Venture or ‘vulture,’ Romney takes spotlight with business background

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“I’ve been fighting for this cause most of my life,” Mr. Wynn told AP. “It’s like fingernails on the chalkboard. It just kind of irritated you to hear those kind of attacks.”

Chamber of Commerce President Thomas J. Donohue shared a similar sentiment, saying he was “very disappointed” with the criticism of Mr. Romney’s “extraordinary business experience.”

“It is just foolish for the Republicans to carry on that line of attack because they’re not doing anything other than set up the ad base for their opponents,” Mr. Donohue said.

Mr. Stemberg called the attacks “perverse.”

“The pluses so far outweigh the minuses. It’s not even a close call,” he said of Bain’s investments.

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