Rick Santorum’s decision to suspend his campaign yesterday has all but ended the Republican race, and both parties are now kicking into high-gear for the general election.
But Chicago isn’t going to make it easy for Romney to forget his knock-down, drag-out battle for the GOP nomination.
The Obama campaign is out with a new video today that mashes up several remarks Romney made during the primary that could be potentially damaging to the Republican candidate in a general election.
The two-minute web spot starts with Romney’s “corporations are people” comment, and features a number of other classic Romneyisms, including “I like being able to fire people,” “let Detroit go bankrupt,” and “I was a severely conservative Governor.” The video also highlights Romney’s positions on abortion, Planned Parenthood, immigration, the housing crisis, and the war in Iraq.
It ends with the tagline: “”Romney: A severely conservative nominee. Remember that.”
Check out the video below.
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