Monday, July 16, 2012

The Banality of the Bain Attacks (Even Bane Mocks You!)

[Some Comic Book Spoilers ahead that tie into Dark Knight Rises-- HERE THERE BE DRAGONS]

Yes, I'm a Marvel guy.

No, I don't go to Comic-con. (Too much hype, give me artist, creators and Stan "the Man" Lee)

But I already have my ticket for the Dark Knight Rises.  I've read the comics this movie was based on, Knightfall and No Man's Land) so I know what Nolan's artwork will be about.  (Expect a review when I return on Friday Evening).

To start this post, let me introduce you to Bane (Tom Hardy in the movie):

THE Moment of "Knightfall" 

Bane, born and raised in a South American Prison, created chaos in Gotham and led to the moment above.  

If President Obama is trying to use Bane = Bain Capital, that makes me laugh.

What does Bain Capital do?

"Established in 1984, Bain Capital is one of the world's leading private investment firms managing approximately $65 billion in assets under management. Our affiliated advisors make private equity, public equity, leveraged debt asset, venture capital, and absolute return investments across multiple sectors, industries, and asset classes. Since our inception, our competitive advantage has been grounded in a people-intensive, value-added investment approach that has enabled the firm to deliver industry-leading returns for our investors." 

Or in short, invest in business to create Commerce.  

Bane, above, acts like an Occupy (endorsed by President Obama and Minority Leader Pelosi), ready to destroy the world to get his goal (BREAK BATMAN!).  That doesn't sound like what Romney at Capital did.  

And the attacks about Romney and the paperwork (before he went to save the Salt Lake City Olympics), a Lefty got the banality of the attack:

"The problem is, Romney has a rebuttal that will probably sound plausible to Joe and Jane Heartland -- yes, he was still the Big Kahuna on paper, but he'd taken a leave of absence to (nobly) run the Olympics, and, well, you know those gosh-darn government documents! So confusing! Am I right?

"Apologies for the buzzkill, but I think, for once in his life, something Romney is saying is going to be regarded as relatable by the average American,"

And Steve M. gets it.

However, the multiple attacks on Bain Capital is exactly like the multiple attacks on the Koch Brothers and is exactly like the multiple attacks on Halliburton, etc. ad infinitium.

And when Democrats ask, why are we not getting any funds for our campaign?  All they have to do is look at the paragraph above to get the answer.

Attacking Romney on Bain capital in the Dog Days of summer also shows that President Obama has his "B" team working his campaign, and then adding silliness to stupidity, now they want to equate Bain = Bane (Batman).  Laughter still ensues.

Bane is a KPFK Liberal.  He is from the Southern hemisphere and is willing to overturn the current system to create his own.  That does not sound like Bain capital, Governor Romney or Republicans.

Now we know, President Obama's campaign has been reduced to Trolling this summer.

Fall is coming, are the Revolutionaries in the White House worried that they might be overthrown by the voters? Stay tuned! 

My question: Why do Democrats hate Commerce so much that they want to follow Bane's example in Knightfall?


  1. Not only that, with this line of attack, they've turned Romney into a hero. Because if Obama is Bane, HE'S THE GODDAMN BATMAN. :D

  2. Who would win a fight, Bain or the Joker?


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