Second Auto Company Denounces Romney Ad

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Executives at Jeep/Chrysler and GM have tried to clarify information they called misleading in Mitt Romney ads airing in Ohio.(Photo: Flickr/Jeep/Chrysler/GM)
Executives at Jeep/Chrysler and GM have tried to clarify information they called misleading in Mitt Romney ads airing in Ohio.(Photo: Flickr/Jeep/Chrysler/GM)

Earlier this week, the company that makes Jeeps criticized a Mitt Romney campaign ad, airing in Ohio, as misleading. Now, a SECOND automaker is saying the same thing about another Romney ad. The arguments are over new auto jobs and where they’re being created.

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  • Deb

    I have just one question and I am curious as to why it hasn’t been asked: If the Romney campaign truly believes that cars being made for the China market need to be manufactured here in the US, is he willing to relinquish the foreign automakers’ jobs that are here in the US to serve the US market (like Honda in Marysville and Mitsubishi in Bloomington, IL)?