First, we learned that Mrs. Soptic maintained her own health insurance for several years after her husband's plant was shut down (two years after Romney left Bain), rendering the ad's implied timeline even less honest than originally thought. Every key detail in this damn thing is a lie or an intentional distortion. Unreal. Also, keep in mind that GST would have gone belly-up many years earlier if Mitt Romney's company hadn't intervened and invested millions to try to save it. The steel company deal ended up being one of the few unsuccessful investments Romney executed during his sterling private-sector career. Second, we discovered that Bill Burton -- who runs Obama's SuperPAC -- is actually trying to claim that the ad does not attempt to link Romney to this woman's death. Did he offer that answer with a straight face? If you find Burton's level of deliberate misinformation galling, you might want to skip this next clip, in which Obama campaign spokeswoman Jen Psaki refuses to repudiate the ad on three separate occasions:
Wolf Blitzer repeatedly calls the spot "outrageous," correctly asserts that it is "full of falsehoods," and even tries to shame Psaki into labeling it "repulsive," independent of whether the campaign is directly responsible for its production. She doesn't budge, grinning throughout the segment and pretending that Obama has nothing to do with any of it.
I can't wait to hear what he ahs to say.
They will now educate us on what they "really" said not what we "really heard" they will explain that we just aren't smart enough to really get the message the ad portrays, that Obama speaks so smartly that the common man needs it explained to him/her.
They will distance themselves from their own guys running the hack piece..watch
quote:Let's cut to the chase, alright?
Just about every family in America has a member who got fricked just like the man in the commercial.
Besides, it was a super pac. We can't control those, ha ha ha. (Romney).
Remember who was against them in the first place?
quote:He defends the ad by saying, "That's how I feel." It's true because he "feels" like it's true.
I love how Joe Soptik has been pimped twice now by the Obama handlers. He was in another pro Obama commercial earlier this year lying his dick off just like he did in this ad.