Monday, August 4, 2008

Obama Camp releases New Energy for America Ad

Today, Aug. 4 is Barack Obama's birthday. He's 47 years old.

Barack is expected to attend a big fundraiser in downtown Boston as part of his birthday celebration. Cost per couple is reported at $28,500.

The Illinois senator has many connections in Boston from his time at Harvard Law School. He is also good friends with Gov. Deval Patrick, a former Chicago resident.

The campaign released a new television ad today focused on Obama new energy plan. From

Obama Campaign Releases TV Ad on Obama's New Energy for America Plan

by Laurin Manning, Monday, August 04, 2008 at 07:26 AM
Obama Campaign Releases TV Ad on Obama's New Energy for America Plan

30-Second Spot Highlights Senator Obama's Plan to Offset the Costs of Rising Energy and Addresses Oil Industry Contributions to John McCain's Campaign.

CHICAGO - As Barack Obama announces his New Energy for America Plan today, the Obama campaign unveiled a new ad, one that illustrates the clear choice in this election between an approach that keeps us sending billions to oil companies and foreign governments and one that gives middle class families a $1,000 rebate funded by a windfall profits tax on the oil companies. Pocket highlights that for far too long, we've had an energy policy that has worked for the oil companies. Barack Obama believes it's time we had an energy policy that works for the American people.

Today Senator Obama is outlining his New Energy for America plan in a speech in Lansing, Michigan. Obama's plan will provide an immediate energy rebate to Americans struggling with high gas prices, create five million new green jobs, and eliminate our need for Middle Eastern oil in 10 years.

Watch the ad below:

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