If Mitt Romney thinks that a president with experience in the private sector is exactly what America needs, then shouldn’t we think about electing Jay-Z? Nation columnist Melissa Harris-Perry breaks down the fallacy of the argument of Romney as a CEO-in-Chief, and looks at his mixed record as governor of Massachusetts. She’s joined by BET columnist Keith Boykin, the Huffington Post‘s Peter Goodman and Newsweek’s Michael Tomasky to discuss how Romney embraced the role of government when he was an elected official, and how he’s pandering to anti-government sentiment as he seeks the presidency.

—Max Rivlin-Nadler