Obama's first 2012 ad goes negative 

If you were hoping that President Obama's reelection campaign was going to be a positive one that focused on his accomplishments and record, sorry, its not.

Obama's SuperPac, Priorities USA Action, is up with their first presidential ad and ostensibly its a hit job on Mitt Romney. Although the real target is House Budget Committee Paul Ryan. Oh, and it uses Newt Gingrich's Meet the Press attack on Ryan.

Transcript:

Newt Gingrich says the Republican plan that would essentially end Medicare is too radical.

Gov. Haley thinks the plan is courageous and Gingrich shouldn't be cutting conservatives off at the knees.

Mitt Romney says he is on the same page as Paul Ryan, who wrote the plan to essentially end Medicare. But with Mitt Romney you have to wonder ... which page is he on today?

Funny how the ad hits Romney for flip-flopping without even citing a single flip-flop.

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