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Thread: Obama Campaign Sends Around Misleading DNC Video on GOP Debate

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    Re: Obama Campaign Sends Around Misleading DNC Video on GOP Debate

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    I await the outrage against the DNC from all the liberals who comtinually bitched and complained that they felt conservative pundits and so on were using false and misleading videos that were 'heavily edited' to make the liberal opposition look bad.


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    Re: Obama Campaign Sends Around Misleading DNC Video on GOP Debate

    Well, honestly the video isn't dishonest...not really....just misleading.

    No one spoke about the middle-class.

    No one spoke on our declining, dysfunctional education system.

    Few really had ideas that were visionary or revolutionary. Then again, with 8 people on the panel how could they within a 2-hour time span?

    I will call the video what it is.. It's not really "honest" because the moderator really didn't ask questions specific to the middle-class or about education. Is it misleading? Yes. Are the points they make accurate? Yes...osrta. Again, neither the moderator nor the public who were actually asking the questions posed questions on those issues. So...

    It is what it is.... Both sides do it, but the video in itself wasn't dishonest. It just failed to mention that no one asked questions on those issues. So, those who didn't watch the debate will likely come across believing that the GOP hopeful didn't care to address such issue.

    The question I'd have is were those such questions the were lacking in this GOP debate ever addressed in subsequent debates? Ah! That's the million dollar question! If not, why? If so, how did the candidates respond? Only then can Democrats accurately make the claim that the GOP is purposely skirting such issues. Otherwise, it's just more ...both sides do it. Doesn't make it right. It just is...

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