An open letter to the people who hate Obama more than they love America

HateThis was originally published by Ministry Of Truth and has appeared on many other sites around the internet. I reblog it here because I was just about to start my own post to suggest that the Republican Party should change its name to be the Non-American Party: the argument being almost too easy since the Republicans are obviously embezzling the wealth and the freedom of this country in a directed effort to return the United States to those days of yore when rich white landowners ran the show and none of the social changes of the last two-hundred years continue to exist. America will once again be for the rich white man who doesn’t want to pay his fair share of taxes and expects to have women and other slaves provide for his comfort and the expansion of his wealth.

But I was stopped by this much more eloquent and detailed post. After reading it, I couldn’t think of anything to add. How does this fit in with your world view?

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If you believe Chris Christie still has a chance to be president, I’ve got a (GW) Bridge to sell you

This was republished at the Daily Kos; go read the complete article and any earlier postings.

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Some call them lies, others call them myths

When you take an objective view, they are all worthy of a used-car salesman and not a presidential candidate. Igor Volsky wrote in Think Progress:

At Last Night’s Debate: Romney Told 27 Myths In 38 Minutes

Pundits from both sides of the aisle have lauded Mitt Romney’s strong debate performance, praising his preparedness and ability to challenge President Obama’s policies and accomplishments. But Romney only accomplished this goal by repeatedly misleading viewers. He spoke for 38 minutes of the 90 minute debate and told at least 27 myths:

Go to Think Progress to read the article. My only problem was that I was getting used to the press and politicians calling a lie a lie and not being politic by referencing things like myths. But I suppose that when the GOP tells the same lies over and over again they do begin to reach mythological status.