Mitt Romney’s campaign released a television ad asking what it says about President Obama’s character that his super PAC released a video suggesting that Romney caused a woman to die of cancer.

“What does it say about a president’s character when his campaign tries to use the tragedy of a woman’s death for political gain?” the narrator in the Romney ad asks. The video features still shots of the Priorities USA Action ad and of campaign spokeswoman Jen Psaki claiming that she “can’t speak” to the ad during a recent appearance on CNN.

The Romney ad blurs the line between the Obama campaign and the super PAC that created the cancer video, which is an important distinction. That said, the Obama campaign appears to have inspired the super PAC video by telling same story on a campaign conference call and featuring the story on their website.

“Doesn’t America deserve better than a president who will say or do anything to stay in power?” the Romney narrator asks.