Jonathan Paton releases new ad: “Words”

| October 17 2012

Kirkpatrick said she wouldn’t second-guess the president, and her record reflects it

Jonathan Paton released a new ad today that holds Ann Kirkpatrick accountable for supporting ObamaCare, while showering her staff and campaign aides with more than $100,000 in taxpayer-funded bonuses.

“Ann Kirkpatrick voted for ObamaCare and rubber-stamped the failed policies coming out of Washington that have hurt our economy, stifled job creation and added to our debt,” said Jonathan Paton. “It’s important that our next representative serves as a check-and-balance on the executive branch, no matter if the president is Republican or Democrat.”

It was also revealed by the Arizona Republic that after being voted out of office in 2010, Kirkpatrick spent more than $100,000 on bonuses to her staff in her final 48 hours in office. She even brought campaign aides onto her official staff and used taxpayer dollars to reward them.

Script as follows:

I’m Jonathan Paton and I approve this message.
Ann Kirkpatrick…
“…I completely support what the President did with the Affordable Care Act”
We know…
Kirkpatrick voted for ObamaCare…
…cutting Medicare by $716 billion
…empowering 15 unelected bureaucrats to deny seniors care
While Kirkpatrick showered her staff and campaign aides with “more than $100,000” in taxpayer-funded bonuses.
Ann Kirkpatrick:
“I’m not going to second-guess the president…”
Yeah, we know.

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