Gingrich Ad: Romney, Obama Share Too Many Positions

Friday, 03 Feb 2012 05:57 PM

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Newt Gingrich's new Web ad says Mitt Romney shares many positions with President Barack Obama, and quotes liberal fundraiser George Soros as saying "if it's between Obama and Romney, there's isn't all that much difference," The Hill reports.

The ad introduces Soros as the "ultra-liberal financial supporter of liberal groups like moveon.org" who "would sacrifice his entire fortune to defeat President Bush, 'if someone guaranteed it.' "

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Then, The Hill reports, after the ad presents the quote of Soros saying that "there isn't all that much difference" between Romney and Obama, the narrator asks, "Is he correct?"

From there, clips shows Romney and Obama seemingly agreeing with one another on hot-button issues including abortion rights, gun rights and healthcare reform flashes across the screen.

"We can’t afford two George Soros-approved candidates this fall. We need a candidate who will fight for hardworking taxpayers," the narrator concludes. "We need a candidate who left wing billionaires like George Soros fear, because they will fundamentally change Washington."





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