“I can’t confirm whether it’s true or not, but the word is that every time President Obama engages in prevarication during the face off, Romney will touch his nose to signal yet another lie,” according to Weber.
The AMAC chief noted that: “President Obama has earned much deserved acclaim as an affable, glib orator on the stump. He has also gained a reputation for stretching the truth to make his point. The fact is that just about every time he makes a public appearance the Washington Post, which is supposedly pro-Obama, awards him a few more of its dubious ‘Pinocchio Awards’ for telling fibs. So, I guess it would be okay for Mitt Romney to borrow the newspaper’s euphemism to silently call the president out during the debates.”
In its most recent reportage of presidential falsehoods, the Post took him to task for continuing to blame the previous administration for the nation’s economic woes. The article said: “We are not trying to make excuses for the fiscal excesses of the Bush administration — and Congress — in the last decade. But at some point, a president has to take ownership of his own actions.”
The article went on to say: “He can’t blithely suggest that 90 percent of the current deficit ‘is as a consequence’
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