Stephanie Cutter is a liar


Busted!

But then again it’s no surprise. She works for Obama.


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34 Responses to Stephanie Cutter is a liar

  1. myiq2xu says:

    This ad is turning out to be a massive backfire.

    • You got that right. I predict it won’t air in a single swing state, but I hope I’m wrong about that. Because it would be a massive advantage Team Romney if it did after all of this.

      I’m sticking by my premise: Steph Cutter is a drunk skunk 100% of the time, and she stinks to high heaven to boot.

      • myiq2xu says:

        They never planned to air it on television. The original Willie Horton ad only aired once in a local market.

        They expected the media to publicize it for them for free.

        They got their wish.

        • myiq2xu says:

          BTW – Willie Horton really was a convicted murderer who got furloughed from prison and then raped a woman.

          The fact that he was a scary-looking black man didn’t make the ad racist.

  2. myiq2xu says:

    If you have made as much money as you can, why keep the business open?

  3. myiq2xu says:

    • Lulu says:

      It is a purely business decision. When marketing studies say the employees have to stop spitting on the customers or they are going to have to close, the bosses make sure the spitting stops or they lose their jobs too. It is save your ass time at CNN.

  4. tommy says:

    This is just sad. Cutter is an intelligent woman. Damn, this kind of behaviour is just batshit crazy. And its sad that women are charactised that way. Cutter, Pelosi, Schultz on the left and Bachmann, Palin on the right. Too much partisanship and the men with their triangulation gain support.

    • angienc says:

      I have little sympathy for her given her bald faced lies first with the Bain SEC docs & this ad — lies she told knowing they were lies & thinking she’d get away with it because of the Obama-compliant MSM.

      Also, she worked for John Edwards — and we know what he did to Hilary in 2008, not to mention his wife.

      Cutter has a history of aligning herself with misogynistic pigs. Screw her.

      • cj says:

        Screw her is right, she doesn’t deserve any sympathy. She helped coordinate the sleaziest attack in modern campaign history, then was caught lying her ass off about it and still doesn’t the decency to show an ounce of remorse. She doesn’t get a pass just because she’s a woman.

    • bluestate says:

      Cutter is an intelligent woman

      she doesn’t come off that way. she reminds me of dana perino, who seems more intelligent now that she’s not bush’s press secretary anymore. everybody seems a little smarter when they aren’t defending failed presidents.

      • leslie says:

        I agree about both. Stephanie Cutter and Dana Perina. Stephanie Cutter can only hope that at some point she can polish Dana P’s shoes.
        (I used to hate listening to Perino when she worked for Bush)

  5. myiq2xu says:

    I’m making fried ramen chicken for lunch.

    Get a package of chicken ramen noodles. Boil the noodles then drain off the water. Mix in soup flavoring packet and 1 small can of canned chicken. Place 1/2 tblsp olive oil in teflon frying pan. When hot pour in noodle mix. Fry on medium low until brown and crispy on the bottom. Turn over (like a big pancake) and do the same to the other side.

    If you want to add veggies carmelize them first.

    • angienc says:

      You should add an egg to scramble while you fry the noodles & you will have Chicken Lo Mein.

    • T says:

      A slightly better way…saute the noodles while they’re dry (in the same way you brown rice a roni). Add the meat, veggies, a little of the sauce mix and enough water to meld things together. Then the noodles won’t get as soggy while the rest is cooking.

  6. myiq2xu says:

  7. myiq2xu says:

    SuperPAC ad depicts Allen West as Angry Black Man beating up white women

  8. DM says:

    The article at Zero Hedge is very good and too much to post more here. Each of the points about the methods that the article includes, has an explanation of how it’s used. I recommend reading for those who are not familiar with Alinsky’s tactics.

    What I’ve posted is just a highlight.

    Disinformation: How It Works


    Media Disinformation Methods

    Lie Big, Retract Quietly

    Unconfirmed Or Controlled Sources As Fact

    Calculated Omission

    Distraction, And The Manufacture Of Relevance

    Dishonest Debate Tactics

    more at link

  9. DM says:


    ‘Disgusting’ Pro-Obama Ad Criticized by Democrat

    Lanny Davis, a former top adviser to President Bill Clinton, today issued a scathing rebuke to a controversial new Democratic super PAC ad that ties Mitt Romney to a woman’s death from cancer.
    “I’m pretty sad for our country that we have presidential candidates engaging in sophomoric – and that’s a compliment – sophomoric name calling,” Davis said in an interview on WMAL radio in Washington.

    Davis says both Romney and Obama, and their supporters, have sponsored ads “that make us all want to take a shower.” But when it comes to the cancer ad, he said the pro-Obama super PAC Priorities USA Action has gone too far.
    “Bill Burton needs to go back to ethics school,” Davis said of the group’s senior strategist, who is a former Obama White House spokesman. “He knows perfectly well that the ad is misleading and disgusting and he needs to apologize for it.”

    more at link

  10. WLM says:

    Wow! Just Wow!

  11. angienc says:

    Jayzuz — Just saw this story on Cavuto (that English guy is hosting, not Cavuto — I’m home sick). So, this woman’s deli was filmed allegedly as part of a story on storm doors but *somehow* the video of her store got used in that b.s. “I didn’t say ‘you didn’t build that'” ad by Obama. She complained to her local DNC office because she wants to keep her business out of politics & says should would be just as upset if her storefront was shown in a Romney ad, and the DNC blew her off. Worse yet, they are justifying it by saying “she’s clearly a Romney supporter with a political agenda” as if that makes it OK to use her store front in an Obama ad without her permission! She’s losing business from *both* sides now (initially after the ad ran, she got more negative comments from her customers; now the Obots are attacking her too in the local paper for wanting the footage of her store front pulled — see why she didn’t want her store front associated with *any* political campaign?). Good Lord, Obama is the absolute worst thing that has ever happened to this country in my lifetime.

    I don’t have the Cavuto interview (it just aired), but I found the story on USA Today.

    http://cincinnati.com/blogs/politics/2012/08/08/cheese-shop-owner-to-obama-take-my-storefront-out-of-your-ad/

  12. cj says:

    They’re naming names…

    “Meet the Hollywood moguls and actors, outsourcing pioneers, heiress gardener, and others responsible for outrageous Obama Super PAC ad linking Mitt Romney to woman’s death from cancer.”

    And pictures…

    http://freebeacon.com/ten-donors-financing-obamas-super-pac-smears/

    • leslie says:

      WOW.

      . . . Joe Soptic, who says that Bain Capital’s 2001 decision to shutter his plant played a role in his wife’s death in 2006. However, subsequent reports have revealed that the steelworker’s wife retained health insurance through her own job during this time and that he had the opportunity to but did not add her to his own insurance plan once he took a new job. The plant also closed two years after Romney left Bain in 1999.

      I just got to read the first little bit and was blown away by this part of the article. You all probably already saw this, but I’ve been at work all day and had no time for anything but work today. none. So reading just this is causing me to have a *headdesk* moment.

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