And that is how slimy Obama's Super PAC is.
UPDATE: CNN has the back story to the ad. It turns out that the deceased wife had health care from her job after the husband lost his job.Allahpundit sums up the total bogosity of the ad.
Question: Knowing what we know now about the timeline of all this, what’s left of the accusation in the original smear ad? What is it, precisely, that Bain is being faulted for doing or not doing? They shouldn’t have closed down the plant because … it was unfair to expect the workers who were laid off to ever find new jobs with insurance? It was negligent not to predict that some workers’ wives might get laid off too and wouldn’t find a new job for years before they became ill? There appears to be no actual policy or business critique here. It’s just a string of events spread over five whole years, with certain key data omitted, and you’re supposed to infer causation without really being told why or how. This is what the Unicorn Prince has come to after promising four years ago to heal America or whatever. Perfect.It's a terribly sad story, but how is it Romney's fault? We've gone from Harry Reid repeating baseless attacks from anonymous rumormongers who would have had no possible way to know the details of Romney's tax filings to an Obama Super PAC piling innuendo on top of an elided timeline to accuse Mitt Romney of causing a woman to die of cancer. You would think that the Super PAC, knowing what an incendiary ad they were making, would have checked and double-checked the story. But they just don't care. All that matters is the allegation, not the truth.
And of course there isn't a word of criticism from any of the Democratic Party's leaders. And I bet we'll never hear a word of condemnation for his own side's sleazy tactics from the Lightworker President. Well, what would you expect from a guy who got his start in national politics by benefiting from the leaking of his opponent's divorce papers?