Mitt Romney's Confession
Several politicians and leaders of major companies made waves recently for influencing company employees to vote Republican in November.– Britt Middleton
Mitt Romney drew scrutiny last week after audio leaked of him speaking to a group of small business leaders encouraging business owners to pass their own political views — or support for a candidate — down to their employees. "Nothing illegal about you talking to your employees about what you believe is best for the business," the GOP presidential candidate said. (Photo: Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
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