[Homestead] Has anyone heard about this?
lurine at com-pair.net
Wed Jul 22 13:05:24 EDT 2009
Did you read his book? I did. I began to research him *after* I read the
I also have caught him in MANY lies. Far too many lies that just get
brushed aside or get the teenager dance around the truth routine -- "I'm the
only one on this stage that voted against the war." That would be a "lie"
on more than one front. a) he didn't vote against the war because he wasn't
a Senator at the time; b) there were people on the stage who *were* Senators
and who *did* vote against the war! -- "He's just some guy who lives down
the road." -- "I only sat on a board with him." -- "I didn't get a special
rate on the mortgage."
The guy's a serial liar and has a whole organization to handle those lies.
He has Alinsky and DT down to a fine science and I've never seen an
organization use race baiting with more skill.
Geez Louise, I didn't like Bush. I *thought* he was the worst thing that
every happened to this country. That certainly would be obvious to anyone
whose been on this list for any length of time. I was ready to brand his
forehead with "worst president ever." I now withdraw that cause I think by
the end of four years we are going to wish we had him back!
"Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored." Aldous Huxley
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lynn Wigglesworth" <lynnw1366 at hotmail.com>
> I agree that transparency it not happening, in Obama's private life or
> policies. But, from what I recall, the things they dug up on Bush were
> things in public records, with evidence or witnesses...DUIs, his record
> the reserves? National Guard? etc.
> With Obama, it seems that anything anyone writes on the internet becomes a
> 'fact'. That someone can say it would be easier to travel in Pakistan with
> an Indonesian passport, and Obama was in Pakistan, therefore, therefore,
> therefore, proof positive that Obama isn't a US citizen. It's
> unsubstantiated smears at their worst.
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