As the GOP primary calendar inches closer and closer to Super Tuesday, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) has unveiled a new ad slamming the credentials of his Republican rivals.
'Three Of A Kind' takes aim at Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney, casting each as a candidate working under the vision of "more big government, more mandates, less freedom." The AP reports that the ad is running in Washington state, ahead of Saturday evening's caucuses.
Paul labels Gingrich as a "serial hypocrite" -- citing his involvement with Freddie Mac and support for an individual mandate on health care. He calls Santorum a "counterfeit conservative" -- blasting his role in increased Washington spending. Rounding out the trio of attacks is the charge that Romney is a "flip-flopper who's been on all sides."
That slew of criticisms leads Paul to explain what separates him from the rest of the GOP pack. He describes himself as a "pro-life, pro-liberty" candidate, guided by "faith and principle." The veteran Texas congressman currently sits in last place with 19 delegates.
WATCH the ad below:
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