Call them out and keep calling them out. Today’s editorial in the New York Times is a travesty to the human brain.
When you know something is untrue, and you state it as true, that is not “misspeaking,” that is a premeditated deception. Ever since his election in 2008, Barry-Boy has practiced and honed the art of double-speak to the point where it is no longer a science, it has become an art form.
Mr. Obama clearly misspoke when he said that. By law, insurers cannot continue to sell policies that don’t provide the minimum benefits and consumer protections required as of next year. So they’ve sent cancellation notices to hundreds of thousands of people who hold these substandard policies. (At issue here are not the 149 million people covered by employer plans, but the 10 million to 12 million people who buy policies directly on the individual market.)
Misspeaking is a simple failure to express oneself sufficiently clearly or accurately.
You can keep your policy. Keep your doctor. Save $2500/year. Benghazi wasn’t terrorism. We will close Gitmo. I didn’t declare a redline for Syria. Didn’t use the IRS to affect an election. Someone tell me how many times you can “clearly” mispeak with a video montage like this:
Lying is much more complex…it is premeditated, with malice-aforethought, with the will to deceive, outright prevarication, i.e. when someone tells an untruth in a manner designed to deceive.
It seems Democrats have always been bad judges of character, which is why they gravitate to sleazebags. They use fictional stereotypes to LABEL EVERYONE, and see every situation as a soap opera plot. They are so impressed with themselves and their (usually faulty) opinions that they plaster them on the back of their cars and just HAVE to tell you their opinions.
Barack Obama has indeed become, the “Liar-in-Chief.”