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Obama SuperPAC: Mitt Romney Pretty Much Killed This Man's Wife

Wallac Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 3:48 PM
When Romney explain he is not responsible for what his SuperPacs freedom of expression, it's completely understandable. So why is the President held to different standard?
pascagoulapappy Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 4:14 PM
Did you flunk my remedial composition class at Alabama State?
Panda Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 3:59 PM
Who says he isn't held to the same standard, Wallac?

But there are two big differences here:

1. This ad is flatly dishonest, and also achieves a new level of repulsiveness by paying a man to use his wife's horrifying death for political gain.

2. Obama is free to distance himself from this ad, and so far, NEITHER HE NOR ANY OF HIS SPOKESPEOPLE HAVE DONE SO.

Democrats keep crowing about Barack Obama's "commanding" electoral college lead (it's a less than a mile wide and an inch deep), but for all their apparent cockiness, they strangely continue to go thermonuclear on Mitt Romney.  This ad from Obama's SuperPAC doesn't seem desperate at all:


When Mitt Romney and Bain closed the plant, I lost my healthcare, and my family lost their healthcare.  And a short time after that my wife became ill ... And she passed away in...