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During a prime-time slot, run a video package that starts with this quote from Romney's convention speech:

You know there's something wrong with the kind of job he's done as president when the best feeling you had was the day you voted for him.
Then cut to the following...

A gay soldier: "The best feeling I had was when President Obama signed the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell."

A Detroit auto worker: "The best feeling I had was when President Obama saved the American auto industry."

A business woman: "The best feeling I had was when President Obama signed the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act into law."

A military wife (baby in arms) with her husband in uniform: "When President Obama ended the war in Iraq."

A military husband with his wife in uniform: "When he brought my wife home from Iraq."

A college student: "When he made it easier to pay for my student loans."

A middle-aged woman: "The best feeling I had was when President Obama's health care law allowed me to receive free preventive care."

Parents with a sick child: "When President Obama made sure my daughter won't be denied health care because of a pre-existing condition."

A gay couple: "When he supported our right to get married."

A group of New York firefighters: "When President Obama gave the order that brought Osama Bin Laden to justice."

A couple at the kitchen table doing the bills: "When he stopped the credit card companies from preying on me."

An Hispanic student: "When he gave me a pathway to citizenship."

An elderly couple: "The best feeling I had was when President Obama closed the doughnut hole and put money back into my pocket."

And finally, somebody (pick your demographic): "The best feeling is knowing I have a president who cares about the problems of people like me."

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