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Thursday, October 23, 2008

A Complete Misrepresentation of the Facts

Mary Anastasia O'Grady is a member of The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board and editor of the "Americas," a weekly column that appears every Monday in the Journal and deals with politics, economics and business in Latin America and Canada.



Her's the interview pointing out the fact that Obama told a flat out lie when McCain brought up the U. S. free trade agreement with Columbia in the last debate. She then goes on to explain why he would need to do that.

Just how many groups is Obama sold out to?

There are several other videos and articles of iinterest at the WSJ website.

4 comments:

Arissa Mae said...

How about the lie to receive federal financing for his campaign? A promise McCain kept, to his hurt, because now Obama rules the media (TV, print, and internet ads) with $605 MILLION and counting. If he lies to GET in office, what lies will he tell to STAY?

Nathan Talbot said...

The lies just keep mounting. Everything he says has to be fact checked for accuracy. The press continues to ignore and the masses continue to be uninformed.

It is scary to think about all the groups and people he will have to appease if he gets the job they believe they have given to them with their efforts and money. Change is coming if he is elected but it is change we so badly need to avoid.

Arissa Mae said...

As a wise woman told me today, it makes sense that Obama is PUSHING SO HARD for early voting, telling voters, "Your car may break down 11/4, you may wake up sick..." He doesn't want any of these facts to come to light and change the voters' minds!!! He wants them to vote NOW while he has them persuaded, just in case the truth leaks before 11/4! Why do we allow early voting??? Isn't that what "election day" is for???

Meems said...

I've been wanting to write a post about early voting. Haven't taken the time to do it but I'm not sure I agree with it. I understand officials trying to make voting as convenient and accessible as possible to everyone. But I also think there is more room for error with this process.

I'm also not convinced that absentee ballots shouldn't have to have some proof of actually being absent. Or maybe that only the military should be able to use them. While they are good for the honest, those ballots have tons of room for fraud and it is being done a lot in this campaign!SOOOO many counts of college students voting by absentee ballot in their home state and claiming residence in their college's state.