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Lachlan McIntosh Quotes

«The Republicans should worry more about the lousy record they've produced over the last three years ? like record high unemployment, anemic wage growth and severely under-funded public schools.»
«I suppose we could have lied about our debt like the Republicans did. Instead, we were honest and reported it immediately.»
«I'm glad at least some members of his party are supporting his re-election.»
«This is not unusual. I think we'll have a great slate.»
«The governor puts all his efforts into misleading people about the problem instead of fixing it. Adding 100,000 jobs over three years is a drop in the bucket to what South Carolina needs to get back on the right track. South Carolina needs a new governor.»
«We have candidates for seven of the nine races. None of these candidates are sacrificial lambs. They can all win.»
«We won't know until noon.»
«In some ways, that's a good thing. It means they can spend the spring raising funds and doing thing they ought to be doing.»
«Sanford's boasting over 'the state of the economy' neglects the facts that South Carolina has the second-worst employment rate in the nation and 151,617 South Carolinians are still without jobs.»
«He pushed it, pushed it and pushed it until it was an election year and then acted like he'd never heard of it.»