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Home Stretch: Romney's Massive Ad Advantage Over the Final Five Days

nodeamass Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 9:16 PM
No matter who wins, " The war on unions will continue. The Republicans are explicitly anti-union, while the Democrats are pro-union in words, but anti-union in practice. Obama’s much touted Race to the Top national education policy directly targets the heart of the teacher’s unions — the most powerful union in the country — by attacking seniority rights and restricting wages and benefits. Also, Democratic and Republican governors on a state by state basis aim to either carve giant concessions from public employees, or take away their rights as unionists altogether "

We'll get to the larger picture in a moment, I was wondering if and how Team Romney would respond to the president's "big" new idea: Creating a new federal "Secretary of Business" to help spur job creation.  Aside from sending out a short initial statement ridiculing the concept, the Romney campaign's response has been relatively muted.  Until now.  Check out their fresh television ad, which makes the important point that Obama's solution to everything involves more government control, more bureaucracy and more spending:
 


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