Obama Lies 7 Times In Under 2 Minutes!
Earlier today, we ran a rather colorful editorial by Dr. Adrian Krieg titled The Dirt! In that editorial Krieg exposes an embarrassing list of character flaws exhibited by America's leading political class. And naturally, Barack Obama doesn't escape the clutches of Krieg's rather venomous pen. He writes:
We could simply not forget our President. After all, he promised us the most open and legitimate administration in history. We got CHANGE instead with the most corrupt, secretive, lying, stonewalling, cover up, scandal-based Presidency - one that exhibits a total disregard of law, the US Constitution and the American Bill of Rights. It is the worst administration in our history. I thought Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush were bad. And they certainly were - they were shysters. But Barack Obama takes the cake. He lied in regards to the Blogo matter, he lies daily on the economy, employment, finance, housing, income and anything else I can think of. In fact, Obama tells so many lies that he can't even remember what he said last week and continuously trips himself up on falsehoods he espoused just the day before.
So we decided to take a quick trip around the 'Net to see if we could find a video that gives some examples of the kind of lies Dr. Krieg credits to Mr. Obama. Lo and behold it didn't take too long to come up with a vast selection from which to choose and we decided this one from his previous presidential campaign might suffice. Hopefully the voting public all get to see "performances" like this one prior to the upcoming 2012 election. Maybe then the voters could do a little character comparison between an actor like Obama and someone with real integrity, like Dr. Ron Paul.
Without further ado, courtesy of The Channel of Liberty, Obama's lies …
Posted by ElitistNot on 10/03/11 12:24 PM
He is a lawyer; I think it is a requirement of the Bar association to be a liar.
Posted by ElitistNot on 10/03/11 12:22 PM
When I was young and asked to go to Disneyland the simple and direct answer from my family was no way are we going to the most child exploitative place on earth. And that was that. My introduction to the real world... the one that exploits people through their guilt, fears, ignorance, desires, etc.
Growing up it always amazed me that we invest so much money, energy and time into building false realities, when we could just spend money, energy and time building real realities that we wanted. Oh, well maybe God will eventually hit the reset button and HumanRace 2.0 will be absent of greed next time around. But this world sucks ass, it didn't start out that way, but people sure turned into a sucking ass place real quick.
Posted by CJM on 09/12/11 08:11 PM
How are his lies *false* when most of us have listened to his rhetoric that included all the above statements? Do you somehow reside under a rock or in a cave where there is no way for any form of media to penetrate your little fortress????? Face it--obama is a pathological liar who cannot remember which lie he told to whom, when he said it, and under what conditions the lies were uttered.
Posted by johnacord on 08/23/11 07:29 AM
Are you nuts or live under a rock? Anyone with an iota of knowledge knows that all of the exposed lies are true and correct.
Posted by johnacord on 08/23/11 07:27 AM
A vast number of American voters will completely disregard the fact that Hussein lied to them, deceived them, scammed them, even cos them their jobs and retirement security. They will do this because they are beneficiaries of the largesse being distributed from Washington. The will only come to their senses when there is no further treasure that can be seized and re-distributed. It is a sad commentary, but democracy has worked all too well. It has become a mobocracy devoted to fun and games
Posted by rob_e3 on 08/16/11 05:22 PM
Oh, that's professional
First you post a video that's nothing but false.
then, you remove the posts that provide the links that *prove* it false, too?
oh so professional of The Daily Bell
Posted by David_Robertson on 08/16/11 09:07 AM
I must be more sceptical or maybe even cynical. I took my family to Disneyland and Disneyworld in the 80's when the children were young and my ONLY impression was of a colourful vacuum cleaner sucking money out of the parents' pockets. It was overwhelmingly phoney and the bonhomie was barely skin deep. UGH!
The children were oblivious to Dad's scepticism and of course had a ball so that made up for it all.
Posted by Pip on 08/15/11 03:44 AM
I wish someone would show Bill Cosby, OBAMA & HIS LIES video. Cosby condemned the poorer African Americans for how they dressed & talked, but they have more honesty in their Rap songs than Obama has in his speeches. Based on Obama's performance, there should NEVER be another Black President of America. Oh! I forgot, he is half caste, maybe if he was BLACK he might be honest. He looks & acts like the hypocrite he is & Americans must NEVER forget the LIES he told them, to get into office.
Posted by cat writer on 08/14/11 11:26 AM
Interesting about Disneyland.
I admire Walt Disney and the organization he created. However, I have not had much interest in spending money on a holiday at a Disneyland.
A few years ago, my niece got an internship to work at Disney World, and I had the chance to visit her at work. Disney does produce a quality product and has a very tight, controlled and controlling organization necessary for essentially a theater company consisting of thousands of people.
Disney's product is fantasy, and incidentally, Walt's own gods, angels, totems or psychological symbols that just happen to coincide with the American vision of itself. We need to remember that to maintain our sanity.
