August 8, 2012

Is there no shame?

The Obama Campaign's Super  Pac released a shameful ad yesterday accusing Romney of Murder. It claims he closed down a plant and a short time later the wife of one of the employees died of cancer because the family did not have "health care".

Only Romney was no longer at Bain when the company closed. And the wife died 5 or 6 years later.  Oh, and she did still have insurance...

I have been lukewarm at best to Romney. These attacks have led me firmly to his camp, if for no other reason than to get these thugs out of the White House. This ad, and Harry Reid's despicable "do you still beat your wife" type accusations leave me disgusted.

If this is today's Democratic Party, then I want nothing to do with them.


Fuzzy Curmudgeon said...

This is why we need to get private money out of politics.

PACs should not be allowed to exist. Period. End of subject.

Donations of private money to campaigns should be treated as bribes and prosecuted ditto.

Kill them all. God will know his own.

Anonymous said...

What did you expect when the person sitting in the White House denies everything. Nothing is his fault.

James Old Guy

Rita said...

Turns out the guy not only lied about health insurance but participated on an Obama campaign conference call. But Obama's campaign had nothing to do with this PAC that created the ad. R.I.G.H.T.

Woodman said...

She didn't have insurance when she died, she lost her insurance when she lost her job in 2002. But, apparently he was offered a buy-out by Bain when he was let go. He also turned down insurance for her when he got a new job.

And in any case, she died 22 days after she was diagnosed. Tell me exactly what good insurance would have done her. Once again, lack of insurance does not mean no access to health care.

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