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below, from the Romney campaign...


Boston, MA - Romney for President today released a new radio advertisement in South Carolina titled "Free Enterprise." President Obama's National Labor Relations Board tried to play politics with jobs in South Carolina. Mitt Romney will adopt policies based on what is good for the economy, not based on politics.

To Listen To "Free Enterprise," Please See:

Ad Facts: Script For "Free Enterprise" (Radio:60)

VOICEOVER: "When President Obama's NLRB tried to shut down a new Boeing aircraft plant in South Carolina, Governor Nikki Haley called it a 'direct assault on everything we know America to be' and Mitt Romney agrees."

ยท Governor Nikki Haley: "This is a direct assault on everything we know America to be. I will stand with any governor who is dealing with this issue." (Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Op-Ed, "NLRB's Boeing Suit Could Send U.S. Jobs Overseas," The Washington Examiner, 5/12/11)

MITT ROMNEY: "You're seeing a president adopt policies which affect our economy based not upon what's right for the American worker but instead what's right for their politics."

ROMNEY: "The National Labor Relations Board, now stacked with union stooges selected by the President, says to a free enterprise like Boeing, 'You can't build a factory in South Carolina because South Carolina is a Right to Work state.' That is simply un-American. It is political payback of the worst kind."

ROMNEY: "It is wrong for America and it is something that will stop under my administration."

VOICEOVER: "Mitt Romney's conservative plan ends union favoritism, caps spending, balances the budget, and will make America the strongest nation on earth."

VOICEOVER: "Mitt Romney: Because it's time we start believing in America again."

ROMNEY: "I'm Mitt Romney, I'm running for President, and I approve this message."


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