Mitt says that he was not in charge at Bain after 1999. Who was in charge? Who was making the day-to-day decisions? I can understand that he took a leave of absence to help the Salt Lake City winter games in 2002. I can understand that he later changed his mind and decided to retire rather than return from the leave of absence. People do change their minds. There is nothing wrong with that. Mitt must have left someone in charge while was gone. Give us a name, Mitt. Then the media can talk to that person to confirm your assertions.
- Mitt’s in trouble (bell-book-candle.com)
- Ed Gillespie: Mitt Romney ‘Retired Retroactively’ From Bain Capital (VIDEO) (huffingtonpost.com)
- Yet Another Nugget To Undercut Romney’s Story (andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com)