Latest Romney Super PAC ad features would-be spurned Obama supporter

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The new ad will begin airing in Florida for a total buy of $2.3 million starting on Wednesday. It's the second in a $25 million issue advocacy initiative in Florida as well as in the battleground states of Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

Meanwhile, Bill Burton, the leader of the biggest Obama Super PAC, Priorities USA, tweets "Teaser on our new spot: unlike Rove, we didn't have to use actors to tell the real story of Mitt Romney's record."

The latest ad from the Karl Rove backed Crossroads GPS Super PAC supporting Mitt Romney is an unusual one compared to most other campaign ads, featuring an actress playing a 2008 Obama supporter who goes back in time to think about when her kids used to come home after playing, and because of the continuing economic doldrums, those same kids - now adults — are back living at home.

It's called "Basketball."

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