Saturday, March 8, 2014

Yeah, no surprise, this CPAC story was bullshit



This is like David Barton presenting a fictional story as history. Faith-based people don't care if their stories are true. They know what they want to believe, and that's all that matters to them. If reality doesn't match up, they'll use a lie.

Of course this was bullshit. It was at CPAC. What did you expect?

Oh, and I do like the examples given here - those of Eboni K. Williams and Steve Oh, people who actually needed help as children and used it to become successful adults. All children should have a decent chance to succeed in life. Why would anyone let children go hungry, especially just to save billionaires pocket change?

2 comments:

Gregg Garthright said...

Wow, who would ever have thought that Paul Ryan would say something that's not true? Oh wait, this is Mr. "I ran a three hour marathon". Not so surprising after all, is it?

One thing about Ryan - he only lies when his mouth is open. How can anyone take him seriously?

WCG said...

Yup. He fits right in at CPAC, doesn't he? :)