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Fox News Poll: 6 in 10 Voters Say Obama Lies to the Country on Important matters

5 years of lies starting to catch up....
 

*Q26. How often do you think Barack Obama lies to the country on important matters
37% most of the time
24% some of the time
 
 foxnews
About six in ten American voters think Barack Obama lies to the country on important matters some or most of the time, according to a Fox News poll released Wednesday.

Thirty-seven percent think Obama lies “most of the time,” while another 24 percent say he lies “some of the time.” Twenty percent of voters say “only now and then” and 15 percent “never.”

President Obama has been accused by political opponents and media fact-checkers alike of telling falsehoods. Frequently cited: His repeated claim that under Obamacare “If you like your plan, you can keep it” and his insistence that “the day after Benghazi happened, I acknowledged that this was an act of terrorism.”

The number of voters saying Obama lies “most of the time” includes 13 percent of Democrats. It also includes 12 percent of blacks, 16 percent of liberals, 31 percent of unmarried women and 34 percent of those under age 30 -- all key Obama constituencies.

Yet some of those groups are also among those most likely to say Obama “never” lies to the country on important matters: blacks (37 percent), Democrats (31 percent), liberals (28 percent) and women (19 percent).







 

Jimmy Carter to President Obama: Reject the Keystone XL Pipeline Because of Climate Change


What former president Bush called a 'no brainer,' former president Carter calls a 'danger' to the climate. What a complete ignoramus. Just forget the fact that there are already 30,000 miles of petroleum pipeline in the United States, and forget the fact that pipeline is the safest, most efficient and economical way to transport product by far.

Carter to Obama: 'You know better'


CBS News
Former President Jimmy Carter urged President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry to reject construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline on Wednesday, warning that the project would worsen the damaging effects of climate change and saying their decision would define their legacy "on one of the greatest challenges humanity has ever faced."

"As you deliberate the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, you are poised to make a decision that will signal either a dangerous commitment to the status quo, or bold leadership that will inspire millions counting on you to do the right thing for our shared climate," explained a letter signed by Carter and nine other former recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize. The letter appeared as a newspaper advertisement on Wednesday morning.

The proposed project would transport crude oil harvested from tar sands in Canada to refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast. Supporters have said it would be a boon for job creation and domestic energy production, but opponents have warned that oil extraction from the tar sands -- among the most carbon-intensive methods of energy production -- would greatly expand if the project is approved.

"You are among the first generation of leaders that knows better -- leaders that have the knowledge, tools, and opportunity to pivot our societies away from fossil fuels and towards smarter, safer and cleaner energy,"

Flashback George W. Bush: 'Build the damn thing'


 

Russian Ambassador to Christiane Amanpour: We Have 'No Plans' to Invade or Annex Ukraine

Direct question from Christiane Amanpour: 'Does Russia have any intention of annexing or moving into or invading or somehow taking control of any more territory in Ukraine, especially Eastern Ukraine?'

Russian Ambassador: 'Let me give you a straightforward answer, No'

Everybody on the same page with the lie that they have no intention of military action in Ukraine. President Vladimir Putin, Russian Foreign Minister Lavro, Defense minister Anatoly Antonov and now Ambassador to the EU Vladimir Chizhov

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CNN's Don Lemon: "I Don’t Agree With Everything That Comes Out of Al Sharpton’s Mouth and Al Sharpton is Not My Leader"



"Many people think that African-Americans are monolithic and they speak with one voice and that there is one leader, and you know, there are a lot of people who follow Al Sharpton.  I have nothing against Al Sharpton, I have no beef with him, but I don’t agree with everything that comes out of Al Sharpton’s mouth and Al Sharpton is not my leader"

CNN's Don Lemon on the Laura Ingraham radio show-


 

Montana Republican Shoots Down Drone in New Campaign Ad (VIDEO)

WATCH- 'Spying on our citizens is just wrong!'


The federal government is too big and too powerful"

Republican candidate for Congress in Montana Matt Rosendale has a message for the federal government: if you send a drone to spy on me, I’ll take it out.  
Rosendale, a state senator running for the U.S. House of Representatives, unveiled an ad Monday that depicts a standoff between him and a “government drone” that is “spying” on him. Spoiler alert, the drone loses.

The ad begins from the viewpoint of the “drone,” and then depicts Rosendale shooting it down with a rifle. Turning to the camera, Rosendale declares that he knows how to deal with big government and is ready to “stand tall for freedom"

 

Bloomberg Says “I Have Earned My Place in Heaven” Because of My Work On Gun Safety


I can't find anything in Romans 10:9-10 that talks about salvation through good works on gun safety

Bloomberg says, 'it's not even close'


huffingtonpost
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is sure he has a spot in Heaven.

