Monday, December 12, 2011

More From The - Lie Of The Day Archives

Lie: Millionaire job creators are like unicorns. They are impossible to find and don't exist.
--Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid letting us know that rich people who started and own their own businesses do not create jobs.

Lie:That is simply not true.
--DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schulz responding to Fox and Friends' Gretchen Carlson saying that unemployment has gone up since Obama took office.

Lie: This is not about me.
--President Obama talking about passing the payroll tax extension. No, it is always about you Mr. President. Just by bringing yourself up makes it about you.

Lie: This certainly looks like a poll tax to me, which those of us remember as a way to prevent Africans Americans from voting.
--Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) on Republicans trying to pass voter ID laws across the country. No, getting an ID is not a tax nor are Republicans trying to prevent citizens from voting. They are trying to prevent fraud and ensure fair elections.

Lie: Some billionaires have a tax rate as low as 1 percent -- 1 percent. That is the height of unfairness.
--President Obama. The White House later admitted that they have no data to back this up.

Lie: You've got a President who's got your back.
--President Obama, only a few weeks removed from calling Americans lazy and soft.

Lie:I try not to pat myself too much on the back, but this administration has done more in terms of the security of the state of Israel than any previous administration.
--President Obama at a campaign reception at the Upper East Side mansion of Jack Rosen, chairman of the American Jewish Congress

Lie:We celebrate individual achievement, we expect everybody to work hard.
--President Obama campaigning in Scranton, PA.

Lie: I would say on a given week about 5% of his time.
--White House press secretary Jay Carney, when asked how much Obama is focused on getting reelected.

Lie: The Tea Party point of view of 'no compromise whatsoever' is not a point of view that will eventually produce a presidential candidate who will win.
--Former Secretary of State Colin Powell who apparently thinks the answer to what Obama's liberal policies have done to America is to move more in that direction.

Via: Laura Ingraham

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