The Mitt Romney campaign released a new television ad Sunday using the words of pundits and journalists to knock President Barack Obama for running negative ads.
“[W]hen the president was elected, he talked about hope and change," CBS's Bob Schieffer says in the first clip. "Whatever happened to hope and change? Now it seems he’s just coming right out of the box with these old-fashioned, negative ads."
David Brooks of The New York Times and Mark Halperin of TIME appear in the ad in clips from tv appearances, also talking about the Obama campaign's advertising.
The Romney ad comes a day after the Obama campaign released a video attacking Romney's record at Bain Capital, set to the tune of the candidate singing "America the Beautiful."
Watch Romney's new ad:
Romney Ad: Obama Attacks Success
Romney Ad: 'Obama Can't Run On That Record'
Romney Ad: 'Shame On You'
Romney Ad: Promises to Voters in North Carolina
Romney Ad: Standing Up to China
Romney Ad: 'We Are Not Doing Fine'
Romney Ad Looks at Obama's 2008 Promises
Romney Ad For Iowa: Goal Is a Balanced Budget