Makes sense, doesn't it?
Bain Capital bought the Ski-doo brand almost ten years ago.
Let's move those snowmobile lines to Mexico, where there's no snow.
Out of Quebec, where there's snow on the ground for at least eight months of the year.
They hide Romney's stake in Bain behind a lot of "blind trust" hoo-ha these days, because everybody knows it's a good idea to have blind trust in politicians.
Not that it matters. How many delegates is Quebec going to have at the Republican Convention?
Besides, what's wrong with replacing those $25 an hour Canadians with $25 a week Mexicans?
That's what's known as "efficiency" in your corporate circles.
BY MARCUS WALKER
ATHENS—Two years after Europe bailed Greece out to protect the euro, the rescue has become a debacle that threatens to unravel the common currency.
Then they led me along for another paragraph before announcing that I'd have to subscribe before I could read any more.
The teaser was enough to convince me that this was more typical stay-the-course bullshit from the Murdoch gnomes.
Hmm... where to start?
"the rescue has become a debacle..."
Yes and no.
There are thousands of very well paid planners, analysts, strategists, advisors, consultants, and just plain twats in Brussels and every other European capital.
Well paid to read the tea leaves and prognosticate on the future.
They couldn't see this coming?
And we all know that the magical thinkers at the WSJ truly believe that when you've got them by the balls their hearts and minds will follow.
And we also know that they believe that when that doesn't work, the only possible flaw in your strategy would be that you're not squeezing their balls hard enough.
Then there's that "two years" bit.
Those lazy Greeks have been bailed out every other week for the last two years...
I don't need to subscribe to the Wall Street Journal to know that.