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Obama Goes After Republicans in Michigan

President Obama "is highlighting his support for the federal assistance plan that helped rescue Detroit automakers in a new television commercial that accuses Republican presidential candidates of abandoning the industry in its darkest hour," the New York Times reports. The 30-second commercial also mentions Mitt Romney's now well-known opinion article that carried the headline "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt.
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