Thursday, June 28, 2012

Come on baby, fight my liar

You can’t make this stuff up, because they already did

Elizabeth Warren goes Alinsky, fighting the Indians while STILL claiming to be one of them

Cornell Law Professor William A. Jacobson: “Four Cherokee women went to Boston this week to try to meet Elizabeth Warren to show Warren genealogical evidence proving that Warren has no Cherokee ancestry, and to explain to Warren why her continued insistence that she is Cherokee is offensive… part of a group of Cherokees who demand that Warren tell the truth…Warren talks a good game about fighting for the downtrodden at the same time that she steps on the backs of generations of Cherokees…The way Warren has treated these Cherokee women is the way a schoolyard bully treats physically weaker classmates.”  Read more here

But Warren isn’t alone in spinning yarns about her ancestry 

Mark Steyn on the fantasy element of Obama’s memoir:  “Courtesy of David Maraniss' new book, we now know that yet another key prop of Barack Obama's identity is false: His Kenyan grandfather was not brutally tortured or even non-brutally detained by his British colonial masters. The composite gram'pa joins an ever-swelling cast of characters from Barack's "memoir" who, to put it discreetly, differ somewhat in reality from their bit parts in the grand Obama narrative…”  Read more here

And the Washington Post (yes, believe it or not, the POST) has once again awarded its FOUR PINOCCHIO rating to Obama’s latest anti-Romney ad:

On several occasions, we have faulted the campaign for its claims, apparently to little avail… On just about every level, this ad is misleading, unfair and untrue, from the use of “corporate raider” to its examples of alleged outsourcing.”   Read more here

Four Pinocchios:  Defined by the Washington Post as “Whoppers.”

 Heard any good ones lately?

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