The ads call for voters to oppose the "sweetheart deals" that give Amazon tax incentives to build a new headquarters, which the ads say are "unfair to taxpayers." Amazon has said it plans to bring 50,000 jobs to the city it chooses for HQ2 and a total of $5 billion in investments in the local economy over a decade. "Amazon is one of the largest, most successful corporations in the world — it doesn't need help from struggling taxpayers to build its second headquarters," Generation Opporunity policy director David Barnes said in a statement. "Unfair corporate welfare deals like the ones being lobbed at Amazon fuel cronyism, are conducted in darkness, and force small businesses to subsidize their competition." http://www.businessinsider.com/koch-brother-linked-group-runs-amazon-hq2-ad-2018-2 About time somebody did something about this parasite.