Romney's Consistent Message on Iran
As an example of Mitt Romney's consistency on an issue, his campaign is airing a new radio ad demonstrating his continuing opposition to visits by Iranian leaders to the United States.
The campaign reminds us that then-Gov. Romney opposed a 2006 visit by former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami to Harvard University, even denying him a state police escort.
Last week, Romney was the first presidential candidate to publicly oppose a proposed visit by current Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's to Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan. He's now also asking the United Nations and Columbia University to withdraw speaking invitations to the Iranian leader.
The 60-second radio ad is called "Khatami," and is airing in Iowa, South Carolina, and eventually Florida.
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