The incredible lying machine

 

The only question I have is which lie will Obama lead off with tonight, in the last debate, and what new ones will he add to the list?

I especially look forward to one about his off-mic words to Medvedev where he promised him after his last “election” he could be more flexible. There is no way to parse that remark, like he always does, to try to mean anything else. The lie about that might be historical. 

    Private words recorded ...   Barack Obama with Dmitry Medvedev. (AP Photo)
I understand you. I transmit this information to Vladimir, and I stand with you.”

“On all these issues, but particularly missile defence, this can be solved.
But it’s important for him to give me space. This is my last election…
after my election I have more flexibility.”

“I understand,” Mr Medvedev responded. “I will transmit this information to Vladimir.”

The one I always look forward to hearing is that he is so great on foreign policy. Maybe he will lead with that one, just to break the ice and try to raise expectations. But the best part of all will be the finale, it usually is. Which one will he end with to seal the deal? So many to choose from.
 

Let the spin begin.

[photo credit to AP]

13 comments on “The incredible lying machine

  1. Davetherave says:

    If Romney can’t wipe the floor with Obama on this subject, then maybe Romney doesn’t deserve to win. With the foreign affair failures just this year; Mitt should knock this one out of the park. My dad could win this debate against Barry and dad died this past July 15th…

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    • bullright says:

      Dave, It should be the royal smackdown. I’m real sorry about your dad. I’d have much more confidence in him than Romney, until I see it. But if I hear the word Romnesia once, I’ll have to scream. (well I do that anyway) Barf bag will be handy. Actually, its probably not even a “fair” fight against comrade in chief. But his Marxist colleagues will be listening closely. I don’t want to hear about level playing field either, or Obama’s many phrases.

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    • bullright says:

      Dave,
      Obama could say ‘this is my last debate, after this I can be much more flexible.’

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  2. bullright says:

    3rd Debate, October 22nd

    Topic: Foreign policy
    Air Time: 9-10:30 p.m. Eastern Time
    Location: Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida (Tickets)
    Sponsor: Commission on Presidential Debates
    Participants: President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney
    Moderator: Bob Schieffer (Host of Face the Nation on CBS)

    According to the CPD, “The format for the debate will be identical to the first presidential debate and will focus on foreign policy.”

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    • Davetherave says:

      Bob Schieffer; good Lord! He’s got a pretty good history of leaning left. So far left they have to grad his had sometimes to keep him from falling off the planet. Still trying to figure out what planet he’s from…

      This really should be no contest at all. Obama’s foreign policy is the worst in our nations history and he should get pummeled, but good O’ Bob will do his best to save the ass hat. I sure Barry is trying to figure out a way to sneak in Romnesia, but seeing how his political background only consist of being a gov I’m not sure how Barry will work that in. I’m sure he’ll run with “Romney sided with the Chinese workers over ours” in a ploy to show Mitt being weak, but that was a businessman making money. That’s what business men do for those who are a dolt.

      I’m not watching as usual, but I’m sure I’ll see the internet news articles tomorrow fluffing up Obama on how great he did. That would be a good bet, if Vegas is giving odds…

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      • bullright says:

        Dave,
        He was sooo far left tonight they must have had a wedge under his cheek. Do his best to run interference, he did. On time and letting Obama run rough shod,. But Obummer looked like the arrogant, tyrant bastid he is., I’m sure that impressed his harem of women. I wished I would have taken your advice to skip it, I would sleep better. Romney let a lot of opportunity go but he looked clearly the better choice, next to Joe Stalin. 🙂

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        • Davetherave says:

          Bull,

          I read a little about the debate this morning and the consensus is Mitt was way too passive. Sounds like he took the wussy way out afraid of making an error. That is really sad seeing how a person could go on a feeding frenzy bringing up all of Barry’s foreign policy failures. Sounds like Mitt missed a big opportunity to me to really knock Barry down, but maybe he feels like he’s now in control and played it safe. Hell; whatever at this point. I just want Nov 6th to get here fast and hopefully put and end to the Kings reign.

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  3. pepperhawk says:

    Bull,

    I’ve been sick and not around recently. i cannot watch that lying rat bastard in the debate. I can’t stand to look or hear anything from him. I get so inflamed. I’ll hope you’ll give us your opinion as to how it went.

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    • bullright says:

      Pepp,
      Good to see you. I hope the sick is passing. It would ruin your stomach for sure. I missed seeing your posts. But I know how it goes if you ain’t up to it. Well I’ll spare you the step by step. I stopped counting lies but Barry was on attack like a werewolf, right in season. Romney looked like the sane guy trying to talk reason. And boy does Obama have paranoia about Israel. Lie number 6666. We have a saying “your ass is hanging out!” And it was. I don’t want to upset your system. Hope your getting back to better. I don’t think I could ever watch another election like this. I think I’ll be horse in the morning.

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    • bullright says:

      Pepp, oops

      No mention of Benghazi and a lot about Libya. (how do you do that?) But Mitt did not nail him on the way he went into Libya. That’s about the way it went. But then he often didn’t have a chance to respond, Bob was really on the monitoring. Obama even smiled at him once like he was on his campaign staff. And CNN did a pre-debate interview with the evil one to make sure he got his “message out” loud and clear .

      And now get this, reports about Kerry telling reporters to start writing about the great economy. Whoa are they for real? Get ready for the propaganda machine and the lying machine running full bore.

      http://scottystarnes.wordpress.com/2012/10/22/john-kerry-gives-advice-to-reporters-write-about-the-awesome-economy/

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      • pepperhawk says:

        John Kerry, who should have been hung for treason years ago. My lord they have no bar that is too low for them to stoop. O won nothing except looking like a peevish child and ridiculing Romney about the troops and their modern day equipment, trying to put him down and look bad. But, he doesn’t even know Marines still use bayonets. Have I ever told you how much I detest that rat bastard?

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        • bullright says:

          Pepp, He’s like Ted Kennedy, he’s planted in DC. I don’t think you ever mentioned that. I had no idea. (ha ha)I wonder how long it will take media to pump out stories. Well, he should have gone right to media headquarters, Media Matters, for a faster response. And the market tanked today by coincidence. LOL

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