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mikesilvia
10-05-2012, 08:10 AM
WASHINGTON -- After 47 percent, the campaign's most incendiary number is $5 trillion. That's the tax cut planned by Mitt Romney with most benefits going to the wealthy, according to President Obama and his campaign. The president has used the figure repeatedly, as have his surrogates and ads. In Wednesday's debate, Romney vehemently denied that there ever was a $5 trillion tax cut for the rich. He's right. The figure is a partisan construct that, somehow, has been given a pass by most of the media as one plausible version of the truth. It isn't. To be sure, the Obama...

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INTIMADATOR2007
10-05-2012, 08:27 AM
The democrats motto is If you repeat a lie enough times it somehow becomes the truth.
They do not care about the truth , these people will say ANYTHING to keep Obama in office .

shrewsbury
10-05-2012, 09:37 AM
and they will try and turn it into something else if you catch them

mrveggieman
10-05-2012, 10:30 AM
The democrats motto is If you repeat a lie enough times it somehow becomes the truth.
They do not care about the truth , these people will say ANYTHING to keep Obama in office .


Sort of like WMD in Iraq huh good buddy. :winking0071:

shrewsbury
10-05-2012, 11:19 AM
again we see obama making a mistake and use the notion that others did the same so it is ok.

habsheaven
10-05-2012, 11:33 AM
again we see obama making a mistake and use the notion that others did the same so it is ok.

Obama didn't make a mistake. He simply presented the worst-case scenario based on Romney's VAGUE promises. Don't see any of you complaining about Romney's "pie in the sky" projections of creating 12 million jobs. Apparently Romney is allowed to present a better than best-case scenario in those regards.

Wickabee
10-05-2012, 01:43 PM
again we see obama making a mistake and use the notion that others did the same so it is ok.
And here we see the "You're bad, don't look behind me" offense from the conservative corner. It's a good tactic, though it's overuse from the right is getting really, really tiresome and, honestly, the argument would hold more water if anyone on the right would finally admit we always knew there were no WMDs and the war in Iraq was about something completely different.

Just keeping all things fair, shrew.

shrewsbury
10-05-2012, 03:21 PM
again we see how libs like to get off a subject they cannot win, instead of defending something that is wrong, call them out, who cares what color or political party they are, wrong is wrong

Wickabee
10-05-2012, 03:26 PM
again we see how libs like to get off a subject they cannot win, instead of defending something that is wrong, call them out, who cares what color or political party they are, wrong is wrong

And here we see a conservative deriding liberals for their sins by committing the same sins he is accusing them of. Again, a very tiresome and childish tactic often implemented by such conservatives...