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Thursday, May 31, 2012

 10:43 AM 

Barrett questions Walker's honesty in two new TV ads

Tom Barrett is now running two new TV ad that question Scott Walker’s honesty.

One opens with the narrator asking, “Do you believe Scott Walker?”

It shows video of the guv saying, “Our reforms are working” before the narrator asks, “What about the middle class?”

The narrator goes on to say while Walker “waged a civil war,” Wisconsin lost more jobs than any other state, Walker raised taxes on seniors, he cut education the most in state history and increased fees for college “all while giving billions in tax breaks to corporations and the super rich.”

The spot then shows the clip of Walker saying the reforms are working before the spot closes with the narrator saying, “But not for the middle class. It’s time to say no to Scott Walker.”

The second ad knocks Walker on the John Doe, showing video of Walker saying, “I’m a straight shooter” before the narrator says Walker has spent over $200,000 on criminal defense lawyers and admits his lawyers have been given all of his emails “but won’t show them to us.”

After showing Walker saying “I’m a straight shooter” again, the narrator says there have been six indictments, 15 felony charges, two guilty pleas and the “discovery of a secret, illegal email network.”

The narrator add “Scott Walker still says” before the spot cuts to the “straight shooter” video again.

“C’mon, it’s time to tell the truth,” the narrator says to conclude the spot.

-- By JR Ross

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