Like a really bad webisode of "The Office," Barack Obama's camp is up with another fact-checking video in which two staffers, sitting at their desks, bemoan what they call another false attack ad from John McCain -- for the third Friday in a row.
The McCain ad, which warns of higher taxes under Obama, is untrue because Obama wants to cut taxes for those making less than $250,000 a year, a staffer says.
McCain, on the other hand, by wanting to extend President Bush's tax cuts, would favor the wealthy.
As visual aids, there are images of notebook paper with a check in the box next to Obama's plan, and an "x" in the one by McCain's proposal.
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