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Nothing ‘phony’ about recent scandals

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Nothing ‘phony’ about recent scandals Recently the president has been talking about “phony scandals.” I wonder what he is referring to? Is it Fast and Furious, where the attorney general lied to Congress, and a Border Patrol agent, Brian Terry, died as the result of guns that were sold to gangsters by the Justice Department? Is it Benghazi, where four Americans lost their lives while the administration lied to its citizens about the cause of ...

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wmarincic
August 3, 2013
7:04 a.m.

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William F. Malec, Obama just scoffs at the American people. Unfortunaterly he is exactly what I thought he was in 2008.

Will1960
August 3, 2013
12:41 p.m.

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I give President Obama points for being politically shrewd with his phony scandals assertion. He understands how the American public processes political scandals. Already his distraction tactic is working as the pundits, bloggers and talk show hosts are now debating whether and why these scandals are legitimate and not talking about the merits, evidence or severity of each case. Brilliant!

wmarincic
August 3, 2013
6:55 p.m.

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Will1960, You act like that it is alright for a sitting President to lie to the American people and break the law.

Will1960
August 4, 2013
10:21 a.m.

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No, it's not alright. However, I think Obama's ploy of deflecting the issues from these scandals was calculated by how easily the public can be snookered with clever rhetoric.

wmarincic
August 4, 2013
7:20 p.m.

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The same public that voted him in, the low information voter or as I like to call them, the idiots.

jjhehir
August 5, 2013
9:15 p.m.

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Do phoney scandals beget phony terrorist threats?

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