Get the facts on Mitt Romney, Big Oil, and the Koch Brothers False Ads to Deceive Americans

Early on I told everyone that would listen that this election would likely be the nastiest. The Right is really a dying breed and in said desperation must resort to plausible sounding blatant lies to convince Americans to vote against their own interest and financial well-being.

The mainstream media does a poor job of calling out fallacies because in a corporatist society they fear losing advertising dollars for being too hard on their sponsors. The only avenue for truth is you. When you get or find corroborated and truthful blogs, emails, tweets please re-tweet them, email them, and blog them to your friends and families (your sphere of influence).

When those that have pilfered the middle class realize that Americans given valid information vote appropriately you would have neutralized their venom and power. One important aside: This requires that we fight to keep the Internet open.


imageThis one couldn’t wait for the tipsheet — I need your help getting a few important facts out about a negative ad that is so blatantly false, the Washington Post said the "erroneous" attacks were made "without any shame."
The ad was created by Mitt Romney’s Big Oil allies, "Americans for Prosperity," and they just launched it in some important battleground states.
I want to make sure you have all the facts you need about it, so I recorded a quick video here in the office. Can you watch it, then, more importantly, share it with your friends?

Here’s something else the Washington Post had to say: "There is no excuse for these kinds of ads, which take facts out of context or simply invent them."
We’re going to call these groups out each and every time we see ads like this, which means that as the pace of the campaign picks up, you’ll be hearing from me and others even more regularly about how you can help spread the word.
Thanks in advance for everything you’re doing to fight for the truth.
– Stephanie
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