Lies, More Lies, Still More Lies… and the Simpletons Who Repeat Them

by Scott Creighton

I don’t know how else I can put this: “waterboarding” is illegal and has been for some time, but we have ALREADY addressed this a year ago when John Yoo first became a household name. So, why are we talking about it NOW?

It’s a DISTRACTION people.

All the dissent groups are talking about torture. Keith Olbermann is talking about torture. The republican sites are deliberately mouthing off in ludicrous ways about torture NOT being torture so as to fuel the fire and keep this crap going as LONG AS POSSIBLE.


Well, let’s try to take our feeble little minds back a few weeks and see what was the BIG ISSUE (read as “current ongoing criminal activity”) facing the nation and drawing much unwanted attention from the liberals and the conservatives alike.  Hmm… what could that have been? I can’t seem to remember back past the last episode of Dancing With the Stars….

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Biggest Lie Of 2009: Hillary Claims Obama Has Followed Words With Actions

When in reality his every move has mimicked the Bush agenda

by Paul Joseph Watson, Prison Planet

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton must take the crown for uttering the biggest falsehood of the year so far, after she claimed that President Barack Obama has followed words with actions, when in reality his every major policy has mirrored or intensified the Bush agenda.

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Obama meets with bank, credit card executives

by Barry Grey, WSWS

President Barack Obama met Thursday at the White House with executives of major banks and credit card companies amidst growing public anger over sudden increases in interest rates and fees, in many cases by companies that have received billions of dollars in taxpayer bailout money.

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The Shamelessness of Jane Harman

by Justin Raimondo, AntiWar

Confronted with clear evidence that she tried to obstruct justice in the case of Steve Rosen and Keith Weissman — two former top AIPAC officials slated to go on trial for espionage on June 2 — Rep. Jane Harman, a California Democrat, did what politicians usually do when forced to face unpleasant facts: she brazened it out. In a response to the Congressional Quarterly piece by Jeff Stein that has proved such an entertaining embarrassment, she brayed:

“These claims are an outrageous and recycled canard, and have no basis in fact. I never engaged in any such activity. Those who are peddling these false accusations should be ashamed of themselves.”

Notice how she doesn’t deny saying that she would “engage in any such activity,” i.e. that she would intervene with the Bush White House and the Justice Department to get the charges in the Rosen-Weissman case reduced or dropped — instead, she says she never kept her promise to the “suspected Israeli agent,” as the CQ piece described her interlocutor. What? A politician who breaks a promise? I’m shocked! — shocked!

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