You won’t catch Ron Paul playing with an Etch A Sketch

Chris Moody

After an adviser for Mitt Romney delivered a now-famous line about resetting the campaign "like an Etch A Sketch," Romney's opponents took to the toy as a way to mock the Republican presidential frontrunner. But not Ron Paul.

In a new Web ad, the Paul campaign knocked fellow Republican candidates and the media for spending so much time focusing on the line from Romney's aide instead of discussing issues like the debt and the unemployment rate.

"$15 trillion in debt. 12 million Americans unemployed. A country at war," the text of the ad reads after showing images of the candidates holding up red Etch A Sketches at their campaign rallies. "Tired of the games?"

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