Monday, September 3, 2012

The Difference Between rEbublicns and dEmocrats? Nothing Really...

by: Les Carpenter
Rational Nation USA
Liberty
-vs- Tyranny


One thing about the democrats; aka progressives is they sure love to call everyone a liar. Everyone that isn't in lockstep agreement with their failed policies. Funny thing is the same can be said of them. Perhaps even to a greater extent.

You be the judge...



Charlotte – Greetings from the California delegation breakfast at the DNC where before he had a cup of coffee Democratic Party Chair John Burton – much like his ol’ palGuv Jerry Brown once did – just compared the Republicans to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels, for “telling the big lie,” a reference to several falsehoods GOP VP nominee Paul Ryan recently told.

“They lie and they don’t care if people think they lie… Joseph Goebbels – it’s the big lie, you keep repeating it,” Burton said Monday before the Blake Hotel breakfast. He said Ryan told “a bold-faced lie and he doesn’t care that it was a lie. That was Goebbels, the big lie.”

Reminded that Brown drew heat for comparing the messaging of Meg Whitman’s 2010 GOP gubernatorial campaign to Goebbels, he said sarcastically, “(Bleep) that’s right, she won the election!

Burton shrugged at Brown getting in trouble. “He won it big. Goddam he was in trouble.”

Burton is incensed by the distortions uttered by Ryan, who he referred to as a “horse’s ass.” (Although, as you’ll see in the below video, the Chairman is a bit off on his facts, too. Then-Sen. Obama was a candidate when he made comments about a GM plant.)

There’s a difference between lying and embellishing, Burton said. “Everybody who has run for office has embellished – except for me of course,” said the longtime politician. But if you can’t trust someone on the basic facts, he said, how can you trust them to tell you the truth on Medicare?

Of course the disingenuous Burton was forced into making the following retraction.

UPDATE: In response to the uproar over his (below) comments Monday, California Democratic Party Chair John Burton issued this statement: “To correct press reports of my recent comments about Republican lies, I did not call Republicans Nazis nor would I ever. In fact, I didn’t even use the word. “If Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, or the Republicans are insulted by my describing their campaign tactic as the big lie – I most humbly apologize to them or anyone who might have been offended by that comment.”

So, which is the truth? You be the judge.

While considering the question at hand also consider the record and the platform of Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson. A man of integrity, decency, experience, intelligence, and COMMON SENSE solutions.

Via: Memeorandum

4 comments:

  1. so, there is no difference between the two parties because the politicians of each party accuses the other side of lying. hate to say it but that as been an attribute of politics since the beginning of time.

    myself, i'd say there was a very big difference between the two parties and that gap is growing every day. but then i would use other criteria to ascertain the differences not whether or not a politician is a liar.

    in the world of politics what constitutes a "lie" is a relative term not an absolute term. i say relative because most accusations are about statements of prediction not facts.

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    1. http://rationalnationusa.blogspot.com/2012/08/presidential-election-2012-year-of-few.html

      I disagree, for all practical purposes there is little difference, as Snyder points out.

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  2. Why do people, when they apologize, always have to preface it first with, "if I offended" or "if I insulted"? It's like, of course you frigging offended, moron!

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    1. Sometimes there is real sincerity when that phrase is used by a person, and you can when it is sincerly meant. In this cause you are right and Mr. Burton is full of it, he is not sorry for offending, and most all politicians using the statement are phoneys when they use it.

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