PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

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    PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/12/politifact-lie-of-the-year-romney-jeep_n_2285833.html

     

     

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

    In response to TFefio's comment:
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    Lie of the year? How about " we know this was caused by a video" Benghazi. Don't you think that may have just a bit of a leg up on the competition which is still unfolding by the way! 

     

    Please get serious with life son. play time is over. 

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    What do we learn from this about the liberal strategy?  Blame a candidate that didn't even win for the problems in front of us by keeping him in the press.  Gives Obama and his supporters a deflection to the real lies.

    This is more "Blame Bush" being foisted upon us.

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

    Forgive the republi-cons if they don't look back too fondly on this past year given their many political failures.

     

    Heck, Romney should be 2012 Man Of The Year in honor of his performance and what it wrought in Nov.

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

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    Forgive the republi-cons if they don't look back too fondly on this past year given their many political failures.

     

    Heck, Romney should be 2012 Man Of The Year in honor of his performance and what it wrought in Nov.

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    More of the same.  Can't talk about policy success with Obama, so, stay in campaign mode and bash Romney.

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

    With all the dishonesty around, just how long does it take to sort through all of them and come up with 'Lie of the Year?"

    I'd say if the world doesn't end on Dec 21, we should give this one to the Mayans.

    But anything Romney says a good choice just the same.

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

    In response to skeeter20's comment:
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    In response to MattyScornD's comment:
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    Forgive the republi-cons if they don't look back too fondly on this past year given their many political failures.

     

    Heck, Romney should be 2012 Man Of The Year in honor of his performance and what it wrought in Nov.

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    More of the same.  Can't talk about policy success with Obama, so, stay in campaign mode and bash Romney.

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    That's what this thread's topic is, fruitcake.

    If you don't like it, then you don't have to read or make even more inane comments about it.

     

     

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

    Politifact is blatantly biased, although to feign bipartisanship, actually in 2011 this was the Lie of the Year : "Republicans 'Ending Medicare' " .

    Laughably, in 2009, Politifact brazenly claimed this statement was the lie of the year: 

    "ObamaCare is a government takeover of health care".

    Maybe Politifact can withdraw its previous "Lies", as it has been proven true already. 

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

    In response to TFefio's comment:
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    Lie of the year? How about " we know this was caused by a video" Benghazi. Don't you think that may have just a bit of a leg up on the competition which is still unfolding by the way! 

     

    Please get serious with life son. play time is over. 

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    Your candidate lost, and after today, your gun nut party will be in even worse shape then before.

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:
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    In response to skeeter20's comment:
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    In response to MattyScornD's comment:
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    Forgive the republi-cons if they don't look back too fondly on this past year given their many political failures.

     

    Heck, Romney should be 2012 Man Of The Year in honor of his performance and what it wrought in Nov.

    [/QUOTE]

    More of the same.  Can't talk about policy success with Obama, so, stay in campaign mode and bash Romney.

    [/QUOTE]

    That's what this thread's topic is, fruitcake.

    If you don't like it, then you don't have to read or make even more inane comments about it.

     

     

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    Huh?  Loose your marbles mid thought?

    OK, how about "shovel ready" as lie of the year?

    How about " it was becasue of the video" as lie of the year?

    How about "after the electionI'll have more flexibility" as lie of the year?

     

    Yah, that last one wasn't a lie.  Obama IS selling us out to the Russians apparently, in his own words.

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

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    In response to ComingLiberalCrackup's comment:

    Laughably, in 2009, Politifact brazenly claimed this statement was the lie of the year:  "ObamaCare is a government takeover of health care".

     

    It was the lie of the year.

    Canada/Britain/rest of civilized world  = what "government takeover of health care" looks like.....    

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    Yep.  Here's waht it looks like:

         Patients dying before recieving treatment

         Flipping sheets in beds instead of replacing them  

         Procedures denied based on age adjusted outcome

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

    In response to skeeter20's comment:
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    What do we learn from this about the liberal strategy?  Blame a candidate that didn't even win for the problems in front of us by keeping him in the press.  Gives Obama and his supporters a deflection to the real lies.

    This is more "Blame Bush" being foisted upon us.

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    Seems more analogous to the loyal opposition's "Stop talking about Sarah Palin! She's irrelevant!" following the 2008 election -- aka, "Can't we just forget about it (her, him)?"

     
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    Re: PolitiFact Awards 'Lie Of The Year' To Romney Jeep Ad

    In response to Firewind's comment:
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    In response to skeeter20's comment:
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    What do we learn from this about the liberal strategy?  Blame a candidate that didn't even win for the problems in front of us by keeping him in the press.  Gives Obama and his supporters a deflection to the real lies.

    This is more "Blame Bush" being foisted upon us.

    [/QUOTE]

    Seems more analogous to the loyal opposition's "Stop talking about Sarah Palin! She's irrelevant!" following the 2008 election -- aka, "Can't we just forget about it (her, him)?"

    [/QUOTE]

    I find it interesting thatthe left continues to talk about the failed bogey men of the right while completely incaqpable of honoring their voctor.  It is a form of mental illness for sure.

     
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