more at link: http://www.newswithviews.com/Emord/jonathan228.htmWhile Gingrich in New Hampshire first raised the argument that while at Bain Capital Romney was possessed of extreme greed and self-interest, profiting at the expense of the working poor, Ron Paul reacted immediately to the charge as one would expect him to, rejecting it as an attack on capitalism itself and explaining that Gingrich’s allegations raised questions about Gingrich’s faith in the free market system. Upon the very first word of the attack, Ron Paul refused to pile on and explained the nature of equity firms in a market economy. Paul will neither bend principle nor the truth to win votes. He stands on the merits of his clear advocacy of limited government and free enterprise. If the American people come to appreciate his principles and vote for him, he welcomes them, and if they reject his principles, he will not bend one iota to satisfy their demands. In short, Paul is a man of unparalleled integrity. He outshines every other candidate in his consistent defense of the Constitution and in his honest representation of his position. If he is the last man left in America to champion the principles of the Founding Fathers and of a free market economy, he will continue to do so, because he loves his country more than himself and cannot be bribed, coerced, or cajoled into sacrificing those principles.
Gingrich, by contrast, is a partisan who has chosen the low road over the high.