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Obama's Stump Speech Myths

nhurston Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 4:00 PM
I did prove him wrong. See my post about his incorrect statement regarding the Illinois State Senate Election. Also, my point in this particular post thread (as was that of the original poster) was that Brent gave no citation or examples for his points. Particularly amusing was: "Obama also refuses to admit the failure of the "stimulus," claiming in one passage, "I do want to rebuild our roads and our bridges" because it would "put a lot of people back to work -- and that's good for the entire economy." Except, it's demonstrably not true." --> How Brent? How is it "demonstrably not true?" Brent is the one making assertions in this article, but he has no ability to back it up.
Barack Obama has trouble telling the truth.

This is the man who admitted his memoir "Dreams from My Father" was semifictional. "For the sake of compression, some of the characters that appear are composites of people I've known, and some events appear out of precise chronology." Translation: On some pages, I'm taking poetic license with the facts to burnish my image.

The problem is, Obama's still using poetic license. So where are the reporters to point out when he doesn't tell the truth? Let's take just one typical Obama stump speech, on July 5 in Sandusky, Ohio, and look for the...