Bain and Mitt Romney: Whats Fact and Whats Opinion

Dan Primack (wrote a) critique of my Romney piece ("Greed and Debt," August 29) on CNN.com. His article ("Greed, Debt, and Matt Taibbi") purports to provide a list factual inaccuracies, but like a lot of these pieces that pore through long features in search of mistakes, the resultant list ends up mainly being a discussion of non-factual issues where Primack and I simply disagree Full Story »

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Subjects: U.S., Politics
Topics: Mitt Romney
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Posted by: Posted by Randy Morrow - Sep 6, 2012 - 12:01 AM PDT
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Edited by: Dwight Rousu - Sep 6, 2012 - 9:02 AM PDT

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Ben Ross
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by Ben Ross - Sep. 8, 2012

Good is not a strong enough word. debunks the entire arena of false equivalence. Read everything by this reporter ...not to be missed....the stuff totally under reported by MSM.

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Dwight Rousu
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by Dwight Rousu - Sep. 8, 2012

The original Taibbi article was something of a tour de force. Here Taibbi defends the piece against what he paints as a very unfair and poorly pointed critique of the article on CNN.

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Randy Morrow
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by Randy Morrow - Sep. 6, 2012

As an investor, do you really want to throw your hard-earned cash into a company to whose bottom line Mitt Romney just added $300 million in debt? In a company that just ... More »

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Jon
4.0
by Jon - Sep. 8, 2012

Matt Taibbi is good journalism, always able to back up his facts, just lays it out for you to take it in. Good article.

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