Barack Obama Tells Another Whooper
Today, At the women for Obama event jeopardizing the tax exempt status of the University of Miami, whose President is Donna Shalala (another sisterhood of the pants-suits Clinton crony) Barack Obama told a stupendous whooper of a lie.
Liobama said a few years ago he proposed legislation that could have saved us from the Fannie Mae debacle. He did no such thing.
The truth is in 2005 John McCain proposed legislation to reform Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. In the introduction, Senator McCain wrote that if those two monstrosities were not reformed immediately, they would precipitate exactly the disaster that we have today. John McCain was right. John McCain was the maverick who introduced the true reform that would have avoided today’s finanical disaster. John McCain was the true reformer who bucked against his own party to do the right thing.
What was Barack Obama’s response to McCain’s reform bill?
Barack Obama voted against it!
And today Barack Obama has the gall to blame Jon McCain for the disaster that Obama could have helped prevent.
The result: The lowest estimate for the proposed bailouts is more than $9,000 per man, woman and child, or a cost of $36,000 per family of four.
Thank you for voting against McCain’s law that would have prevented this, my dearest Chosen One Barack Hussein Obama.
And thank you for lying again, Barack.
Oh! Almost forgot to mention, The Chosen One Obama opened his speech by accusing McCain of lying. . . .
How can you tell Barack is lying?
Obama’s lips are moving.
Finally, when Barack proposed his solution, it was nothing but dreams from his father.
Barack did not have a specific step to take, as usual with all his dreams.
He just promised to kiss our finger and make it all better, but had no actual reforms or laws to propose.
What a lying empty suit.
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