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President Barack Obama Aggressive Campaign Strategy: No More Mr. Nice GuyJul 16, 2012 | News
No more Mr. Nice Guy as President Barack Obama campaign ads becomes more aggressive against Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
President Barack Obama campaign strategy appears to be more aggressive as his television campaign ads continue to get deeper and deeper into controversial issues involving Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Recently, the Obama administration has been attacking Mitt Romney on his affiliation with Bain Capital. For those who may not know, Bain Capital is “one of the world’s leading private investment firms managing approximately $65 billion in assets under management” this information is provided by the Bain Capitol website. The site goes on to mention that their “competitive advantage has been grounded in a people intensive, value added investment approach that has enabled the firm to deliver industry-leading returns for our investors”. I guess the old saying is true monitor what you put online. Apparently, according to recent Obama administration campaign ads, it’s no secret that Bain Capital is able to deliver industry-leading returns for their investors but at what cost? The Obama administration believes it is due to their inability to care for people who lives they negatively impact is one reason why Bain Capital is such a profitable company.
“If Romney wins, the middle classes loses” appears to be the slogan that is making headlines on behalf of the Obama campaign. President Barack Obama criticizes Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on his denial of being CEO of Bain Capital pass the year 1999 in which Mitt Romney claims is the year he stopped working for the company. However, due to Mitt Romney’s signatures on documents that were processed by the company in the year 2001 indicate that he in fact was still affiliated with Bain Capital. In recent campaign advertisements the Obama administration accuses Mitt Romney and Bain Capital of outsourcing millions of jobs overseas which is reason to suspect why the unemployment rate is as above 8%. Also, an Obama campaign ad mentions that for every company that Bain Capital shut down, Mitt Romney was able to average $92 million dollars in profit. This implies that while the newly unemployed were struggling to make a dollar to put food on the table, Mitt Romney was wallowing in the millions he gained from minimizing profit margins of desperate citizens.
In retaliation to the recent attacks, in an interview with the Washington Post, Mitt Romney responds by stating that he was “very proud of the record I had in my business career” He continued to say “I’d say to the president, wouldn’t it be interesting Mr. President, wouldn’t it be interesting if you spent some time speaking about your record. A campaign spent on false charges and dishonesty doesn’t have long legs” Mitt Romney appears to be frustrated with the recent outburst of his career and goes on to suggest to the public that the Obama administration is willing to do anything in order to gain a second term in office and provided implications that an apology is needed for the remarks. President Barack Obama responds stating “No, we will not apologize” due to his belief that if he wants recognition for a successful leader of Bain Capital then he also needs to take responsibility for the millions of jobs he stripped and deprived U.S. citizens because he would rather outsource those jobs for greater profit for not only his company but himself as well. One question voters need to ask themselves, whether he or she is a Republican or Democrat is whether or not Mitt Romney is truly for The People?
*Here's a special link to an article on vanity fair which includes exclusive information on Mitt Romney and his affiliation with Bain Capital and also information regarding his secret off shore accounts with banks in other countries. For more information click on the  link below.
Posted By: Eric TurnerReturn