Skip to comments.Obama: "No More Serious Issue On A Presidential Campaign Than Trust" (After Obama lies about Libya)
Posted on 10/25/2012 5:50:42 AM PDT by tobyhill
At a campaign event in Iowa today, President Obama pushed the issue of trust. "Trust matters," Obama said. Obama told supporters they could find video of things he said 10 years ago and you'd know it's the "same guy." Transcript below.
PRESIDENT OBAMA: And we joke about Romnesia, but all of this speaks to something that's really important and that is the issue of trust. There's no more serious issue on a presidential campaign than trust. Trust matters. And here's the thing, Iowa, you know me. You know -- you know that I say what I mean and I mean what I say.
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I wouldn’t trust Obama to walk my dog.
It takes balls to flat out lie to people like this with a straight face. Or maybe he is totally insane and actually believes his own BS.
FACT: Obama and Hasan KNEW each other pre-inauguration.
"Army Major (Hasan) Played Role in Presidential (Obama) Transition"
For once, I agree with Mr. Soetoro. I don't trust him as far as I could throw him.
“Who do you want to lie to you? Me or some rich guy Mormon?” Best reason to kick this clown out of the White House and bring him to justice.
Lets not play games, Obama stated. What I was suggesting youre absolutely right that John McCain has not talked about my Muslim faith. And youre absolutely right that that has not come.
Stephanopoulos immediately interrupted Obama, stating, Christian faith.
That was enough for me.
I don’t know what required more GALL this statement by the Liar in Chief or Kerry standing under the American Flag at the 2004 democrat convention saluting and mouthing “Reporting for duty” ( I wanted to puke )
this fool actually believes the trust issue favors him
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