A new ad from Priorities USA Action, the pro-Obama super PAC, and AFSCME People argues that the Mitt Romney Americans saw during Wednesday's debate was not the real Romney by contrasting the debate with Romney's '47 percent' comments, reports the Washington Post.
“Mitt Romney said a lot of things during the debate," the narrator says in the ad. "But Romney was caught saying very different things at a$50,000-a-plate fundraiser.”
The ad then flips back and forth between a still of Romney in the debate and footage of the 47 percent comments. "That's what Mitt Romney really thinks about veterans… about police officers… about seniors on social security." The ad cuts to Romney's line, "My job is not to worry about those people," after the narrator names each of these demographics.
The narrator then tells voters that Romney's tax plan raises taxes on the middle class but gives millionaires a tax break. "Behind closed doors, he's just not looking out for us," the narrator concludes.
The minute-long spot will run in some media markets in Ohio and Virginia and total ad buy is over $1 million, according to WaPo.