Newt Ad Hits Romney on Abortion

Wednesday, 11 Jan 2012 08:15 AM

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Atlanta, Ga. - Newt 2012 released a new ad today documenting Governor Romney's pro-abortion record as Governor of Massachusetts, despite his claim that he had changed his position from pro-choice to pro-life.

The ad, titled "Changed?" began airing throughout South Carolina Tuesday, and will remind voters that Mitt Romney is a man of politics not principles, and despite his efforts to label himself a conservative, he is a Massachusetts moderate who cannot be trusted.

The audio portion of the ad reads as follows:

"What happened after Massachusetts moderate Mitt Romney changed his position from pro-abortion to pro-life?" a female narrator asks as a picture of an unhappy-looking Romney fills the screen and spooky music plays. "He governed pro-abortion."

"Romney appointed a pro-abortion judge, expanded access to abortion pills, put Planned Parenthood on a state medical board but failed to put a pro-life group on the same board. And Romney signed government-mandated health care with taxpayer-funded abortions. Massachusetts moderate Mitt Romney: He can't be trusted."

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