Just a few of the blatent lies from our current commander and chief during the debates:<quoted text>
That's really hilarious coming from someone who's shilling for the most mendacious individual ever to seek the presidency and his equally dishonest running mate.
In Tuesday's debate he came up with a whole new lie in that he actively sought qualified women after he was elected governor and as a result of that request received "binders full of women". The group that gave him this list of women, MassGAP, made it up well before the election and presented it to him when he was elected. He never requested this information.
But that's only one of several falsehoods he spewed during the latest debate.
10. "I told you I would cut taxes for middle-class families, and I did. I told you Id cut taxes for small businesses, and I have." President Barack Obama has made this claim repeatedly during the campaign, but it is not true, as even the liberal Huffington Post acknowledges.
7. "I want to make sure our timekeepers are working here." For the third debate in a row, the Democratic candidate complained that he was not receiving as much time to speak as the Republican. And for the third debate in a row, the Obama/Biden ticket actually spoke for longer--much longer--than the Romney/Ryan ticket,
5. "You can ship jobs overseas and get tax breaks for it." We have heard the same lie for eight years from Obama. In 2004, he ran for U.S. Senate from Illinois on a promise to end such tax breaks. He did it again when he ran for President of the United States in 2008. And yet he has never done anything about it--because there are no such tax breaks.
4. "And the production is up....What youre saying is just not true." Obama contested a claim by Romney that production of oil and gas is down on federal lands. He even accused Romney of not telling the truth. But Romney was right--exactly right, down to the percentage decline.
1. "He did call it an act of terror." The worst untruth told by a moderator in presidential history. Candy Crowley's intervention in favor of Obama caused the president's cheering section to burst into applause, in violation of the rules, and there was little that Romney could say in response. But she was wrong--Obama's reference to "acts of terror" in his Sep. 12 statement was in a general, abstract sense, and came long after he had described the 9/11 attacks on U.S. diplomatic missions as demonstrations against an anti-Islamic video. Even Crowley seemed to realize what she had done: it wasn't long before she walked back her own comment.