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Obama's Stump Speech Myths

Tammy125 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 3:17 PM
Wow, I always find it amusing that liberals always try to excuse bad behavior by trying to point out other bad behavior, even if it isn't true. Generally it is because they are unable to frame a logical agrument.
nhurston Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 2:43 PM
Care to share with us where you got your information? If you look through my comments you will see where I cited my sources to debunk Bozell.
csadowski Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 11:57 AM
I looked up source material and Bozell is correct I suggest you do the same !!!
Psyop85 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 4:16 PM
No way to support the left candidate so the only option left is to to attack the one not mentioned anywhere in the article.
nhurston Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 3:29 PM
I find it amusing how far conservatives are willing to stretch circumstances and omit contextual factors to make actions seem like bad behavior. And then there's the outright lying (eloquently dubbed "historical revision") that goes on in this article. Don't you think it is suspect that Brent provides no source material or supporting figures for any of his assertions. He could literally tell you anything he wants, and I get the sense you would eat it right up as gospel. It's shameful and sad.
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...