From the . . . Let's not try to sneak political agendas into a budget debate.
--President Obama, the man who politicizes everything.
The president is committed to reducing spending -- cutting spending and reducing the deficit.
--White House spokesman Jay Carney.
It's important to note that the people that we've met with have been fully vetted, so we have a clear sense of who they are...most of them are professionals, lawyers, doctors, people who appear to be credible.
--President Obama on the Libya rebels who we know almost nothing about, or so says Secretary Clinton.
The border is better now than it ever has been.
The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation.
--Barack Obama in 2007. (So now it's okay?)
Just 12 months after the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act became law, the American people are enjoying new protections, greater freedoms and lower costs.
--Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sibelius.
We've been called too conservative.
--NPR's (former) President Vivian Schiller.
We call the President "The Fact Guy" because he reads so much he knows facts about everything.
His [Obama's] budget absolutely does this -- where we are no longer spending more than we're taking in.
--Press Secretary Jay Carney.
I think it's very easy to square our military actions and our stated policies.
--President Obama, even though he never made the case that we need to be in Libya.
Blog author's comments - Nothing more to add aside from saying there are many more of these untruths stashed in the "lie of the day archives."
h/t: laura ingraham