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Obama Deputy Campaign Manager Cancels ABC "This Week" Appearance

TraderBill Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 1:38 PM
What seems obvious, but has not been prominently mentioned by any of the conservative media, is that, in listening to Mr. Soptic in the recording of the telephone conversation, there is no question he is reading his statement. Listen carefully: the word flow is stilted and he breaks his sentences in odd places, very much as if he is reading from a prepared text. Why would he read a statement as his participation in a simple telephone conversation unless someone planned ahead of time to use his comments for political purposes? Also, this conversation allegedly took place several months ago, and the "super PAC" is just now releasing it...
Will Malven2 Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 1:50 PM
Yeah, there's no missing that in that phone call. Probably nothing much there though, a lot of people write down what they want to say so they won't forget it when they are nervous. I've heard folks call in to radio shows reading what they wanted to say. A lot of folks just go blank when they are nervous.

Keep focused on the lie itself. That should be enough to hang the Dems.

After getting caught red handed lying about what she knew about Joe Soptic's story, the man featured in the Obama Super PAC ad essentially accusing Mitt Romney of killing his wife, Obama Deputy Campaign Manager Stephanie Cutter has cancelled her ABC "This Week" appearance.

From Dana Loesch:


ABC had Tweeted that Cutter was to appear, but plans have changed and the Tweet disappeared.

The campaign has dispatched David Axelrod to go in Cutter's place as it's likely Cutter would face too many questions regarding her dishonesty on Soptic and the campaign's suspected...