By Justin Sink
The Obama campaign released its first ad pouncing on the "47 percent" comment Monday.
"Mitt Romney attacked 47 percent of Americans who pay no income tax — including veterans, elderly, the disabled," the ad's narrator says, before a clip of Romney saying his "job is not to worry about those people" plays.
"Doesn't the president have to worry about everyone?" the narrator asks.
During an interview with "60 Minutes" on Monday, Romney admitted, in reference to the remarks, that "not everything I say is elegant," but said his words were being misinterpreted.
"I want to make it very clear, I want to help a hundred percent of the American people," Romney said.