Lying White House liars

Bush met with Abramoff multiple times

Jack Abramoff said in correspondence made public Thursday that President Bush met him “almost a dozen” times, disputing White House claims Bush did not know the former lobbyist at the center of a corruption scandal.

The White House fog machine has been insisting there were no meetings with what’s-his-name, Abramoff. Of course they lie so much and so often they no longer know or care what the truth is.
White House knew of levee’s failure on night of storm

Not afterwards, as they claimed. How many died because of this?

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  1. […] It seems to me that our culture is one that promotes lies to an extent. I’m not talking about compulsive lying. Look at the state of American politics. There are multiple articles and blogs about the topic. In Jeff Tash’s blog, he talks about how "tendency to espouse honesty but practice dishonesty permeates life in America" — citing examples of "presidents lying to lobbyists bribing to everyday people cheating on taxes." Then there’s White House liars, the Dick Cheney cover-up, and even lying liars, to name a few. So when a politician lies, is it supposed to be for an altruistic motive of some sort? […]

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