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Busted: Team Obama Caught in Blatant Lie About 'Cancer' Ad

abcdefz Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 3:16 AM
I don't know if anyone else noticed this, but, being someone who has done EXEMPLARY telephone tech support over the years, (and therefore, have a certain talent for 'visualizing' what my customer might be doing at the time, such as reading the newspaper, or watching a YouTube video when I'm trying to help them,), I can say this with relative certainty. I'd bet on it. The Soptic guy is READING his statement from a prepared text. I'd bet whatever I've got in my pocket for whatever you have in your pocket any day. It's essentially a 'scripted' phone call...
wpeeters Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 3:45 AM
I share your sentiment, this was not a spontaneous phone call, too much hesitation in the voice like he was making sure he was reading a prewritten statement correctly.
abcdefz Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 3:19 AM
Oh, come on. It's so blatantly obvious, I can't be the ONLY person who noticed this...

Step one - The Obama campaign claims no knowledge of Joe Soptic's story while refusing to denounce a shockingly offensive and false political ad produced by their former colleague's pro-Obama SuperPAC:

Asked about the Priorities spot on MSNBC Wednesday morning, Robert Gibbs said he doesn’t “know the specifics” while Stephanie Cutter said on CNN: “I don’t know the facts about when Mr. Soptic’s wife got sick or the facts about his health insurance.” And Jen Psaki told reporters on Air Force...