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

beefonrocks Wrote: Aug 09, 2012 9:39 AM
and in good faith explaining they could no longer accept the performance, either negotiate or we sell the plant. Union leadership, a bunch of bumpkins egged on by northeastern steelworker thugs demanded they stay strong and fight this obvious bluff. After months of discussions and no compromise, the plant was sold off. Every employee was fired and asked to submit an application for rehire, under a new wage structure and few benefits. No other job prospects in the area, these once proud union workers went back to work in the same jobs for half the pay. The union leadership held their ground and screwed their members. This my friends is why manufacturing jobs are in China. Remember, pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered.
Robert1260 Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 3:20 AM
You have beef in the head and rocks for brains. Mr. Soptic paid into his health plan, his retirement and his life insurance. Venture capitalist sharks took that away from him and left him with nothing while they walked away with millions. They broke the workers' contracts which should have been enforced. Do you recall the bank bailout where we paid golden parachutes honoring the fat cats' contracts? And they were the guys who caused the financial crash! But it was too much to honor the lowly workers' contracts at the steel mill? I sincerely hope and pray that never happens to you beef. But alas, if we don't finally say no, it will be more and more commonplace and you will undoubtedly blame Obama or dems for it occurring.

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...