Skip to comments.Obama Campaign Launches 'Truth Teams'
Posted on 02/13/2012 10:46:55 AM PST by thouworm
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Now, if THAT isn't a scary choice of words, I dunno what is.
Good point! No doubt it will be paid education---just like they hired union workers for $60 per day to "occupy." How else will Obama eat through his $Billion campaign fund? The taxpayer is paying for most of his campaigning so far.
This time we cannot fail.
—President-elect Barack Obama commits to reducing our dependence on foreign oil, December 16th, 2008.
New research published this week by Bloomberg reports that the U.S. is the closest it has been in almost 20 years to achieving energy self-sufficiency.
[Were] going to continue to
apply the toughest sanctions and continue to mobilize the international community to make sure that Iran is further and further isolated and that it pays a price for this kind of behavior.
—President Obama at a press conference on October 13th, 2011
On February 6th, President Obama tightened sanctions on the Iranian government and central bank, following growing concern about the countrys nuclear program.
I wake up every single morning thinking about how can I make sure that anybody who wants a job is able to get a job.
—President Obama to his Jobs Council in June 2011
The economy has been growing in the last 23 months under President Obamas leadership. When the President took office, his economic program addressed the immediate financial crisis and laid the foundation for a U.S. economy built to last.
Change is a tax code that rewards work instead of wealth by cutting taxes for middle-class families
a tax code that rewards businesses that create good jobs here in America instead of the corporations that ship them overseas. Thats what change is.
—Senator Barack Obama to supporters in Iowa on May 20th, 2008
On February 3rd, President Obama called on Congress to expand and extend the payroll tax cut for 160 million workers. Dont slow down the recovery were on," he said. "Dont muck it up.
We will double our exports over the next five years, an increase that will support 2 million jobs here in America.
—President Obama in his second State of the Union address, January 27th, 2010
A recent report from the New York Times says the economy is on track to meet President Obamas commitment to double U.S. exports by 2015.
[Id] like to speak directly to all those men and women who work in the auto industry or live in countless communities that depend on it. Many of you have been going through tough times for longer than you care to remember
But what I can promise you is this: I will fight for you. Youre the reason Im here today.
—President Obama on March 30th, 2009
In 2009, Chrysler and GM were on the brink of bankruptcy. President Obama extended emergency loans to the companies, helping to ensure the continued survival of the U.S. auto industry.
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42 posts and no picture of Baghdad Bob?
Not to worry...Those snappy brown uniforms are just a coincidence...
Mitt Romney likes to trumpet his tax plan, saying that it would allow Americans to keep more money in their pockets.
Closer scrutiny of Romneys actual proposal reveals that its very good for the wealthy—and very bad for everyone else.
In an attempt to woo blue-collar voters, Mitt Romney has been claiming that he would revitalize America's manufacturing sector.
But under Governor Romney, Massachusetts manufacturing suffered greatly.
Mitt Romney says he cares about American families hit hard by the housing crisis, and his plan to give them relief is to boost the economy overall.
Aside from vague references to getting Americans back to work and improving economic conditions, Mitt Romney offers very little in the way of actual proposals.
Mitt Romney would has proposed a plan to end Medicare as we know it by taking steps to privatizing it and turning it into a voucher program.
The Romney plan would devastate Medicare and end the program as we know it.
Newt Gingrich has called on Congress to eliminate the estate tax.
In reality, the end of the estate tax would blow a giant hole in the federal budget, forcing cutbacks in other areas like Medicare and infrastructure investment.
In a recent South Carolina GOP debate, Mitt Romney tried to make viewers believe that hes an outsider with no connections to Washingtons world of special interests.
But while Mitt Romney keeps talking about changing the culture in Washington, the facts about his Beltway connections speak for themselves. Today, hes in the capital he claims to loathe, holding a high-dollar “policy roundtable” with some of the very lobbyists and industry insiders hes been railing against.
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Barry and his “Truth Teams” wouldn’t know the truth if it jumped up and bit them on the @$$.
Thank you! I thought the title “KeepingHisWord” was absolutely the creepiest thing about this.
We used to joke that Obama thought he was the messiah, but it looks like it’s no joke anymore. (Personally, I think that’s why he’s taken on the Church and is trying to assert his authority over it.)
No messiah complex here...../s
Yeah, isn't that quite the olfactory obamanation, just like a rotting corpse. Or as BO would say, corpse-man. The stench of this administration has surely reached to the heavenly Throne.