ANNOUNCE YOU MADE A HUGE, YEARS OLD, INSENSITIVE ERROR IN JUDGEMENT, WHICH WILL BE CORRECTED - FORTHWITH.
It is reported that Mitt Romney left Bain Capital in 1999, although his contractual and buyout clause concerning the number of years attached may exceed 1999.
In all fairness, long after Romney left Bain Capital, CRC Health was acquired by Bain Capital in 2005. Aspen Education was acquired by CRC health in 2006, where child abuse and deaths have occurred. As stated before, unfortunately for Mitt Romney, he is still "the face" of Bain Capital.
Where Mitt Romney erred, he chose the wrong "company" to keep. If character is to be an issue of the 2012 campaign, this is fair game, and righteously so.
Robert Litchfield was appointed to co-chair Mitt Romney's Utah campaign finance committee. Then in 2007, Robert Litchfield was forced to leave Romeny's campaign as Litchfield was the founder of WWASP (World Wide Association of Specialty Programs), programs that horrifically abused children in the US and abroad. Litchfield and WWASP were facing several lawsuits.
In 2008, Mel Sembler (co-founder along with his wife Betty, of the abusive "Straight, Inc.) whose abusive teen programs were shut down by Congress in 1993 due to the "inhumane conditions and treatment" of children, was appointed to Romney's finance chair. Odd that he and his wife were not appointed stripes behind bars.
In October of 2011, it was announced that the Semblers are back on Romney's Florida's Finance Team:
MEL SEMBLER, BETTY SEMBLER, ROBERT LITCHFIELD, AND OTHERS HAVE NEVER BEEN PROSECUTED FOR THEIR CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN AND HUMANITY. LIKE MOST OWNERS AND STAFF OF THESE FACILITIES - THEY WALK AWAY.
- CORPORATE AMERICA.
- CHILDREN ARE AFFORDED LESS RIGHTS THAN OUR ANIMALS.
- THE NATSAP LOBBY IS STRONG AND THEY WILL ENSURE THE BOUNTIES ON OUR CHILDREN'S HEADS CONTINUES.
- A SENATOR'S OR CONGRESSMAN'S CHILD HAS NOT PERISHED AT THE HANDS OF THESE INEPT, PONTIFICATING, DESPICABLE , SOCIO-PATHETIC EXCUSE FOR HUMAN BEINGS.
"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
from ― Martin Luther King Jr., I Have a Dream: Writings and Speeches That Changed the World