At least that's what the founder of the group Mayors Against Illegal Guns told the New York Times in an interview published Tuesday:
Mr. Bloomberg was introspective as he spoke, and seemed both restless and wistful. When he sat down for the interview, it was a few days before his 50th college reunion. His mortality has started dawning on him, at 72. And he admitted he was a bit taken aback by how many of his former classmates had been appearing in the “in memoriam” pages of his school newsletter.

But if he senses that he may not have as much time left as he would like, he has little doubt about what would await him at a Judgment Day. Pointing to his work on gun safety, obesity and smoking cessation, he said with a grin: “I am telling you if there is a God, when I get to heaven I’m not stopping to be interviewed. I am heading straight in. I have earned my place in heaven. It’s not even close.”
According to the Times, Bloomberg plans to spend $50 million in 2014 to build an anti-gun violence group that could better battle the National Rifle Association.

Bloomberg has been quite vocal in the past about his support for measures to help prevent gun violence, including background checks. 




 

Stoned Mom Avoids Jail After Driving 12 Miles With Baby on Roof



Catalina Clouser, 19,  gets probation for driving with 5-week old on roof


An Arizona mother will avoid jail time after she got high and drove nearly 12 miles with her 2-month-old baby on the roof of her car.

Maricopa County Superior Judge Cynthia Bailey sentenced 21-year-old Catalina Mariah Clouser on Wednesday to 16 years of supervised probation. She will have to serve 3 months in jail only if she violates the order, a local CBS affiliate reported.

Miss Clouser pleaded guilty in February to child abuse and driving under the influence of marijuana after her infant son was found miraculously unhurt in the middle of a Phoenix highway in June 2012, still strapped into his car seat, Reuters reported.

Miss Clouser, who was 19 at the time, had driven about 12 miles with the baby on the roof after reportedly smoking pot at a friend’s house. She was arrested after realizing the baby was missing and returning to the scene.

“I just want to say, I do know that what I did was horrible,” she said during the sentencing last week.






 

Obama Statement Calls Boston Marathan Bombing a 'Tragedy,' No Mention of Terrorism


Also no mention of Boston 'bombing'


washingtonexaminer
Here are a few things missing from President Obama's statement Tuesday marking the anniversary of the 2013 terrorist bombing of the Boston Marathon:
• The word "terrorism."

• The word "bombing."

• The fact that the bombers were motivated by Islamist extremist beliefs.
No, in his mind this was a "tragedy" that just somehow happened and from which we need to recover, not a criminal act that may have been preventable.

Here's the statement-

A year ago, tragedy struck at the 117th Boston Marathon. Four innocent people were killed that week, and hundreds more were wounded. Today, we remember Krystle Campbell, Lingzi Lu, Martin Richard, and Sean Collier. And we send our thoughts and prayers to those still struggling to recover.

We also know that the most vivid Images from that day were not of smoke and chaos, but of compassion, kindness and strength: A man in a cowboy hat helping a wounded stranger out of harm’s way; runners embracing loved ones, and each other; an EMT carrying a spectator to safety. Today, we recognize the incredible courage and leadership of so many Bostonians in the wake of unspeakable tragedy. And we offer our deepest gratitude to the courageous firefighters, police, medical professionals, runners and spectators who displayed the spirit Boston was built on – perseverance, freedom and love.





 

'Putin Understands That He Has Nothing to Fear From the United States'



'The Ukrainians are utterly helpless'

'What we are doing is holding the coat of the unarmed little guy in a fight'

From the Special Report-


 

Photos: Passenger Ship Carrying 447 People Sinks Off South Korean Coast








A coast guard rescue is underway to help a passenger ship that’s sinking off the coast of South Korea. The ship is carrying 447 people, many of whom are students, according to the ship’s owner Chonghaejin Marine Co.

No passengers have been harmed so far in the incident, which occurred off South Korea’s southwest coast, coast guard official Park Jung Il said by phone from Mokpo, southwest Korea. An official at Chonghaejin Marine Co. confirmed it owns the sinking “Sewol” vessel, asking not to be named citing company policy. The ship usually travels between Incheon and the South Korean island of Jeju, Yonhap News reported.

About 190 passengers have been rescued from the vessel so far, Yonhap reported, without citing anyone. The car ferry was built in 1994 and has a capacity of 921 passengers, the agency said. The ship was carrying 325 high school students and about 150 cars, Yonhap said.

YTN TV reported the ship may have hit rocks due to fog, citing a South Korean government official. (via Bloomberg)

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