Something called a plan.
In the first ad, a positive 30-second spot, Romney speaks interview-style about a few of the proposals he claims will help bolster earning for middle income Americans and ultimately create 12 million new jobs before the end of a potential first term.
"My plan is to help the middle class," Romney says in the ad. "Trade has to work for America. That means crack down on cheaters like China. That means open up new markets."
The China argument extends from a Romney campaign theme last week, when the GOP candidate hammered Obama for not taking measures to label China a currency manipulator, a designation that would allow the U.S. to more directly confront China over actions that have cheapened their exports, among other consequences. Some critics warn that labeling China a currency manipulator could risk triggering a trade war...
...The second ad Monday uses a similar format the Romney campaign used last week in a television advertisement slamming Obama for his trade policies with China. Instead of Romney himself, a narrator spells out in dire tones facts about the nation's economy since Obama took office.
Watch his two new ads, AFTER THE JUMP...