Ted Cruz: In SOTU Address Obama Should Apologize to Nation For Lying
I posted a short question on my page last night: “2 days until the SOTU from the POTUS. What would you like him to say?” Within seconds I received dozens of laconic responses. The most common response was that Obama say “I resign” and the second most common was “I lied”. It comes as no surprise then that Ted Cruz is firing up the airwaves with a similar message:
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) told Bob Schieffer on Face the Nation Obama ought to use the State of the Union Address to apologize for lying to the American people.
“For the State of the Union, one of the things President Obama really ought to do is look in the TV camera and say to the over five million Americans all across this country who’ve had their health insurance canceled because of Obamacare, to look in the camera and say, “I’m sorry – I told you if you like your health insurance plan, you can keep it.”
I have never known Barack Obama to behave in such a manly way and admit he was wrong; so to dream that he would apologize and say he lied is really swimming around in la-la land. Obama is the Peter Pan type who will continue to live in his boyland of golf courses, lavish trips and hallmark move to socialize medicine in the US with adoring fans oozing with delight at his mere presence. If: he didn’t think he was succeeding,: Obama wouldn’t continue to send me offers for his fundraising scheme to enter in the OFA raffle to “meet the president” every other month. No, the individual who bears the title POTUS or President of the United States will not apologize nor admit to his dishonesty. Rather he will slather it on thicker with more promises of free bread, circuses and degeneracy for his followers.
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