Southern Man

Monday, November 04, 2013

In His Own Words

James Carville says that the president's words could have been more nuanced. The New York Times said that he "misspoke." According to Senator Diane Feinstein, what he really meant was that you could keep your plan until ObamaCare became law.

Well, judge for yourself.

And it turns out that according to this article in the Washington Post that the President's advisors knew - knew - that this statement wasn't true and advised significant revision or deletion. And the President chose to ignore their advice. That's not "nuanced" or "misspeaking." The President of the United States lied, deliberately, and continuously - on twenty-four separate occasions - about a central feature of his signature legislation. And Carville and Feinstein and the New York Times and the rest of the Democrat party apparatchiki (including, judging from her Facebook posts, Southern Sister) will continue to defend those lies. Well, it ought to make the political small talk around the Thanksgiving dinner table interesting...


At Tuesday, November 05, 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

u don't know what ur talking about, all of those are out of cotext. get a life southern man the prez knows what hes doing.


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