Boston goes up with new 60-second New Hampshire radio ad, borrowing from the Bay Stater’s stump speech hitting President Obama.
Romney: “Well Mr. President, you’ve had your moment. We have seen the results. And now, Mr. President, this is our time.”
Read the script below.
MITT ROMNEY: “Four years ago, Barack Obama gave a speech and like most of his campaign speeches, it was long on promises.”
BARACK OBAMA: “Make sure that this is an America that works for all people. You are not willing to settle.”
MITT ROMNEY: “He said he would repair the nation and repair the world. And then across the nation, he went on and promised that he would put Americans back to work. And then he closed his speech with these words:”
BARACK OBAMA: “This is our moment. This is our time.”
MITT ROMNEY: “Well Mr. President, you’ve had your moment. We have seen the results. And now, Mr. President, this is our time. This election is about more than just replacing a president. It is an election to save the soul of America. It is time for this pessimistic president to step aside and let American optimism that built this greatest nation on earth, build a greater future for our children. If you believe the disappointments of the past few years are a detour, not a destiny, then I’m asking for your vote.”