Mitt Romney on Thursday visited a factory shuttered when George W. Bush was in the White House, and said its lingering idleness marks a failure of President Barack Obama’s economic policies.
Actually, Mitt, since the place made drywall, I’d say it’s the fault of the bursting of the housing bubble.
Later in the article we’re told fewer than 100 jobs were lost when the factory finally closed. Gosh. I wonder how many people lost their jobs while Mitt was running Bain Capital, practicing his highly-lucrative form of vulture capitalism.