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Yep! Many of us took notice of all the tripe Obama was selling in 2007-08 and have called him out again and again on the lies, distortions and failed promises that define this regime.

Here’s what Obama said on July 3, 2008:

YouTube: Obama calls Bush "unpatriotic" for RUNNING UP DEBT!

Oh, I’ve been alerted byone of my main tormenters critics that he refuses to click my links because he’s afraid of where they might take him. :-D

How convenient! I always say how facts have no impact on leftists and how they always resort to sticking their heads in the ground when confronted with truth.

Therefore … I’ve taken the trouble to transcribe Obama’s comments at the campaign event in Fargo, N.D. here for anyone afraid to click his/her mouse:

I’m assuming you can read if you’ve gotten this far. ;-)

“The problem is … is that the way Bush has done it over the last eight years is to take out a credit card from the Bank of China in the name of our children, driving up our national debt from $5 trillion dollars for the first 42 presidents … number 43 added $4 trillion dollars by his lonesome, so that we now have over $9 trillion dollars of debt that we are going to have to pay back … $30,000 for every man, woman and child.” - Barack Obama - July 3, 2008

Got it?

Can you say “hypocrite”?

Actually, Bush didn’t raise the debt by that much “by his lonesome” and it really wasn’t that much, and he did have to deal with 9-11, 2 wars, and the massive destruction of the Gulf Coast by Katrina and Rita.

Granted, Bush let Congress spend too much by not using the veto (remember he wanted to reach across the aisle and give the Democrats virtually everything they wanted) but Obama has blown out those moderate deficits with a massive spending binge engineered by him and the Democrat Congress that had SUPER-MAJORITIES in both houses rendering any Republican opposition totally neutered.

And he is not finished … promising annual TRILLION DOLLAR DEFICITS for years to come by the installation of his massive left-wing agenda.

But it’s the TEA Party’s fault, don’t you know?

And we’re extremists, they say - terrorists, hostage takers, bigots and racists who want children to starve and old people to die and the environment to be poisoned.

And they accuse us of incivility to boot.

You have to wonder if that Earthquake and hurricane heading up the Atlantic seaboard just might be karmic justice (that’s a joke).

Although I’ve heard more than one person say that Earthquake really is Bush’s … fault.

"Fault" … get it?

Come on, folks, it’s been almost 3 years since Obama was mesmerizing everyone with, as I described in November, 2008, the never-ending campaign. Looks I was on the mark again … as usual - much to my never-ending critics‘ chagrin.

But really, you have to wake up sometime, right?


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Aug. 26th, 2011 12:58 am (UTC)
The best used lie is a misused truth
I never click on blind links, even from my ol Mum.

I feel privileged to be cast as one of your "main (tormenters) critics". I do so with a wink and a smile.

OF course you miss-characterize this act of security as I have been the victim of a hack due to a friend's account sending me a malicious link inadvertently. No, no; it can only be "sticking my head in the sand" because it HAS to be a reaction to the unknown content.

There goes my spleen again. I shall have to resort to a recorded laugh track if this keeps up.

All you have to do is let me know what I am clicking into for the most part.

As for this all being Bush's fault, well... that can't be (not entirely) as he was 8 years out of office by the time Junior came in. As for Junior, well, even YOU SAID that EVERYONE knows that the problems (and economies - as that was the conversation of the moment)of any administration were caused by the previous admin as it takes time for the issues to catch up. OK, I am paraphrasing - because I am too busy to go back and look it up. You said this late in Junior's second questionably legitimate term in office after a comment on how poorly he was handling the economy post 9-11. When I suggested that after four or five years he pretty much owns it, you proceeded to blame every (but only liberal) legislative and executive branch elected or appointed official you could think of from the last 30 years and said it was ALL THEM.

If that discussion is true of Junior it is true of the new guy. Plus - your guy's problems occurred AFTER he took office, this one's started BEFORE.

For a person who claims to have so much disagreement with Junior you sure do seem to idolize him an awful lot.
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