The House Majority PAC, a Super PAC devoted to helping the Democrats win back control in Congress, has released its second TV ad in New York, this time targeting NY-1 GOP hopeful Randy Altschuler.

The ad, entitled “Anything”, begins running on cable systems today and will run for two weeks as part of a $260,000 buy.

Although PACs aren’t allowed to coordinate with campaigns, this ad continues a line of attack against Altschuler that has been routinely employed by the Democrat he’s trying to oust, Rep. Tim Bishop.

House Majority PAC and Bishop are both slamming Altschuler for the company he founded, OfficeTiger, which focused on outsourcing clerical and other services to countries like Indian.

(Quite a lot has been written about OfficeTiger, actually. The New Yorker also included the company in a lengthy piece in 2004 about outsourced jobs in Indian).

Altschuler is making his second attempt at unseating Bishop.

Although a recent Siena poll found him trailing the congressman by 12 percentage points, he’s believed to have a better shot this time around because GOP and Conservative leaders are united behind his candidacy – unlike in 2010.

House Majority PAC’s first TV ad in New York launched earlier this month and targeted Republican GOP Rep. Nan Hayworth in NY-18.

Here’s the Altschuler ad script:

“Before he ran for Congress, TIME magazine said Randy Altschuler developed an industry devoted to making outsourcing happen, and made millions sending American jobs overseas.”

“This year, Altschuler supported a budget plan that one of John McCain’s economists said would cost $1.7 million jobs and force seniors to pay $6,400 more per year for Medicare.”

“When Randy Altschuler gets finished, will we have anything left?”