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Sorry large candidate could pull lose it continues right Ellis Island repair -- he is down in the great state of South Carolina already.
-- -- -- -- -- Good morning well last night not your best night in New Hampshire of major candidate she came in last now looking ahead to.
And you didn't really spend a lot of time in New Hampshire you've moved on to South Carolina.
What's your strategy there could you need something.
Well our message of limited government of of prudent fiscal conservative social conservative.
-- play very well in South Carolina we knew in New Hampshire was going to be kind of a longshot at best that's one of the reasons we.
Sidestepped a bit.
-- citizens of South Carolina not only are they very patriotic.
Being a veteran obviously.
Plays well here and having been the commander in chief of 20000 plus forces and -- taxes over the last eleven years and the state that's created more jobs than any other -- that the country and also a governor who's been pushing back in fighting Washington DC when you look at South Carolina.
And realize that this administration is attacking them.
On their immigration law on the voter ID law and -- this Boeing issue worthy NLRB came in and tried to.
Stop Boeing from coming -- to right to work state south Carolinians understand that they are under siege by the federal government.
And are looking for someone that understands that and the -- free up -- states to be laboratories of innovation and to compete against each other.
And I'm the one person on that stage it actually not only been through it.
But understands the concept of having that type of the environment in the states in this country.
So governor wanted to -- a tactic seems to be that you're gonna go at it really hard against governor Mitt Romney.
With regard to his time at Bain Capital -- you're calling him a vulture capitalist.
What what who made the decision in your camp was that you personally.
To go after him in this way.
Actually when I went through Gaffney South Carolina back when we first -- the campaign off and then it became.
With it later information that Gaffney was the home of one of these companies that Bain Capital had gone -- And and basically pick the flesh off of the of the carcass if you will.
And and a 150 people lost their jobs and down in Georgetown South Carolina the same thing happened.
Listen I have made -- -- is much of a captain listened and then have a record to prove it by creating.
-- helping create over a million jobs in the state of Texas but there's a real difference between.
And vulture capitalism and that's what we're talking about here and the fact is that did miss gonna have to.
He's gonna have to defend this -- -- and better in January than in September if he happens to be our nominee to explain.
Exactly why you wanted to take twenty million dollars out of that company and basically release all of these people to be unemployed.
Or 65 million and management fees down in that steel -- in Georgetown.
And hundreds of people lost their pensions lost their insurance and were unemployed.
What America's about here's another isn't about right 300 -- -- now this right elegy governor here governor Romney a short time ago on our show about you listen.
These attacks from.
The speaker and from Rick Perry I you know I expect that come on what people find their campaigns are having some difficulty they look for new course.
I don't think it worked I think the evidence from from New Hampshire last night where the speaker and and and Rick Perry were both in single digits.
Suggests this kind of attack on free enterprise is simply not.
Gaining traction for them.
And that is echoed by people like Rush Limbaugh who say they you really don't at a place -- Republicans usually shouldn't go.
Well I disagree it had because I do understand what venture capitalism -- matter of fact my -- probably one of the places that you see.
More success with that -- anywhere but where -- we do need to go is talk about.
And individual like governor Romney and Bain Capital.
Who -- -- what I consider to be some pretty harsh tactics from the standpoint of you know I don't believe that capitalism is -- -- a buck under.
Any circumstances look what happened between Washington DC and Wall Street over the last few years seven point seven trillion dollars -- transferred from our federal.
Accounts into Wall Street.
That's why Americans are upset -- tea the Tea Party.
Individual in South Carolina.
They're not interested in all these stories about people making.
Tens of millions of dollars on the back of work and people.
And that's not Democrat or Republican -- that's an American story.
And Mitt may try to defend that is being OK but I will say the people of South Carolina don't think that that those tax us for pro so when it doesn't work -- a vulture and when it does work it's adventure.
Well it's an absolute -- that the issue is venture capital is about creating jobs.
And and this vulture capitalism is about you know make -- money regardless of whether people lose their jobs or not.
There isn't there's a middle ground there that of which I would suggest that people need to be focused on clay had a debris that we're seeing Ottawa.
Hopefully hopefully it will come out in the next debate because met -- claims that he created more than a 100000 jobs during his time that being.
And the other question might be whether or not those South Carolina companies would have gone under on their own.
Had he not come -- but maybe that will come up in a debate Rick -- great to talk as you well and we'll see how you thank you very much I guess Jason thank you good luck.
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