Rush Limbaugh points to a question that was posed to Hussein Obama by Fox News’ Ed Henry at the press briefing which followed the G20 Summit and the Obama “Giveaway and Pander to Asia Tour.”
In his question Henry asked Obama to clarify the conflict between his remarks in Burma in which he promoted transparency and accountability in government while simultaneously having his own lack of transparency and accountability and his deliberate deception exposed by Jonathan Gruber.
He plays the Obama response and describes the laughable twenty-three second quote as possibly being the most jam-packed with lies of any twenty-three second “presidential” sound bite he’s ever played.
The lies include the “no” response to the question, followed by “I just heard about it,” “he’s just some advisor who wasn’t on our staff,” and “expressed an opinion I completely disagree with.” Limbaugh notes that he’s done the numbers and this supposed nobody, sub-staff level person has made almost six million dollars in government contracts.
He also points out that Gruber has his nasty hands in the Obama criminal amnesty as well, labeling him as a rock star with the Obamabots.
Limbaugh says that there is no difference between Obama and Gruber, offering his repeating the denial, faux anger process of the “Limbaugh Theorem” once again as proof that he actually does think the American people are stupid.
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