitt Romney up to from 1999-2002. We have a few good ideas…
* Being the hero Gotham deserves, not the one it needs.
* Counting his sons.
* Outsourcing the Winter Olympics to Salt Lake City, Utah.
* Experimenting with calling himself a moderate.
* Coming up with a new sandwich — a piece of white bread stuck between two pieces of white bread.
* Writing "Romneycare" in bubble letters and hearts over and over again on a composition notebook.
* Losing count of how many sons he has.
Romney's campaign states he was listed as the boss of Bain for technical reasons. Like that he was technically the boss?
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