Well, now we know why you usually ask 1-line questions rather than putting forth any opinions of your own.<quoted text>
Obama is the President now. He and his administration are "in charge". They are the ones that need to answer for the lies regarding the cause and non response to Benghazi. Who's lying with regards to repealing Obamacare. It may not happen, but it doesn't mean anyone is lying for trying to do so. Do you really want to compare the lies of the Bush years against the Obama years? I don't think so. The group of Democrats who voted in favor of the Iraq War includes some very powerful figures, such as: Hillary Clinton, Obama's Secretary of State; Joe Biden, Obama's Vice President; Tom Daschle, Obama's Secretary of Health and Human Services; John Kerry, Democratic Presidential Nominee 2004, and Harry Reid, Senate Majority Leader. If supporting the war shows a "lack of judgment" (as Obama said) or, if it helps to make Bush the worst president, then Democrats must share part of the stigma they assign to Bush. People that live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. This administration should not have lied, as they have and continue to do so regarding Benghazi.
Heck I was all for the Iraq war as a necessity when it was presented, as it was presented.
On March 24th, 2002 Dick Cheney went on CNN and told the American Citizens that Saddam "is actively pursuing nuclear weapons at this time."
He did fail to mention that the CIA was told by an investigator that "there's no indication that Iraq is buying yellowcake." or that French intelligence shared this with US intelligence regarding yellowcake purchases: "We told the Americans,'Bullshit. It doesn't make any sense,'" says French official.
In August 2002 Cheney shared with us "There is no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction. There is no doubt he is amassing them to use against our friends…and against us." - even though he had no more intelligence than what was previously mentioned.
Why would Cheney lie to America? Maybe because of this 1998 comment he made: "The good Lord didn't see fit to put oil and gas only where there are democratically elected regimes friendly to the United States."—Halliburton CEO Cheney
It's also interesting to note that during "Dubya's" first security meeting upon entering office in January 2001 he had this to say:
Saddam's removal is top item of Bush's inaugural national security meeting. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill later recalls, "It was all about finding a way to do it. The president saying,'Go find me a way to do this.'"
America was lied to. We went into Iraq on false premises.