Re: Dear liberal, admit Harry Reid lied through the wrong cheeks
posted at 10/7/2012 4:29 PM EDT
In response to GreginMeffa's comment:
Newsflash spanky, if someone makes a 'promise' and then refuses to provide any details when asked, even with publically available data contradicting it, then it ain't just a promise anymore, it's intentional deception....it's a lie. "If you make less than $250,000.00 your taxes will not go up one single dime". God this is easy. Yet not the issue. The leader of the Senate lied about a presidential candidate he doesn't like, on the floor of the senate, for whom it is completely irrelevant, and illegal, lest you forgot about that little Seperation of Powers thing. Or if you have even heard of it. My money is on the later being a nay.
What the FVCK are you babbling on about?
Wow, seperation of powers? Seriously?
Politicians from both sides of the aisle take to the floor of their respective chambers and make political statements on either the sitting prez or candidates. The seperation idea has absolutely nothing to do with politicians voicing their opinions, either in the Congress or not.
Does the "You lie." outburst ring a bell?
Gawd, that is just ridiculous.
So let me get this straight....
Mittens says he won't raise taxes and you believe him. No need for pesky details or facts, you have 'faith'. Mittens refuses to provide even basic details when asked and you defend it.
Numerous independent economists and fact checkers have shown it is impossible yet you keep your nose firmly stuck between Mittens cheeks.
Reid makes a comment, similiarly without facts and you go beserk and call him a liar.
Ya, nice to see the fallback, double standard position in action.