During an interview on Bill Bennett's Morning in America Thursday, Mitt Romney responded to an Obama Super PAC ad that essentially holds him responsible for the death of a man's wife. The ad has been discredited by every fact checker who has analyzed it and CNN ripped former White House Press Secretary Bill Burton for defending the ad, which his Super PAC Priorities USA produced.
"I don't know what happened to a campaign of hope and change. I thought he was a new kind of politician," Romney said.
The Obama campaign has refused to condemn the Priorities USA ad. In fact, President Obama was at a campaign event this week calling Republican Super PACs "crazy" while ignoring the outrageous claims of the PACs supporting him.
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