Romney Campaign Releases Ad Highlights Bill Clinton’s Fairy Tale Dig at Obama

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Romney Campaign Releases Ad Highlights Bill Clinton’s Fairy Tale Dig at Obama. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

ROMNEY CAMPAIGN DESPERATE:  Mitt Romney and his campaign are in a tailspin. How else can you explain their latest campaign ad, featuring Bill Clinton, who obliterated both he and Paul Ryan during his speech at the Democratic Convention Wednesday night? The Romney campaign ad praises Clinton saying he’s a “good soldier, helping his party’s president.” But then highlights what Clinton said of Obama in 2008: “Give me a break. This whole thing is the biggest fairy tale I’ve ever seen.” I’m sorry has former president George W. Bush or Dick Cheney showed up to campaign for Mitt Romney? Oh wait, they can’t because the bottom of the economic bucket fell out under their watch.

Um, Mitt Romney candidacy is the biggest fairy tale the Republican Party has ever seen, considering he was never their first choice as a presidential nominee. You see, Mitt Romney is once again taking Bill Clinton’s words out of context, but isn’t that what the Romney campaign is synonymous with? Lying and twisting the truth? They should be worried about how they plan on responding to the obliteration they suffered from Bill Clinton, Michelle Obama, Elizabeth Warren, Deval Patrick, former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland and all the other speakers at the DNC so far this week.

Nice try Romney, blacks still won’t run from Obama to you nor will dredging up that ‘fairy tale’ comment net you a bounce in the polls. If anything, it shows how desperate the Romney campaign is.

 Romney Campaign Releases Ad Highlights Bill Clintons Fairy Tale Dig at Obama
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  • Mr. Whoreton

    This “story” is a joke. I hope this nonsense isn’t supposed to pass for mainstream journalism.