Mitt Romney LIED on his Job Application
If you give false information on a job application form — and your employer finds out about it — well, let’s just say you’re not getting the job. For that matter, if an employer hires you and then finds out, years later, that you lied on the application, you might get fired.
Mitt Romney is applying for a job. The American People are his potential employer. And the employer has just found out that Mitt Romney LIED about his career at Bain Capital.
Some of Bain Capital’s most hardcore company-raping and job destruction occurred between 1999 and 2002. Mitt Romney has been telling everyone that he left Bain Capital in 1999. Therefore, he’s been dismissing all of Bain Capital’s scorched-earth tactics that happened after 1999 because “hey, that wasn’t on my watch.”
Except that — it WAS on Romney’s watch. According to documents released by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Mitt Romney was Bain Capital’s CEO and sole stockholder through 2002.
Mitt Romney has lied — blatantly! — on his employment application with We The People. Therefore the employer should choose somebody else for this important position.
Dear Mr. Romney:
Thank you for your interest in a public service position with the American People. After careful consideration, we have decided to hire a different applicant — one who ISNT a lying sack of pus.