Most millionaire vulture capitalists, like Willard, have huge wine cellars with bottles costing more than you or I make in a month. However, due to his beliefs, he is not a wine aficionado. Nevertheless, Willard makes up for it by being a connoisseur of whine, and whine he did. That horrid newspaper had the audacity to tell the truth about Willard’s record.
A spokesperson for The Washington Post said Wednesday the newspaper would not be retracting a controversial report about Mitt Romney’s tenure at Bain Capital despite a request from the candidate’s campaign.
The announcement came after members of Romney’s staff met with senior editors in Washington on Wednesday afternoon to ask them to withdraw the article.
“We will not be issuing a retraction," Post communications director Kris Coratti said, adding she could not discuss additional details of the meeting.
The Romney campaign has declined to comment on the matter.
The article, published earlier this month, found that under Romney’s tenure, the venture capital firm he helmed invested in firms that specialized in outsourcing American jobs… [emphasis added]
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The more residents of swing states learn about Mitt Romney, the more swing states are swing away from him, because he, like the rest of the Republican Party, represents millionaires, billionaires and corporate criminals. They do NOT represent YOU!