I Told You He Would Lie

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I’ll admit that it wasn’t a prediction fitting of Nostradamus, but only because if you’ve spent any time observing Barack Obama, you knew before he uttered his first syllable that much of what he would say would be lies.  The simple truth is that he can’t run on his record, apart from giving the go-order to take out Osama bin Laden, but then again, as others have pointed out, 99.9% of Americans wouldn’t have hesitated either. Nevertheless, the Associated Press has their fact-check of President Obama’s speech, and it’s littered with inaccuracies, but I don’t think AP catches everything.  After all, there is something disgusting about this Marxist president quoting Lincoln on government only doing that which its people can’t do better for themselves. The problem is, Barack Obama doesn’t believe there is anything that the people can do better for themselves.

You know all too well that some of the biggest lies are those made by omission, and Obama’s failure to discuss frankly the state of our economy is illustrative of that fact. In prattling on for sixty-five minutes about his 2012 wish-list, but failing to present any real agenda, he made only vague references to the state of the economy, and he spent no time explaining details.  What was supposed to be a non-political speech turned out to be nothing else but a political diatribe.   Time to go home, Mr. Obama.

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6 Responses to I Told You He Would Lie

  1. One of the items that stood out to me was his intent to by-pass congress as much as he deemed necessary to get his agenda in place. I wonder how much more of the Constitution and Bill of Rights he will shred determining they are of no consequence.

  2. hey_sherm says:

    Obama continues his promise of Utopia, but there's a silver lining i'm seeing. After the speech on fox was a focus group of 27 people 15 of them voted for Obama and half of 15 weren't falling for Obamas rhetoric any longer.

  3. C.A. Bamford says:

    Dave, I am continuing to study the candidates, and track truthfulness and origins of claims about their records.
    You said above that Newt was "full of himself" in the same way as Obama, and then added that he was the same in other ways too. I'm not particularly interested in personality traits, but would like to hear what "the other ways" are that you refer to if they are issues pertaining to his political beliefs or record.
    Appreciate it if you have the time to give us the specifics.