The Obama Campaign Is Unwilling to Disavow 'Cancer' Ads

The Obama campaign just will not retract their despicable ads accusing presumptive nominee Mitt Romney for the death of a former employee's wife from cancer. Even when called on it, they won't say it was wrong, a lie and still won't say whether Obama approves of the SuperPAC's ad.

We all know he very much approves of it. anyone with any decency at all would disavow such nonsense.

Watch how David Axelrod on ABC's "This Week" won't say if Barack Obama condemns the controversial "Cancer" SuperPAC ad by Priorities USA.

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Appearing on "Fox News Sunday," DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz denies she knows political affiliation of Obama's endorsed Super PAC run by his former deputy press secretary Bill Burton.

And here's the media darling CBS refusing to confront the Obama campaign's Deputy Campaign Manager Stephanie Cutter when she outright lied about not knowing anything about the ad at all on "Meet The Press."

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