Romney For President - New Web Video: "FINE?"

ROMNEY FOR PRESIDENT RELEASES NEW WEB VIDEO, “FINE?”

 

Boston, MA – Today, Romney for President released a new web video, “Fine?.” On Friday, President Obama inexplicably said “The private sector is doing fine.” Since the president is completely out of touch, these middle class workers talked about their experiences to remind him of the realities of the Obama economy.

To View “Fine?” Please See: http://mi.tt/MtPqLF

AD FACTS: Script For “Fine?”

VIDEO TEXT: June 8, 2012

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: “The private sector is doing fine. Where we’re seeing weaknesses in our economy have to do with state and local government.”

  • ·         PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: (President Barack Obama, Press Conference, Washington, DC, 6/8/12)

VIDEO TEXT: President Obama Thinks The Private Sector Is “Doing Fine”?

WOMAN: “We’ve seen layoffs, cutbacks.”

MAN: “When it’s all said and done I’m making $200 a month.”

WOMAN: “I’ve been looking for a job for two years haven’t found any.”

MAN: “I had to file my own personal bankruptcy and had to close my business.”

WOMAN: “Here I am. No healthcare and a slashed pension.”

WOMAN: “I just lost my job recently.”

WOMAN: “I have to work part-time in order to make ends meet.”

MAN: “Sometimes I feel like I’m a failure.”

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: “The private sector is doing fine.” (President Barack Obama, Press Conference, Washington, DC, 6/8/12)

  • ·         PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: (President Barack Obama, Press Conference, Washington, DC, 6/8/12)

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: “The private sector is doing fine.” (President Barack Obama, Press Conference, Washington, DC, 6/8/12)

  • ·         PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: (President Barack Obama, Press Conference, Washington, DC, 6/8/12)

PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: “The private sector is doing fine.” (President Barack Obama, Press Conference, Washington, DC, 6/8/12)

  • ·         PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: (President Barack Obama, Press Conference, Washington, DC, 6/8/12)

VIDEO TEXT: No, Mr. President, We Are Not “Doing Fine.”