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In an exclusive interview outside a Manchester polling place, Ron Paul lashed out at fellow Republicans for making unfair and ignorant attacks on Mitt Romney's business record. "I think they're wrong. I think they're totally misunderstanding the way the market works," Paul told me. "They are either just demagoguing or they don't have the vaguest idea how the market works"...."I think they're way overboard on saying that he wants to fire people, he doesn't care, Paul said. "You save companies, you save jobs when you reorganize companies that are going to go bankrupt. And they don't understand that." link
Ron Paul is informed and understands, other Republican candidates aren't and don't. They are demagogues, Paul and Romney are not. According to Paul, when Romney said ‘I like being able to fire people who provide services to me’, he didn't mean it.
Ron Paul breaks new ground on the mission of Bain Capital. No one, except Paul, has claimed Romney and Bain Capital had a practice of 'saving companies' from bankruptcy. If that was the objective though, they didn't do a very good job, as the WSJ reports 22% of Bain takeovers led to bankruptcy, while the global average for LBO bankruptcies over that period was 5-8%. As the same WSJ article points out, putting money into Mitt Romney's pockets, and saving companies, were not coupled or affiliated outcomes. Companies went bankrupt and Bain made a killing on them. Bain Capital made most of it's millions on 10 companies, 4 of which went into bankruptcy after Bain worked their free enterprise magic. For Ron Paul, that aspect of 'how the market works' is apparently as unknown, or as guarded a secret as a Mitt Romney tax return.