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Radio ads by Obama backers call Mitt Romney 'devastating' for Florida Hispanics

SEIU and Priorities USA, the Super PAC helping Barack Obama, are spending six figures on a Hispanic radio ad airing in Tampa and Orlando attackig Mitt Romney. The translated script:

Mitt Romney has no shame. He shows one face to the Hispanic community and another completely different one to everyoneelse. 

 On the one hand, he launches acommercial here in Florida targeted to Hispanic voters to try and convince usthat he shares our values.

 But in another state he boasts abouthaving the endorsement of Kris Kobach, a leader in the anti-Hispanic movementand author of many anti-immigrant laws like Arizona’s SB 1070 that unfairlyattack our families and spread fear and uncertainty in our communities.

Romney says he cares about ourchildren, but he has promised to veto the DREAM Act that would open the doorsof opportunity for young Hispanics.

 His Spanish-language ads say Romney“believes in us”, but his deeds speak for themselves.

 Let’s not be fooled.  He might have two faces, but we know all toowell who the true Mitt Romney is.

 Paid for by SEIU-COPE. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.

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