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16th November
2009
written by Sean Noble

In Obama’s fantasy world of make believe, he thinks that just by saying so, it is so.

Case in point. At Recovery.gov the White House lists 30 jobs saved or created in Arizona’s 15th Congressional District by spending $761,000. Uh, small problem. Arizona only has eight Congressional Districts.

As John Shadegg asks, “Is this the same federal government Democrats want to entrust with our healthcare?”

I think the answer is obvious.

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6 Comments

  1. Kelley
    17/11/2009

    It’s only a matter of time before Obama starts-literally- re-writing history books so that everything is more to his liking. Reality is clearly not a priority for him or his Administration.

  2. 17/11/2009

    I’m always amazed at all the inaccurate errors Obama and his administration are dismissed for saying. We all know what would have happened if a Republican president would have said that! I guess that his claim that this healthcare plan was NOT going to cost (us) ‘even a dime more’ could be inaccuarate, eh?

  3. Carol
    17/11/2009

    Maybe universities should come up with a new course called “Inventive Statistics 101” to create a methodology to justify expanded government spending?

  4. shannon hunsaker
    17/11/2009

    TYPOS!! How dare anyone make TYPOS!!!
    I don’t see where Obama SAID that. I see a webpage being updated by somebody, but I really doubt Obama updates that webpage…and I definitely don’t see a quote from Obama?? Sean you are reaching on this one…and you just need to reach a little further. But I’ll give you a c+ for effort.

  5. shannon hunsaker
    17/11/2009

    This is what happens when you let Republican Presidents speak…

    “There’s an old saying in Tennessee — I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again.” —Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 17, 2002

  6. Kelley
    17/11/2009

    Shannon~
    You know as well as anyone else this goes FAR beyond typos. Don’t kid yourself. And even if it were JUST typos, entrusting someone with your health care requires faith in their ability to NOT MAKE TYPOS!!!!!!!

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