Surprise: Dems Received Nearly Three Times as Much Bain Money as GOP Last Three Election Cycles

Posted by on Jan 19, 2012 at 8:11 am
Barack Obama

I’m surprised this is even being reported considering the evil Bain Capital was once run by Mitt Romney. Keep f–king that chicken, Dems.

Democrats have accepted more political donations than Republicans from executives at Bain Capital, complicating the left’s plan to attack Mitt Romney for his record at the private equity firm.

During the last three election cycles, Bain employees have given Democratic candidates and party committees more than $1.2 million. The vast majority of that sum came from senior executives.

Republican candidates and party committees raised over $480,000 from senior Bain executives during that time period.

Aw, poor things. It might complicate their ridiculous attacks on an American company that they’re sucking dry for donations.

Anyone working for Bain giving to these scumbags should have their head examined. The Democrats basically would like to destroy your company merely because Mitt Romney once ran it. Yet they’ll still keep on giving.

Romney has collected more money from Bain Capital employees than any federal candidate since the beginning of 2007, amassing more than $166,000 in contributions. He took more than $84,000 from Bain employees in the first three quarters of 2011.

But President Obama received a sizable share as well. He has accepted more than $80,000 from Bain employees since the beginning of 2007. Bain Capital employees gave $27,500 to Obama during the first three quarters of 2011.

Naturally, Democrat babbleheads justify it.

“What you have with Romney and Bain is a kid stuck with his hand in the cookie jar. There’s no question he had direct involvement in thousands of people losing their jobs and in some cases their homes,” said David Di Martino, a Democratic strategist. “That’s different than company executives at an investment fund making contributions to Democrats.”

Oh, OK, thanks for clearing that up.

Obama just destroyed thousands of potential jobs by shutting down the Keystone project, but that’s alright, apparently.

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