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Thursday, September 18, 2014

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New Walker TV ad says Burke supports Obamacare 'unequivocally'

Gov. Scott Walker is out with a new TV ad this morning that seeks to tie Dem rival Mary Burke to President Obama’s health care plan, saying she supports it “unequivocally.”

It's one of two new ads Walker released today.

The health care spot opens with the narrator saying it’s been called “the lie of the year” before a clip is shown of Obama saying, “If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan.”

With flames superimposed over the image, the ad then shows Burke saying “It doesn’t mean that the government is going to tell you which doctors to go to or which plan to have.”

The announcer says millions have lost their doctors and plans, but Burke still supports Obamacare unequivocally and wants to expand it.

“Wisconsin can’t afford Madison liberal Mary Burke,” the announcer says as a picture of Burke and former Gov. Jim Doyle is shown.

The spot closes with video of Obama saying, “Period, end of story.”







The other spot features Walker saying the average family will save an extra $322 to spend thanks to his reforms and he asks, “What are you going to do with your savings?”

The spot then shows people saying they’re going to buy more clothes and school supplies, 96 gallons of gas, take a trip to see the grandkids, get new tires and more than 2,700 diapers.

“My opponent criticizes the Wisconsin comeback,” Walker says to close the spot. “She wants to undo our reforms and keep your money in Madison. I want you to keep it.”

-- By JR Ross




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