Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Mrs. Messiah the Liar

In a day chalk full of lie after lie, Mrs. Barack Hussein Obama had perhaps the biggest lie:

I love that for Barack, there is no such thing as “us” and “them” – he doesn’t care whether you’re a Democrat, a Republican, or none of the above…he knows that we all love our country…and he’s always ready to listen to good ideas…he’s always looking for the very best in everyone he meets.

Anyone who has followed Barry's presidency and actually listened to his Marxist propaganda knows that this is as breathtaking a lie as had been told at this convention -- and that's saying something. 

Either Michele is like Rip Van Winkle and has been in a deep sleep for the past three and a half years or she's on heavy drugs. A more likely excuse is that she is a willing an active participant in the web of lies, deception and divisiveness that has been the hallmark of the entire Obama presidency that her and her husband's minions are attempting to re-write at this convention -- the three days packed full of lies.

Where to begin with Obama's "us vs them"? How about "poor" vs "middle class" vs "rich" vs "millionaires and billionaires"? Black vs white? Law-abiding citizens vs "migrants"? (Liberals' code word for illegal immigrants.) "Workers" vs whatever the opposite of "workers" is which is by implication, of course, those who exploit "workers". Blacks whom "they" want to put "in chains" vs who? Whites? "Large corporations" vs "working families"? People who make "$250,000 a year or less vs people who make $250,001 -- "rich" vs "poor". People "who want dirty air and dirty water" vs what?  "Green" energy vs "the energy of the past" -- you know that stuff we all depend on TODAY to put in our cars to get to work. Richard Trumka and Andy Stern vs people who actually CREATE jobs? Cops who "behave stupidly" vs half-drunk FOB's?

This man is the most divisive president in the history of our country, unwilling to accept the ideas of those he doesn't agree with and always looking to demonize them. Let's hope for the sake of all of us we turn him into a "none of the above" at the voting booth eight weeks from now and elect Mitt Romney president.

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