Mitt Romney gets comparisons to Barack Obama all of the time.
You’ve got to believe that he doesn’t go from state to state having to answer questions about “Romneycare”, Massachusetts’ answer to health care that was the blueprint for the President’s plan or as many of you now know it as “Obamacare”.
One of his biggest critics? Texas Governor and fellow frontrunner Rick Perry who never fails to mention (or sometimes stutter) it on the national stage.
Well, now Mitt is on the offensive, this time attacking Rick Perry on his Texas policy that allows the children of illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition to Texas Universities. Check it out…
A pretty potent take on a fairly common tactic. Align your political adversaries with even more disliked adversaries. The ad’s music and layout has a Romney feel to it, high on substance low on style.
The memory of former Mexican President Vincente Fox thanking Rick Perry will stay with the voters.
Update: Bachmann joins attack against Perry: Michele Bachmann, not to be outdone by Mitt Romney has published her own video this morning. This one less formal and no mentions of Rick Perry, reiterates her stance on immigration.