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Newt Gingrich Ad: Desperate

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Newt Gingrich Ad: Desperate

The polls in South Carolina are tightening and Mitt Romney’s attacks against Newt Gingrich are getting more desperate and more dishonest. We’ve seen this play out before. The last time Mitt Romney ran for president, he ran equally dishonest and desperate attacks against John McCain and Mike Huckabee when he fell behind in the polls.

To remind voters of Mitt Romney’s history of launching desperate and dishonest attacks against his rivals, Newt 2012 released a new web ad, “Desperate.”

The ad features clips of John McCain, Mike Huckabee and Fred Thompson remarking on Mitt Romney’s desperate attacks against them as well as his multiple positions on multiple issues.

 

Transcript:

Narrator: Why is Mitt Romney attacking Newt Gingrich? Ask John McCain.

McCain clip: “The best indicator that I am doing very well is when you’re attacked by Mitt Romney.”

Narrator: Mitt Romney has a history of false attacks and negative campaigning. Ask Mike Huckabee.

Huckabee clip: “Mitt Romney is running a very desperate and, frankly, very dishonest campaign.”

Narrator: Mitt Romney will do and say anything to become President. Anything.

Narrator: Maybe that explains all his flip flops. (Super says: “Abortion, Marriage, Taxes, Guns”)

McCain clip: “I don’t know how to respond to it because his position may change tomorrow.”

Fred Thompson clip: “You know, you’re getting to be a pretty good actor”

Narrator: Mitt Romney’s desperate attacks and flip flops. What’s the bottom line? Ask Mike Huckabee.

Huckabee Clip: “If a man’s dishonest to get a job, he’ll be dishonest on the job.”