Obama’s lying campaign to scare the hell out of the American people

The Administration has told us that if sequestration goes into effect, we will have to not finish construction of an aircraft carrierfire teachers and firefightersclose parts of the national zooclose airportsfire 800,000 military employeesstop inspecting meat and that cuts to Medicare will cause massive job losses.

That list isn’t even close to exhaustive. The Administration says that the sequester will kill grandma with nursing home cutseviscerate job creating investments in education and energy and researchfire border agentslay off FBI agentsfederal prosecutors will have to close cases and let criminals goairport security will be cut causing three hour waitstens of thousands of parents will have to find new child carehundreds of thousands will lose access to primary care and preventive care like flu vaccinations and cancer screenings… it goes on and on.

Here is the effect on federal spending caused by the sequester. Okay folks, where’s Waldo?


The lies of this Administration border on the schizophrenic.

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4 Responses to Obama’s lying campaign to scare the hell out of the American people

  1. notamobster says:

    They are such a bunch of drama queens. This type of resistance to spending cuts lends itself to proving that Cloward-Piven is real and in-process.

  2. messup says:

    This video says it all about Obama. Frank Luntz interveiwed by Alan West hits the ball out of the Park.
    Secondly, 2012 Obama hired social media “Whiz Kid” Harper Reed to assemble a “Dream Team” of social media operatives aimed at the 18 – 35 year-old demographic (GenY)-Obama won a full 24% of this demographic.
    Thirdly, Obama has read and follows the letter of Joseph Goebbels”Principles of Propaganda!” Here are the top 10:
    1. Propagandist must have access to intelligence concerning events and public opinion.
    2. Propaganda must be planned and executed by only one authority.
    a. It must issue all the propaganda directives.
    b. It must explain propaganda directives to important officials and maintain their morale.
    c. It must oversee other agencies’ activities which have propaganda consequences
    3. The propaganda consequences of an action must be considered in planning that action.
    4. Propaganda must affect the enemy’s policy and action.
    a. By suppressing propagandistically desirable material which can provide the enemy with useful intelligence
    b. By openly disseminating propaganda whose content or tone causes the enemy to draw the desired conclusions
    c. By goading the enemy into revealing vital information about himself
    d. By making no reference to a desired enemy activity when any reference would discredit that activity
    5. Declassified, operational information must be available to implement a propaganda campaign
    6. To be perceived, propaganda must evoke the interest of an audience and must be transmitted through an attention-getting communications medium.
    7. Credibility alone must determine whether propaganda output should be true or false.
    8. The purpose, content and effectiveness of enemy propaganda; the strength and effects of an expose; and the nature of current propaganda campaigns determine whether enemy propaganda should be ignored or refuted.
    9. Credibility, intelligence, and the possible effects of communicating determine whether propaganda materials should be censored.
    10. Material from enemy propaganda may be utilized in operations when it helps diminish that enemy’s prestige or lends support to the propagandist’s own objective.
    Just a short list of Obama’s/Axelrod’s Modus Operandi. It’s Social media of only 140 words…period. Pray. Amen.

  3. R.D. Walker says:

    Mass starvation. Armageddon. The end of life as we know it. Planetary extinction. We are cutting about 2.4% out of the growth (!) of a $3.6 trillion budget – a budget that has grown over 30% in the last two years.

    • notamobster says:

      In Michigan, that’d be the equivalent of cutting the sales tax from 1/3 of your grocery bill. Remembering, of course, that groceries aren’t taxed. So you’ve spent $250 on groceries, $53 on other household items, and now the house rules (your wife) has dictated that your desire to cut one third of the 6% sales tax on the $53 purchase will make living unsustainable.

      It sounds absurd that cutting your expenditures would make life worse, because it is.