Romney Tells Maine Crowd Washington Spending Out of Control
(PORTLAND, Maine) -- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, appearing at a campaign rally in Portland, Maine, says Washington spending is out of control.
"We can't keep on borrowing more than we take in," Romney told a crowd of supporters Friday. "It's killing our kids' future and it's immoral, and so I'm going to cut the spending in Washington. I will cap how much government spends and I will finally balance our budget."
Romney, who is in Maine for the Saturday caucuses, deflected criticism about his overseas investments.
At a town-hall style meeting, one member of the crowd remarked: "Patriotic of you to stash your money away in the Cayman Islands?"
To which Romney replied, "It's ok. It's a good question. Come on. I gotta take some shots now and then or it won't be interesting."
Romney, who is coming off a trio of losses in Missouri, Minnesota and Colorado, is looking to prevent Maine-hopeful Ron Paul from his first win.
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