The ad repeats a snippet from the former governor's radio show in which Mr. Ehrlich echoes the catch phrase coined by his former lieutenant governor, "Drill, baby, drill." An announcer says, "As oil coats the gulf coast, that's the voice of big oil lobbyist Bob Ehrlich." Of course, that particular snippet was recorded in 2008, and the claim that Mr. Ehrlich is a "big oil lobbyist" in the conventional definition of the term is a stretch at best. Mr. Ehrlich's job at his law firm is as a "rainmaker," a big name who can use his connections to bring in lucrative clients. He is not a registered lobbyist on the local, state or federal level. That doesn't absolve him of responsibility for the business his law firm does, but it doesn't make him Jack Abramoff, either.