Skip to comments.Barack Obama on CNN Says "Important Not to Exaggerate or Provide Misinformation" - Video
Posted on 09/20/2009 11:12:39 AM PDT by Federalist Patriot
Here is video of Barack Obama talking with John King on CNN.
Obama said "I think it's important not to exaggerate or provide misinformation about each other." He also said "the easiest way to get on CNN or Fox or ... MSNBC is to just say something rude and outrageous." (Video)
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How about taking your own advice for once Barack?
OMG-—just what ZERO has been doing all along!!!!!!!!!!!!
“the easiest way to get on CNN or Fox or ... MSNBC is to just say something rude and outrageous.” he said, on CNN.
like calling those Cambridge cops stooooooopid bammy???
sad to say some people still rely on CNN for news *laughs* and will believe this guy without any research on what the bill really is about.
Orwell envisioned Obama. Anytime 0 starts accusing others, it is a sure sign he is the guilty party. He thrives on exaggeration and misinformation. He hasn’t forgotten the lessons learned from corrupt politics during his life time. This is like Democrats screaming for campaign finance reform to take attention away from their criminal activities, like Gore and the nun and his iced tea. These people are lying pukes.
Sounds pretty hipocritical to me bro.
Hey Bami, it’s important not to lie - think you can handle it?
Now that’s comedy.
I think he deserves the same even-handed, balanced treatment as the msm has given Sarah Palin. What a cry-baby, weenie he is! No wonder he is regarded as an international wuss.
So will he be shutting up now?
In this statement he’s implying that the two young patriots, Scott and Hannah, are the ones at fault.
This is weird coming from the King of Exaggeration and Misinformation.
This is the typical liberal do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do approach. They decry Republican corruption but turn a blind-eye to their own. So, this guys lies all day long and call his opponents on it. Nothing new.
Important not to lie, too, Mr. O. Otherwise people will turn a deaf ear to your earnest pleadings.
I think he does.
He doesn’t exaggerate or misinform people, citizens.
He just fails to provide all the facts or skirts them.
There is a big difference.
Barack Obama on CNN Says “Important Not to Exaggerate or Provide Misinformation”
Okay, then stop it, dumbass.
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