With millions out of work, the American growth and jobs pictures dimming, the cost of healthcare skyrocketing, and the national debt spiraling out of control, Democrats are exhibiting some rather strange priorities. On a policy level, they’re fixated on raising taxes on nearly one million small businesses (while blocking votes on their own party’s proposals) in order to fuel class divisions. On a political level, they’re obsessed with baselessly speculating about Mitt Romney’s foreign investments (while blithely ignoring their own) and lying about his non-existent role in Bain Capital’s supposed “outsourcing” (even amidst revelations that $29 billion in Obama “stimulus” funds were shipped overseas). Their latest conspiracy theory is that Romney stayed on as a member of Bain’s active leadership for several years beyond 1999, the year he’s often asserted that he left the company to go save the Salt Lake City Olympics. Liberals and the media — but I repeat myself — are buzzing about a new Boston Globe story that suggests that Romney hasn’t been honest about his personal employment timeline: