Romney’s First TV AD: Begin Obamacare Repeal on Day One

Politics   |   Steven Ertelt   |   May 18, 2012   |   10:30AM   |   Washington, DC

The Mitt Romney presidential campaign released its first television commercial today with the Republican candidate outlining what he would do on his first day in office, if elected president.

Should Romney defeat pro-abortion President Barack Obama, he says on day one he would begin the process of repealing Obamacare — something that will likely attract pro-life voters and the majority of Americans who are opposed to the health care law that includes abortion funding and rationing concerns.

“Mitt Romney has outlined a bold agenda to spur economic growth and create jobs. On his first day in office, he will approve the Keystone pipeline, introduce pro-growth tax reforms, and repeal Obamacare,” his campaign said.

The text of the new ad follows:

VIDEO TEXT: “What would a Romney Presidency be like?”

VOICEOVER: “What would a Romney Presidency be like?”


VOICEOVER: “Day one, President Romney immediately approves the Keystone pipeline, creating thousands of jobs that Obama blocked.”

VOICEOVER: “President Romney introduces tax cuts and reforms that reward job creators, not punish them.”

VOICEOVER: “President Romney issues order to begin replacing Obamacare with commonsense health care reform.”

VOICEOVER: “That’s what a Romney Presidency will be like.”

MITT ROMNEY: “I’m Mitt Romney and I approve this message.”