New NRCC TV Ad: Apparently Money Can Buy McNerney’s Love

February 16, 2012

New NRCC TV Ad: Apparently Money Can Buy McNerney’s Love
McNerney Happy to Waste Taxpayer Money in Order to Receive Donor Checks

Washington — The National Republican Congressional Committee announced the release of a new television ad hitting Jerry McNerney on his support of President Obama’s Stimulus debacle that dumped half a billion taxpayer dollars on Solyndra, the failed solar company. After taxpayer money went to now-bankrupt Solyndra, Jerry McNerney’s campaign benefitted from its biggest investor. Jerry McNerney helped his career, and taxpayers now have to foot the bill.

“The fact that Jerry McNerney chose to support a financially unstable company like Solyndra while receiving contributions from the company’s billionaire investor says a lot about where he stands when it comes to protecting taxpayer dollars,” said NRCC Communications Director Paul Lindsay. “Not only did Solyndra’s employees lose their jobs while McNerney enriched his campaign coffers, but California taxpayers saw their hard-earned money swept away on another big-government gamble.”

The script for this ad is as follows:

ANNOUNCER: They say money can’t buy you love…

But don’t tell Jerry McNerney.

McNerney backed Obama’s plan feeding half a billion to Solyndra…the solar company that was heading for bankruptcy.

And Solyndra’s big investor? …also a big investor in McNerney’s campaign.

The same investor who raised big money for President Obama.

McNerney. Obama. Solyndra.

Apparently, money can buy you love.

DISCLAIMER: The National Republican Congressional Committee is responsible for the content of this advertising.