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So which one of those is a lie?Now let's see if you can be truthful, shall we?Do we really "know" that Obama "knew" that there was no reactionary mob?Not a lie until we can prove that.We do know that Romney "knew" that Chrysler wasn't moving ANY Jeep production to China. Romney's ad was NOT accurate. Adding a new production line is not "moving" anything. And Romney knew this. And he ran the ad. A lie.
I'm being serious. What did he lie about? Go ahead. Educate me. In all seriousness perhaps I've missed something that's been in the news recently, or even something that hasn't been in the news that shows some proof, and not merely an accusation. In which case I'll humbly concede the point.
What exactly did Obama lie about with regard to Benghazi? Please elaborate. Oh! The emails that New Gingrich was talking about! Now there's a reliable source. I bet those emails will be released any day now... But without those mythical emails, there is no lie (unless there are no emails after all). Just a failed smear campaign.
Because we all know... Europe is such a terrible place to live and work in, especially those Socialist countries like Denmark and the Netherlands! I've lived in the US. I've lived in Europe. I've lived for 17 years in a place with non means-tested free healthcare, no guns, heavily subsidized housing and budget surpluses. And let me tell you, it's clear where the people are the least happy. It's clear which nations are on the downturn.
This. Greece shows evidence that austerity doesn't work, and you guys can't handle that, so you say the Greece policy isn't really austerity.Every news source in the world links Greece with austerity. Look at what they have done in Greece. They have slashed budgets 75%. Doesn't get much more austere than that.
Christ, it's undeniable that the Greek way has been multiple times more austere than other European solutions. Remember Ireland? They were in financial turmoil as well, at the same time Greece was. Greece went the austerity path, and Ireland went the Keynesian path. Greece has been a major clusterfuck, and Ireland has been notably successful. Greece went austere enough to cause rioting and people who can't buy food, and you're saying greece's failure is that it didn't go...
On the contrary, this proves that the Democrats are not simply rubber-stamping the President's policies. They are not acting in a hyperpartisan manner.
No other president has had to. No other president has had an opposition party that made a public vow to obstruct. No other president has had to face a strict party opposition the way Obama is.It's so convenient that the Republicans get to act in the most horrendous hyperpartisan way ever in political history, and then blame the president for not working with them. But that's exactly what happened. Obama could present the most beautiful piece of legislation in history, one...
But surely all that money will "trickle down" to the masses from the media that benefited directly from the spending, right? Republicans can just look at this as a supply-side stimulus, akin to a tax break for the rich media companies. Right? RIGHT?
  LOL. Don't expect to get an honest response from him. He's just had his ass (or at least part of it) handed to him on a platter showing exactly how gullible he is, and he's in denial mode.
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