Obama Campaign Ad Accuses Romney Of Telling The Truth About Obama

“Mitt Romney is launching a false attack,” the ad’s text states. But the weird thing is: The Obama campaign is purposefully trying to make it sound like Romney is misquoting the president, when the official White House transcript backs up Romney’s quotation.

In the ad, Romney says that Obama revealed his thoughts on business when he said this, “If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that.  Somebody else made that happen.”

And, in fact, according to official White House transcript that’s precisely what Obama said on July 13, 2012 in Roanoke, Virginia.

Obama Ad Accuses Romney of ‘Launching a False Attack’ for Quoting Obama | The Weekly Standard

This guy knew about Obama 200 years ago.

Yet Clare’s sharp questions must I shun
Must separate Constance from the nun
Oh! what a tangled web we weave
When first we practice to deceive!
A Palmer too! No wonder why
I felt rebuked beneath his eye

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9 Responses to Obama Campaign Ad Accuses Romney Of Telling The Truth About Obama

  1. Eric Simpson says:

    Everyday around 100 people die in car accidents. Do we ban cars? If this gunman had known that there was a strong chance people had conceal & carry weapons he’d likely not done what he did, or have been shot down immediately if he tried. Quit the liberal chorus for gun control whenever anything like this happens.

    • suyts says:

      Moron….. the daily kos? Oh sure, let’s believe this. How about addressing the fact that Romney’s ad is truthful? Let’s have a conversation about not lying to the American public. Obama said what he said. He can either defend his statement or retract it. But, he’s not ever going to take away this lie stating that he never said this. Game over for the lying leftist scumbags. Tell us some more lies. Then tell us why we should believe someone who says he didn’t say what we all heard him say.

      Scumbag.

    • gofer says:

      Daily Kos?? You couldn’t find a group more filled with hate and spiteful rhetoric and untruths. It’s the place for hyper-partisan opinions based on nothing but hatred for capitalism and individualism.

      Polls show people don’t care about Bain and Romney and Obama attacking him on his wealth is not doing too well either.They haven’t shown anything illegal and are throwing stuff hoping something will stick. Simply envy politics.They demand Romney release tax returns for decades prior, but can’t even get Obama to release his college transcripts.

      There are probably a lot of nervous dems who have a lot of oversea investments and accounts that are wishing Obama would just stop it. Obama has lost billions with his green energy investments. These attacks on Romney make him look even smaller than he is, if that’s possible. Only dems think that jobs belong to somebody besides the company doing the hiring. IF Unions hadn’t run wages through the ceiling for jobs turning screws, there would be a lot more mfg. jobs.

      • Me says:

        I bet the Daily Kos don’t mind capitalizing though! 😆

      • NoMoreGore says:

        I suspect no return (or success) was ever expected from these Green “Investments”. They leapt so quickly to default, you have to wonder how they could spend the money that fast. They are looking like plunder to me…. of our treasury. Payback for promoters, and sharing of spoils among jackals.

  2. suyts says:

    Question: Did Barrack Obama state, “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that.”????

    Answer: Yes, he did. He spoke those exact words.

    Question: Did Obama tell the world Romney was lying by quoting Obama?

    Answer: Yes, yes he did.

    Question: What sort of scumbag fellow citizen would prefer lies over truth?

    Answer: The same people who pay Brian Ross.

  3. tckev says:

    Standards in politics are shown to be as low as Hansen standards in science.
    Politician that can’t even lie properly – appalling, just appalling.

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