Thursday, July 26, 2007

Speaking of Phony Bush Quotes (and a Lying Liberal)

Below, I write about columnist Les Payne using phony Bush quotes.

This liberal blogger opens his July 24 post with a quote from Joseph Goebbels ("If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it."). Unfortunately for the liberal blogger, he serves as an example of that.

He goes on to quote:

"The most important thing is for us to find Osama bin Laden. It is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him."- G.W. Bush, 9/13/01

""I don't know where bin Laden is. I have no idea and really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority."- G.W. Bush, 3/13/02"

UPDATE: File this one under "Lying Liberals". The liberal author of the above mentioned blog post claims to have REMEMBERED Bush saying those two phony quotes!


"imdougandirule said...

Phunny, I remember when he said both of those. But nice try.


So, who is this "imdougandirule" guy?

His Blogger profile reveals:

imdougandirule
Age: 35
Gender: Male
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Zodiac Year: Rat
Industry: Architecture
Occupation: Designer
Location: La Mesa : California : United States

A Designer in the field of Architecture. Sounds like an upstanding member of society. Problem is that he lies for his liberalism.

Now what was that Goebbels quote again that the liberal provided us with? Oh yeah: "If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it."

Isn't it rich....

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Comments:
You might have noticed that the difference between my post and yours is that I actually cited sources for everything while you have sourced nothing but yourself. You might try backing up what you say with actual evidence rather than writing what the little voices in your head tell you to. Just because they're in agreement doesn't mean they're right.

You're just another neo-con, blowhard coward who hides behind anonymity.

Why don't you grow a set and come talk to me again.

p.s. you forgot to post my email. Well if anyone even reads this blog, they might follow the link over to my profile and find it for themselves.
 
You might have noticed that the difference between my post and yours is that I actually cited sources for everything"

You did no such thing at first. You provided the two quotes without documentation. It isnt untill later in your comment section do you say the following:


"Actually, I just had to look at archived newspapers to see the quotes. I live in San Diego, and in case you aren't familiar with this town, our biggest newspaper, the Union Tribune, is very conservative, pro-Bush, pro-corporation, and pro-developer. So I kinda doubt that they would have misquoted him."

Hmmm....first you say that you REMEMBERED him saying it. Now you tell us that you saw it in archived newspapers. Plus you dont provide the context in which these quotes are provided in that newspaper. The date of this issue? Their source? Who is the author in that newspaper that uses those two quotes (a columnist in his column? An editor in his editorial?). This still isnt enough. Burden of proof is upon you. Not me.

"while you have sourced nothing but yourself."

Wrong. I have sourced freerepublic which as debunked those quotes.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/918437/posts

"You might try backing up what you say with actual evidence rather than writing what the little voices in your head tell you to. Just because they're in agreement doesn't mean they're right."

Projection. This coming from a liar who claims to have remembered Bush saying things he never said.

"You're just another neo-con, blowhard coward who hides behind anonymity."

More projection.

"Why don't you grow a set and come talk to me again."

I'm doing that right now as I write.

"p.s. you forgot to post my email. Well if anyone even reads this blog, they might follow the link over to my profile and find it for themselves."

I never noticed your email. Even if I had, I still wouldnt have mentioned it. Dont see whats so important about that.
 
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