New ad links Mitt Romney to woman’s cancer death; Who else has #RomneyKilled?!/guypbenson/status/232914947435266049

Townhall’s Guy Benson performs a thorough dissection of the ad here, but in short, Obama super PAC Priorities USA Action’s new campaign spot draws a straight line from Mitt Romney to a woman’s death from cancer.

A little searching quickly turned up the important detail that Ranae Soptic, the woman mentioned in the ad, died in 2006 — five years after her husband’s plant closed and the family lost their health insurance. That supposedly straight line between Romney and death suddenly got a lot longer.

Obama better hope no one who worked at Solyndra has a wife who dies of cancer in 2016. Cause that'll be on him.

— John Sexton (@verumserum) August 7, 2012

If you worked at a GM dealership shuttered in 2009 and your spouse dies of cancer before 2015: #ThatsonObama

— John Sexton (@verumserum) August 7, 2012

Katie Pavlich wants to know who else has #RomneyKilled.

DID YOU HEAR? Romney killed George Washington @guypbenson

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) August 7, 2012

The Radio Star #RomneyKilled

— Walt Gilbert (@walt_gilbert) August 7, 2012

#RomneyKilled Biggie and Tupac

— jason_manc (@jason_manc) August 7, 2012

#RomneyKilled My optimism. Oh wait, that was Obama. #tcot

— Amy Lutz (@amylutz4) August 7, 2012

#RomneyKilled a puppy, then Obama ate said puppy.

— Craig (@craigcarroll) August 7, 2012

#RomneyKilled Ms.White, in the kitchen with the candlestick.

— Dan Joseph (@DanJoseph78) August 7, 2012

#Romneykilled a man in Reno, just to watch him die… According to Harry Reid, who heard it from a guy he knew.

— Mister Crow (@Crowesq) August 7, 2012

#RomneyKilled Roberta Flack. Softly. With his song.

— Josh Painter (I-TX) (@Josh_Painter) August 7, 2012

#RomneyKilled down at the Chuckle Hut last night, great set

— Local Hardbody (@MrPhetz) August 7, 2012

Anyone else feel #romneykilled was a bit misleading..

— Ryan Jaso (@jasooo) August 7, 2012

#RomneyKilled the hopes and dreams of l'il socialist children everywhere!

— Imaumbn™ (@Imaumbn) August 7, 2012

A little misleading? Let’s ask Priorities USA; they seem to be the experts.

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