05/24/2009 05:12 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

DNC Releases "100 Days Of No" Ad (VIDEO)

The Democratic National Committee released on Thursday a new advertisement called "100 Days Of No," calling out the Republican response to the first hundred days of the Obama presidency. Dubbing the GOP the "party of no," the DNC says that while the president and Congress have been hard at work attempting to solve the economic crisis, the Republicans have "openly employed the same obstructionist, just-say-no approach."

The video pairs clips of Republican leaders discussing why they voted "no" on various bills with a running count of the first hundred days since Obama's inauguration.

"As long as Republicans continue to rely on Dick Cheney, Karl Rove, and Rush Limbaugh for their inspiration, Americans can only expect more of the same recycled Republican talking points and baseless criticisms from the party of no new ideas and no new leadership," said DNC communications director Brad Woodhouse in a press release.

"In the next 100 days and beyond, we strongly encourage the Republicans to set aside their tired partisan games and work with the President to reform our health care system, make America energy independent, and lay the foundation for long-term growth in the 21st Century," Woodhouse said.