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Obama campaign releases energy ad in Florida,

Here come the presidential campaign ads.

President Barack Obama's campaign announced Monday afternoon it will begin airing a commercial touting the administration's record on energy. The 30-second ad is running in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, Ohio and Virginia. Republicans responded by saying Obama has "failed to address America’s energy problems. "Instead of implementing solutions, the president is once again trying to mislead voters with a negative attack ad in an attempt to get re-elected," said Republican National Committee Spokesman Matt Connelly. Here's the ad:

 

 

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jayburd2020

Don't hate on Mitt just because he's beautiful. His energy plan just means he's even more of an oily beau-hunk. I'm thinking those who criticize him as being in bed with Big Oil are just jealous. Who wouldn't want to be in bed with the "Big Morm"? Along these same lines, here's a funny new YouTube video that easily could be titled: "How I learned to stop hating -- and start loving -- Mitt Romney." (And if you enjoy the video, don't thank me. Thank that magnificent Mormon muse and share the mirth.) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M4FPtfkiOg

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