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Is President Obama “Spiking the Football” With bin Laden Campaign Ad? [VIDEO]
President Obama is pulling out all the stops in his re-election campaign, bringing former President Bill Clinton out on the campaign trail and highlighting the killing of Usama bin Laden.
FOX News Radio’s Rich Johnson reports from Washington:
The advertising offensive is well underway.
(Campaign Ad) “There was the victory no one saw coming…”
That’s a campaign video for President Obama, marking the killing of Usama bin Laden a year ago. Another Obama ad reminds us that, in 2007, Mitt Romney said it’s not worth spending billions to find the al-Qaeda leader. On NBC, Romney adviser Ed Gillespie said that’s unfair.
(Gillespie) “I can’t envision, having served in the White House, any President – having been told, ‘We have him, he’s here. Should be go in?’ – saying ‘No, we shouldn’t.’”
President Obama is also getting former President Clinton’s help, the two appearing at fundraisers last night outside D.C.
In Washington, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.
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