CHARLOTTE, N.C.--Vice President Joe Biden is taking on Mitt Romney's top credential for the Oval Office, his time a Bain Capitol. Romney showcased his career there at his GOP convention last week--bringing on stage one of his former Bain colleagues and the Staples founder--a company Bain bankrolled to get its start.
Biden didn't bash Bain per se. He said running that kind of company isn't a ticket to the White House. "The Bain way may bring your firm the highest profit. But its not the way to lead your country from its highest office," Biden said.