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Chief Washington correspondent James Rosen takes a look at the picture -- the governor Romney would like to give back all the money he's -- from bankrupting companies and laying off employees.
Over his years of -- That I would be glad to -- listen to them.
We need to have more -- capitalism going on in America and less vulture capitalist.
Mitt Romney's fifteen year tenure as CEO of Bain Capital as both the chief selling point for him.
And for the moment the Bane of his existence headquartered in Boston's John Hancock building Bain Capital employs 900 people worldwide.
It's venture capital -- invest in promising startups we started staples in fact published reports show Bane gave staples less than 10% of its seed money to -- -- manages some sixty billion in assets reflecting venture capital and private equity investments in more than 450 companies.
Private equity means buying control of an existing business and trying to enhance its profitability.
Well I never heard.
Coming into a company.
-- -- Destroying it and firing -- employees and making money you really can't survive in private equity without a positive reputation.
And I would say Bain Capital has one of the best reputations.
We're -- absentee ballots that unity.
When he first ran for public office -- Senator Ted Kennedy in 1994.
Romney claimed to have helped create between ten and 171000.
Even the Boston Globe which endorsed Kennedy that year agreed saying quote.
The review of Romney's business dealings offers support albeit with some qualifications.
For the cornerstone of his campaign his role in the creation of more than 101000 jobs we helped create over a 100000 new jobs.
That figure -- all jobs added by companies that like staples flourished under Romney's tenure at Bain.
And to all the jobs they vetted in the thirteen years since Romney left being.
A nationwide Fox News poll shows that voters by a margin of 54 to 30% regarded venture capital background.
As applause for a presidential candidate not a minus seven in ten Republicans felt that way only 38% of Democrats agree.
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