Watch Sen. Clinton's new ad, "Pennsylvania."
(CNN) - Hillary Clinton’s campaign released a tough new ad Monday that features the reactions of some of her Pennsylvania supporters who say they were “insulted” by Barack Obama’s controversial recent comments about some small-town Americans.
The 30-second spot – which echoes several days of similar criticism from Clinton and her campaign - features a diverse group of voters reacting to Obama’s comments a week ago that some of the state’s residents were “bitter” and turning to guns and religion because of economic pressures.
Full script follows:
Woman 1: I was very insulted by Barack Obama.
Man 1: It just shows how out of touch Barack Obama is.
Woman 2: I'm not clinging to my faith out of frustration and bitterness. I find that my faith is very uplifting.
Man 2: The good people of Pennsylvania deserve a lot better than what Barack Obama said.
Woman 1: Hillary does understand the citizens of Pennsylvania better.
Woman 3: Hillary Clinton has been fighting for people like us her whole life.
Hillary was fighting for YOU PA, while she got rich on Whitewater!
lady with ETHICS and MORALS that the WHOLE STATE OF PA
The CLINTON FAMILY is the PERFECT example of
the IDEAL PENNSYLVANIA FAMILY VALUES !!!
GO PA!! ELECT YOUR HONEY! GIGGLE GIGGLE about NAFTA
Hillary, I am your supporter, but rethinking your capacity to lead the country. You are destroying yourself! Please take the advice. Stop attack. Go back to the issues.