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Norah O’Donnell Compares Paul Ryan’s Marathon Misstatement to Al Gore’s Internet Claim

homernoble Wrote: Sep 10, 2012 1:30 PM
The Obama administration illegally subordinated taxpayers to newer investors like Obama crony bundler George Kaiser. Taxpayers were told to go to the back of the line, far enough back in the line not to get any reimbursement on the half-billion dollars Obama threw at Solyndra. That's what you call free enterprise? That's what you call competitiveness? That's what you call investment when the facility was sold for 30 cents on the dollar? American free enterprise is in business to make money. The Obama Politburo is in it to trash America's economy and reward their cronies in the ruling elite. You are the same uninformed blowhard that you were when you used the "Pathetic" Liberal moniker. BTW, why did you change your moniker?

Today on Face the Nation, Norah O’Donnell interviewed vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan. At the end of the interview, rather than asking him one last question about any of the pressing problems facing our country (and it’s not like there aren’t enough to choose from) she chose the completely-irrelevant-to-anything-going-on-in-this-world marathon time. And to top it all off, she believed a sound comparison was Al Gore saying he invented the internet. How nice.

The man misspoke, he acknowledged the error and has a perfectly understandable reason for making it. Of course, as Ryan acknowledges in the interview, it’s just another...

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