Romney Camp Releases “These Hands” in Response to Obama’s Attack on Small Business Owners

It’s being called the best political ad in 30 years.
The Romney Camp released “These Hands” today in response to President Obama’s Roanoke rant against small business owners.

“These Hands”

Small businesses are the lifeblood of our economy. But President Obama’s comments last week show that he just doesn’t understand who the real job creators are. How can he help small businesses when he doesn’t even recognize their value?

The Hill reported:

“The nearly two minute-long ad features the owner of a New Hampshire metal fabricating company who criticizes Obama’s comments.

“Did somebody else take out the loan on my father’s house to finance the equipment? . . . Through hard work and a little bit of luck we built this business. Why are you demonizing us for it? We are the solution, not the problem. It’s time we had someone who believes in us. . . . We need somebody who believes in America.”

“President Obama, you’re killing us out here… Why are you demonizing us for it? We are the solution, not the problem. It’s time we had somebody who believes in us, someone who believes that achievement should be rewarded, not punished.”

Democrats have argued Romney is taking Obama’s comments out of context.

Democrats are hoping that you believe Obama didn’t say that.
Good luck with that, libs.

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