Romney’s “47 Percent” Makes It Into A SuperPAC Ad

Priorities USA, the pro-Obama SuperPAC run by former Obama aide Bill Burton, is already out with an ad hitting Mitt Romeny for his “47 percent” comments:

Priorities USA Action released a spot Wednesday morning juxtaposing what Mr. Romney said at a private fund-raiser at an elegant Florida home and a middle-class family’s struggles behind the closed doors of their modest suburban house (with a mother washing her baby in the kitchen sink.)

The group says the advertisement will roll into its current rotation already running in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin

Here’s the ad:

I’m sure I’ll see it on the television here in Virginia shortly.

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Comments

  1. Moosebreath says:

    “former Obama Bill Burton”

    I’m pretty sure a word is missing here. Otherwise, if Obama can create new identities at will, how can any of us stand a chance against him?

  2. @Moosebreath:

    Heh. Yes. that was an error

  3. jukeboxgrad says:

    They’re using the earlier fuzzy version. They should probably switch to the newer unfuzzy version.

  4. PJ says:

    @jukeboxgrad:

    They’re using the earlier fuzzy version. They should probably switch to the newer unfuzzy version.

    I’d say that the fuzzy look makes it look like Romney is really hiding his real views.

  5. ernieyeball says:

    What, if anything, does it say about the importance of race in politics in the USA that here we have a campaign ad supporting the reelection of our first black President and there is not a black face in the production?
    These characters are as white as Casper the Ghost.