The Republican super-PAC American Crossroads is trying to flip the script on the Obama campaign's repeated attacks on Mitt Romney's private-equity past.
American Crossroads, the outside spending group affiliated with Karl Rove, released a new Web video Tuesday blasting the president for his "failed investment strategies" with public funds, most notably the now-bankrupt solar company Solyndra.
"Obama's attacking private equity, but what's his record on public equity investing?" asks a narrator in the video.
The attack ad came on the same day that the Romney campaign revived GOP criticism of Obama's green-energy programs.
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Tuesday, May 29, 2012
American Crossroads and Public Equity
The Hill reports:
Posted by Pitney at 12:52 PM
Labels: American Crossroads, economic policy, Financial Services, government, Obama, political science, Politics