Mitt Romney's Bain Capital Investments: 5 of the Best
That last part's especially important, since Romney's early pro-choice stance didn't keep his values from dictating certain business decisions.
When Bain bought film studio Artisan Entertainment in the late 1990s, Romney refused to involved himself in the deal because the studio had produced R-rated films including Quentin Tarantino's “Reservoir Dogs.”
Though Artisan would produce the first Christian-themed “VeggieTales” through its Family Home Entertainment label before being bought out by Lionsgate Films in 2004, Reservoir Dogs' notorious scenes of intense violence — such as gangster character "Mr. Blonde" hacking a cop's ear off — didn't pass the Romney test.
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