AOL.COM - GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Thursday said that he disapproves of a Republican super PAC's plan to link President Barack Obama to Rev. Jeremiah Wright's inflammatory comments, a tactic that had been used by some in 2008, but rejected by then-presidential candidate John McCain.
"I want to make it very clear: I repudiate that effort," Romney told reporters in Florida, repeating a claim that he made in an earlier interview. "I think it's the wrong course for a PAC or a campaign."
But Romney also alleged that the Obama campaign was leading the charge with negative attacks.
"Having a campaign focused on character assassination is one thing I find offensive among many others," he said. click here to read more