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We can trust the President

Official photographic portrait of US President...

To lie.

It use to be that we looked up to the Office of the President.  Then Bill Clinton had his fling with an intern there.  Then Obama and the short sleeve, feet on the desk attitude.  Now, lies from the podium or Oval Office.  It doesn’t matter.  All that matters is, are the President’s lips moving?  Yes?  He’s lying.

Gee, if I like my health insurance policy, I can keep it!  Or can I?

An extreme anti-Muslim’s YouTube video led to the first American Ambassador’s death in 30 years.  Or did it?

He didn’t know about “Fast and Furious”, He didn’t know (though he signed the waiver that permitted it) that private information, placed by applicants at the Obama Care website “has no expectation of privacy.”

His official surrogates say only that the cancellation of policies are “not very many” comparably speaking – but its everything to the cancer victim that can’t find an adequate sub for their cancelled policy.  Besides, that policy that covered the cancer patient’s needs – was an inferior product that needed to be ended.  Right?

We are hearing such outright lies, fabrications and weak excuses out of this Obama administration, that one must once again ponder why the wisdom of Lincoln isn’t implemented by one of his “admirers,” the current president/resident at the White House?

The pearl of wisdom ignored:

“You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.”

Events, not words, will continue to condemn this sad excuse for a President.

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