Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Obama: " You Can't Just Make Stuff Up"

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President Barack Obama told reporters at the White House on Monday that one of the things someone learns as president of the United States is that “you can't just make stuff up."

In rebutting assertions by Mitt Romney's presidential campaign that the Obama administration is waiving the work requirement rules for welfare recipients, Obama said, “The truth of the matter is you can't just make stuff up. That’s one thing you learn as president of the United States. You get called in to account."

The question then, should have been, at what point during your presidency did you learn you could no longer just make things up? And could you share that experience with us---perhaps even write a book about it?

The press didn't bother to follow up.

Also note: At the bottom of the link above is a story (Original Source-Associated Press) regarding the fact that Obama, under the name of Barry Soetoro, received financial aid from the Fullbright Foundation Scholarship Award as a foreign undergraduate student from Indonesia. This would have been prior to his learning he could no longer make things up without being accountable.

This and much more is becoming public as the Obama/Soetoro Occidental College transcripts become public.

And speaking of the illusive President, I'm sure you've heard of the Dinesh D' Souza documentary titled, "2016 Obama's America." It has been playing in Yakima and Wentachee theaters. Some of our readers have told me it will open in Seattle at the AMC Pacific Place, 600 Pine St., this Friday the 24th. The film's website does not indicate that, but be sure to check it out. The link above shows where the film is showing nationally.

One more thing. Are you aware that a new Bible based game show is premiering this week?

Jeff Foxworthy is hosting, "The American Bible Challenge" which premiers on the Game Show Network (GSN) tomorrow night, August 24 at 8/7 Central. I understand a part of the revenue from the show goes to help people and families in need through the Salvation Army.

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