Subject: Famous Presidential Lies Contest
Famous Presidential Lies Contest
Written by, To The Point News
We were attacked (in the Gulf of Tonkin )
I am not a crook
Read my lips - No New Taxes
I did not have sex with that woman… Miss Lewinski
Iraq has weapons of mass destruction
I will have the most transparent administration in history.
The stimulus will fund shovel-ready jobs.
I am focused like a laser on creating jobs.
The IRS is not targeting anyone.
It was a spontaneous riot about a movie.
I will put an end to the type of politics that “breeds division, conflict and cynicism”.
You didn’t build that!
I will restore trust in Government.
The Cambridge cops acted stupidly.
The public will have 5 days to look at every bill that lands on my desk
It’s not my red line - it is the world’s red line.
Whistle blowers will be protected in my administration.
We got back every dime we used to rescue the banks and auto companies, with interest.
I am not spying on American citizens.
Obama Care will be good for America .
You can keep your family doctor.
Premiums will be lowered by $2500.
If you like it, you can keep your current healthcare plan.
It’s just like shopping at Amazon.
I knew nothing about “Fast and Furious” gunrunning to Mexican drug cartels.
I knew nothing about IRS targeting conservative groups.
I knew nothing about what happened in Benghazi .
I have never known my uncle from Kenya who is in the country illegally and that was arrested and told to leave the country over 20 years ago.
And, I have never lived with that uncle. He finally admitted (12-05-2013) that he DID know his uncle and that he DID live with him.
If elected I promise not to renew the Patriot Act.
If elected I will end the war in Iraq and Afghanistan within the 1st 9 months of my term.
I will close Guantanamo within the first 6 months of my term.
I will bridge the gap between black and white and between America and other countries.
And the biggest one of all:
“I, Barrack Hussein Obama, pledge to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America .”
I believe we have a winner
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”Blessed are you when they revile and persecute you, and say all kinds of evil against you falsely for My sake. Rejoice and be exceedingly glad, for great is your reward in heaven, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you.”
”For nothing is secret that will not be revealed, nor anything hidden that will not be known and come to light.”
But Jesus often withdrew to lonely places and prayed.
– Luke 5:16
”The Lord is my shepherd. He makes me to lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside the still waters.”
”Then Jesus said to His disciples, `If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me.”
Feb. 13, 1969: ‘Adults have taught these kids to hate.’
In the cafeteria, where the trouble began, the floor was slick with milk spilled from those small cartons ubiquitous in American schools. Windows were broken. Tables overturned. Pieces of broken glass crunched under the feet of investigators trying to figure out what happened, and how things at Oliver High School had gotten so quickly out of control.
The anger that had flared in the room just a short time earlier had gone from the place and now there was mostly sadness. A 17-year-old senior named Ed sat by himself and did not look up at the mess around him. He was part of the school’s Grievance Committee, which had tried to head off the clash. He admitted that his group’s efforts “just turned into a big nothing.”
His friend Greg stood nearby. “I thought we were there,” Greg said. “I thought we were getting things fixed up pretty well between blacks and whites.”
Audrey Beverett agreed. In sewing class and gym class, white girls and black girls laughed and joked with each other and “it really seemed like school again.”
But then, at noon, words were exchanged in the cafeteria. Students separated. Whites at one end, blacks at the other. Stools and trays and fists flew through the air. This went on for 15 minutes. In the end, two students were taken to Allegheny General Hospital and the cafeteria was a shambles.
Oliver had experienced trouble before. In Nov. 1967, a 45-minute melee between white and black students ended only when 150 police showed up. School officials were shocked. They thought Oliver was a place of “good race relations.”
A year later, brawling students shattered dishes and tore out light fixtures in the cafeteria. The rukus spilled onto the streets outside, where teenagers lobbed rocks and bricks at each other. Students were getting accustomed to seeing lines of police officers in the hallways.
One parent at Oliver worried the kids were becoming “monsters.”
It’s not the students, said the school’s new principal, Dominic Iannotta. It’s not the school.
“The adults have taught these kids to hate,” he said. “Every time there is a disruption at Oliver, people ask the question, ‘What’s wrong with Oliver?’ Instead, they should be asking, ‘What’s wrong with the community?’”
Top picture: In Sept. 1969, a few months after a massive student fight in Oliver High School’s cafeteria, violence once again erupted at the school, this time spilling out onto the grounds outside. (Al Herrmann Jr./The Pittsburgh Press)
”Certainly not! How shall we who died to sin live any longer in it?”
”A thousand may fall at your side, And ten thousand at your right hand; But it shall not come near you”
”You crown the year with Your goodness, And Your paths drip with abundance.”
”And Jesus said to them, ‘Follow me, and I will make you become fishers of men”’
”For His merciful kindness is great toward us, And the truth of the Lord endures forever. Praise the Lord!”