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Once a Critic of Deficits, Obama Now Goes for Broke

gungy Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 12:17 PM
No dictator ever seized power and demogogued the people successfully without being a total hypocrite and a total liar.
loadstar Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 12:39 PM
Joseph Goebbels famously opined that if you are going to tell lies, tell BIG lies-- because they are more likely to be believed!

The ObaMessiah and his minions (Axelrod, Cutter, Plouffe, Burton, et al) practice this continually!

Benghazi-gate is just standard operating procedure for them...lie to the public because that is the Obama M.O. It is simply Chicago Political Mafia Style politics writ large.
Dyadd Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 12:51 PM
I think Hitler was pretty up front about his plan in that book he wrote long before he was elected.

Of course they all lie in office.
Jerome49 Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 1:54 PM
Speaking of Benghazi-gate, remember just prior to the election how Obama kept refusing to answer any questions about the Benghazi massacre of our Ambassador and three other Americans, saying only that all questions would be answered AFTER the investigation. It is apparent to me that this "investigation" will be about as revealing as the "investigation" into Fast & Furious. I'm sure all this will be cleared up when HIllary testifies. (You should live so long.)
loadstar Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 2:18 PM
But hey, our trusty watchdog media will do their jobs, won't they?!

NEVER has the press so abdicated their stated obligation of seeking the inconvenient truths. They are shamefully, yet shamelessly also, in the tank for the ObaMessiah!
Dyadd Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 12:31 PM
Sulla was pretty up front.
"You don't have to be a deficit hawk to be disturbed by the growing gap between revenues and expenses," said Sen. Barack Obama during a Nov. 3, 2005, debate on the Senate floor. At the time, Obama had been a senator for less than a year and the federal budget deficit was in fact shrinking, from $248 billion in fiscal 2006 to $160 billion in fiscal 2007. Still, Obama seemed deeply concerned about the deficit, and he appeared to believe it when he said the only way to close the shortfalls was to force Congress to pay for what it...