If there’s one thing I’ve learned this election season – besides, keep the TV turned off as much as possible until mid-November, unless you’re watching “Sons of Guns” – it’s that I totally want to meet Mitt Romney’s team of retirement advisors.

While this week’s focus (and tonight’s big spotlight) goes to the other team and their aspirations for reascension to power – I noted to no one in particular Wednesday night how Bill Clinton now looks eerily like Dick Van Dyke – a Washington Post article from the weekend got me to thinking about the extremely talented team that Romney worked with as he worked his way out working with Bain Capital.

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