American Future Fund is gearing up to spend $2 million on ads in battleground states dealing with Obama scandals and controversies involving taxpayer dollars.
The first spot will begin airing in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio and Virginia on Wednesday and ties the president to the now bankrupt energy company Solyndra and spending by the General Services Administration, according to CNN.
"On Tax Day, did you ask yourself, how exactly does President Obama spend your tax dollars? Billions in hand outs to green energy companies like Solyndra, which went bankrupt, sending jobs overseas or were risky from the start," the narrator in the spot says. "Now, we learn that a federal agency spent nearly a million dollars on their lavish Vegas conference complete with clowns and mind readers."
"Shouldn't someone be in charge?" the narrator concludes.