Most Democrats think the Obama campaign's attacks on Mitt Romney's record at Bain Capital are working pretty well. But Ed Rendell is worried his side isn't playing fair.
"It’s a great ad in the making," the former Pennsylvania governor said on msnbc's NOW with Alex Wagner. "But on the other hand, I think Carol also made a very good point about all this attack may be hurting the president’s brand a little bit, too."
Citing a recent Boston Globe report, Obama campaign communications aide Stephanie Cutter charged this week that Romney was either misrepresenting his position at Bain to the Securities and Exchange Commission, "which is a felony," or misrepresenting to the American people.
This isn't the first time Rendell, a Democrat, has wrung his hands over attacks on Romney's business record. Back in May, he called an earlier round of Bain ads "very disappointing," echoing comments by Newark mayor Cory Booker.