Question: How does one retroactively retire?

Ok, this is REALLY funny to me.  Now, I must admit, I may have a warped since of humor, but when Mitt Romney's surrogate said that Mitt Romney "retroactively retired," I was floored.  I mean I couldn't stop laughing...  At any rate, if you didn't hear what happened, check out the back story from Huff Post.... By the way, how DOES one Retroactively Retire?

"Mitt Romney adviser Ed Gillespie said Sunday that the candidate "retired retroactively" from his job at Bain Capital, which Romney maintains that he left in 1999 despite evidence suggesting he remained involved with the company until 2002.

Gillespie said Romney may have been listed as "part-time" after 1999, but that he had no role in the firm's day-to-day affairs, a point the campaign has attempted to make repeatedly in order to separate him from Bain's activity related to outsourcing during that period. Romney has said he left the company completely in 1999 when he started working to plan the 2002 Winter Olympics.

"There may have been a thought at the time that [Romney's Bain work] could be part-time. It was not part-time. The Olympics was in a shambles," Gillespie told Candy Crowley on CNN's "State of the Union."

"He took a leave of absence and in fact, Candy, ended up not going back at all and retired retroactively to February 1999 as a result," Gillespie said."



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