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Romney Launches New Ad: A Few of the 23 Million

By GOPUSA Staff

In his new campaign ad, Mitt Romney hits a home run, by doing something simple: he shows people as people. There are around 23 million unemployed people in America. This isn't just some number on a page or a statistic in a book. These are real people with real stories. This ad tells some of those stories.

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  1. genesalComment by genesal
    May 16, 2012 @ 11:01 am

    What I want to know. Why is Romney treating Lowbama more gingerly then he did with all of the former Republican candidates?

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    • iratdComment by iratd
      May 16, 2012 @ 11:19 pm

      He needs to treat him like a red headed, freckled faced, step child.

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  2. CliffystonesComment by Cliffystones
    May 16, 2012 @ 11:28 am

    Because Obama’s minions are ready and waiting to leap on any statement that they can twist to enrage their moronic followers. Romney needs to work smart, not hard to beat these fools at their own game. Just give them enough rope to provide their own lynching.

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    • genesalComment by genesal
      May 16, 2012 @ 4:08 pm

      Didn’t work for McCain.

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  3. JDZComment by JDZ
    May 16, 2012 @ 11:34 am

    This is a great ad and helps to educate those in our country that are currently doing OK about those that aren’t. It is easy to forget our patriotic and hardworking fellow citizens who find themselves out of work and running out of options for themselves, and, for the first time in their lives may have to resort to welfare or other government subsidy programs just to survive. This is a national disaster and embarrassment.

    What this ad should do for the American public is raise the level of the sense of urgency to get our national economic situation back on an aggressive recovery track that will create jobs for our unemployed, especially for those that want to work and provide for themselves and their families.

    It should be clear to the American public by now that the Obama administration is not going to fix our economy, and I could get into why they either cannot or will not (for self serving reasons) do what is necessary within the government and in concert with our private industries to create the environment necessary to “jump start” the economy.

    Every American should watch this ad and think about it relative to themselves and their family situation and should rise above politics and do something to help those in trouble, and one of the best things we could do is change out the government in Washington this fall and put in a new leader (Romney) who I am confident is our best choice to fix our most critical problem…which is the economy of our country.

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  4. prairelivingComment by praireliving
    May 16, 2012 @ 2:07 pm

    Very moving ad. It reminded me of how my family felt when my father was out of work many years ago (he’s retired now). I think it is great that although it doesn’t attack Obama in a “in your face” kind of way it makes it clear where the problem in our country is coming from.

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  5. genesalComment by genesal
    May 16, 2012 @ 5:56 pm

    Here’s what I think, though somebody else said it better.

    Let’s Get Ready to Rumble!
    http://townhall.com/columnists/kenconnor/2012/05/16/lets_get_ready_to_rumble

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