A video from an ancient CD-ROM features a young Mitt Romney refuting an older Mitt Romney's claims of being a job creator:
...at Bain, Romney's top priority wasn't to boost employment. As the Wall Street Journal recently noted, creating jobs "wasn't the aim of Bain or other private-equity firms, which measure success by returns produced for investors." And, the newspaper reported, Romney's 100,000-jobs claim is tough to evaluate.
Mother Jones has obtained a video from 1985 in which Romney, describing Bain's formation, showed how he viewed the firm's mission. He explained that its goal was to identify potential and hidden value in companies, buy significant stakes in these businesses, and then "harvest them at a significant profit" within five to eight years....
This is obviously not as damning as the other Mother Jones video from this month, but it's still nice to hear the truth from Mitt's own mouth.