All that so true.
Republicans love their lies and their orange liar.
At the town, city, and state level, voters can prevent deceitful dishonest people from running for office. What force is preventing them from doing so? Do the voters really want criminals in charge and a dysfunctional, do-nothing government?
It is simple He is a liar telling lies!
….plus “Error in judgement”. All lawyerese.
Lies, lies, beautiful lies… They are the work of Satan. Don’t believe evil is true? Just believe the beautiful evil lies and we welcome evil into our existence. We need to search for the truth.
ANYTHING COMING OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE OR THE ENTIRE REPUBLICAN PARTY!!!
Well done, Matt. Here are more more: https://www.thesaurus.com/browse/liehttps and //urbanthesaurus.org/synonyms/lying. Pathological lying, also known as mythomania and pseudologia fantastica, is the chronic behavior of compulsive or habitual lying; DJT is the poster child for this. I’m not sure if Hair Treason Weasel has committed perjury yet but he’s skating close to it.
we’re not in kansas anymore, toto…
And those living.. not in the Snowy Land or Washington, D.C have simplified it to just “snow” and “BS”
Republicans HAVE to lie.. When people are given a choice of two statements on issues that actually affect their everyday life, one that describes the Republican position and the other the Democrat’s, the Democratic position is chosen by about 80% of Democrats and Independents. No surprise there. The weird part is that just under half of Republicans also choose Democrat positions, unless they are told which position is supported by each party. Then they fall into line and choose the Republican option- 78% of the time. So, it is entirely reasonable for Republicans to lie a lot. The people running the Republican party are in that half of the Republicans who actually believe in Republican positions. They are roughly 25% of the voting public. They have no chance of ever winning a national election unless they keep as many people as possible from voting and keep the rest of them confused enough to vote against their own best interests
The ‘Esquimaux lotsa words for snow’ meme is itself a lie (or at least a hoax) the polysynthetic Inuit, Yupik and so forth languages aren’t structured so that has any meaning—on the other hand the Washingtonites need as many euphemisms and dysphemisms for down-right lying as they can get! And then some!!!!!!
Mule muffins, strategic misdirection, bunkum, snake oil, evasion, pretense, equivocation, quibbling, cavilling, deceit, misrepresentation …
I thought that was a myth
Don’t you hate it when lies are taken out of context?
Hey Matt, you forgot “White House Press Release, Jan. 2017 – Present.”
Horse maneuvers! Bunkum! (Also spelled buncombe.) Balderdash!
Ain’t dat da troof.
Forgot “fake news”!
Interestingly, that thing about 50 words for snow turns out to be, um, a misstatement. In fact, so I’m told, the person doing the counting was unable to clearly distinguish words from phrases. For instance, we have (far more than) 50 phrases for snow, including things like “sleet”, “blizzard” and “flurry” but also “ice fog” and “so hard you can’t see your hand in front of your face”.