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April 18, 2008

'Obama' And 'Truth' An Oxymoron

Topics: Political News and commentaries

This definitely isn't "new" news, but just in case you forgot, here's a video proving the ridiculous lies and fabrications of Barack Obama when he attempted to associate himself with the American Civil Rights Struggle during speech at the event commemorating the Selma marches (HT - Naked Emperor News)

The value of revisiting this issue is in helping Americans to realize that when it comes to truth and facts, Obama continues to separate one from the other. This man will say anything to get elected, but the the bottom line Americans must recognize is that someone who lies habitually about objective facts, someone who fabricates a family history, someone who trashes his ancestors and diminishes them with false claims, is not someone that most of us would trust to be in the Oval office.

As the David Brooks writes today at the NYT in his piece titled "How Obama Fell to Earth":

Obama has emerged as a more conventional politician and a more orthodox liberal.

He sprinkled his debate performance Wednesday night with the sorts of fibs, evasions and hypocrisies that are the stuff of conventional politics. He claimed falsely that his handwriting wasn't on a questionnaire about gun control. He claimed that he had never attacked Clinton for her exaggerations about the Tuzla airport, though his campaign was all over it. Obama piously condemned the practice of lifting other candidates' words out of context, but he has been doing exactly the same thing to John McCain, especially over his 100 years in Iraq comment.

Obama also made a pair of grand and cynical promises that are the sign of someone who is thinking more about campaigning than governing.

Related: Obama Misrepresented The Truth

Posted by Richard at April 18, 2008 7:33 AM

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