Obama goes on Letterman, 5 Networks to Push Health Care Reform

Tuesday, September 15, 2009


Who needs a disinformation czar? Obama can do the lying himself.

The president is going to appear on five Sunday talk shows (ABC, NBC, CBS, and CNN - wait, didn't he forget Fox News?) to press his case for health care, White House officials disclosed. That is a presidential record.

Monday he will become the first president to appear on the failing David Letterman show.

All this to try to lie and sweet-talk the American public into accepting his socialized health care plan. And this after it was reported, even by ABC, MSNBC, and the Congressional Research Service that Obama did lie when he said the bill would not cover illegal aliens.

But that shouldn't stop us from believing him, right? After all, he's got a cool "O" symbol.


2 comments:

Dr B said...

We should just install televisions into the walls of every home in America. That way Obama can communicate with the American people much better! And they can have cameras too so Obama can get a good honest reaction from the American people.

cura te ipsum said...

Yep. Obama is desperate and reaching.

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