October 16, 2012 at 11:26 am
The conservative super-PAC American Crossroads on Tuesday launched a new ad in Florida and seven other swing states attacking President Obama’s economic policies.
The spot features a woman at her kitchen table reacting to an Obama campaign ad, where the president talks about sitting down with voters at the kitchen table. “Mr. President, here’s what I want to know: where are the jobs you promised? The trillions you spent – where did it all go? What’s there to show for all of that new debt? And if we’re in a recovery, why are we making less?”
“My family can’t afford another four years like this,” she concludes.
The group is spending $3 million of their $11 million-buy to run the ad in the Sunshine State this week. The ad will air on network TV stations and cable, with additional advertising on stations airing Big 10 and SEC college football games.
American Crossroads and Crossroads GPS, an affiliated political advocacy organization, have become the largest outside advertisers for Romney, spending an estimated $70 million since April attacking Obama.
“President Obama’s weak leadership has created a weak economy and a weaker America, and it’s time to turn this ship around,” American Crossroads president and CEO Steven Law said in a statement announcing the ad.