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WOW ...EVEN LIBERAL BASTIONS LIKE CNN AND NPR ARE HAVING TO ADMIT THAT A LOT OF THOSE MAJOR DEMOCRAT CONVENTION TALKING POINTS WERE BOGUS

It's all stuff I've been repeating for YEARS but it's startling that these news outlets are actually admitting the truth!

Maybe they are getting a little concerned that their images have been tarnished beyond repair and are attempting random acts of reporting to lure back viewer, listeners, and readers fed up with fake news and news outlets that ignore news that harms their side.

Take that bogus claim of consecutive months of "job growth".

As CNN reported after "fact-checking" here:

http://www.cnn.com/2012/09/05/politics/fact-check-obama-jobs/index.html?hpt=hp_c1

there are about 1,000,000 FEWER people working than were when Obama took office and the "new jobs" are not equal in quality to the jobs that were lost.

Michele Obama and Julian Castro get 4 Pinocchios from me.

NPR, as left-leaning as it gets reported another liberal organization PolitiFact's initial findings that Democrats played fast and loose with the facts:

Among the problems it found:

— "The keynote speaker and others claimed the Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, would raise taxes on the 'middle class.' He has promised he won't. Democrats base their claim on a study that doesn't necessarily lead to that conclusion."

— "A Democratic governor said Romney 'left his state 47th out of 50 in job growth.' Actually, Massachusetts went from 50th in job creation during Romney's first year to 28th in his final year."

— "Multiple speakers repeated a claim that the Ryan/Romney Medicare plan would cost seniors $6,400 a year. That's a figure that applied to Ryan's 2011 budget plan, but his current proposal (the one Romney embraces) is far more generous."

— "Rep. James Clyburn engaged in partisan myth-making when he said 'Democrats created Social Security' while Republicans 'cursed the darkness.' History records strong bipartisan support in both House and Senate for the measure President Roosevelt signed in 1935."

Sen. Clyburn also failed to note that the Democrat Party was the party of slavery and the KKK and that it was primarily the Republican Party that fought that and was instrumental in passing the Civil rights Act/

But of course we all knew this and more because Obama CANNOT run on his actual record and must create an imaginary image of unicorns, rainbows, and lollipops falling from the sky for the delight of all ... the same old liberal laundry list of goodies for everyone.

That and he must smear his opponent and the people who support him as bigots, racists, throwbacks, and the evil rich who want old people, women, children, and small animals to die so they can save $200,000 in taxes.

It's a campaign for morons.

Meanwhile Obama HAS supported infanticide and the Democrats want taxpayers to pay for unlimited abortions up to (and apparently beyond) nine months. And they tag this policy with the vague and harmless title of "reproductive rights".

Oh, and did you see?

God is officially persona non grata in the Democrat Party Platform now.

But a Democrat-sanctioned Islamic event (Jumah) took place Sunday although the speakers (who profess radical irrational beliefs like Jesus being a Muslim, the need for Shriah Law in America, and that Muslims are "indigenous" to America) so scared the DNC it scrubbed any reference to the event from the website.

So you see ... it never happened ... in the mainstream media. And if you report it you are a bigot and Islamaphobe.

See how this works?

On a related note, any reference to Jerusalem as being the capitol of Israel has also been scrubbed.

Incidentally, Obama's speech was supposed to be at the Bank of America Stadium ... which is funny because Obama refuses to call the 74,000 seat stadium by its actual name.

The report is that they can't give away the tickets and the unions and astroturf organizations have been trying to bus in people to "occupy" some seats ... at substantial cost to someone.

It doesn't appear to be working so the event will now be moved to a smaller venue indoors. They're claiming concerns over "bad weather and lightning".

Which begs the question ... what are these people worried about with a man who can lower the oceans and calm the seas? These same people were absolutely gleeful when Hurricane Isaac seemed to be threatening the Republican Convention in Tampa ... but was mysteriously steered away in a beeline toward the Democrat-controlled city of New Orleans. *sarcasm*

Maybe you get a little antsy when you tell God to take a hike.

Or do they have second thoughts about the power of guy who (they think) has replaced Him ... the new "Messiah", "The One", the one who hovers over all of us like a divinity and tells us what we should do ... the one with clay feet that is.

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