For a party that loves to lie all day long and has no problems with negative campaigning, they sure do know how to clutch the pearls and play the victim card when the table is turned on them. Lindsey Graham doesn't know whether Harry Reid is lying any more than he knows whether Romney paid any income tax or not. Gee, it's too bad there's not some way to clear that up.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Sunday accused Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) for his repeated statements over the last week that Mitt Romney has not paid taxes for 10 years.
“I actually like Harry. But what he did on the floor of the Senate is so out of bounds. I think he’s lying about his statement – knowing something about Romney’s [taxes],” he said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I think he’s created an issue here. I think he’s making things up at a time when the country is just about to fall apart.”
“And I just can’t let that pass. I just cannot believe that the majority leader of the United States Senate would take the floor twice, make accusations that are absolutely unfounded in my view, and quite frankly making things up to divert the campaign away from the real issues.”
The "real issues," or in other words, what we want to talk about, and not those pesky tax returns of Mittens.