Romney for President, Inc.

"Falls Short"

60-second radio ad run Feb. 4-5, 2008 on Rush Limbaugh.

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Female Announcer: John McCain -- he's been in Washington a long time.

Male Announcer: So let's see what others have said about his record on taxes.

The Weekly Standard's Fred Barnes said McCain had an "incoherent" tax policy.

Female Announcer: Fox News' Brit Hume said that McCain had a tax plan "closer to Al Gore's."

Male Announcer: National Review columnists said, "McCain's vote against Bush's tax cut [is] his boldest departure from Republican orthodoxy yet."

Female Announcer: Stephen Moore said of McCain, "He grandstanded against the Bush capital-gains and dividend tax cuts and even co-sponsored an amendment with Tom Daschle."

Male Announcer: So let's see what others have said about McCain's record on immigration.

Female Announcer: The Washington Times: McCain's immigration legislation is "a disaster in the making."

Male Announcer: National Review said McCain's immigration proposal amounts to amnesty. McCain is for "open-borders immigration."

Female Announcer: That's the McCain record.

Mitt Romney: I'm Mitt Romney, candidate for president, and I approved this message.

Male Announcer: Paid for by Romney for President.