Romney's New Ad 'Not Politically Correct'
Mitt Romney's new 30-second ad "Not Politically Correct" talks up his record on social issues, and starts airing in Iowa as Mike Huckabee surges ahead, and picks up support from evangelical Christians.
"When it wasn't politically correct, he stood up for life in Massachusetts. When it wasn't politically correct, he stood up for English in the classroom. When it wasn't politically correct, he said marriage should be between a man and a woman," the announcer says. "Marriage must come before children, because every child deserves a mother and a father," Romney says. The ad ends with the tag, "A Stronger America."
-- Ed O'Keefe
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