Florida Democratic Senator Bill Nelson may not yet know who will be his Republican rival in the general election - either Congressman Connie Mack or former interim U.S. Sen. George LeMieux - but the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is making it clear they do not want Nelson to return Washington.
The Chamber folks feel the same way about Democrats Lois Frankel and Alan Grayson, both in congressional races, who get their own ads. It's all part of a Chamber television ad campaign that begins today in Florida and a handful of other states.
Nelson is portrayed as the "deciding vote" for Obamacare which will "be a nightmare for Florida seniors."
Former Orlando Congressman Grayson is described as "reckless" and his "die quickly, Republicans want you to die quickly" quote is used in the ad.
Frankel, who is taking her second shot at a congressional seat, is accused in her ad of pushing for a more extreme version of Obamacare. She supposedly wants government bureaucrats instead of your doctor taking care of your health needs.
Judge the ads for yourself.