Found via Chris Martenson. I haven't gone through all of Hubbard's CV, but as an example, it looks like he received total compensation from KKR of $301,125 last year, another $289,124 from Metlife, and another $205,000 from ADP.
Mitt Romney has a credibility problem. He changes his beliefs like laundry (abortion, medical insurance, whether Bin Laden was worth killing, attacking Iran), refuses to disclose his tax returns, and won't explain how he could possibly pay for the tax cuts he proposes. But there is another scandal in Romney's campaign -- namely Glenn Hubbard, Romney's chief economic advisor, who was chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors under George W. Bush, and is now Dean of Columbia Business School.
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