Biden tackles Mitt on Bain

CHARLOTTE, N.C.–Vice President Joe Biden is taking on Mitt Romney’s top credential for the Oval Office, his time a Bain Capitol. Romney showcased his career there at his GOP convention last week–bringing on stage one of his former Bain colleagues and the Staples founder–a company Bain bankrolled to get its start.

Biden didn’t bash Bain per se. He said running that kind of company isn’t a ticket to the White House. “The Bain way may bring your firm the highest profit. But its not the way to lead your country from its highest office,” Biden said.

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