Misleader-in-Chief

Bruce Johnson
Of all the Presidents in my lifetime, I don't recall a Commander in Chief that seems to purposely mislead.  Yet this President often orates with well crafted phrases that can only be explained as contrived to this purpose.  The circumstances are virtually always similar.  He speaks to a large crowd in which there is no chance for rebuttal or honest questioning. The audience can be as large as a national television audience, as in the State of the Union. The larger the audience, the better. Even if retraction or clarification ensued, which never seems to occur, those given the false impression far out weighs those who possess the accurate explanation. What a game he plays. We had yet another perfect example yesterday, December 11.  The President was addressing a crowd regarding the Michigan right to work issue.  Obama said, ""And by the way, what we shouldn't do -- I've just got to say this -- what we shouldn't be doing is trying to take away your rights to...(Read Full Post)

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