New Round Of Obama Attack Ads To Hit The Airwaves
WASHINGTON (CBSMiami/AP) – Get ready to see even more ads attacking President Barack Obama paid for by a group which supports Governor Mitt Romney and his run for the Oval Office.
The Republican Jewish Coalition plans to spend $2.5 million in cable television ads in Florida and several other battleground states including Ohio and Pennsylvania.
The new ads will debut following a strong debate performance Tuesday by Mitt Romney:
One of the group’s new ads features Home Depot founder Bernie Marcus. He says the Obama administration lacks people with business experience and they “just don’t have a clue” how to improve the nation’s economy.
The Republican Jewish Coalition has financial backing from casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, the top individual political donor of the 2012 cycle.
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