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The music and visuals on this Mitt Romney ad reminds me of a euphemistic ad for an erectile dysfunction pill, but everyone I know who's smart about politics tells me that these issues (ironically, including the ubiquity of ads for ED pills on television) resonate with the voters:



That said, at times here I feel like Romney sounds like one of those computer-generated voices, where each word has been separately recorded and it's stitched together into a odd-sounding sentence.

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