1. "Fresh off his narrow win in Iowa, Romney was making his first campaign appearance ahead of the New Hampshire primary on Jan. 10 when the questioner who said he was from both the Occupy New Hampshire and Occupy Boston protest groups against economic inequality raised his hand and asked a question about corporate greed. 2. Now, lets get the facts, Romney said, before explaining that corporate dividends dont just go to the 1 percent shareholders, but also people who have pensions. 3. When the business has profit it can do good things. Give it to the shareholders and grow the enterprise and, and by the way, the only way it can hire people is if it grows the enterprise. 4. Romney said that if the protesters could come up with a better idea than free enterprise he was willing to listen. 5.Its marvelous, the vision of the founders, he said. If you can come up with one thats better that what was brought forward by John Adams and George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, Im all ears, but until then I am in favor of the one that was presented by the founders of this country. 6. When the questioner interrupted Romney at one point to argue that the United States had the highest inequality in the developed world, Romney said the income per person in America was about 50 percent more than in Europe. 7. [Our system] might be far from perfect, and it is, but its just a lot better than anything else that the world has ever seen. So in my view the right thing for us to do is to find ways to improve the system that we have rather than trying to pretend like theres something better out there, Romney said." Romney quizzed by Occupy protesters at N.H. town hall meeting | Tales from the Trail Pretty good answer.