President Obama Hits Mitt Romney in the Pockets with New Ad (Video)

The campaign trail is getting ready to heat up!  There have been attacks on both camps and, to be honest, none really more damaging than the other. But no one can call the President a pacifist this time around.  He’s hitting back and keeping it on voters’ minds that Romney is out of touch.

Once again, the Obama team exhibits the economic plan that Mitt Romney plans for the country…the one that keeps money in his pocket.  The ad shows how Romney outsourced jobs to Mexico and China, yet wants to talk about how the president is costing the country money every day with his mismanagement of the country by not increasing job growth fast enough.

But it’s clear from President Obama’s ad that Mitt Romney has plans to keep making money for himself and his one percent buddies if he’s allowed to make it into office.  There is no possible way with his history in a major political office that he has even a  basic understanding of what the country’s needs are when he is guilty of getting rid of jobs that he claims the president is slow to implement when he worked for Massachusetts as governor.  He even claims the president owes him an apology for putting his business in the street:

Obama met Romney’s plea for an apology for the attacks with a mocking ad that charged that the firm shipped American jobs to China and Mexico, that Romney has personal wealth in investments in Switzerland, Bermuda and the Cayman Islands, and that as Massachusetts governor, he sent state jobs to India.

(And you know he has cousins in Mexico he needed to hook up.)  Check it out for yourself.

-J.C. Brooks

4 thoughts on “President Obama Hits Mitt Romney in the Pockets with New Ad (Video)”

  1. This is one of the best political ads I’ve seen in a long time. Funny and very effective.

  2. I know that Barack Obama is too refined a gentleman for it, but if it ever came down to a fist fight between these two..my money is on our President! ;)

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