(CNN) - The Obama campaign released another Indiana response ad Friday to a Hillary Clinton spot that takes aim at his opposition to a gas tax holiday.
“Pennies” – his second ad on the issue - includes quotes from critics who accuse the Clinton campaign of “political pandering.”
On a Thursday conference call with reporters, Clinton senior adviser Geoff Garin said that internal polling suggested her proposal was resonating with primary voters reeling from the impact of rising gas prices.
(Full script follows after the jump)
“Pennies” :30 seconds
“Another negative ad from Hillary Clinton.
“But here’s what she's NOT saying.
“USA Today calls her three-month gas tax holiday "political pandering." It’s an election year-gimmick, saving Hoosiers just pennies a day.
“Barack Obama's plan? Take on price-gouging by oil companies. Tax their windfall profits. Invest in alternative energy. Give working families a permanent, thousand-dollar tax cut to help with rising costs.
“That's change we can believe in.
“I'm Barack Obama and I approve this message.”