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Romney Introduces ‘A Few More of the 23 Million’

Mitt Romney’s campaign is unveiling a web video, “A Few More of the 23 Million,” spotlighting a few more individuals who are unemployed, under-employed, or struggling because of the economic decisions of the Obama administration.

The ad spotlights non-union Delphi employees were given less favorable benefits than union employees during the auto bailout and GM restructuring. They hit Vice President Biden for his recent comment that non-union employees “did fine” under the deal; clearly, these employees don’t agree.

At the rate of spotlighting five struggling Americans in each video, Romney’s campaign only has material for roughly 4.6 million more web videos.

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