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60-second ad run in IA and SC starting Sept. 24, 2007 and later in the week in FL.

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Male Announcer:  On the eve of the fifth anniversary of 9/11, Harvard University invited former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami to Boston.  The same Mohammad Khatami who has supported the terrorist group Hezbollah, advocates destruction of Israel and stood by while Jews and Christians were persecuted.

The Iranian wanted VIP treatment at taxpayer expense.  But Governor Mitt Romney said, "No."  Governor Romney called the invitation a "disgrace" and refused to grant Khatami a police escort. 

Now another Iranian President is visiting America, coming to New York, and Governor Mitt Romney is leading the opposition.

Romney:  We should be tightening our sanctions against Iran, not welcoming him to the world stage and I've called on the Secretary-General of the United Nations to withdraw that invitation.  What we should be doing is indicting Ahmadinejad under the Genocide Convention. 

Announcer:  As Governor Mitt Romney did what was right, not what was politically correct.  As President, he'll do the same.  Mitt Romney.

Romney:  I'm Mitt Romney and I approved this message. 

Announcer:  Paid for by Romney for President.