Then, at Bain -- I mean, about, what 75 percent, 80 percent of the businesses that were going to bankrupt, he does turn around. He's a green eyeshade kind of guy. He will do what no president, not even Ronald Reagan, has ever done, and that is go through the budget and cut the spending. And there's a lot to be cut.
And the Olympics, which was also going bankrupt and is an enormous business.
And the Midas touch man comes in and turns around this nearly bankrupt institution. It is not just Bain. It is everything he touches.
~ Ann Coulter on ABC's This Week, talking about Mitt Romney
Ann Coulter is correct to compare @MittRomney's wealth creation to King Midas' in the sense that both are mythical.— andishehnouraee (@andishehnouraee) June 10, 2012
Ann Coulter keeps comparing Mitt Romney to Midas, a king whose lust for wealth destroyed him. Her first apt analogy ever.— LOLGOP (@LOLGOP) June 10, 2012
@ThisWeekABCRidiculous Ann Coulter claiming Romney somehow saved the Olympics with "Midas Touch." The federal government bailed it out.— Marcia Russo (@marciarusso) June 10, 2012
ACoulter: Romney had Midas touch’ while MAGovbit.ly/LNXvpE /Yep if Midas touch means fiscal decisions resulting in spread of rabies— No Blood for Hubris (@heliotrope77) June 11, 2012
Ann Coulter touting Romney's record at Bain and the Olympics, no mention that both needed bailouts— Jeremy Holden (@JerAHolden) June 10, 2012