Saturday, March 21, 2015

Blizzard of Lies Part Deax

some guy from Kenya


A federal judge pointedly asked Department of Justice lawyers Thursday if the court should still trust the Obama administration in light of false information it provided to the court."Can I trust what the president says? That's a yes or no question," U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen asked Deputy Asst. U.S. Atty. Gen. Kathleen R. Hartnett.
 Hartnett lied.

Americans of all political persuasions are coming to the sad realization that our First Lady -- a woman of undoubted talents who was a role model for many in her generation -- is a congenital liar.

Drip by drip, like Whitewater torture, the case is being made that she is compelled to mislead, and to ensnare her subordinates and friends in a web of deceit.

1. Remember the story she told about studying The Wall Street Journal to explain her 10,000 percent profit in 1979 commodity trading? We now know that was a lie told to turn aside accusations that as the Governor's wife she profited corruptly, her account being run by a lawyer for state poultry interests through a disreputable broker.

She lied for good reason: To admit otherwise would be to confess taking, and paying taxes on, what some think amounted to a $100,000 bribe. (continue reading William Safire, ESSAY: Blizzard of Lies; January 8, 1996

In 1996 William Safire became the first (but nary the last) mainstream journalist (New York Times) to publicy label a sitting First Lady, "Liar."  Congenital liar.  I believe what we have here, with Judge Andrew Hanen, is the first instance ever where a sitting Federal Judge, diring a court action, suggests that the President of the United States is a  "LIAR!" Nobel worthy, that.


Anonymous said...

Can anyone trust anything that Mullah Obama says? Not just no, but hell no!


Kim du Toit said...

Clearly, the judge's taxes must be in order or else he'd never dared to make such a statement.

Anonymous said...

If the president said the sky was blue, I would go outside and check.

Helly said...

a woman of undoubted talents who was a role model for many in her generation

When did cutting the buffet line become a "talent"?

rwnutjob said...

He seems surprised that you can't trust the government.

Anonymous said...


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