Skip to comments.Obama Campaign Also Tied Romney To Woman's Death
Posted on 08/09/2012 3:44:33 PM PDT by kristinn
A SuperPAC supporting Obama is under fire for airing an ad in which a steelworker accused Romney of making decisions that led to his wife's death. The Obama campaign has kept its distance from the ad but it made the same charge, in a screenshot that appeared in an official Obama campaign slideshow.
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same clothes in both ads, opps!
Ouch. That’s gonna leave a mark.
Oh, to be a fly on the wall at the WH war room with ValJar, Axelrod et al.
The Obama team is very adept at committing the logical fallacy of confusing commonality with causation. My dad went to a Yankees game and had a heart attack. No, the drama of the game didn’t cause the attack. He went to the game in 1961, and had the heart attack in 1994.
Actually, CANCER “murdered the woman, and if anyone can cause another person to get cancer, I haven’t heard of it.
Never mind the 6-year lapse between the layoff and the death.
This guy acts like he’s the only person on the planet to lose his job, and insurance.
I see ads, and collection jars, etc all the time for people who have health problems but don’t have insurance for one reason or another, but they’re relatives are not charged with “murder’” for failing to insure them.
The person responsible for the woman’s welfare, is her husband...not Bain, not Romney. He obviously a card-carrying democrat, looking to put his responsibilities off on someone else. The Obama straw man blame game in action.
Romney has been in the public arena for a long time, where’s his accuser been all that time? He didn’t step forward in 2008, nothing from him during the GOP primaries. Nothing at all until the Obama wrecking crew entered the picture.
Too bad his wife died, but this claim is ridiculous, and frivolous.
Cancer “murdered” her, nothing, or no one else.
Maybe the Obama campaign confused Romney with Ted Kennedy.
Ouch. Thats gonna leave a mark.
MSNBC is still ignoring it, along with NBC, ABC, and CBS.
This appears to be Joe's big breakthrough, Jan. 6, 2012:
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