The Obama administration would have you believe that they really have no idea who this Joe Soptic guy is. By now you probably know he's the man who's insinuating that Mitt Romney killed his wife. But the administration isn't telling you the truth.
In fact, I'm actually going to say it: they're lying. Sure, they are saying things like we don't know the whole story and other PR speak like that that technically gives them cover. But in the rest of America where you and I live, we still hold the idea that not telling the whole truth is still a lie.
So here's the proof. Below are two ads. Both of them show Joe Soptic. Here's the kicker: in the first ad, Soptic is featured telling part of his story -- but after he's 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.
The second ad is the pro-Obama super PAC ad:
Additionally, and I find this hilarious, below are two screen shots from each video. It appears Mr. Soptic is wearing the SAME SHIRT in each video:
Now if I were a conspiracy theorist I would say that it could be both videos were cut from the same interview and that Soptic only made some minor changes to the lighting and background (and took his glasses off) to make it look different. But I'm not going to say that. Nope. I'd rather just settle on the fact that the guy has a favorite shirt.
But here's the real kicker (with a tip of the hat to the folks over at Hot Air). The Obama administration went on CNN yesterday claiming again to not really kinda sorta know all of this Soptic gentelman's story. But the same spokeswoman that's spewing that claim, Stephanie Cutter, unfortunately hosted a conference call featuring Soptic earlier this year:
Are you sick of the lies yet? And if you know anyone that still has faith in this administration, send them this story. If this doesn't do it, I'm not sure what will.