As I previously cited, welfare and welfare states are designed for one purpose, to keep some people installed as Number One. It also fosters irresponsibility and immaturity, removing most challengers. It is hell for adults.
Posted by tsunami on 08/14/11 08:46 AM
Francis Shaeffer was a great man in my opinion. Do not know about "technique of soft prevarication" but do remember something he said when asked if he knew he was going to die tomorrow what was the one thing he would do today? His answer was "plant a tree". Wonderful logic for our economy today.
Many of us if not most understand that we are heading for the abyss but the questiion is "what do we do about it"? In my opinion and my strategy is to buy gold and silver bullion and not tell anybody but salt it away and be prepared to move out of our country rather quickly to someplace with a more
realistic understanding of society and economics.
Posted by tsunami on 08/14/11 08:36 AM
I go to Disneyland. I know in my being that it is not real and based on fairy tales but in my heart I want it to be real and true as it is a warm, fuzzy and generally nice place to be where there is see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.
I also believe that people do not want the truth but rather want the same as Disneyland in their politics and Government. Living in Canada I get to see this first hand. Socialized society, laws, regulations, Health care, pensions etc. etc.
Posted by bob on 08/13/11 07:45 PM
Today, driving my car I was listening to the National Public Radio (NPR) local station. BBC (?) was presenting "the news". Specifically, the discussions were focused on the Iowa Presidential debates.
There was not even a single mentioning of Ron Paul at all. So much for NPR and their intellectual audience. I will not be surprised to see Ron Paul in a harm way. It is pathetic how low NPR has fallen. In my opinion, the entire country is moving to an abyss.
The GOP "straw poll" is still missing. Apparently, the "masters" are not sure what "product" to release. Well, the true results are not a part of the show.
Posted by David_Robertson on 08/13/11 04:57 PM
Thanks Bob for the Stalin quote. I had heard of the electronic voting systems and the problems with them but I didn't know how widespread they were or if they had been rectified. What you are saying then is that these systems are now fully implemented and that the vote will in all likelihood be determined by the ruling elites.
Last time around I know that there were quite a few Ron Paul invigilators at the polling stations and they came up with a few questionable practices. This time I believe they will be out in force and will keep the process honest...I hope.
Posted by robert wheeless on 08/13/11 02:58 PM
Is it just me or does the 'Bummer' remind you of Benito Mussolini giving a speech from a balcony. Same head movements, same arm swings and same jutted-out chin. Same method of lying too, although the Bum may have a slight edge on "II Duce" he still remains "the douche" in my mind.
Posted by bob on 08/13/11 12:38 PM
[Finally as Stalin is reported to have said "I do not care who votes, I only want to count the votes" or words to that effect. It may well be that the vote counting system is also controlled by the establishment. Certainly the candidate selection system is.]
First, Stalin said:"It is not that important how people vote. The important thing is who counts these votes."
The second thing, the US vote counting system went electronic. Consequently, it is quite easy to achieve the "desirable" results. So, do you really trust to Obama or to his handlers the vote counting process? After all, they will be in charge the US vote counting system!
Posted by Zenbillionaire on 08/13/11 04:48 AM
"The American is irresponsible"
No, the American wants to be lied to.
The Daily Bell does a great job of documenting the Administration's incessant bald face lies and I'm sure Dr. Krieg does a fine job of spreading the wealth around and naming names. But the attempt seems to assume the people who're being lied to (the general electorate) are unaware. I don't think that's true, though it seems to be the basis for hoping a new political leader might emerge who will champion truth and so gain the acceptance of that same electorate, which seems absurd on its face to me.
Someone once said people get the government they deserve in a democracy. It may even be true for other forms of government. If you believe, as I do, that no government rules without the consent of the governed, democracy isn't the real issue. The point is that the DB video and Dr. Krieg's monograph only serve to illustrate that people WANT to be lied to.
This bodes ill for anyone running for office on a platform of truth.
Posted by John Danforth on 08/12/11 11:52 PM
Thank you for your support.
Posted by cat writer on 08/12/11 06:54 PM
That is very nice. But remember that in 2007, Ron Paul was out in front. I saw plenty of "ReLOVEution" signs and noted that he raised a record amount of money, all grassroots, through the Internet.
Past performance does not guarantee future results. Suffice it to say that if Paul becomes more than window dressing supporting the American freedom facade, he will be dealt with.
If Americans can let 9/11 go by without serious question--even turning out in rebellion against the incompetency of the federal government to protect them against terrorist acts like this--then I do not believe the country would do more than say "Sorry, unfortunately" and move on.
The American is irresponsible.
Posted by Bluebird on 08/12/11 06:34 PM
Yahoo!!! That is a sight for sore eyes. Thanks, Hugh. That made my day. :-)
Posted by Dave Jr on 08/12/11 05:25 PM
Bravo! Mr. Obama, I nominate you as lead actor. I didn't catch the category though. Is it horror, suspense, drama or comedy?