Mitt Romney, reeling from leaked footage from a fundraiser at which he derides low-income Americans, this morning released two ads emphasizing his support for the coal industry.

As we’ve mentioned before, Romney’s affection for coal is a relatively recent development. But Big Coal is not a fan of the president, so Romney’s doing what he can to stoke the fires.

Here, via the Washington Post, is one of the spots.

The spot is called “War on Coal,” in a nice little bit of subtlety. Oh, but wait. Did you see this shot?

That was filmed at Romney’s August rally in Beallsville, Ohio. Compare it to the image at the top of this Toledo Blade story about the rally, for example, or any of these from a Google image search.

The Beallsville rally, you may remember, is the one at which miners were told that attendance was mandatory — and they were docked a day’s pay for the privilege of showing up.