Tuesday, October 27th, 2009 | Author:

When I was growing up, they called this lying. But that’s not politically correct anymore, so I’m putting it in Obama’s Dictionary. From CNSNews:

Rep. Bart Stupak (D.-Mich.) told CNSNews.com that President Barack Obama told him in a telephone conversation that when he said in his Sept. 9 speech to a joint session of Congress that “under our plan no federal dollars will be used to fund abortions” he was not talking about the actual bill drafted in the House but about the president’s own health care plan—which has never been written.

“I don’t know if it is a game of semantics or what,” Stupak said of Obama’s nationally televised declaration to Congress that the health-care plan will not allow federal funding of abortion.

Both the House and Senate versions of the health-care bill permit federal funds to pay for insurance plans that cover abortions.

As I haven’t had time to keep Obama’s dictionary up to date (dodging through all the smoke & mirrors is a dangerous and time-consuming process) I’ve decided to finish it right here and now. I think these two last entries should cover just about anything the man might say.

Entry #8: no = yes

Entry #9:  yes = no


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3 Responses
  1. The Other Alice says:

    Whoa. How did this nut get elected?

  2. Jim Wetzel says:

    True dat.

    Of course, "federal" money (i.e., stolen property) has been paying for abortions for close to four decades now. Money, after all, is fungible; and Planned Barrenhood … well, you know what they're about.

  3. akaGaGa says:

    @Alice Good question. I think it has something to do with public-educated voters.

    @Jim Planned Barrenhood. I might have to "borrow" that term sometime.