Rat's azz! Romney was the CEO of Bain and attended meetings and<quoted text>
Romney did in fact, leave Bain Capital to manage the Olympics. Regardless of what he was or was not to Bain (on paper), he did not physically conduct any day-to-day management duties, so he cannot be held accountable for the demise of any companies in which he may have been invested. My portfolio includes BP stock. Does that make the Deepwater Horizons disaster my fault?
made decisions. He did "physically" conduct management, even if
it does not meet your "day-to-day" management test.
If you are CEO, you can be held accountable for the demise
of companies in which HIS COMPANY "invested" -- for the
purpose of looting and bankrupting said companies.
In case you are that uninformed, being a stockholder does
not give you managerial rights. I just thought I would
straighten out your illogical thinking on that point.
You bloviate a lot. That appears to be your strong suit.