Jackie Mason, self-proclaimed "Ultimate Jew," speaks out on Barack Obama's lies.
It cracks me up that Mason is angry enough to make this video, but he is far from alone. Many of us are just plain fed up with Barack's lie after lie after lie.
"This man lies incrementally, and he builds one lie on top of the other. And as soon as you catch him with this one he has a new one, and a third one and a fourth one.
Why do you think he calls himself the agent of change -- because he changes his story every five minutes."
This isn't a comic's routine riffing off of Obama's popularity -- this is a serious political rant from a man who is angered by Obama's repeated lies.
In the past I've taken a lot of criticisms for my own rants railing against the lies told by the current administration over Iraq, missing White House emails, US Attorney firings, etc - but Barack Obama just amazes me in the extent to which he is so "not what he wants us to believe," and the degree to which he lies even after he's been shown that everyone knows he's lying. He makes me ashamed of being a Democrat and a progressive.
It seems at times that it might even be psycophathy. Barack must know he's lying, but he can't stop himself - his quest to be President is just much of a driver, and he has no problem starring into the camera and lying.
Update: It looks like Barack Obama's lies are catching up with him.
Republican Sen. John McCain has erased Sen. Barack Obama's 10-point advantage in a head-to-head matchup, leaving him essentially tied with both Democratic candidates in an Associated Press-Ipsos national poll released Thursday.[...]
An AP-Ipsos poll taken in late February had Obama leading McCain 51-41 percent. The current survey, conducted April 7-9, had them at 45 percent each. McCain leads Obama among men, whites, Southerners, married women and independents.
Clinton led McCain, 48-43 percent, in February. The latest survey showed the New York senator with 48 percent support to McCain's 45 percent. Factoring in the poll's margin of error of 3.1 percentage points, Clinton and McCain are statistically tied.
Clinton held steady while Barack Obama lost his 10 point advantage versus McCain. Wow.
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