Obama Camp Hits McCain On "Sleazy" Robocalls In Robocall Of Its Own

The Obama campaign is planning to deploy a robocall in Wisconsin tomorrow that features a former McCain supporter who says she switched allegiances to Obama because McCain is "running a dishonorable campaign," Talking Points Memo reports.

The supporter says she has received "sleazy phone calls and mail from John McCain and his supporters viciously -- and falsely -- attacking Barack Obama."

The script:

Hi, this is Jeri Watermolen, calling for the Campaign for Change. I live in Green Bay and, like you, I've been getting sleazy phone calls and mail from John McCain and his supporters viciously -- and falsely -- attacking Barack Obama. I used to support John McCain because he honorably served our country -- but this year he's running a dishonorable campaign. We know McCain will continue many of Bush's policies, and now he's using George Bush's divisive tactics. In fact, he hired the Bush strategists whose attacks even McCain once called hateful.

Barack Obama will turn the page on these negative politics and stand up for the middle class. That's the change we need, and it's why I have changed my mind about John McCain. Join me in voting for Barack Obama. Paid for the Campaign for Change, a project of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, 608-255-5172, and authorized by Obama for America.

Listen to the call here.