Latest Ad Makes Immigration an Issue on the GOP Campaign Trail

Immigration continues to play a prominent role in the 2012 presidential campaign, and the latest ad by the Cain campaign in Iowa looks to capitalize on his opponents’ past records and stances on immigration. The new “Rock ’em, Sock ’em Romney-Perry” ad (created by the Americans for Cain PAC) takes a look at recent debates on immigration between the two candidates while calling Cain’s position on the issue the “conservative choice.”

Mitt Romney’s campaign received a lot of attention in late September for this ad: “Thank You Governor Perry“, and now Cain looks to maintain the focus on the immigration debate as the candidates enter Iowa.

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