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Trust? An Oxymoron When Combined With Obama

Updated on October 25, 2012

Some One Hand Me A Barf Bag Please

Now this type of talk from Obama, the Snake Oil Salesman, is digging really deep in light of what we have witnessed since the presidential debates ran through their cycle and beyond. I've never been one to trust someone who has been identified as being a pathological liar. I hear from left wing parrots that all politicians lie. If that is so then we need to start changing that too along with changing the inhabitants of The People's House. That is not a good defense for the continual lying that spills from Team Obama now on almost a daily basis.

Maybe you can find it in yourself to trust a liar. I cannot nor will I. Obama has on several occasions said "check the record" or "check the transcript" lately. Every time it is checked it shows that Obama has not told the truth. Then he wants people to trust him? The problem is that Obama actually believes his lies and that is pathological.

Yes, Trust Does Matter Obama

It's just the little things that need to be focused on at times. Like a few from the last 24 hours maybe?

From the Des Moines Register interview that Team Obama didn't want released to the public (how's that for transparency) "Q: Yes, that begs a question from us, Mr. President. Some say you had a super majority in your first two years and had this incredible opportunity, but because of what you were talking about, as you were running, you had to go to get Obamacare done. Do you have any regrets taking on some of the economic issues, some of the issues that we're talking about for your second term, that when you had the chance, so to speak, during your first -- do you have any regrets that you didn't do that at that time?"

The context has to do with his ignoring the declining economy and instead concentrating on Obamacare. That piece of legislative garbage that bears his name. Talk about narcissistic!

Here's his response. Now keep in mind the had control, total control of both houses of Congress, during the first two years of his term. "A: Absolutely not, Laura. Remember the context. First of all, Mitch McConnell has imposed an ironclad filibuster from the first day I was in office. And that's not speculation. I mean, this is -- it’s amply recorded. He gave a speech saying, my task is to defeat the President."

I can play his SOTU Address from the year he was told no and he said "JOBS" were going to become his top priority, which they should have been from the get-go, and instead he ran the end around and spent two years on Obamacare. No contradiction there huh? It isn't what Obama says, it is what he does by his actions.

Next up that same day is Benghazi and the emails that have just surfaced. For weeks Obama and his team of misfits had claimed that they didn't have the intelligence necessary to call a terrorist attack what it was - a terrorist attack. They blamed the killing on four Americans on some silly film. You see, in Obamaville if you don't don't utter the word "terrorist" there's not one. He lied during debate #2 about his Rose Garden statement So trust away huh? He has continually been in the lead covering up the whole Benghazi disaster. So trust away huh? He lied during debate #3 about sequestration and yes I just wrote about that. So you still trust his judgement do you? If his lips are moving now he is suspect to me.

Obama told another bald faced lie at the University of Miami on October 11th concerning the recovery of TARP funds and I wrote about that too. All you trusting liberal souls out there take solace that "you know who Obama is." The question I have to ask myself knowing what you should accept about Obama why in the world do you even consider believing and trusting the man? Is it because he has a (D) by his name and you are that blinded by your partisan attitude?

It's time to stop the blame game and rid ourselves of someone who talks leadership but knows nothing about it.

Here we have a President out on the stump calling people childish names claiming that they have memory lapses. I'm known for my video library and having the capability of pulling up the many falsehoods Obama has stated many times since his 2008 campaign. And you expect me to trust Barack Hussein Obama? I don't think so...

Here's one his more memorable ones that got many of you to vote for him in the first place. Snake oil at its finest and some of you still slurp up every lie he utters like it is cherry flavored koolaid. So he can't run on his record and he reverts to name calling and petty class warfare. Is that what anyone should expect from the President of the United States? I don't think so...

Less Than 2 Minutes And Just The Start Of His Lies

Just use that video as your gauge of the man. Those simple promises were things he easily could have done and did NOT do. He failed this nation and if given another 4 years will destroy our country. All the sudden, after the debates are over, he comes out waving some mythical 20 page plan for the coming 4 years. What do I call that? Too damned little and too damned late is what I call it.

