One of the key arguments of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign has to do with his experience as a corporate executive. But remember, Jay-Z has been very successful in the private sector, too, and created plenty of jobs.
You can see where this is going.
Beginning with a satirical proposal for Mr. "I'm not a businessman; I'm a business, man" as a write-in candidate, Melissa Harris-Perry and her panel argued on her show this weekend that business skills don't necessarily qualify one to lead the country.
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