I can expound at length regarding the many business practices that Romney and Bain engaged in which don't quite square with the public persona and picture he'd like to present.
Finding politically problematic ways to portray him doesn't equate to him having done anything ethically wrong, merely unpopular.
It goes far deeper than layoffs and outsourcing.
It would have to. There is nothing ethically wrong with either.
The entire business model of the LBO world revolves around using tax breaks and accounting gimmicks to transfer money from public coffers (in the form of taxes paid by companies) into private hands (in the form of 'management fees' and high debt payments to banks).
There is nothing ethically wrong here either.
The layoffs and outsourcing are just the tip of the iceberg, RG.
You say that like they are something wrong, when in fact there is absolutely nothing wrong with either. Merely politically unpopular, but there is a difference.
I can link to several articles discussing the methods Bain used to garner profits, if you like, and the negative externalities generated by the use of these methods.
I'd prefer you just tell me in a few sentences what it is that you think might not have been "morally correct". So far you have mentioned:
1) Making layoffs
2) Taking tax breaks and public money
These are not "morally [in]correct". No business is obligated not to lay off its workers. It is not immoral to take public money either, unless you corrupted the public institution to get it, otherwise this is no more morally incorrect than someone cashing a welfare check. Outsourcing is not morally incorrect, it is free market meritocracy.
So basically there is political mud you can sling, but no actual ethical or moral deficiency in the business practices he was part of. There are better ways to question Romney's morality (say the pet thing, or the bullying thing) if that is your thing, because if taking tax breaks or public money, or outsourcing is unethical there is pretty much no such thing as an ethical American (who has never taken a tax break, refund, or any other public money or who has ever bought non-American products).