It just keeps getting better and better, y'all (mandatory southern drawl for you "furin" visitors).
TownHall Political Editor Guy Benson's been having a field day with the Obama contradictions (Obamadictions? O'Contradictions?). Obama's statements in the past directly contradict his own policies and current day statements.
Guy BensonPolitical Editor, Townhall.comWe generally try to reserve the "pure gold" label for truly irresistible instances of flagrant hypocrisy and irony. To wit, our last usage came while flagging a clip of President Obama ripping into President Bush's "unpatriotic" accumulation of $4 Trillion in debt over eight years ... just after Obama eclipsed the $4 Trillion mark himself after just two-and-a-half years on the job. That reminder seems especially relevant this week, since we now find ourselves on the precipice of blowing past the $16 trillion national debt mark. It'll probably happen by week's end. In any case, and without further ado, here's candidate Barack Obama in 2008 informing voters about John McCain's risky and dangerous Medicare-slashing vision for healthcare reform:
Did you notice at around 1:20 this "Harvard Law School suma cum laude graduate, Editor of the Harvard Law Review" said:
". . . a ill-conceived . . ."
". . .a ill-conceived . . . ?" Really Mr. Harvard Law School honors graduate? Is that the type of grammar they use at Harvard?
That is an often repeated error whenever Mr. Obama speaks--and no, he's not trying to speak in some vernacular--it is an unconscious verbal pattern that belies the claims made as to his academic prowess.
I think maybe
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