(The Hill) GOP nominee Mitt Romney began his final weekend campaign blitz in New Hampshire Saturday morning, ripping President Obama for telling supporters that "voting is the best revenge."
"Vote for revenge? Let me tell you: Vote for love of country," Romney said to cheers.
Obama made the remark at a Friday rally after supporters booed Romney. "No, no, no. Don't boo. Vote," Obama told a crowd in Springfield, Ohio. "Voting is the best revenge."
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The GOP nominee jumped on the comment later that day, and his campaign released an ad attacking the president for it Saturday morning.