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Obama Ad Doesn't Stand Up to the Truth

Mitt Romney, Obama

Obama ad calls Romney 'the problem' with job losses to China

 

Undeterred by independent fact-checkers that have debunked the thrust of their claims, the Obama campaign is redoubling attacks on Mitt Romney as an "outsourcer" in a new TV ad airing in eight battleground states.

 

The 30-second spot — titled "The Problem" — claims Romney condoned the Chinese "taking our jobs and taking a lot of our future."

 

"He made a fortune letting it happen," the narrator says, focusing on Bain Capital outsourcing to China, a country Romney has vowed to challenge as president.

 

It's the latest in a steady drumbeat of negative attacks on Romney's record as a corporate buyout specialist, alleging he profited off of deliberately bankrupting companies and sending jobs overseas.

 

The inclusion of China in the new ad also comes as Obama tries to bolster his image as a hard-liner against China.  On Thursday, the administration lodged a new complaint against China at the World Trade Organization, challenging tariffs on U.S. auto exports.  The case coincided with Obama's campaign bus tour through auto manufacturing country of Ohio and Pennsylvania.

 

The Romney campaign called the latest ad a continuation of "desperate lies," citing reports by several independent fact-checkers that have discredited the suggestion that Romney himself had a direct role in relocating U.S. jobs overseas.

 

http://news.yahoo.com/obama-ad-calls-romney-problem-job-losses-china-211558697--abc-news-politics.html

 

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