The script for this ad is as follows: ANNOUNCER: Is Dave Loebsack asleep on the job? The media says Loebsack fell asleep in a critical meeting about ObamaCare. Was Loebsack asleep when he voted to cut Medicare? Did Loebsack sleep walk when he voted to raise taxes on agriculture and manufacturing? The Des Moines Register ...
ANNOUNCER: When John Deere asked Congress to protect Iowa jobs, Dave Loebsack pulled against us and toed the party line. When an Iowa company faced Iowa job layoffs because of Washington policy, Dave Loebsack kept pulling the party line. When Iowa farmers needed lower energy prices, Dave Loebsack said no and pulled the party line ...
ANNOUNCER: Bruce Braley likes to gamble, with our future. Braley voted for a cap and trade energy tax that would devastate Iowa’s farm economy and raise prices on nearly everything we buy. Gas prices would skyrocket, as much as twenty-four percent. Utility rates would rise. An estimated 32,000 jobs lost. The cost to Iowa’s families? ...

About – IA-01 – Bruce Braley
| September 16th, 2012

ANNOUNCER: Think about the entrepreneur, The uncertainty of new taxes and regulations stopping them from creating jobs. About the small business owners who call the healthcare law an obstacle to hiring. Are forced to drop employee healthcare coverage. Higher taxes, lost jobs, families losing healthcare benefits. That’s what’s happening under the healthcare law. The law ...
ANNOUNCER: What does Christie Vilsack say behind closed doors? CHRISTIE VILSACK: We will stand together and win the fourth district, and then we’ll move forward with the President’s agenda. ANNOUNCER: Christie Vilsack wants your vote, so Obama can have hers. Vilsack supports keeping ObamaCare, A half trillion in higher taxes and fees, And seven hundred ...

Faces – IA-01 – Bruce Braley
| September 9th, 2012

ANNOUNCER: $716 billion. That’s how much Bruce Braley voted to slash from Medicare to pay for ObamaCare. What does it mean for us? 64,000 Iowa seniors at risk of losing part of their Medicare benefits. And Washington bureaucrats making healthcare decisions. Not  families and their doctors. $716 billion reasons to be against the new healthcare ...
ANNOUNCER: Has Leonard Boswell been in politics too long? Boswell has been a career politician since 1984. He used to protect senior citizens but now Boswell casted a decisive vote to cut $716 billion from Medicare. Boswell’s vote takes money away from current recipients of Medicare to pay for a government takeover of healthcare that ...