Most of the Democratic National Committee's messaging has focused on hammering the GOP as the "party of no," but as the media recounts and judges President Obama's first 100 days in office, they will air a TV ad that takes a decidedly positive turn. It will air Tuesday and Wednesday on national and DC cable (a five-figure buy, according to a spokesman), and it's solely dedicated to advertising Obama's first 100 days in office as "laying the foundation for change," complete with optimistic-sounding piano music and a montage of the president signing major pieces of legislation--reminding us of the stimulus, SCHIP, and the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. See the ad below the jump.

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