Skip to comments.NAFTA-gate Busted! (Obama Busted for lying about NAFTA)
Posted on 01/06/2011 6:09:00 PM PST by GlockThe Vote
Watch this in light of the Mexican Trucking story.
More proof of Bama lying about NAFTA
Glock, you gotta post more than “Obama caught lying - waTCH THIS”
How about a synopsis for us cubicle-bound?
Oops sorry direct link
Told the public and crowds in OHIO he was for changing nafta since it sucks for americans, but he instructed staff to call the Canadian PM and tell him not to take it seriously since he was only hawking votes.
BTW - here he is again busted for lying through his teeth on nafta.
Told the public he would open NAFTA - now is pushing to have mexican trucks flood our highways.
Why wont the GOP friggin do the research we do here?
he was a liar at birth and continues every moment. The caveat to remember with obamanation is that HE IS A LIAR!
The worst part is that I am thoroughly convinced I know far more about these lies, scandals, treasonous acts, than do most of the people in congress who obviously either dont care or dont pay attention to these things that are floating on the net.
This is not news.
If Obama told the truth, now that would be NEWS!
Not to gloss over GOP cluelessness, but I think the larger “We the People” have an obligation to let its representing politicians know what they have missed seeing. Has FR ever worked on getting serious audiences among conservative Congresspersons?
We need to!
When I read the mexican truck story, this came immediately to mind as well as the fact that the architect of NAFTA Daley is now COS.
It was treason and tretchery when Jorge El Boooosh tried this, its the same when Dear MAObama does it.
Even where an entire article is posted, the poster should start the discussion off, by saying why it's a significant article, and giving us his take on it.
During the presidential campaign, Obama allegedly (or not--one way or the other, I didn't follow the story that closely) sent some backchannel communications to the Canadians to disregard the stump speech he was giving at the time to protectionist, union-populated audiences in Ohio and elsewhere in the Rust Belt.
In an interview with Fortune to be featured in the magazine's upcoming issue, the presumptive Democratic nominee backed off his harshest attacks on the free trade agreement and indicated he didn't want to unilaterally reopen negotiations on NAFTA.
"Sometimes during campaigns the rhetoric gets overheated and amplified," he conceded, after I reminded him that he had called NAFTA "devastating" and "a big mistake," despite nonpartisan studies concluding that the trade zone has had a mild, positive effect on the U.S. economy.
Obama: NAFTA not so bad after all, CNNMoney, June 18, 2008.
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The Knickerbockers provide the background jam... Lies, lies
Goodness, that’s an eyefull.