His lips are moving used to be the stock answer. These days, the sure fire way to know is to see (D) after his name, as in Harry Reid (D).
The Democrats seem to be in competition with each other to see who can tell the most outrageous lie aimed a Mitt Romney’s reputation. The factually-challenged ad from the pro-Obama super PAC that implied that Mitt Romney somehow cause a woman’s death from cancer is even more scurrilous that Harry Reid’s tax accusations.
Aside from the facts that the woman had health insurance from her own job for a couple of years after her husband was laid off from a company that Mitt Romney had left a year or so before the layoff and aside from the fact that the woman died after not seeking treatment under her own insurance, does it make any sense to try to claim that Mitt Romney caused her cancer?
Stacy McCain is calling the Democrats “The Party of Lies.”
The Democrats who put the ad together knew this. They knew that the steelworker’s wife died many years after her husband got laid off — and that Mitt Romney had nothing to do with him being laid off, anyway — and they just didn’t care, because, hey, they’re Democrats. They are full-time professional liars. It’s who they are. It’s what they do.
But the bogus cancer ad isn’t all. It seems that the liars are just getting started.