Yesterday, Mitt Romney and the Republican National Committee seemed to enjoy playing battle of the surrogates over the controversy surrounding Mitt Romney's career as CEO and founder of Bain Capital ... but that might change after they watch this video from Priorities USA of Republicans trashing Romney and Bain:
"[They] loot companies, leave behind broken families, broken towns." —Newt GingrichYour move, Romneyland.
"It's the ultimate insult when Mitt Romney comes to South Carolina and tells you he feels your pain—because he caused it. [...] There is something inherently wrong when getting rich off failure and sticking it to someone else is how you do your business. I happen to think that is indefensible." —Rick Perry
"Governor Romney has claimed to have created over 100,000 jobs at Bain, and people are wanting to know: is there proof of that claim? And was it U.S. jobs created for United States citizens? [...] And that's fair, that's not negative campaigning." —Sarah Palin
"Governor Romney enjoys firing people." —Jon Huntsman
"While Mitt Romney was at Bain Capital, almost one out of every four companies they were involved with went bankrupt or went out of business." —John Brabender, Rick Santorum campaign manager