(CNN) - John McCain’s campaign released its second tax ad of the week that calls Barack Obama a spendthrift celebrity who does not have to worry about a family budget.
The spot comes a day after McCain grabbed headlines for his inability to immediately recall how many homes he owns.
“Celebrities don’t have to worry about family budgets, but we sure do,” says the announcer in the 30-second spot. “We’re paying more for food and gas, making it harder to save for college, retirement.
“Obama’s solution? Higher taxes called ‘a recipe for economic disaster.’ He’s ready to raise your taxes, but not ready to lead.”
The new ad comes two days after a McCain radio spot that said “celebrities like to spend their millions. Barack Obama is no different. Only it's your money he wants to spend.”
The same day, Obama’s campaign released a spot that accused McCain of planning to give major tax breaks to oil companies, big corporations and “companies shipping jobs overseas” while giving millions of Americans “no tax relief at all.
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