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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

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Restore Our Future puts $1.3 million behind pair of new TV ads in Wisconsin

The pro-Mitt Romney super PAC Restore Our Future announced today it is putting $1.3 million behind a pair of new TV ads in Wisconsin as part of a $17.7 million buy in 10 states.

One spot features a man identified as retired Sgt. Peter Damon, who says he volunteered to go to Iraq in 2003 and was left a double amputee after an accident. He says he met Romney during his stay at Walter Reed and “He took a personal interest in one soldier's story and he wanted to know how he could help.”

The narrator says Romney worked with a charity to build homes for severely injured veterans.

“The Mitt Romney I know cares deeply about people who are struggling,” Damon says. “Mitt Romney helped make a huge difference in my life.”

In the second spot, the narrator says over the last four years high unemployment has become normal, “crushing debt and credit downgrades” acceptable and falling incomes typical.

“But these things are not inevitable,” the narrator says.

The narrator adds America cannot go forward by “settling for the status quo. We need to make a change.”

“Barack Obama's economy isn't working,” the narrator says to close the spot. “Demand better.”

-- By JR Ross





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