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Obama still has to deal with Iraq and Afghanistan along with a ruined economy that bush left him with and still is trying to put a health care reform through.
At some point you have to ask yourself why quotes get made up and then repeated time after time. Remember, as Rush Limbaugh said, "The only way to beat the Socialists is to tell so many lies that they no longer know what is real." Or as Hannity said, "We are at war and in war anything goes. Whatever lies we may tell are necessary to convince people of the one central truth: liberals are evil and must be defeated."
Rather than be upset when I raise such questions, why don't you try checking some of thes things yourself? When you see a quote that seems almost too good to be true, check to see if there is any verifiable source indicated for the quote. If there is not, it is probably because there isn't one. The ask yourself if the quote actually reflects the person to who it is attributed or if it reflects how the person citing the "quote" would like you to view that person. The difference is the difference between truth and lies.
And, by the way, my "quotes" of Limbaugh and Hannity are pure fabrications -- or at least I hope they are. However, they are as accurate as most of the favorite "quotes" I see attributed to heros and villains on conservative web sites.
Last edited by tpaschal30; 09-03-2009 at 11:03 AM.
Save your breath, if you had a video of Comrade Lenin saying it the left would not believe it.