Just think about the four Americans who lost their lives in Benghazi and the ongoing cover up that we are seeing. If you aren't seeing the lack of character and leadership in this whole fiasco I suggest you look first at that and then at yourself. If you aren't seeing it then change the station that you are watching. The blame game has gone on and on even with the truth being exposed. I don't like being misled.

After four years of watching and listening to him blame others over and over again for his own failures, Obama shouldn't be requesting any concerned citizen in this country to trust him. Yes Obama, I do know you now and don't like much of what I see. What I see is a very petty, vindictive, evil man. That's what I see.

"Like" It, "Tweet" It, "Pin " It, "Share It" With Your Followers. Time to let em read it.

As Always,

The Frog Prince

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Feelings and politics make strange bedfellows and usually have no place in the same sentence.

      We're talking about the future course of our country here, not someone's feelings. Please separate the two if for nothing else but the future welfare of your heirs.


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      TSAD 5 years ago from https:// online/ hubpages. html

      Barbara Kay - you "feel that way"? here is a task for you. Take a piece of paper and write Romney on the top right and Obama on the top left. Under each list all the positions each has had that changed and then see if you still "feel that way". "Feelings" can deceive and cloud the facts. BTW better have an extra sheet ready for Obama's "flip flops".

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      Ghost32 5 years ago

      To any student of psychology, the term "projection" is well known. Many a practioner of projection has serious difficulty admitting his faults to himself. He literally cannot see them...and instead, sees them in others, PROJECTS them onto individuals who may be completely free of those faults.

      Thus, it seems highly likely that Obama 100% believes that he is himself a pillar of probity...and that he projects his "bad habits" (such as but not limited to fantastical fibbing) onto his detested opponent.

      None of which solves the problem for the rest of us. We simply need to turn him out to pasture on November 6 and be done with it.

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      Barbara Badder 5 years ago from USA

      I feel that way about Mitt Romney. He changes what he stands for over and over. So I guess it has to do with which side you are for.

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      TSAD 5 years ago from https:// online/ hubpages. html

      Did you hear White House senior adviser David Plouff said "Donald Trump is Mitt Romney’s biggest supporter, so he owns everything he says."

      So I guess Obama owns everything Bill Maher has said since he is Baracchio's big supporter ($1,000,000)?

      I'd rather own anything Trump has said than one thing Maher has said.

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      drbj and sherry 5 years ago from south Florida

      BO is a product of his upbringing and socialist mentoring. Plus a textbook narcissist to boot. What a perfect combination for Democrats to endorse. I wish the Repubs would run as political ads some of the old BO videos you saved, Jim.

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      34th Bomb Group 5 years ago from Western New York State

      Following Wayne's line of thought re: Bammy being a "gift from the gods" to the Ayers bunch of dolts -

      "quem deus vult perdere, dementat prius,"

      "Whom the Gods would destroy, they first make insane." They're ALL insane - Rachel Maddow??????? Even Jon Stewart is a better answer! Unbelievable...

      I knew all those years of Latin would come in handy.

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      AaronHubb89 5 years ago

      You know, this may be old news, but in regards to Obama and people turning away from his ideals. I've seen a staggering amount of liberal democratic celebrities turn their back on Barack Obama. Now, some may still vote for him because they think like a democrat and hate the republican, but their won't be any endorsements from some such as Matt Damon, who was a big cheer leader for Obama back in 08'. What I also heard was more recent on how Rob Schneider, famous for his roles along side of Adam Sandler in nearly all of his movies, is actually voting for Romney because he's tired of the Barack-racy as he put. It's nice to see people coming out of their shell. Just thought I'd pass it along.

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      breakfastpop 5 years ago

      One day we will all know the complete story of where this made up president came from and who put him in place to torment us. His presidency is like a bad grade B movie. In fact, it is so far fetched that I imagine it would be hard to find a producer. Up and awesome as always.

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      poetvix 5 years ago from Gone from Texas but still in the south. Surrounded by God's country.

