It does bring to mind something to the tune of a certain Red-nosed Reindeer:
Mittens the Corporate Raider
Had some sacred underwear.
But when he engaged in business,
employees he would fire without care
All of the other denominations
Loved to laugh and call him names
But when it came to unemployment
Mitt wasn't playing effin' games
Then one day in '88, Michael Milken came to say,
Mitt with garments and skin so white
Won't you take my grift on sight?
Then all the Republicans loved him,
And they shouted out with glee,
Mittens the Corporate Raider,
Please sink our econ-oh-mee!
Oh, by the way, at the time Mittens took Milken's millions...he knew Milken was under investigation for criminal behavior -- the one's the latter would go to jail for in 1990.
"But what distinguishes this deal from the nearly 100 others that Romney did over a 15-year period was his close work with Milken's firm, Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc. At the time of the deal, it was widely known that Milken and his company were under federal investigation, yet Romney decided to go ahead with the deal because Drexel had a unique ability to sell high-risk, high-yield debt instruments, known as 'junk bonds.'"