Skip to comments.THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION IS LYING [evidence of collusion]
Posted on 08/09/2012 6:47:51 AM PDT by Bulwinkle
...So heres the proof. Below are two ads. Both of them show Joe Soptic. Heres the kicker: in the first ad, Soptic is featured telling part of his story but after hes done, the voice of Barack Obama comes on saying that he approves the message. Wait, the same guy that the administration is saying they know little about actually appeared in an Obama-approved ad? You bet your Chicago politics....
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They also used the same liar in a phone call going out from the campaign. Coincidence?
Shocker is that CNN busted them on the lie. That was amazing. Though the MSM would fire anyone reporting facts.
It is a shocker. Which is why I don’t believe CNN just wants to appear non-biased. Something is up.
Not only is it the same guy, IT’S THE SAME SHIRT!
Different background, glasses on glasses off, BUT THE SAME DAMN SHIRT.
I BET THESE WERE BOTH FILMED AT THE SAME PLACE AT THE SAME TIME BY THE SAME PEOPLE! A VIOLATION OF OF THE LAW..........
It’s the same day, look at the creases on the collar
Maybe we could get Connie Francis to sing “Creases on your collar/ told the tale on you...”
If the Obama Administration was telling the truth, that would be NEWS!
bump & ping
I noticed both of those.........
That's certainly nothing new.
Note the helmet on the shelf behind him also appears in both videos. A short segment showing him holding the helmet.
So you think the Obama Campaign has broken Federal Campaign laws?
The Answer is YES!!!
Pension reform proposals face several hurdles in Congress
Kansas City Star, The (MO) - Monday, September 5, 2005
Author: MIKE CASEY
The pension bills have caught the attention of Joe Soptic of Independence. Several years ago, Soptic ‘s former employer, GST Steel Co., closed its Kansas City mill. GST then defaulted on its pension promises and the federal pension agency took over the plan.
Under its rules, the agency slashed Soptic ‘s pension 20 percent.
“It's wrong for the corporations to be able to walk off and leave people with nothing,” Soptic said. “Who do I blame? The federal government and companies for letting it happen.”
Now, Soptic said, Congress should fix the pension problem so more workers’ benefits aren't cut, a view shared by the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee's ranking Democrat, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts.
great find maggie. Have you already forwarded the information? Do you want us to help?
Same verbiage, but in 2005 he was also blaming the federal government.
I worked hard all my life and played by the rules, and they allowed this to happen.
Joe Soptic, employee for 28 years, whose wife died of lung cancer after he lost his GST health planReuters, 1/6/12
Pension puzzle’s key question: Who pays?
Kansas City Star, The (MO) - Sunday, June 5, 2005
Author: MIKE CASEY
Owens knows the importance of protecting people's pensions. Some of his friends worked at GST Steel Co. in Kansas City.
The mill, which was part of the former Armco works, closed in 2001 after its owner filed for bankruptcy. Eventually, the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. took over the pension plans for 1,000 hourly and salaried workers and retirees and picked up $44 million in pension promises.
In many cases, the pension agency pays retirees their full retirement benefits, but not at GST. The steelworkers’ contract called for some members to receive a monthly supplemental pension benefit, but the agency did not pay all of it. The agency cannot afford to meet all companies’ pension obligations, so it has rules to determine benefit levels.
Retired steelworker Joe Soptic of Independence saw his pension slashed by about a quarter.
“I worked hard and played by the rules, and they're taking it away” said Soptic.
So you think the Obama Campaign has broken Federal Campaign laws?When there's no one to hold you accountable,
The Answer is YES!!!
Looks like both Breit ane RNC have a tape....mmm mmm mmmm
If only America knew...
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Naomi F. King, 84, of Independence, Mo., passed away Sunday, June 28, 2009 at her residence.
Naomi was born January 3, 1925 in Hardin, Mo. to Phares and Anna Mae (Miller) Racy and had lived in this area most of her life. She was a beautician and had operated the Fre-Ma-Rae Beauty Salon for a number of years. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
She was preceded in death by two daughters, Ranae Soptic and Fredna Jean Hamernick. Survivors include her husband of 65 years, Fred L. King of the home, a daughter, Ona Malea Hawkins of Independence, Mo., two grandsons, a granddaughter and two great grandsons.
Queen reigned with talent
Kansas City Star, The (MO) - Monday, June 26, 2006
Author: BRIE HANDGRAAF
ILYONA “RANAE” SOPTIC She was a soul mate and an artist
Who: Ilyona “Ranae” Soptic, loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend.
How and when she died: Soptic went to the hospital for pneumonia, but doctors found signs of very advanced cancer, and she died two weeks later on June 22.
Sister bond: Soptic and her younger sister Malea Hawkins never suffered from the typical sibling rivalry. They were always close, even as young children when they invented their own language to communicate with each other, Hawkins said. The two continued to be close throughout adulthood when they double-dated and lived together. Their connection was very similar to the internal bond many twins describe.
Multi-talented: Even at a young age, Soptic was naturally talented.
Hawkins and Soptic took piano lessons for five years when they were children, but Soptic didn't really need the lessons, her sister said. She could hear a song then play it on the piano.
She also expressed her creativity through other music, art and poetry.
Roller queen: She also had tremendous energy. In 1968, she competed at a local roller skating tournament in Independence. After winning the competition, she went on to win the state competition and eventually won nationals, becoming the Roller Skating Queen of America.
Family ties: Joe Soptic knew Ranae was special early on. After dating only six months, the two were married. “She was the one,” he said. “She was my soul mate and the love of my life. We were married for 30 years, and I loved every minute of it.”
In 1981, Soptic gave birth to their only child, Brooke. Soptic stayed at home for four years to guarantee Brooke was exposed to music and other fine arts.
Brooke continues her mother's creative legacy and is studying fine arts at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo.
Survivors include: Her parents, husband, daughter and sister.
The last word: “You just couldn't help but love her,” Hawkins said. “She just wanted everyone to be happy and have fun. She was my best friend.”
It is time that the true definition of a democrat is accepted.
Democrat = Liar
It’s in their DNA and they can’t help it.
I’ve had my tagline for years.