Mitt Romney no stranger to tax breaks, subsidies - latimes.com
Reporting from Washington— As Mitt Romney
defends his record running a private equity firm, he frequently points to a
fast-growing Indiana steel company, financed in part by Bain Capital, that now
employs 6,000 workers.
What Romney doesn't mention is that Steel
Dynamics also received generous tax breaks and other subsidies provided by
the state of Indiana and the residents of DeKalb
County, where the company's first mill was built.
Very powerful. Aparently there's some welfare Romney likes very much.