Mitt Romney's False Welfare Reform Attack Ads





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Published on Aug 14, 2012

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Mitt Romney says he wants to run on the issues. But the ads he's running are false welfare reform attack ads.

Here's what the reviews are saying about these ads:

-"Politifact, gives this the rating as pants on fire, which means really really false."
-"No, absolutely no truth to it."
-"Its another misleading ad about the President's position on welfare reform."
-"The actual wording, 'under Obama's plan, you wouldn't have to work, you wouldn't have to train for a job, they'd just send you a welfare check,' that is not factually correct."

Mitt Romney says to take the campaign "out of the gutter". Mr. Romney, take your own advice.


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