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Bill: Who Wants A POTUS Who Will Lie To You?

From the Daily Caller:

Clinton asks Philadelphia crowd: ‘Who wants a president who will knowingly, repeatedly tell you something he knows isn’t true?’

By Gregg Re | 11/06/2012

Campaigning for President Barack Obama in Philadelphia on Monday afternoon, former President Bill Clinton inadvertently struck a note of irony while attempting to criticize Mitt Romney’s campaign.

“You’re laughing, but who wants a president who will knowingly, repeatedly tell you something he knows is not true?” Clinton asked, after discounting a claim in a recent Romney ad that the Obama administration’s auto bailout hurt American workers.

“When I was a kid, if I got my hand caught in the cookie jar, where it wasn’t supposed to be, I turned red in my face, and I took my hand out of the cookie jar,” Clinton added.

And never mind that he still hasn’t taken his hand out of the cookie jar to this day.

Clinton was impeached in 1998 on one count of perjury and one count of obstruction of justice, after repeatedly telling Americans and a grand jury that he did not have sexual relations with a White House intern.

It’s also clear that Mr. Clinton tried to suborn perjury by asking Ms. Lewinsky and others to lie in their testimony in his sexual harassment case.

“You’ve got to give it to Governor Romney. When he gets his hand caught in the cookie jar, he just digs down for more cookies,” Clinton said Monday, to applause. “I want you to send him a message tomorrow. You don’t have to be from Ohio to want your president to tell you the truth, when it comes to jobs for the American people.”

By the way, Bill Clinton is such a liar he even lost his law license for a while. Imagine being such a liar that even lawyers find it offensive?

Meanwhile, Biden is also parroting these preposterous lies, and accusing Romney and Ryan of being liars for saying in an ad that Chrysler is going to start building Jeeps in China. Which, of course, is an undisputed fact.

From an irony proof Associated Press:

Biden predicts big victory in Electoral College

By MATTHEW DALY | Sun November 4, 2012

LAKEWOOD, Ohio (AP) — … Earlier, Biden said Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan, are running a ‘‘con game’’ on voters, trying to fool them into thinking the Republican ticket is more moderate than it is.

Biden, campaigning in Lakewood, Ohio, cited Romney’s changing positions on tax cuts, Iraq and other issues. He told a crowd of 1,200 people at Lakewood High School outside Cleveland that a GOP ad claiming that automaker Jeep will move jobs out of Ohio was ‘‘pernicious’’ and a sign Romney does not have the character to be president…

‘‘It’s the most cynical play I’ve seen,’’ he told Matthews in an interview taped in Lakewood. ‘‘It’s not just a lie, but it goes to character. They don’t have much character at all.’’ …

This from a man who has lied about almost every aspect of his life, from his schooling, to playing football, to many of the events in his political life. And, on top of being a well known pathological liar, he is also a pathological plagiarist.

And yet Biden has the breathtaking gall to chide Romney and Ryan over their ‘character.’ It really is too much.

And, of course, Biden is also a borderline psychotic, who has no control over what comes out of his mouth.

From the Associated Press:

Biden: ‘President Clinton Bankrupted Chrysler’

November 5, 2012

LAKEWOOD, Ohio (AP) — Another oops for Vice President Joe Biden. He’s mistakenly referred to “President Clinton” instead of “President Obama.”

Biden told a crowd of 1,200 people at Lakewood High School Sunday that a Republican ad claiming Jeep will move jobs out of Ohio was “pernicious,” and a sign that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is desperate to win the state.

Biden says the ad claims “President Clinton bankrupted Chrysler so that Italians could buy it to ship jobs overseas to China.” …

Biden, who is known for going off script, did not correct himself on Sunday and the crowd at the high school outside Cleveland appeared not to notice.

Isn’t he cute? And don’t worry about re-electing such a lunatic to be a heartbeat away from the President.

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Tuesday, November 6th, 2012. Comments are currently closed.

6 Responses to “Bill: Who Wants A POTUS Who Will Lie To You?”

  1. Chrispbass

    PRICELESS and telling.
    If there was ever any doubt remaining about this man’s integrity…

  2. Reality Bytes

    Depends on what your definition of will, er uh, will, uh, hmmm, is?

  3. mr_bill

    So “the cookie jar” is what Clinton is calling it these days?

  4. A new circle of Hell – for brazen and breathtaking hypocrisy and mendacity – will have to be created for the Clintons and their ilk. It will quickly be filled to overflowing with Demonicrats.

  5. I have extended family members who are lawyers, we have friends that are lawyers, our top friend of our family is a lawyer, but even still, it doesn’t EVER change the universal truth about them:

    They have NO SOUL, and will look you right in the eye and lie to you without blinking. They scoff and get their hair raised when you confront them, and they laugh and squeal at their ability to talk their way out of it.

    Monica Lewinsky It is impossible to listen to Clinton’s ridiculous speech and not flashback to every lie he uttered, the media cover-up of it, and the final results. Clinton knows this:
    1. His audience will laugh and applaud as if there was a flashing sign over their heads.
    2. He raises his voice in a loud, continuous, monotoned, run-on sentence to make a point, the audience will start clapping and cheer wildly.
    3. He will not be confronted about his lies.
    4. The media will give him cover once again.

    And seriously? If a huge stinker like Obama even gets close to a victory today, America is DOOMED. It will be affirmation that the American people are too stupid to vote to save their own neck, achieving another level of indifference, complacency, or outright active destruction of America.




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