Romney accuses Obama of vicious lies on Bain Capital
DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN THIS ANY OF THIS VIDEO CONTENT "So shame on you, Barack Obama!" cries out the voice in the latest TV ad from the Romney campaign, airing only in Ohio. Yet the voice belongs not to presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney, but to an unlikely figure to appear in any Romney commercial: Hillary Clinton. The footage comes from the bitterly contested Democratic primary campaign of 2008, when then-Sen. Clinton -- now President Obama's loyal and steadfast secretary of state -- complained about the Illinois insurgent spending "millions of dollars perpetuating falsehoods." "But that's Barack Obama," the ad's narrator intones, before adding that the man who went on to win the presidency first attacked Clinton with "vicious lies." The ad also cites a Washington Post column from last month that denounced a particular Obama attack ad against Romney as "misleading, unfair, and untrue." Tough stuff -- and the latest attempt by the Romney campaign to demonstrate that it intends to meet head-on the barrage of attacks it has faced on the candidate's private-equity career at Bain Capital. The Obama ad denounced in the Post column was one that had suggested Romney outsourced American jobs overseas during his 15-year career at the Boston-based financial firm. Those Obama ads in turn relied on a Washington Post news article, published June 21, that reported that six companies that Bain invested in during Romney's tenure at the firm were "pioneers" in the emerging trend of <b>...</b>
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