Campaign 2010

Sep 25, 2012

DCCC Releases Ad Criticizing Matt Doheny for Saying Ryan Plan Doesn’t Go Far Enough

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is launching its first Independent Expenditure campaign TV ad in NY-21, slamming millionaire Matt Doheny for saying that the Paul Ryan budget plan doesn’t go far enough. The plan that Doheny thinks doesn’t go far enough will end Medicare and increase seniors’ health care costs by $6,400 per year and give millionaires like Matt Doheny massive new tax breaks.  The DCCC ad begins airing today.

Too Far


Script of DCCC IE AD “Too Far”:

News Report:             “Paul Ryan”

News Report:             “Ryan’s Plan”

News Report:             “tax cuts for the wealthy”

News Report:             “turns Medicare into a voucher system.”

News Report:             “seniors would have to pay thousands more out of their own pocket."

Voiceover: But Matt Doheny? He said the Ryan plan doesn’t go far enough.

It’s not far enough to charge seniors an extra sixty four hundred dollars...

...So Doheny can hand more tax breaks to millionaires like himself?

Matt Doheny for Congress? That’s too far.

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