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This Bain thing is getting weird. And by weird I mean “self-immolating for Democrats.”
Note, by the way, that the second link is from a hardcore right-wing site called… Atlanta Progressive News. The APN is apparently upset with Mayor Reed because he – like many, many, many mayors across the United States – is desperately trying to balance budgets bloated out of all proportion by bloated public sector union pension obligations. If you read between the lines and dismiss the liberal agitprop, it appears what happened was that Atlanta instituted pension freezes and reforms last year in order to eliminate budget shortfalls; which makes Mayor Reed’s blatant hypocrisy doubly disappointing. It’s one thing to attack the other side unfairly; it’s quite another to attack the other side for advocating policies and methodologies that you yourself used to save your city.
But, hey, everything for the Democratic party, nothing for the country. Is that how it goes with you, Kasim Reed?
Moe Lane (crosspost)
One wonders why.
*Just to note: “Bain & Company” and “Bain Capital” are two separate, but sister, companies that were both founded by Romney. There is no such thing as a ‘Good Bain’ and a ‘Bad Bain,’ although God knows somebody will probably try to argue that at some point…