On the issue of Barack Obama’s management of the so-called Syrian crisis, the American public seems split into two camps.
Half the country believes he’s lying.
The other half believes he doesn’t know what the hell he’s talking about.
Is it possible both sides could be right?
After all, this is the same guy who closed Gitmo — right?
And once said on national television that he was of the “Muslim faith,” until Democrat Kool-Aid drinker George Stephanopoulos had to remind him that he is a Christian.
When he was trying to sell a book he said he was born in Kenya, and when he was running for president he said he was born in the U.S.
Dr. Obama has said, among other things, that kidney problems require patients to have “Breathalyzers,” that the United States built the “intercontinental” railroad, and that if every motorist would just properly inflate their tires, the energy crisis would be over.
“Companies like Solyndra are leading the way toward a brighter and more prosperous future.”
They speak “Austrian” in Austria. And Arabic in Afghanistan.
“On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its unbroken line of fallen heroes, and I see many of them here in the audience today...”
He calls Hawaii “Asia.”
Benghazi was caused by a YouTube video — a video by a Christian, naturally.
The Cambridge police acted stupidly.
He’s focusing “laser-like” on the economy.
“I favor legalizing same-sex marriages and would fight efforts to prohibit such marriages.”
“I am not somebody who promotes same-sex marriage.”
The Keystone XL Pipeline will only create 50 jobs.
He once bowled a 129 — “this is like Special Olympics.”
His parents first met at the Selma, Ala., marches — five years after he was born.
Al-Qaeda is on the run.
Pre-Sandusky, his favorite college football team was the “Nittaly Lions” of Penn State.
He’s a “South Side kid” and lifelong fan of the Chicago White Sox, but cannot name a single player, past or present, and thinks that the team plays at Comiskey Park.
He says the nation must uphold “the ideal of public education” but sends his own children to private school.
Dr. Abdul Nissan, slaughtering unarmed Americans as he chanted “Allahu Akbar,” was “workplace violence.”
Under Obamacare you will get to keep your own doctor, and it will “bend the cost curve.”
He would bring a new civility to Washington, while calling Tea Party members “teabaggers.”
If you make $250,000 or less a year, you “will not see any form of tax increase.”
On his March Madness sheet, he once spelled “Syracuse” as “Syracus.”
“You didn’t build that ...”
No one is trying to take your guns away.
His grandfather liberated Auschwitz.
His father fought in World War II.
In his memoir, he had a “composite girlfriend.”
The sequester was not his idea, and it would cause complete paralysis in the U.S., or so “some people” falsely said.
He was unaware that Rev. Jeremiah Wright was a radical.
Let’s have a big round of applause for “Navy Corpse-man Christian Brossard.”
There used to be a saying in the ’60s — “Would you buy a used war from this man?” Like the peace sign, it’s back, by popular demand.
Z, GeeeeZ readers.......lies or stupidity? Or neither, or both? Is this a fair list? What do you disagree with?