Mitt Romney 2012 first TV ad hits President Obama on US economy (Video)

By on Nov 22, 2011 in International, Politics, United States Comments

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney released on Monday, November 21, 2011 his first TV ad for his bid in the 2012 presidential election, as shown in the video below.



Mitt Romney 2012 first TV ad
Image Credit: MittRomney/YouTube

As noted at US news sites that day, the Mitt Romney 2012 ad video is being set to be shown in New Hampshire this Tuesday, and apparently hitting US President Barack Obama on economy.

According to reports, the 64-year old Republican presidential aspirant, who was endorsed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie last month after announcing that he will not run, spent $134,000 for TV spots scheduled to run through the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

At the start of the 60-second Mitt Romney 2012 video titled “Believe in America“, President Obama as a democratic nominee was shown on his 2008 speech in New Hampshire and talked about the US economy.

“I am confident that we can steer ourselves out of this crisis,” Mr. Obama said, but a statement that reads “He failed” was flashed across the screen, hitting him for allegedly not solving the economic problem of the country.

“We need a rescue plan for the middle class. We need to provide relief for homeowners.” Obama can be heard saying, and Mitt Romney was shown later speaking against the economic plan of the president.

“I’m going to do something to government. I call it the smaller, simpler, smarter approach to government. I’m going to get rid of Obamacare.” Romney can be heard saying, adding it is killing jobs for Americans.

“It’s high time to bring those principles of fiscal responsibility to Washington, D.C.Romney said on the last part, who was interviewed by Sean Hannity of Fox News, shown on Monday night, and explained the ad.


Believe in America
Video Credit: MittRomney/YouTube



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