Lindsey Graham: It's Still Romney's Race to Lose

Sunday, 23 Sep 2012 02:29 PM

By Amy Woods

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Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said Mitt Romney is well-positioned for a win in November because President Barack Obama has failed to deliver.

“Quite frankly, I like our positioning,” Graham said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

He said the attacks from Democrats continue to involve issues that aren’t going to dissuade voters from supporting Romney.

“We’ve talked about Mitt Romney’s tax return,” he said. “We’ve talked about the tape of his speech at a campaign fundraiser. We’ve talked about his dog being in top of the car.
But…they’re not talking about what they’ve done.”

Graham described such issues as “political fodder.”

“Bottom line, it’s not going to be about the speech that he gave at a campaign fundraiser, and, quite frankly, it’s not going to be about a 14-year-old comment that President

Obama made about redistribution,” he said, “It’s going to be about you, your family. This is not a sound economy, and this is why Mitt Romney’s going to win the race.”

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