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CNN: Obama Super PAC ad slamming Romney is "heart-wrenching... But it's not accurate."

The Priorities USA Super PAC ad that implicates Republican candidate Mitt Romney's business background in the death of a woman who lost her health insurance isn't accurate, according to CNN.

"It's a heart-wrenching story, but it's not accurate," said CNN White House correspondent Brianna Keilar.

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whasup

Well ... nobody who is sane expects our current President--the Distorter-in-Chief--to actually tell the truth.

Obama's problem is that he didn't focus on the economy--you know, finding a way to create jobs--and instead went for the health care program.

If we, the little people, have jobs, then we can eat and pay for other essentials.

What good is having health care if we are starving, losing our homes, and can't find work?

That health care thingy only might keep us alive longer to contemplate our own misery.

Mcdorman Fuqua

Obama won again as the President of the United States. This would be his second term. I disagree with you, Whasup. Of course, he focuses on the economy because if he's not then the United States is now suffering. But as you can see now, it is very progressive. Lots of people were given a chance to get a job. I guess you're just envy because people adore him.

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