Super PAC backing Perry Goes Negative on Gingrich, Romney

Thursday, 22 Dec 2011 11:06 AM

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The super PAC supporting Gov. Rick Perry, R-Texas, has gone negative. The group, Make Us Great Again, has unleashed television ads in Iowa and South Carolina attacking rivals Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney, the ABC News blog The Note reported.

The 30-second spot highlights positions and controversies the two challengers for the Republican presidential nomination have been involved in over the years. Among others, it mentions Gingrich’s ethics problems while Speaker of the House and his taking consulting money from Freddie Mac, and Romney’s healthcare reform legislation while governor of Massachusetts, ABC reported.

Sources tell ABC News that the ad will be the only one Make Us Great Again will be running in Iowa and South Carolina.



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