Joe Soptic: Anti-Romney steelworker admits Bain Capital offered him a buyout

By | August 8, 2012

Well, well, well… the truth comes out! Mr. Soptic got caught in a big ole stinky lie! Not only does he finally admit that Bain Capital offered him a buyout when he lost his job, but Mr. Soptic’s wife actually died five years after the plant closed down. This was in 2006. Then there’s the issue that Mitt Romney left Bain Capital in 1999- SEVEN YEARS before Mr. Stopic’s wife died!

According to Business Insider, Mr. Soptic’s wife was not insured by Bain Capital, but was instead insured by Savers Thrift Store, her employer. Mrs. Soptic was laid off from her job in 2002 or 2003, and at that time lost her health insurance.

So Mr. Soptic’s sad, pitiful story about him losing his job had absolutely nothing to do with his wife losing her job, which in turn meant she lost her insurance. Therefore, Mitt Romney has absolutely no connection with the death of Mrs. Soptic.

Liar, liar, pants on fire, Mr. Soptic! You should be ashamed of yourself, exploiting your wife’s death!


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One thought on “Joe Soptic: Anti-Romney steelworker admits Bain Capital offered him a buyout

  1. BC

    It is amazing what you will come up with if you stay up a while

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