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    Obama apparently does not “regret staking out that (misleading) claim” about the sequester

    Obama apparently does not “regret staking out that (misleading) claim” about the sequester

    Why should he? It worked like a charm

    Via The Weekly Standard, Sperling Admits Obama Misled in Debate: The President Did Propose the Sequester:

    White House economic adviser Gene Sperling admits that, yes, in fact, the sequestration was President Obama’s plan.

    “We put forth the design of” the sequestration, Sperling finally admits after a long back-and-forth.

    When the White House is reduced to using ridiculous analogies proposed by Jonathan Chait of New York Magazine, you know they are desperate.

    Hey Gene, will Obama regret staking out that claim?

    Apparently not.  Because being Obama means never having to say you’re sorry.  Or regretful.


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    dacama | March 3, 2013 at 9:59 pm

    Well, they have no problem lying to the public but not to a fellow traveler.

    1andyman | March 3, 2013 at 11:46 pm

    Given that BHO was not a natural born Citizen and therefore ineligible for the office, I find it impossible to be concerned about or surprised by his other lies. The whole transformation is built on a huge falsehood that goes ignored.

    Sardondi | March 4, 2013 at 12:06 am

    “Obama apparently does not regret staking out that (misleading) claim” about the sequester”. Well, no more than “Obama does not regret leading a life founded on, made possible and maintained by a network of lies.”

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