Awesomely brutal GOP ad slams Stephanie Cutter for moving her lips


How do you know Obama’s deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter is lying?

@verumserum @stefcutter Not surprising that Stefcutter would lie. Truth seems to escape her speech any time her lips move.

— Sweeten Tweets (@suitebee) August 8, 2012

Yep, until she masters the art of ventriloquism, the moving lips are a sure sign Cutter is makin’ stuff up. And really, isn’t that pretty much the number one qualification for Team Obama employees?

Of course Stephanie Cutter is lying… that's what she gets paid to do, no? – What Else?:

— Aaron Gardner (@Aaron_RS) August 9, 2012

Like the rest of Team Obama, Cutter shamelessly feigned ignorance of the story former steelworker Joe Soptic told about his wife’s illness in this week’s Priorities USA ad. You know, the despicable Obama super PAC ad that falsely linked Soptic’s wife’s death to GOP candidate Mitt Romney.

“I don’t know the facts of when Joe Soptic’s wife got sick or when she died,” Cutter told CNN.

But of course, Cutter was intimately familiar with the details, having used him as a campaign prop on a conference call earlier this year. She even thanked him for “sharing his experiences.” Not only that, the campaign featured Soptic in two ads.

Cutter’s rank dishonesty is captured in a beautifully executed new ad from the Republican National Committee that asks, “What else are they lying about?”

Caught. Out. There.

In fact, Cutter is so caught out there, she appears to have fled from Twitter in shame.

Why you gotta lie @StefCutter why you gotta lie?! #StopLyingSTEF!!

— el Sooper (@SooperMexican) August 9, 2012

Hey, it’s kinda her thing. Though she probably didn’t count on getting caught in her brazen lie.

Bet @StefCutter always wanted to be famous, too bad she achieved that goal with an "in" in front of it #FireLiarStef

— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) August 9, 2012


I think this web video by the @gop may leave a mark in Chitown. What else are they lying about?

— Rick Wiley (@rick_wiley) August 9, 2012

Yep, that one’s gonna leave a mark on the Chicago machine. Especially if the RNC takes this Twitter user’s advice:

Excellent ad from the RNC. This ad should be on TV asap:

— Heather (@hmfearny) August 9, 2012

Make it happen!