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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

 10:48 AM 

New Barrett TV ad calls Walker a 'rock star'

Tom Barrett’s campaign has started running a new TV ad today that charges Gov. Scott Walker is “all about Scott Walker.”

The spot opens with a guitar playing as the narrator says “Scott Walker. He thinks he’s a rock star” and then follows with video of Walker saying “rock star.”

The narrator says Walker has been traveling week after week across the country, cuts in with Walker saying “rock star” and then calls him a Tea Party super star “who’s raised tens of millions of dollars from out of state right-wing donors” and while he’s played gigs in Phoenix, Texas and “everywhere,” Wisconsin lost more jobs than any other state.

The screen shows cities scrolling by for the “Scott Walker Divide & Conquer Tour” and the spot then shows Walker thanking a crowd to which he addressed and saying “It’s been a great night.”

“He’s all about Scot Walker and not looking out for us,” the narrator says to close the ad.

The ad was captured for WisPolitics.com by CMAG, which tracks political ads that run on broadcast TV. It first ran Tuesday night in the Milwaukee market, according to the tracking.

-- By JR Ross

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