Skip to comments.At GOP convention in Tampa, full truth is sometimes missing
Posted on 09/02/2012 9:27:08 AM PDT by PLK
TAMPA, Fla. Beyond the hoopla, politics and glitz, the Republican National Convention has been marked by speeches filled with half-truths, misleading statements, obfuscations and downright falsehoods.
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This "fact-checker" stuff is getting ridiculous. Even the "fact-checkers" are biased. And Obama DID end the work requirement for welfare - he did it by allowing states waivers for it. The political hacks are STILL insisting Mitt Romney's campaign is "lying" about it. Good grief.
I’ve heard about this so-called “lie” as well. So, if I understand what you’re saying, Obama didn’t directly end the work requirement for welfare, but he is allowing the states to decide for themselves? Is that what is going on?
Need to call them out on it..and find another way to get the truth to the people.
In spit of all the hoopla during the Republican convention, there was and has been something missing for generations now in both paratpoliical parties:
Something larger than life, absolutely essential to the ssurvival of our blessed country. Perhaps this an explain it far better than I:
No, states can't "decide for themselves." They are allowed to apply for a waiver and Sebelius at HHS decides. Check this Ann Coulter piece for some more explanation: http://townhall.com/columnists/anncoulter/2012/08/29/new_york_times_fact_checkers_bed_rest_is_work/page/full/