Really lady? No idea?
It’s a mind boggling mystery we’ll be studying for years to come, that one… Someday, maybe, just maybe we’ll know the political affiliation of the folks who made the despicable claim that Republican candidate for President, Mitt Romney is responsible for a woman’s death from cancer.
Until then, we can only wonder, while pondering the hypocrisy of the Republicans for crying foul.
So says Ditzy Debbie:
Begging to differ, the Washington Post gave its Worst Week in Washington Award to Priorities USA for its steelworker ad.
It seemed like a powerful message.
On Tuesday, Priorities USA Action — a Democratic super PAC run by two former Obama White House aides and blessed by the president himself — released an advertisement featuring a former steelworker named Joe Soptic. He told a devastating story about losing his job and his health insurance just as his wife got sick with what turned out to be terminal cancer. Soptic’s job was eliminated by Bain Capital, the company that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney helped found.
And so on and so forth. As we all know, it was based on scurrilous lies:
Priorities USA, for hitting a new low in a campaign full of negative ads, you had the worst week in Washington. Congrats, or something.
Joining Priorities USA in infamy are its shameless Democrat defenders, first and foremost among them, Ditzy Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Meanwhile on CBS, the Obama campaign’s Stephanie Cutter was spared the opportunity to make an ass of herself: CBS Refuses To Confront OFA’s Cutter About Massive ‘Cancer’ Ad Lie.
Today’s “Meet the Press” was the first opportunity for a journalist to confront Ms. Cutter on this blatant and brazen lie and over the twelve minute interview, the subject was never broached.
Even worse, when Romney spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom charged the Obama Campaign with dirty politics, guest host Nancy Cordes carried water for President Obama by saying, “Well, I think we’ve seen some petty, negative politicking from both sides this week…”
And on ABC, Via Weasel Zippers: Video: Axeldouche Won’t Say If President Obama Condemns His Super PAC’s Cancer Ad…
Naturally, that would take some class, of which Obama has none.
On ABC’s “This Week” David Axelrod won’t say if Obama condemns the false Super PAC ad by Priorities USA (August 12, 2012).