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Romney managed to spin his short-term job into a fairy tale of success.

Published on October 30, 2012, by in Boston.

I remember when he came in as governor, excited that he was going to do good – he didn’t.  The Big Dig overruns happened on his watch, and there’s video of him  calling the whole project “a political tar baby.”  The press has him running for President for 7 years, but in reality it’s been 17 years. It

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Romney accepted a $25,000 statue as a gift says former Bain staffer

While working at Bain Capital from 2002 to 2003 as support staff, my colleagues and I were instructed to deliver a statue appraised for $25,000 as a gift to Governor Romney from his partners at Bain Capital. In 2002, I saw a fax from the NY Fed Chairman inviting one of Mr. Romney’s chief deputies

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[Don, Milford] Mass knows Mitt? No one including Mitt knows Mitt.

Each morning during the Mitt the Twit years, the Boston Globe would have another crazy idea Mitt had proposed. The following morning there would be a retraction. Most of the time he was out running for President and bad mouthing Massachusetts.  We have had some lousy governors but he is right up there with the

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[Jim, Sudbury] There is a good reason why he chose not to run for reelection.

There is a good reason why he chose not to run for reelection. He would never have made it It should also be pointed out that it was during his predecessor as governor, Bill Weld, when Massachusetts school children performed very well. Weld should be given the credit. – Jim, Sudbury

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Romney has no intention of working with us.

Romney was a carpetbagger taking advantage of a weak Democratic candidate to shove his way into office. He had no interest in running the state and spent most of his time out of state complaining about how mean we all were. Even members of his own party couldn’t work with him. It’s not because he

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