Mack: Sen. Nelson 'wants to talk about Hooters'

"Bill NelsonBill NelsonFCC box plan raises alarms among House Judiciary leaders Three more Republican senators to meet with Supreme Court nominee This week: Congress on track to miss Puerto Rico deadline MORE cast the deciding vote for ObamaCare and voted to raise our taxes 150 times," Mack says. "I voted against ObamaCare and to cut taxes.

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"I want to talk about what really matters: fixing our economy, creating jobs and tackling our deficit. Bill Nelson, like a typical career politician, wants to talk about Hooters and what I did as a kid."

According to the Miami New Times, Mack was a marketing executive for LTP Management from 1994 to 2000, a group that owned Hooters franchises in Florida.

But Mack argued that this background is irrelevant to the issues facing most Americans.

"Let's get serious," Mack says in the ad. "Our country is in crisis. It's time to debate the issues that matter, not this nonsense."

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