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BREAKING- Coptic NEVER INSURED HIS WIFE THROUGH GS STEEL! Obama's Lying Roney Ad

 
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BREAKING- Coptic NEVER INSURED HIS WIFE THROUGH GS STEEL! Obama's Lying Roney Ad
The Obamunist REALLY do think you sheep are just fu**ng idiots, who will an load Obama deems to spew on you!

Are you really as dumb as the MSNBC Klux Klan thinks you are? Obama’s lying is truly evil. This man’s comfort with lying is telling.

This moron chose NOT to insure his wife, because he had "Other Priorities", like paying for a NEW TRUCK, sending his kid to college, and paying for 175 channels of cable TV!


The ad features Joe Soptic, 62, of Missouri, who lost his job when GST Steel of Kansas City—owned by Bain and other investors for eight years—was closed. As melancholy music plays, Mr. Soptic says that when the plant closed, he and his family lost their health-care coverage and "a short time after that, my wife became ill." Her illness was diagnosed five years later. "I don't think Mitt Romney understands what he's done to people's lives by closing the plant," Mr. Soptic says in the ad.

The steel plant was purchased in 1993 and closed in 2001. Mr. Romney departed Bain in 1999 and had no role in the decision to close the plant, his campaign said.

Mr. Soptic said that his wife was receiving health insurance through her employer at the time he lost his job at GST Steel, though she later suffered an injury, left her job and lost her insurance coverage. He could not say precisely when this occurred.

Mr. Soptic said that after he lost his job, he found work as a school custodian about six months later and had the option to put her on his insurance plan. But he opted not to, he said, because he could not afford the more than $350 monthly premium on the $25,000 salary he was making, on top of paying his mortgage and a daughter's college tuition. Ilyona Soptic was diagnosed with cancer in 2006 and died that year.

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