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Obama's Stump Speech Myths

Allan41 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 7:37 AM
Keep your eyes on the ball people. The 2010 elections saw 190 + local and state wins for republicans. The Tea Party made a bigger difference than anyone sees now. Future elections years down the road will reflect this. Hang in there guys and gals, the far left knows this and is very afraid, hence the class warfare distraction. They are not dumb. They see unions get hammered, know the American people still don't like the healthcare law, and have nothing left but distractions. And... Remember one more important thing. Presidents don't set economic policy, congress does. And this current president let congress run wild. We have seen an end to that already, with more to come thanks to grass roots support from the Tea Party again
Dan107 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 7:47 AM
We're not being distracted by their weak attempts to defend the indefensible. We're not distracted by their attempts to blow smoke across their actions in hopes that our views of their progressive behaviours go unseen.
Barack Obama has trouble telling the truth.

This is the man who admitted his memoir "Dreams from My Father" was semifictional. "For the sake of compression, some of the characters that appear are composites of people I've known, and some events appear out of precise chronology." Translation: On some pages, I'm taking poetic license with the facts to burnish my image.

The problem is, Obama's still using poetic license. So where are the reporters to point out when he doesn't tell the truth? Let's take just one typical Obama stump speech, on July 5 in Sandusky, Ohio, and look for the...