Restore Our Future Erases Its Past

Restore Our Future, the scorched-earth super PAC that has spent north of $35 million blowtorching Mitt Romney’s GOP presidential primary opponents, has now burned the evidence.

From Politico:

Restore Our Future cleans its YouTube channel of negative primary spots

Restore Our Future, the pro-Mitt Romney super PAC that played a crucial role in bringing Newt Gingrich’s poll numbers back down to earth with a string of negative spots in Iowa, has scrubbed its YouTube channel of all but two of its spots.

The ones that are left are a contrast spot about Romney and President Barack Obama and one about Romney helping a Bain official search for a teenaged daughter who’d disappeared in New York City.

Thanks to the hardworking staff’s tireless tracking of the GOP presidential primary, the disappeared TV spots are described here, although our videos have also been disappeared.

Regardless . . .

Campaign Outsider. Ask for us by name.

P.S. Restore Our Future is currently spending $4 million on anti-Obama advertising in swing states.

The beatdown goes on.

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3 Responses to Restore Our Future Erases Its Past

  1. Curmudgeon says:

    I’d vote for the British system of allowing campaigning only in the three weeks before the election.

    After all, anything these idiots have to say could probably be said in an hour, at best. The rest of it is just re-runs and re-makes.

  2. Hesterprynne says:

    Unbelievable, but one of the spots that made the cut involves Romney shamelessly distorting his record as Governor.

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