Yes, Willard will indeed lie about ANYTHING and EVERYTHING. He's been hawking a particularly nasty lie about what President Obama allegedly said about businesses and how they are created. The Associated Press won't stand for that nonsense.Mitt Romney says Barack Obama doesn't think entrepreneurs built their businesses. The problem is that's not what the president said.
The brouhaha over Obama's comments on small-business success shows no sign of fading and the president pushed back hard with new ads scheduled to run in Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Iowa and Nevada in which the president directly counters Romney's claims. Romney and his allies continue to hammer Obama for comments taken wildly out of context, pummeling the president as a government-obsessed figure who thinks Washington gets the credit for the success of small businesses.
That was not Obama's point when he spoke in Virginia on July 13 about the government's supportive role in providing a stable environment in which businesses can thrive. Nor was it Romney's point when he used similar phrasing in 2002 about Olympic athletes who benefited from supportive parents and coaches
But in a campaign that makes facts secondary to a good attack, the context doesn't seem to matter.
"Those ads taking my words about small business out of context? They're flat out wrong," Obama says, looking into the camera and addressing voters in the 30-second ad. "Of course Americans build their own businesses." (My emphasis)
And of course Willard is lying his A*S off. It's his only hope.
If he tells the truth, he's finished. Just as in this case:
WHERE ARE YOUR TAX RETURNS, WILLARD, YOU LYING SOCIOPATH? WHAT ARE YOU HIDING?