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Do Democrats Own The Terms 'Racism" and "Lying"?

jimmylynn Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 8:00 AM
Obama's lash out at John McCain when he said "Let me just make this point, John, because we are not campaigning anymore. The election's over." was the most blatant example of his partisan position without compromise. And even today after four years of locking Republicans out of the process or shooting down anything that Republicans want to pass by blocking it in the Senate or vetoing in in the White House....the liberal Press still allows him to lie when he pushes the idea that the Republican House is blocking progress or solutions to this country's problems. It's simply astounding.
jimmylynn Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 8:04 AM
McCain: ....there is a big category that the people ...across this country are deeply concerned about. And that’s not just the product that we are examining today... but the process we’ve gone through to reach that. ..both of us ...promised change in Washington. In fact, eight times you said that negotiations on health care reform would be conducted with the C-Span cameras..... Unfortunately, this product was not produced in that fashion. It was produced behind closed doors. It was produced with

OBAMA: Let me just make this point, John, because we are not campaigning anymore. The election's over.

McCAIN: I'm reminded of that every day.

Democrats have run a number on Republicans.

They have skillfully captured certain words in the American lexicon and redefined them, applying Democrat-themed meanings for the specific purpose of cowing Republicans into silence and submission. I have watched the escalation of this vocabulary abuse for almost a decade, and I am sorry to say, this particular Democrat scheme is working.

Republicans seem afraid to speak the unvarnished truth about Democrat party leaders for fear of reprisals in the mainstream media, an organization that has repeatedly proved that it is indisputably in the tank for Barack Obama.

What are Republicans...