WASHINGTON (CNN) - The Democratic National Committee released a new Web video Thursday criticizing Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Arizona, for saying in a statement Monday that he wants to "cancel the rest of the stimulus spending."
The video accused the three-term Republican senator of being "just another member of the 'Party of No.'" It features a number of projects in Arizona funded by President Obama's $787 billion stimulus package.
Earlier in the day, the Republican National Committee released its own Web video blasting Obama for the stimulus package.
Full script after the jump
VO: After eight years of being a yes man for George Bush's disastrous economic policies, it's no surprise Senator Jon Kyl wants to cancel the recovery act funding that's creating jobs across Arizona.
ON-SCREEN: Picture of Kyl and Bush together
VO: But what does Jon Kyl have his heart set on canceling?
ON-SCREEN: Picture of Kyl looking shifty
VO: Is it the 24 construction projects across the state, creating thousands of jobs.
ON-SCREEN TEXT: 24 Construction Projects; 6,000+ Jobs
VO: Maybe it's more than $50 million for Arizona's energy plan, helping to create over 1,500 jobs.
ON-SCREEN TEXT: $50+ Million; 1,500 Jobs
VO: Could it be the funding for Luke Air Force Base
ON-SCREEN TEXT: $3 Million; Air Force Base
VO: Or maybe it's the childcare program for working parents that can only keep operating thanks to the recovery act?
ON-SCREEN TEXT: Care for Arizona's Children
VO: Governor Brewer praised these projects, so which ones does Jon Kyl want to cancel?
ON-SCREEN TEXT: Which Ones Does Kyl Want To Cancel?
VO: Jon Kyl. He's just another member of the party of No
ON-SCREEN: Jon Kyl "Party of No"
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