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Flip-flopping, Bain Capitalism and Super PACs: Mitt Romney's Candidacy

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Editor's note: When Mitt Romney announced his bid for the White House, he seemed to be the likely front-runner, more for lack of a better alternative than any enthusiasm about him as a candidate. But that was before the GOP base had the chance to find out just how deep he is in Wall Street's pockets, and Romney's race since then has been a struggle to stay ahead of the rest of the pack. Here are selected posts from the past few months that explain why a Romney presidency would be bad for America.

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Wall Street's Bad Romance With RomneyBen Adler, December 29, 2011
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No Ideals or Ideas From Romney, Just a 'Well-Designed Corporate Strategy'John Nichols, January 5, 2012
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Romney ‘Not Concerned About the Very Poor’Ben Adler, February 2, 2012
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Romney’s 'Crony Capitalism': Bain's Big Government SubsidiesAri Berman, January 13, 2012
Romney says the government doesn’t create jobs, but his firm Bain Capital profited from government subsidies.

Why Wall Street Is Doubling Down on RomneyBen Adler, February 14, 2012
Mitt's fundraising advantage among big wealthy donors, especially in the financial sector keeps growing. That's because they're afraid of his opponents.

The Soul of Mitt RomneyLeslie Savan, February 16, 2012
Romney comes off as weak, weird and willing to say anything to be elected. Now, he's starting to seem mean.

Romney's Irresponsible Tax Plan, Ben Adler, February 23, 2012 
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Romney’s Koch Brothers ConnectionsAri Berman, February 24, 2012
Romney’s campaign is getting a major boost from the lead organizers behind the Tea Party.

Romney’s Contraception Flip-Flop Reminds Everyone Why They Hate HimBen Adler, March 1, 2012
Within one day Mitt managed to offend everybody by saying he was against the Blunt amendment, and then that he was for it.

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