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He drove to attack Mitt Romney's business background trying to portray him as an enemy a small business.
And business owners.
Nurses and programmers.
People who bust their tails every day.
And not one -- -- not whine.
-- is their money in the Cayman Islands to avoid paying their fair.
-- -- about well Mitt Romney helped make this a gas company a huge success.
You know time Stamberg he's the founder and former CEO of staples governing.
-- now employs 90000.
And he also spoke to the RNC Tom you heard the way -- -- described as a business person here in Charlotte was the guy you know.
Mitt Romney is a terrific human being who were before they go there -- -- -- President Obama is a great speech maker.
You know he's got certainly got a future as a motivational -- here -- TV minister.
And he's gonna need a new job because Mitt Romney is going to be our next president of the -- I know.
Is very different than -- Elizabeth Warren would portray and that.
-- is a compassionate person that you heard at the Republican Convention.
The kind of work he did in his free time with his own money to try to help others this is a tremendously compassionate human being.
When he was involved with staples it was not about the numbers it was all about the people.
Hiring the right people motivating them.
A game to do the right things just they did at the Olympics I just they -- governor of Massachusetts.
Antonio doesn't -- and outsource or of right and and they talk about him all night being in.
Outsource -- jobs stables is American company those are American jobs.
First of all that's entirely true the vast majority of staples almost 90000 associates work in North America.
When you have a woman like Elizabeth Warren we're here in the land of the mohawks and the masses -- -- and here's this fake Cherokee.
Taking on -- running.
And the fact of the matter is that he -- to read the Boston Herald to learn these things.
She claims she took on this job and -- to protect the little guy and that the -- the foreclosed homes.
The Boston -- -- reported that her family.
Always twenty homes they've bought -- foreclosure where people displaced.
Mean and that's the kind of two faced this you see down there at Charlotte and these people -- without any remorse whatsoever.
Such as -- get pumped up little insulted by the way is portrayed Tom how much -- stick around because when we come back we wanna get your reaction to the unemployment figures.
They got to be release and about two minutes and they could impact districts like no other number.
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