Bil Browning

Obama hits the airwaves

Filed By Bil Browning | March 27, 2008 4:10 PM | comments

Filed in: Politics, Politics

Barack Obama's first Indiana ad will hit the airwaves tomorrow. He takes aim at employment issues in our terminally economically depressed state. While there's no direct mention of NAFTA, the shut down factories and American jobs theme comes through loud and clear.

Video and script after the jump.


I moved to Chicago to help workers whose lives were torn apart when steel plants like this one left town. For decades politicians have talked about protecting jobs, but the power of Washington lobbyists stops anything from changing. I'm Barack Obama. I'm the only candidate who doesn't take their money, and they won't run my White House. We'll fix our trade laws, end tax breaks for companies who ship jobs overseas, and give them to those who create jobs here, in America. That's why I approve this message.

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