You know what the problem with your sourcing is?US President Barack Obama is the target of more than 30 potential death threats a day and is being protected by an increasingly over-stretched and under-resourced Secret Service, according to a new book.
The Secret Service does not reveal the amount of threats on the President. Again, stop sourcing bullcrap.
You refuted politifact as a source saying it's bias... didn't provide **** to prove it.
You refuted Forbes as a source saying the story was bias... didn't provide a source to prove it.
You refuted the book written about death threats on Obama by implying that it's all lies... and you didn't provide **** to prove it.
You are simply trying to take an easy angle of whining and bringing nothing.
Let me know if you can refute that. Or you can go back to the original marketwatch thread on this site, as I remember there were about 3 of them. I pointed out what data was cherry picked and in what way, in which your response was to change your source? Refute what Im saying and I can have a conversation with you, but if you keep tossing out nonsense that I have already shown you that you have to warp figures to get the results you want...we dont have much to talk about.To get the results to come out that way you have to: ignore the fact that Obama signed the 2009 budget resolution--not Bush, ignore TARP spending but COUNT TARP repays, ignore the Stimulus, and push all military spending resolutions into 2009 rather than the ongoing that were passed after Obama enterered office.
I gave you the exact methods that Marketwatch came about its data. Im not sure what you dont understand about that.
Im bringing facts, you are bringing gossip journalism to sell a book and biased sources that are using data to provide political cover, not uncover whats going on.
The Weekly Standard: Obama Vs. Bush On Debt
In fairness, however, Obama can't rightly be held accountable for the 2009 budget, which he didn't sign...
Interesting... coming from the Weekly Standard. Refute that.