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Romney tries to pivot with push on Obama redistribution comment

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Justin Sink
The Hill
September 19, 2012

Mitt Romney’s campaign looked to pivot Tuesday from his controversial “47 percent” comment by highlighting new audio that shows President Obama saying in 1998 that he “believe[s] in redistribution.”

The Republican presidential candidate, appearing on Fox News, defended his comments during which he said “47 percent” of voters are “dependent on the government” by saying he was drawing a contrast between his own economic vision and that of the president’s.

“Frankly we have two different views about America,” Romney said. “The president’s view is one of a larger government. There is a tape that came out where is the president is saying he likes redistribution. I disagree. I think a society based upon a government centered nation where government plays a larger role and redistributes money, [that's the] wrong course for America.”

Romney was referencing a YouTube video linked prominently on the influential website the Drudge Report. It’s from a 1998 conference at Loyola University. In the clip, Barack Obama, who was an Illinois state senator the time, discusses fighting against anti-government sentiment through government reforms, and says that he believes in the idea of redistribution.

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