Romney responded to a question about the influence of big banks on Washington policy at a town hall meeting in Milford, New Hampshire, by addressing the protests that have spread nationwide over the past month.
"All the streets are connected. Wall Street is connected to Main Street," Romney said, adding that protesters are seeking "scapegoats to attack."
"Don't attack a whole class of Americans, whether they're rich or poor, white or black. This isn't the time for divisiveness."
Comment: Would you consider that an "answer" to the question? It sounds more like doublespeak to this Editor.
A day before Republican candidates debate their solutions to the weak U.S. economy at Dartmouth College, Romney continued to attack President Barack Obama's handling of it.
Romney, a grandfather of 16, drew on a popular children's book series to describe Obama's job creation record.