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The Real 'War on Women'

b_niles57 Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 11:00 AM
Nicely taken out of context. He was talking about a specific romantic relationship he had with a woman in which racial issues proved difficult to overcome. He wasn't issuing some sort of overarching racial proclamation. I guess you also believe the Romney add showing Obama saying 'If we keep talking about the economy, we’re going to lose' without the ever important lead in... "Sen. McCain's campaign actually said, and I quote,"
John192 Wrote: Jun 11, 2012 2:08 AM
What about Obama saying, "The private sector is doing fine"? That is a direct quote. The context: Obama held a press conference to bemoan the fact that the government isn't hiring as many people as he would like! That is why he said that the private sector is doing fine (a blatant lie), because he wants an excuse to tax and tax and tax them some more.
b_niles57 Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 3:03 PM
Misquote? The Romney Ad was his first national campaign ad against Obama, and he somehow...oops, FORGOT that the quote meant actually the opposite of what he made it out to be? You have to be kidding me? Misquote? Try full-blown out an out intentional lie.
rightmostofthetime Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 1:23 PM
Let's see ..... Was that the composite girlfriend relationship, in which Obama combined his various concerns about race into one fictitious relationship?
REBEL1865 Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 12:41 PM
Geez, you found the one misquote by a conservative as compared to the millions spewed 28 hours a day by you progressive morons! You win the hypocrite prize! Congratulations!
Among the people who are disappointed with President Obama, none has more reason to be disappointed than those who thought he was going to be "a uniter, rather than a divider" and that he would "bring us all together."

It was a noble hope, but one with no factual foundation. Barack Obama had been a divider all his adult life, especially as a community organizer, and he had repeatedly sought out and allied himself with other dividers, the most blatant of whom was the man whose church he attended for 20 years, Jeremiah Wright.

Now, with his...