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Monday, July 9, 2012

Media Refuses to Make Obama Pay Price For Lies

Other than his rather bizarre wistful recalling of how great things were in Nixon's America, yesterday in an off-teleprompter stump speech, President Barack Obama told two humongous whoppers. First, he distorted the Clinton years, as though those years in any way resembled, well, what the Obama years look like this very day. Secondly, he twisted his very first campaign, the most Chicago-style of Chicago-style campaigns, into some sort of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington struggle -- when he ran unopposed.

And what have we heard from a media currently obsessed with fact-checking? Not a peep, not a sound, not a word.

Over the airwaves and on the stump, Obama is currently running around the country portraying his opponent Mitt Romney as an outsourcer. This is a proven lie.

And what have we heard from a media currently obsessed with fact-checking? Not a peep, not a sound, not a word.

Obama told students that a bill to freeze student loan interest rates would save them $1,000 a year when it will only save them $87.

And what have we heard from a media currently obsessed with fact-checking? Not a peep, not a sound, not a word.

Just a few weeks ago it was revealed that Obama told no fewer than three-dozen falsehoods in his autobiography.

And what have we heard from a media currently obsessed with fact-checking? Not a peep, not a sound, not a word.

We just learned that Obama lied about his relationship with a domestic terrorist.

And what have we heard from a media currently obsessed with fact-checking? Not a peep, not a sound, not a word.

We just learned that Obama lied about his membership in socialist New Party.

And what have we heard from a media currently obsessed with fact-checking? Not a peep, not a sound, not a word.

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