09/14/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Obama's New Olympics Ad Takes Middle Class Focus

The Obama campaign unveiled a new TV ad Thursday that will run during the Olympics.

The spot, titled "Three Bedroom Ranch," pushes a positive economic message much like the Olympic buy the Obama camp has been running up to this point. This one, unlike the last, puts emphasis on reorganizing tax-policy priorities (lowering middle class taxes, ending tax breaks for corporations taking jobs oversees) as opposed to energy.

Here is the script: "It begins with a plan, a plan to build a plan to put hardworking Americans first. Barack Obama. He will put the middle class ahead of corporate interests to grow the economy; end tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas; help business that create jobs here, invest in education, cut taxes for working families, and make energy independence a national priority."

The ad, according to the campaign, will air on national cable and broadcast in all 50 states beginning Monday.