Nothing like watching Republicans eating their own. On Fox's America Live, host Megyn Kelly first talked to Newt Gingrich Super PAC, Winning Our Future, adviser Rick Tyler about the half hour long documentary, When Mitt Romney Came to Town, now being aired heavily in South Carolina, which attacks Romney for his time at Bain Capital and his claims that he's somehow a "job creator."
Tyler defended the documentary, calling Romney a vulture capitalist, who unlike venture capitalists who come up with new services and innovations, make their money picking companies apart and raiding their pension funds.
For anyone who hasn't seen the documentary, it's available on line now, and it's pretty scathing. You can watch the entire video here -- King of Bain.
And we may have gotten rid of Pat Buchanan on MSNBC, but unfortunately we've still got his sister Bay showing up on Fox (where I suspect we'll see more of Pat as well) and Kelly followed up by bringing her on to defend Romney. When asked about Romney's time at Bain Capital, Buchanan rambled on with their usual talking points that you're just attacking the "free enterprise system" if anyone dares to say anything negative about how Romney and his rich friends conducted business there, painted what they did as a positive for the economy and called the Gingrich campaign "desperate" for the attacks.
I can't disagree that they're not, but I don't think Romney's going to come out of this unscathed. His Super PAC went after Gingrich hard in Iowa and it's payback time from Newt.