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Washington (CNN) –– The Republican National Committee will begin running radio ads in parts of Pennsylvania Thursday, a day before President Obama heads to Allentown to make remarks on the economy.
The 60-second ads will run for two days, an RNC official tells CNN. The committee is expected to announce the radio ads soon.
"Earlier this year, President Obama and Arlen Specter passed a $787 billion stimulus package that has created more growth in government instead of creating jobs for Pennsylvanian families," RNC Chairman Michael Steele said in a statement that will accompany the news advisory announcing the buy. "Nearly 11 months after their big-government spending experiment, unemployment in Pennsylvania has only continued to rise. President Obama and Arlen Specter spent $787 billion in taxpayers' money, and have nothing to show for it. To make matters worse, they want a second stimulus. As President Obama and Washington bureaucrats roll into Allentown, they need to tell Pennsylvania families why the economy has gone from bad to worse under their watch."
The president is holding a jobs forum at the White House on Thursday, where he will meet with representatives from the business and financial industries as well as labor unions. Friday to president heads to Allentown, the first stop of what the Administration terms a "White House to Main Street" tour that will take Obama to cities and towns across the country.
See full script after the jump.
MALE: Did you hear President Obama is in the Lehigh Valley…..
FEMALE: Yep. It's a Stimulus Summit.
MALE: Stimulus Summit?
FEMALE: Yep. Obama's gonna have another Stimulus Plan.
MALE: Wait a minute……
FEMALE: Uh huh?
MALE: Hold on….I'm looking it up….
FEMALE: Looking up what?
MALE: Stimulus. The definition of the word stimulus.
FEMALE: And it says?
MALE: That which stimulates. As in….
FEMALE: Stimulates the economy.
MALE: Right…..but the Obama-Pelosi stimulus plan DIDN'T stimulate the economy.
FEMALE: Nope. Unemployment has actually GONE UP twenty five percent since then.
MALE: Nearly a trillion dollars…and still we're going in the wrong direction.
FEMALE: A trillion dollars here…a trillion dollars there….
MALE: Pretty soon you're talking about real money….
FEMALE: A lot of money. But half a million people in Pennsylvania still out of work….
MALE: Half a million?
FEMALE: Yep….and yet President Obama and Arlen Specter still defend a bad idea….
MALE: Hey, if you see President Obama around town…..
FEMALE: Let's tell him one stimulus plan was too many.
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