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Wednesday, October 10, 2012

 10:13 AM 

New DCCC ad hits Duffy on tax issues; 'struggling' comment

A new ad from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee accuses GOP Rep. Sean Duffy of trying to shift a tax increase onto the middle class and giving tax breaks to millionaires.

The 30-second TV ad, titled "Worried," begins by showing a family exiting their home as a moving banner reading "$1,400 tax increase" hovers over them.

"Congressman Duffy's not very worried about these folks," the narrator says. "Duffy voted for a radical budget that shifts the tax burden onto the middle class."

The ad goes on to claim that Duffy voted for a budget that "shifts the tax burden onto the middle class" and gives a $265,000 tax break to millionaires. The ad then plays the clip of Duffy saying, "I've got one paycheck, so I struggle to meet my bills" as a banner noting Duffy's $174,000 salary hangs over his head.

"Mostly ... Duffy's worried about himself," the narrator says.




-- By Jason Smathers


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