King of Denial





As controversy continues to engulf the Obama administration, it amazes me how the President continues to rely on his strategy of denial. The finger of blame is his weapon of choice. With Benghazi, the IRS, and the AP phone scandal erupting practically all at once, I thought it would be enlightening to look back at some past events in which Mr. Obama shrugged off criticism and responsibility…

Obama Denies Knowledge Of Operation Smuggling U.S. Weapons  

Infowars, Mar 25, 2011

Obama Denies Knowledge of SEC Lawsuit

PoliticalWire, April 21, 2010

Obama ‘categorically’ denies prior knowledge of Goldman Sachs 

Rawstory, April 21, 2010

Obama denies sending mixed signals over Congress charm offensive..

Guardian UK, March 11, 2013

Obama Campaign Denies Knowledge Of SuperPac Ad

Breitbart, August 8, 2012

Obama Denies Politicizing Bin Laden Raid

VOA, April 30, 2012

Obama Denies Letter to Russia Contained Any ‘Quid Pro Quo

 ABC, March 3, 2009

Today: Obama Denies “Felony” Smear Of Romney

Pat Dollard, August 20, 2012


I think you get the point being made here. Barack Obama has proven himself to be a disgraceful President. His arrogance and condescension are directed daily toward the American people. His defensive posturing is obviously covering up an inept, corrupt, and abusive administration. He has surrounded himself with obviously like minded individuals who are proving to be disastrous for this nation. If he possessed a shred of courage and dignity, he would resign his office. A President without the trust of the People is a failure. And the time has come for this President to face that fact.






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