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Newt goes there: Reminds voters Mitt put family dog on roof of car

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      Matt K. Lewis

      Matt K. Lewis is a senior contributor to The Daily Caller, and a contributing editor for The Week. He is a respected commentator on politics and cultural issues, and has been cited by major publications such as The Washington Post and The New York Times. Matt is from Myersville, MD and currently resides in Alexandria, VA. Follow Matt K. Lewis on Twitter <a>@mattklewis</a>.

Newt Gingrich is out swinging with a new web ad dubbed, “For The Dogs.” The soon-to-be released ad highlights some of Romney’s most humorous verbal gaffes — an obvious attempt to poke holes in the notion of Mitt Romney’s electability.

It features clips of some of Romney’s not-so-greatest moments, including greatest hits like:

“I like being able to fire people…”

“Corporations are people.”

“I’m running for president for pete’s sake, I can’t have illegals.”

“10,000 bet?”

“Small varmints, if you will.”

And who could forget classics like …

“This is a completely air-tight kennel, mounted on the top of our car…it was where he was comfortable.”

“Who let the dogs out?”

… The ad’s ultimate message? “Imagine what Obama would do with a candidate like this.”