On day two of the controversy surrounding the curb-stomping ad from pro-Obama SuperPAC Priorities USA Action suggesting that Mitt Romney shares some blame for the death of former steelworker Joe Soptic’s wife, the Obama campaign has taken a step closer to forming a response. On CNN's Starting Point, Deputy Campaign Manager Stephanie Cutter wouldn't endorse the ad, but corrected fill-in host John Berman on a key fact in the ad.
Mitt Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul appeared on Fox News' Happening Now this morning to hammer the controversial ad from a pro-Obama SuperPAC that blames Romney for the death of a steelworker's wife. But in defending Romney, she vee... Read Post
Rush Limbaugh got pretty heated about the controversial new ad from pro-Obama SuperPAC Priorities Action USA, which attempts to tie Mitt Romney to the death of the wife of a former GST steelworker, who lost his job and health insura... Read Post