In tomorrow's issue of the Boston Phoenix, I take a look at the career of businessman Mitt Romney, which has provided him a huge network of financially hefty supporters, but also contains nuggets that could haunt him on the campaign trial -- perhaps that's why the business-loving GOP hasn't nominated a true born-and-bred businessman since Wendell Wilkie in 1940.
It's online now. Mitt's Equity Army: Romney’s war chest is overflowing with the contributions of his financial-world pals. But what is the price of their loyalty?
Also, Kerry and Kennedy are supporting the Enterprise Rent-A-Car strike, so why aren't our statehouse Democrats? That one's here: Rent-A-Scab?