Anti-Romney Cancer Ad Stooge Admits Bain Capital Offered Him a Buyout

Shameless lying bottom-feeders.  What concentric circle of Dante’s Inferno does this put one on?

Gateway-  On Tuesday the pro-Barack Obama super PAC Priorities USA unleashed an awful ad that put blame on presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney for the death of a steel worker’s wife.

Joe Soptic, the former steel worker in the ad, blamed Mitt Romney for the death of his wife even though the steel plant he worked at closed after Romney left Bain. Mitt Romney left Bain 1999 to go work on the Winter Olympics. GST Steel went belly up in 2001. Soptic’s wife was diagnosed with cancer in 2006.

Yesterday, CNN spoke to Joe Soptic, and found out that when he lost his GST job, his wife was still working and carried her own health insurance, which she then lost in 2002 or 2003 when an injury forced her to leave the job. She passed away in 2006.

Then there’s this…
Joe Septic, the anti-Romney cancer ad steelworker, admitted in a recent interview that Bain Capital offered him a buyout before the plant closed in 2001.
I’m41 reported:

More… Soptic chose not to insure wife at post-GST job.
But, it’s Romney’s fault his wife died.

UPDATE: To build on what Ace said yesterday
Here’s the Joe Soptic timeline:
** Mitt Romney left Bain in 1999 to work on Olympics.
** GST Steel in Kansas City was shut down in 2001.
** Top Obama bundler Jonathan Lavine was in charge of Bain Capital at the time.
** Soptic was offered a buy-out.
** Soptic took another job but declined to purchase their insurance plan.

Read more at thegatewaypundit.com

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