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The Deconstruction of the Democrat Lie

LonesomePolecat Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 12:08 PM
You know I had forgotten about the Hitler quote. But it is the con-man's motto. If you are going to lie, you may as well make it BIG. Baron Von Münchhausen did so well with that approach that he had a psychosis named after him -- more commonly known as Münchhausen by proxy. I now see a whole string of sub-categories: Münchhausen by Obama, Münchhausen by Pelosi, Münchhausen by Reid, and a real big one .... Münchhausen by Wasserman-Schiltz. I could go on ......

Lying doesn’t seem to mean the same thing that it did when I was growing up.  As a kid, I was taught to always tell the truth or there would be hell to pay.   All of the kids I grew up with were told the story of George Washington chopping down the cherry tree and his famous words, “I cannot tell a lie.” 

What happened?  When did lying become second nature without a single tinge of guilt attached?  It struck me this week that there is no distinction between lies and truths anymore. I’ve seen it...

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