Mitt Romney claims he created 100,000 jobs in his role as a corporate buyout specialist. But the truth is his time in the private sector was characterized by bankrupting companies, slashing pension and health care benefits, and laying off employees—all while he and his investors walked away with millions for themselves. And in 1994, when he was trying to make a similar claim about his role in job creation while at Bain, he admitted there's no way to quantify the numbers. And his own campaign admitted that the 100K number he keeps repeating doesn't take into account any of the thousands of jobs lost through bankrupting companies and laying off employees. That's #MittsBogusMath.