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Obama Singing Mocked By Mitt Romney Campaign [UPDATED]

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UPDATE 7/19: The video is now back on YouTube, reports Politico.

UPDATE: The video has been pulled from YouTube due to a copyright claim by BMG Rights Management.

EARLIER: Two days after the Obama campaign released a brutal television ad mocking Mitt Romney singing "America The Beautiful," the Romney campaign responded with a web video mocking his singing of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together."

It appears to be an attempt to change the subject from the debate over when Mitt Romney left Bain Capital and his responsibility for investments made during 1999 to 2002. The video juxtaposes Obama crooning "I'm so in love with you" with headlines about Obama rewarding lobbyists and campaign donors, similar to Obama's ad showing Romney's singing contrasted with headlines about Romney's offshore financial holdings and Bain's outsourcing. Watch it here:

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