By Henry Decker

AFSCME Slams Romney On Auto Bailout [Video]

February 27, 2012 3:54 pm Category: Memo Pad, Politics 1 Comment A+ / A-

One of the largest labor unions in the country is going on the offensive against Mitt Romney, airing an ad in Ohio that slams the former Massachusetts governor for his opposition to the auto bailout.

The new ad by the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees attacks Romney for abandoning auto workers, but supporting a bailout for banks.

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AFSCME Slams Romney On Auto Bailout [Video] Reviewed by on . One of the largest labor unions in the country is going on the offensive against Mitt Romney, airing an ad in Ohio that slams the former Massachusetts governor One of the largest labor unions in the country is going on the offensive against Mitt Romney, airing an ad in Ohio that slams the former Massachusetts governor Rating:

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  • davida

    The man will do anything to suck someone to vote for him. Wearing jeans, going Nascar, joining the NRA, claiming to be a hunter and all kind of other stupid things. He lies about the health plan in Massachusetts that he brought there and people call him governor but in realty he was governor for one year and the next three he was running for president. I voted for him in Ma.but will not vote for him for president.

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