you tell me . . .
When we search out the truth, try to see if something is true or not, on the net, . . . . where does one go?
Many times during the election’s, charges and countercharges, if you’re a candidate and you’re hiding things, . . . things you don’t want people to know, . . . instead of going to an objective site, it helps if people come to your site to see if you are telling the truth, right?
That’s exactly what, I believe, Obama did! Most people go to either Snopes or Fact Check.
Take a look at the second example – http://www.factcheck.org Who is it run by? Owned by? Notice anything? Notice the Annenburg name at the top? Isn’t that the name of the foundation President Elect (P/E) Obama worked for / represented, when he distributed other people’s money to Reverand Jeremiah Wright, William Ayers, A.C.O.R.N.?
Below, is the statement, on their “about” page. If you trust it, in my opinion, I’d say you’re setting yourself up to be deceived! Of course they’ll tell you they’re objective, but think about it . . . . to me, it all smacks of a very well put together conspiracy. . . . . doesn’t it? This group / organization was giving money to people that are far left, that have a long term goal of changing America.
To find out what one is saying, often one has to listen to and read very carefully what they are saying to determine whom is telling the truth. Those who are lying, it becomes very hard. Then, there are those who really don’t know what they’re talking about:
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