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Press Release - Romney for President Releases New Web Video: "President Obama's Measure of Progress"
April 18th, 2012

Today, Romney for President released a new web video titled "President Obama's Measure Of Progress." Four years ago at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado, then-candidate Barack Obama said that Democrats measure progress by whether people can find a job and provide for themselves and their families. In September, President Obama and the Democrats will meet for the Democratic National Convention in North Carolina, a state that has lost nearly 50,000 jobs since President Obama took office and has an unemployment rate of nearly 10%.

To View "President Obama's Measure Of Progress," Please See: http://mi.tt/INWQbH

AD FACTS: Script For "President Obama's Measure Of Progress" (Web Video)

VIDEO TEXT: "August 28, 2008 Denver, Colorado"

SENATOR BARACK OBAMA: "You see we Democrats have a very different measure of what constitutes progress in this country. We measure progress by how many people can find a job that pays the mortgage, whether you can put a little extra money away at the end of each month so you can someday watch your child receive her college diploma."

  • SENATOR BARACK OBAMA (D-IL): "You see we Democrats have a very different measure of what constitutes progress in this country. We measure progress by how many people can find a job that pays the mortgage, whether you can put a little extra money away at the end of each month so you can someday watch your child receive her college diploma." (Barack Obama, Remarks, Democratic National Convention, 8/28/08)

VIDEO TEXT: "On September 3, 2012 Barack Obama And The Democrats Will Meet In Charlotte, North Carolina"

VIDEO TEXT: "Here's What You Won't Hear At The Convention"

SENATOR BARACK OBAMA: "We measure progress by how many people can find a job that pays the mortgage."

  • SENATOR BARACK OBAMA (D-IL): "You see we Democrats have a very different measure of what constitutes progress in this country. We measure progress by how many people can find a job that pays the mortgage, whether you can put a little extra money away at the end of each month so you can someday watch your child receive her college diploma." (Barack Obama, Remarks, Democratic National Convention, 8/28/08)

VIDEO TEXT: "North Carolina Has Lost Nearly 50,000 Jobs Since President Obama Took Office"

  • Under President Obama, North Carolina Has Lost 47,800 Jobs. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics, www.bls.gov, Accessed 4/15/12)

VIDEO TEXT: "That's Over Twice The Size Of The Arena Where The Convention Will Be Held"

  • Convention Proceedings Will Take Place In Time Warner Cable Arena Which Seats 20,000 People. (Democratic National Convention Website, Accessed 4/17/12; Time Warner Cable Arena Website, Accessed 4/17/12)

VIDEO TEXT: "Unemployment Rate Is 9.9%"

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