21 Blatant Obama Lies and Counting

21 Blatant Obama Lies and Counting

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Loyal American

United States

#1 Nov 5, 2013
According to this well-documented blog spot, Obama has blatantly lied only 21 time to our face:

http://www.endalldisease.com/obama-lies/

I think that is a gross underestimate. I do not purposely listen to Obama speeches anymore, but when they are shoved in my face in news clips I hear lies every time I hear him speak.
JWRussell USRN

El Paso, TX

#2 Nov 6, 2013
Loyal American wrote:
According to this well-documented blog spot, Obama has blatantly lied only 21 time to our face:
http://www.endalldisease.com/obama-lies/
I think that is a gross underestimate. I do not purposely listen to Obama speeches anymore, but when they are shoved in my face in news clips I hear lies every time I hear him speak.
This is not a scandal in the traditional sense of scandal. And this is not -- but scandals and problems are a fairly common hallmark of second term presidencies. There's a lot of reasons for that. The president may be feeling very emboldened and verging on cocky/arrogant. The staff -- many of the best staff may have left, or they're exhausted. You've gotten opposition that's just so furious that they haven't won the White House for a second time that they're going to make your life even more miserable.

This has been really -- and I know people are going to call about Benghazi and other things, but this has been really a very -- and the IRS -- this has been a really relatively scandal-free administration, first term and second term.

I particularly agree that this has been a scandal-free administration by and large, and we should appreciate that. I also agree that it's laughable that President Obama is a bystander. I don't think that's truth. He's being very deeply involved in a lot of these programs.

What I do think is there is an insularity problem and that is that the president, as all presidents have done, brought in some terrific people with him from Chicago. He brought the people he trusted, have been with him two campaigns, naturally enough. But what good president have done -- most effective presidents have done have then supplemented those -- that inner circle with heavyweights whom they can look to.
Rocketeer

United States

#3 Nov 7, 2013
JWRussell USRN wrote:
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This is not a scandal in the traditional sense of scandal. And this is not -- but scandals and problems are a fairly common hallmark of second term presidencies. There's a lot of reasons for that. The president may be feeling very emboldened and verging on cocky/arrogant. The staff -- many of the best staff may have left, or they're exhausted. You've gotten opposition that's just so furious that they haven't won the White House for a second time that they're going to make your life even more miserable.
This has been really -- and I know people are going to call about Benghazi and other things, but this has been really a very -- and the IRS -- this has been a really relatively scandal-free administration, first term and second term.
I particularly agree that this has been a scandal-free administration by and large, and we should appreciate that. I also agree that it's laughable that President Obama is a bystander. I don't think that's truth. He's being very deeply involved in a lot of these programs.
What I do think is there is an insularity problem and that is that the president, as all presidents have done, brought in some terrific people with him from Chicago. He brought the people he trusted, have been with him two campaigns, naturally enough. But what good president have done -- most effective presidents have done have then supplemented those -- that inner circle with heavyweights whom they can look to.
For a lawyer, your diction and lack of verisimilitude suck. No wonder you sit all day in a tiny office and perform the duties of a Lateral Arabesque. However as a puppeteer for JWRussell USRN, you do okay, but then pulling the strings on a piece of dead wood doesn't take a rocket scientist.
SJM

United States

#4 Nov 7, 2013
Rocketeer wrote:
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For a lawyer, your diction and lack of verisimilitude suck. No wonder you sit all day in a tiny office and perform the duties of a Lateral Arabesque. However as a puppeteer for JWRussell USRN, you do okay, but then pulling the strings on a piece of dead wood doesn't take a rocket scientist.
Jesusí first miracle was turning water into wine, so itís not so strange that churches are recruiting new members with craft beer.

As NPR reports, a few churches across the nation are offering services with beer, sometimes even having their services in bars.

ďI find the love, I find the support, I find the non-judgmental eyes when I come here, And I find friends that love God, love craft beer,Ē Leah Stanfield, a weekly attendent of Church-in-a-Pub from Fort Worth, Texas told NPR.

Church-in-a-Pub in a Sunday evening service that attracts around 30 to 40 people at the Zio Carlo bar, where attendees order pizza and rounds of pitchers while having a church service, including communion. The bartender Les Bennett told NPR he leaves the bar open to the public, and says that while some bar goers leave when they realize there is a prayer service happening, other strangers will stick around.

A church group from the First Christian Church in Portland, Oregon hold a monthly Saturday night event called Beer & Hymns, where around 100 people attend mass will sipping beer from plastic cups.

The churches say the events are not necessarily permanent, but they are a good way to get people interested in coming to Mass.
JWRussell USRN

United States

#5 Nov 7, 2013
What are the Tea Partiers really angry about? Health care reform, or the fact that it was an African American President and a woman Speaker of the House who pushed through major change?
I look at Obama as a perfect American. The guy went to school, he never broke a law. He did everything right. He raised a wonderful family. Heís a good husband, a good father. I donít think heís ever gotten a speeding ticket. The guy does everything right and these right-wingers are so afraid of him because he happens to be black.
Wet_Neck

El Paso, TX

#6 Nov 7, 2013
Leading Ripofflican candidate Rand Paw is charge with
plagiarism .

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