It's about which side you are on, Bill. It's about who your friends are.
You don't want to see Romney attacked for being an investing member of the .1%, because you yourself, and some of your bestest buddies are investing members of the .1%
"The key locution in this fandango: "And you and I have friends here who invest in companies.""
and boo hoo hoo, they should not be attacked, even though, as you yourself said,
"you can invest in a company, run up the debt, loot it, sell all the assets, and force all the people to lose their retirement and fire them."
So, even if Romney, and some of your "friends here" fired and looted and stole the pensions of some workers, well we don't want to attack them for it.
It's too bad that you cannot talk to some member of the media and say "you and I have friends here who have been fired and had their pensions stolen."
But no, Bill, once again, no matter how much a slick politician might talk about how he feels the pain of ordinary people, the real truth is, in the words of Bender "you don't know any of my friends, you don't look at any of my friends, and you certainly would not condescend to speak to any of my friends."
Well, if somebody fires you, and steals your pension, or that of one of your friends, it might be a very logical thing to hate such a person, but it doesn't have to be a hateful thing to want to see a thief held accountable, if not in the courts, at least in the voting booth.