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-- this country needs it Steve -- knows it very well the former office steepening of CEO of course they keep running profit -- a company that of course benefited.
-- early on from Bain Capital private capital funding.
And and the fact that Mitt Romney was able to see a diamond in the rough.
And then of course there's this success is legendary sense presents are very good to have you with us -- -- don't.
Great to see -- -- What is your sense of what Mitt Romney asked to do to make stories like doors to make stories about your company.
I universal and translated -- to everybody that whatever you -- -- -- you.
He could do for America because that's where up a lot of folks are good tunes as to whether he has the ability to do that would -- Well Mitt Romney remember -- at Bain Capital want Staples which was a competitor but really launched the industry and and I think what what he has done -- has he's created jobs over time and he's also fixed.
Companies and fix problems and I think.
You know when you look at politicians today.
They are either ideologically laughter ideologically right.
And I think you know some people look at Mitt Romney and they say well he's not ideological well he's not because he comes from the business world.
In in the business world you'll practically -- key issues.
And you evaluate what the alternatives are and then you recommend you implement solutions and so -- come at things more pragmatically not driven by ideology.
And you know as I look at at the undecideds in this election the middle of Bob the people 10% that are supposedly undecided at this point.
They are the people who are more pragmatic and who want truth -- -- true analysis put into these problems and don't want the ideologies so.
I think the campaign starts after Labor Day it always does.
And I think that's when people start looking in focusing in the undecideds in particular will start saying who are these guys.
And where to -- fit in all this and I think they'll see a different side and that Romney at that point.
But I remembered for our conversational -- wrap this up quickly citi's said that piece.
Even you acknowledge that maybe early in the primary process the governor had a tough time making that point.
How did you paraphrase to dissuade that debt.
Whenever I I rest I rest my money private capital money this president is risking your money.
Billions of taxpayer money.
And and which dramatically different results.
But he's on think that's right.
Not all that's right into but look you know I think the definition is insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results right self.
We've had four years of keynesian -- and stimulus and all this current policies so either.
The Obama administration.
Needs to pivot at this point in his second administration and do something different or America needs to -- it.
And moved to a different an illustration one way or the other in the in the lack of a -- would simply be insane when that.
Indeed very good point Steve thank you very much -- supplies are saying it -- to see in the.