(CNN) – The battle over energy policy between Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama has ventured into the realm of online video.
A new 40-second web ad launched by the McCain camp Wednesday portrays Obama as “Dr. No,” a label McCain’s campaign debuted Tuesday to represent Obama’s opposition to many of the Arizona senator’s energy policies.
In an homage to the cinematic style associated with the opening of James Bond films, the ad uses background music reminiscent of Bond films and portrays Obama in several settings that all have graphics of the word “No” in the background. The spot also features audio of Obama discussing his positions on a number of energy policy issues.
(full script after the jump)
Script For "Dr. No"
CHYRON: Barack Obama Is Dr. No.
No To Drilling Offshore Oil.
BARACK OBAMA: Offshore drilling would not lower gas prices today.
CHYRON: No To A Gas Tax Holiday.
BARACK OBAMA: I think John McCain's proposal for a three month tax holiday is a bad idea.
CHYRON: No To Innovation. No To The Electric Car.
BARACK OBAMA: In this campaign, John McCain is offering the same old gimmicks.
CHYRON: No To Clean, Safe, Nuclear Energy.
BARACK OBAMA: I start off with the premise that nuclear energy is not optimal. I am not a nuclear energy proponent.
CHYRON: Barack Obama Truly Is The Dr. No Of Energy Security.
Paid for by John McCain 2008.