The “line” versus the facts

No original work here, just wanting to memorialize this clear delineation of the “line” coming from the Obama administration versus news reports that appear to be factually accurate.

This summary appeared on the Paula Priesse Facebook account. OK, just for discussion-sake I’ll concede that she might be viewed as a way right-wing commentator. So what. Facts are facts. Don’t read any further if facts confuse you.

May 1st – The headlines below are all within the last 24 hours. Honest. It makes one wonder, what exactly did the Obots expect from re-electing their hero?

1) A stronger economy?

a) WA Post: US private employers add just 119K jobs in April, fewest in 7 months

b) Reuters: Nearly half of US college grads are underemployed 2) Lower taxes? WA Post: Analysis of Obama’s budget finds a higher tax burden for most Americans (4/22)

3) Foreign policy leadership?

a) Fox News: Obama walks back ‘red line’ stance on Syrian government using chemical weapons

b) WA Post: Iraq on the brink – again

4) Less terrorism/better security?

a) USA Today: Boston police arrest 3 more suspects in bombing case

b) Daily Mail: Saudi Arabia warned the United States IN WRITING about Boston Bomber & finally

5) Greater transparency?

WA Examiner: Issa – New Benghazi hearing will ‘expose new facts’ Obama ‘has tried to suppress’

Conclusion

So only one question remains. What’s more frightening? This disaster of a President or that over 65 million voted to re-elect him?

 

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