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Winning Our Future Ad: Questionable

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Winning Our Future Ad: Questionable

The ad slams Romney for “Fuzzy Math” in his depiction of how many jobs were created while he headed Bain.

“Romney’s accounting is flawed,” an ominous voice intones to the audience. “Romney’s objective was never a focus on creating jobs.”

The voice goes onto announce that a Romney “took $12 million dollars, then laid off hundreds” in South Carolina, and cites a report by Reuters on January 6, 2012 as a source for the information. The article in question focuses on a steel mill, GS Technologies, that consisted of two steel producers – one in Kansas and the other in South Carolina – that merged under the oversight of Bain in 1995.