The Republican Party finds itself in the same position as the average corporation—they have to learn to manage change. However, their problem is while in corporations real change requires the acceptance of facts and logics, the politics of the Republican right is a religion.
In trying to appeal to their white and generally ageing base, the Republican Party seemingly did its best to alienate every other demographic in America.
The anti-immigrant rallying cry was intended to reassure the base that the Party would do its best to ensure that the country remained as white as possible for as long as possible.
Latinos responded by giving Obama 71% of their vote in the Presidential Elections.
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Mitt Romney has stated that he left Bain Capital in 1999 and had nothing to do with the company after that. However, regulatory filings tell a different story. Is there a corporate governance lesson here?
The Presidential election debate in the US between Obama and Romney has for the past several weeks centered on the latter’s involvement in Bain Capital. The questions that have arisen relate to the actual period during which Romney served at Bain including the precise timing of his departure and therefore by definition what actions of that private equity firm could he or should he be made accountable for.
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