Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Obamaworld: Where Things Are "True But False"

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Obamaworld may be the counterpart to Disney World.

While Disney is said to be the "happiest place on earth," Obamaworld may be the most "deceptive place on earth."

And Obamaworld has an equally entertaining cast of characters.

While the brew-ha-ha boiled last week about Anne Romney being unqualified for certain opinions because she has stayed at home and raised kids---the truth according to Hillary Rosen, a Democratic strategist, there were other facts emerging. One that the so-called "pro-women," secular progressives, as opposed to "anti-women" pro-life folks would have preferred to have left under wraps.

Media Research
pointed out the following:

"On Sunday’s This Week, George Stephanopoulos stumbled into the truth when he told Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner that Mitt Romney’s statistic, about how 92.3 percent of all job losses since President Obama took office have occurred to women, is accurate.”

That, however, contradicted the liberal party line espoused by ABC reporter David Muir on Wednesday’s World News when he stated: "The non-partisan group PolitiFact saying that number right there is ‘mostly false,’ arguing the President can’t be held responsible for the job picture the day he took office.”

So, President George W. Bush is responsible and he is also anti-woman.

There's more:

"On Sunday, Geithner called use of the statistic 'a ridiculous way to look at the problem,' prompting Stephanopoulos to press him: “But you do concede that the number is correct? It’s technically accurate.” As opposed to accurate but not technically so? Geithner did not concede the point.

(This is the same accurate statistic which the Washington Post’s mis-named “The Fact Checker” assessed as “TRUE BUT FALSE.”)

Geithner was also confronted with Romney’s job loss number on Meet the Press and Face the Nation. NBC’s David Gregory did not challenge him when Geithner dismissed it as “ridiculous,” but CBS’s Bob Schieffer did at least follow up: “Basically, you’re saying that is right, that most of the jobs that have been lost recently have been lost by women?”

True but False.

I'm wondering if President Obama has apologized to Ann Romney, as he did to Sandra Fluke?

Obamaworld is a "wonderful" world where true can be false. Or, false can be true---as needed.

I can almost hear Louis Armstrong singing it..."I see taxpayer subsidized companies of green...the banner of the rainbow inverting the culture...I hear babies cry, at least those who are not an inconvenience...I watch them grow...someday they'll know how facts can be true but false...and I say to myself, it's Obamaworld."

May God deliver us from evil.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.