      His lies go beyond the typical scope of pathological. He doesn't just lie all the time, he twist data, has it manufactured for him and broadcast by his lapdogs, the media, in every conceivable category one can imagine. It shows a remarkable level of forethought just to pull all that off in a way that even leftists will fall for. More scary than that is the fact that so many really do believe it.

      Frankly, I don't like or trust either of them but I will never vote for Obama. God help America when we are confronted with the choice of the lesser of two evils. This has been our lot for some time. It must end. Evil is evil regardless of degree. God bless, Sir Frog and keep at it!

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Aaron - Now what I don't have is a case of Obamanesia. I remember what he said, when he said it and how false it was as he said it.


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      Wayne Brown 5 years ago from Texas

      Obama is almost a total fabrication of the Ayers family. Daddy Thomas G. got him his job as a community organizer, a book contract for "Dreams From My Father" (actually written by Bill Ayers), put Michelle in the Mayor's office and then later into a prominent Chicago law firm at six figures....the list goes on and on. The day the Ayers family found this black man was like receiving a gift from the gods. Finally, a man who could carry the Marxist message and not be challenged. All they had to do was open the doors and work the lips. Good write as usual, Frog! ~WB

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      AaronHubb89 5 years ago

      Frog Prince you just have a bad case of Romnesia! lol Great article, I love it!

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Cassie - Oh there is no doubt Obama needs a shrink. A friend of mine in mental health sent the chart in this article to me that he made specifically for Obama. He's an interesting case study.

      The Frog

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      Cassie Smith 5 years ago from U.S.

      Frog Prince, another great article on Obama and his self-delusions. I think Obama needs a psychiatrist. He not only lies to everyone but to himself. His inability to take responsibility for his failures and taking credit for someone else's achievements is disturbing. How do his supporters not see this? They must be suffering the same mental incapacity.

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      The Frog Prince 5 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Stu - 47% of workers pay no income tax, there are 47 million now on food stamps, 23 million unemployed/underemployed and we're 16 trillion in debt moving to 22 trillion if Obama is reelected. That's just the tip of the iceberg.

      He says he has no regrets about concentrating on Obamacare instead of the economy during his first two years. He actually now says that. How narcissistic of the man.

      The Frog

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      Stu 5 years ago

      Obama has both a socialist agenda, and a failed record. All he can do is lie and deflect. "Apology tours" won't help him here any more than they will abroad. The scariest thing is that Obama has so much public support, largely due to the fact the MSM simply won't report fully and honestly on Obama's failures and unconstitutional actions. And he ladles out tons of taxpayer money to buy votes and campaign contributions from all kinds of liberal fringe groups. He truly is the "Teflon President." The fact that almost half the voters still support him is a testament to that fact.

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      TSAD 5 years ago from https:// online/ hubpages. html

      "I hear from left wing parrots that all politicians lie." Good point Jim! All people lie, it is human nature to lie, there is no getting away from that, but there is a huge difference between condoning lying as a way of doing business, embracing deception as an acceptable means to an end and major centerpiece or tool of your strategy. Noble politicians strive to avoid lying which is the opposite of this administration.

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      Attikos 5 years ago from East Cackalacky

      The hallmark talent of a professional con man is that he convinces himself his lies are in some sense truths before he sells them to others. Sincerity comes through, and with it he can be more effective in suckering the marks. Bill Clinton is the current reigning master of that.

      Obama, on the other hand, isn't lying when he speaks his serial untruths. He doesn't even think about them. They are created by his inner circle and his speech writers. He merely reads them from a teleprompter or regurgitates them from memorization.

      I avoid calling him a liar because, to lie, one has to know that his words are at odds with the truth. Obama is a cardboard cutout with a hinged jaw, his strings held in the hands of others off stage. His political machine pumps out lies by the dozen, but he personally isn't lying with this endless string of untruths by which his whole life has been fueled, he is just mouthing empty words.

      Any blame that attaches to Obama's deceptive public performance goes to his handlers and to the people who believe, or who out of a hidden partisan agenda pretend to believe, what he says. He has cultivated this sorry state of affairs for the sake of his own political ambition and the advance of his misguided, sophomoric ideology, and that is wrongful, but lying is not among his cardinal sins.