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Published: Thursday, July 12 2012 10:40 a.m. MDT

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patriot
Cedar Hills, UT

Joe Biden at the NAACP ...I would like to see a report from factcheck.com on that speech! Talk about tall tales. Geez, Obama and Biden have completely abandoned any semblance of truth telling and are now resorting to 100% out-right lies. I suppose the thinking here is that the radical left wing NAACP won't care and a good portion of others listening in just won't bother to do any sort of fact checking. Obama is taking pages from the Richard Nixon book on politics.... or perhaps this is just same ole same ole Chicago style politics. Whatever it is it stinks and its wrong.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

How odd that pat's post makes some serious charges about the Obama administration yet, in the midst of all the "lie" talk, doesn't cite a single specific example. Does that mean we're all just supposed to know? I guess we'll know for sure when Senate Democrats request that he resign, the way GOP senators did with Nixon.

4601
Salt Lake City, UT

If you want to be thoroughly embarrassed, listen to the Biden speech. That he is in an elected office is not a tribute to the intelligence of voters.
Mark B.: The charges that Romney outsourced jobs while at Bain are patently false. That happened after Romney left. It was done by an Obama supported and big contributor, the succeeding CEO of Bain. Either Obama should have validated the charges or he knowingly lied: lying or incompetence. Neither absolves the president of deception.

George
Bronx, NY

@4601

"The charges that Romney outsourced jobs while at Bain are patently false."

1998 SEC filing by brookside inks tells a far different story.

You also should look more closely at SEC and tax filings by Bain Capital and Romeny between 10998 and 2002. Either he lied at the time or he is now about his associations with Bain Capital.

George
Bronx, NY

oops 1998 and 2002

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

George,
the Washington comPost responded to the way BO's ads used it's report on Bain Capital and said BO's ads were false. Pretty amazing from part of the Obamamania media.

Some jobs may have been moved overseas while Romney was at Bain, but other domestic jobs were preserved and more created at the same time. Since Romney understands how the economy works and BO has proven he has no clue, Romney is better positioned to correct many of the problems that prompted the outsourcing of the jobs in the first place.

Kalindra
Salt Lake City, Utah

!@lost in dc
so then you have not checked into the sec filings but instead are taking a media outlet you do not trust and running with their story because it fits what you want to believe?

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

Kalindra,

I fail to see how you drew your conclusion. All I said was the comPost objected to the way BO's lie machine abused their story. Nice spin job on your part!

When Romeny left Bain does not matter. Some jobs were lost and some moved overseas after Bain took over failing companies, but MORE jobs were saved and MORE jobs were created BECAUSE Bain took over those companies; companies which would have failed had Bain not taken them over and ALL the jobs would have been lost. But BO can point to Solyndra et al as HIS success story.

And getting back to the topic of Biden at the NAACP - It's very telling the BO takes the black vote so much for granted that he sends an incompetent underling to address them, while Romeny speaks to them in person - even knowing they will not agree with some of what he has to say. That was a mcuh greater attempt at an olive branch and bringing people together than BO's infamous "republicans can come along for the ride, but they'll have to ride in the back of the bus!" statement.

Tolstoy
salt lake, UT

@lost in DC
Talk about spin, you where referred to very specific information by george which you totally ignored and instead reference a newspaper article by a new group you do not find trustworthy.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Doesn't Fidel Castro stand by his convictions? Standing by convictions doesn't make someone worthy of leadership.

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