TheHill.com - New target? Romney says he can beat Obama
Mitt Romney has his eye on the future. In New Hampshire, he told a smallish group at an Elk's Lodge
But Romney embraced Obama’s theme of change, channeled Clinton’s assertion that a record of change is important and finished by saying that he could beat Obama in the general election.
The former governor spoke of Obama’s victory in Iowa, saying “he surprised a lot of people.”
“He beat them all because he talked about change in Washington,” Romney said to about 100 voters at the Elk Lodge here.
Romney, sounding a lot like Clinton has in recent days, then said that he can beat Obama because he has a long record of producing change.
I suppose it would be helpful if Gov. Romney beat Gov. Huckabee or Sen. McCain first.
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