From The NY Times:

While his campaign advisers generally agree that Mr. Romney must explain his work at Bain, they are wary of engaging in an exhaustive public examination of the nearly 100 deals he was involved in, anxious that it could bog him down in the inevitably messy details of fixing troubled companies, whether they are job cuts or big financial payouts.

Okay, let’s all agree not to talk about it and it will go away…. until The Times runs a 100-part series on the deals starting the morning after Mitt Romney accepts the nomination.

(Btw, I saw this posted by Karl at HotAir’s Greenroom and Patterico.  “Karl” … hmm … I give him high marks for his post.)

Update via Big Government (full interview here):