Heres the QUESTIONS THAT AS I SPOKE TO EXPERTS KEPT ON COMING UP
lie from the transcript;
1 AT THE TIME THAT WE DID NOT HAVE STRONG EVIDENCE OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION AND THERE WERE A LOT OF QUESTIONS THAT AS I SPOKE TO EXPERTS KEPT ON COMING UP,
Where did those question come up, Senator Obama? Trinity?
Example: Joe Bidens observations;
On Aug. 1, 2007, when Obama unveiled his counterterrorism agenda, the Biden camp fired off a snarky email congratulating him for his Johnny-come-lately position on Afghanistan, noting that during two Foreign Relations Committee hearings on Afghanistan and other subjects, Obama didnt ask questions about the Taliban, Al Qaeda, or Afghanistan.
Thats just it, Obama never was engaged in the issue, yet he claims questions kept coming up, and the Biden earlier posted comment shows Obama questions werent coming up in the Senate at that time.
Comments about Obama being intellectual and thoughtful are void of reality. Obama embellished, lied.
More evidence Obama has Attention Deficit, from;
What is Compulsive Lying?
By Derek Wood, RN, BC, MS
Clinical Content Director
Get Mental Help, Inc.
Mental Health Matters
Mental Health Professional
Psychiatric Nurse, PhD Candidate
There are a number of reasons that people lie. The first is fear. This is the most common reason that people may lie, and they are taking shelter from a perceived punishment. It may be because they know they have done something wrong a single time, in which case it is not compulsive lying.
But if they are always in fear of being punished, it may become a habit, which is a second reason for lying. In this case, it may become compulsive lying, which is lying by reflex. Even when confronted by the truth, they insist the lie is the truth in this case.
A third case is learning to lie through modeling. When a people see others lie, especially when they get away with it, they may become more prone to lying.
Finally, people lie because they feel if they tell the truth they wont get what they want. Thus, out of the main reasons for lying, only lying by habit can truly be called compulsive lying.
Increased lying has been seen with a number of psychiatric diagnoses such as ADHD and Bipolar Disorder. With ADHD people will often say I dont know why I did that, and when confronted about why they lied, their answer will be the same.
ADHD children also display impulsivity, and they may lie implusively. Bipolar Disorder can be associated with low serotonin levels, which has been implicated in impulsivity, which, as indicated before, makes a person more prone to lie.