Mitt Romney, Family Man

Gingrich likely won't take the bait on this, even as the media widely speculates/assumes that Boston made this ad emphasizing the duration of Romney's marriage to implicitly contrast his life with Newt's. There are a lot of ways to chip away at Gingrich's overall lead, and/but this line could at least hurt Newt's already extant gender gap.

Bay Stater turns his CNBC debate answer on his marriage and commitment to faith into Iowa and New Hampshire TV spot.

Watch the ad above.

SCRIPT: “I think people understand that I’m a man of steadiness and constancy. I don’t think you’re going to find somebody who has more of those attributes than I do. I’ve been married to the same woman for 25 – excuse me, I’ll get in trouble – for 42 years. I’ve been in the same church my entire life. I worked at one company, Bain, for 25 years. And I left that to go off and help save the Olympic Games. If I’m President of the United States, I will be true to my family, to my faith, and to our country, and I will never apologize for the United States of America. I’m Mitt Romney, and I approve this message.”

Gingrich likely won't take the bait on this, even as the media widely speculates/assumes that Boston made this ad emphasizing the duration of Romney's marriage to implicitly contrast his life with Newt's. There are a lot of ways to chip away at Gingrich's overall lead, and/but this line could at least hurt Newt's already extant gender gap.
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