https://twitter.com/#!/marcambinder/statuses/201987110385881089

In the new ad, airing in five battleground states, a steelworker describes his employer’s takeover by Romney’s firm Bain Capital:

It was like a vampire. They came in and sucked the life out of us.

National Review campaign correspondent Jim Geraghty points out the biggest flaw in the president’s attack:

https://twitter.com/#!/ByronYork/statuses/201998726783442945

https://twitter.com/#!/ByronYork/statuses/201998760186880002

And here’s another good tidbit from the Washington Examiner’s David Freddoso:

https://twitter.com/#!/freddoso/statuses/202013193692917761

But that won’t stop Obama supporters from taking to Twitter to highlight the campaign’s arguments:

https://twitter.com/#!/Josh_OFA/status/201992474573537282

https://twitter.com/#!/libertee107/status/201980415299424256

https://twitter.com/#!/KatinCumming/status/201990762886471680

https://twitter.com/#!/jca19566/status/201988015617355776

Ah, yes. All caps, the time-tested method of getting a message across. The “Morning Joe” team was not impressed by the ad:

https://twitter.com/#!/WILLIDOK/status/201994464393306112

Expect #RomneyEconomics to be a popular liberal hashtag today as progressive foot soldiers pick up their marching orders from Team Obama.

But also expect pushback from the right side of the Twitterverse. These hashtags launched by the Democrats never go according to plan, do they?