All Senate Democrats Knew Obama Was Lying. Vote Them All Out!

While appearing on Sunday’s edition of ABC’s “This Week,” Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., admitted Democrats in the Senate knew Obama lied when he said Americans could keep their insurance

N.Y. Dem. Senator admits: ‘We knew’ Obama lied about healthcare promise – National Policy & Issues |

I voted a straight Republican ticket in Colorado yesterday.

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50 Responses to All Senate Democrats Knew Obama Was Lying. Vote Them All Out!

  1. Eric Barnes says:

    Straight Republican ticket is the only thing that has a chance of bringing America out of the ditch. We then need to stay on the Republicans like tics on a dog to make sure they roll back the tide of big government and replace it with a federal government that doesn’t trample states, county, city and individual freedoms.

  2. schauminator says:

    And what did the Republics do when they found out about Dr. Jerry Corsi’s interview with Hillary’s election staff in 2008. They shared on tape Mr. BJ seeking Bill and Hillary knew Obama was trying to usurp the office of POTUS but yet all in the know representing us said nothing of it. All these incumbent self-serving traitors must go and we are to set our standards of expectations openly to the newly elected.

  3. Frank K. says:

    I’ll be voting later this morning. Time to clean out the barn and save our country – the left-wing, progressive Democrats HAVE TO GO*.

    * Of course most of these Democrat politicians will end up taking high paying lobbying positions with left-wing think tanks, the MSM and academia (which are all actually one and the same).

    • … high paying lobbying positions …

      Let’s not forget companies whose business models require governmental spending, direct subsidies, and regulations to suppress competition or coerce captive consumers to pay more. They have the biggest demand and pay the most because their survival depends on it.

  4. geran says:

    It is not really news that a dim-o-rat lies. The news would be if one ever told the truth.

    First vote the dims out, then next time, vote out the RINOs.

    We’ll get it fixed eventually….

    • Okie says:

      I agree completely. But before we get the chance to get rid of the RINOs, we will need to call and write to keep them reined in. After the election, the media will immediately start the narrative asking republicans what they will do to work with Obama. I want the narrative to be what will they do to work within the Consitution of the U.S.

  5. R. Shearer says:

    If Mark Udall loses today, I predict he will die of a drug overdose before the Arctic is ice free.

  6. You knew Obama was lying because his lips were moving.

  7. SMS says:

    I voted straight Republican today. I don’t vote for the person, I vote for the platform and I’ve never understood people who believe it is better to vote for the person. These same people have no idea of how the constitution works and more often decide who to vote for based on the recommendation of the newest rock star.

    • Frank K. says:

      Unfortunately, the MSM hides the substantive issues from us and focuses on spin and whitewashing, especially with the Dem candidates. Here in New Hampshire, my Democrat (!) representative in Congress ** forgot to pay her property taxes on one of her two homes then only paid up when she was caught **. She will likely win today because the MSM never focuses on those things when there is D in front or your name, yet makes sure you know that the Republican candidate forgot to pay a library fine in 1983…

      I firmly believe that we can never take our country back until we have forever disposed with the traditional mainstream news media. My prediction is that newspapers in paper form will not exist in 5 – 10 years. Cable news will be transformed and will not rely on cable for delivery – it will be served by subscription over the internet. When media choice and democracy final comes, it will be the end of the liberal, left-wing progressive hold on that part of our society. Between now and then, look for the left-wing elements of our government to try to limit our first amendment rights through taxation and regulation.

      • LeeHarvey says:

        I admire your vision… I really do.

        But until we eliminate the process of buying votes through legislation, there will always be an element of society that insists that Democrats are the way to go.

        • KTM says:

          I saw a piece by CNN today about what we could have bought instead of this $4 billion election. They neglect to mention that this money determines who operates the levers of the government largesse. If the federal budget was $4 billion per year, it wouldn’t make much sense to spend $4 billion on an election. When the federal budget is approaching $4 trillion like it is, $4 billion is a drop in the ocean.

          The only reason that people want to buy votes or politicians is because of the concentration of money at their disposal. The best way to combat “dark money”, etc, is to shrink and decentralize as much of the boatloads of cash going to DC as possible.

    • John F. Hultquist says:

      There are new rock stars?

  8. “We were shocked, shocked to find we knew Obama was lying.”

  9. KTM says:

    Straight ticket Republican here. One local Democrat I know was running unopposed, so I voted for him. There was also a long list of judges, that I had done some research on and voted against 2. Afterward my wife told me she voted against every woman judge because she is so sick of the rampant feminism.

    Every other day of the year society tells us what is politically correct, but on election day WE get to tell society what is politically correct. Vote!

  10. phodges says:


    It doesn’t matter for.whom you vote.

    Obamacare only passed.with republican votes. A republican judge passed it through the supreme court. I predict two things after the election….you will continue to get more.war, and more debt. Those.are.the twin pillars of Revolution. And the Revolution has long been running America.

  11. omanuel says:

    I agree Democrats participated in deceit.

    Unfortunately most Republicans are only slightly more honest.

  12. alakhtal says:

    Reblogged this on Liberalism is Trust Fucked with Prudence. Conservatism is Distrust Tainted with Fear and commented:
    Associated Press: Senate control is top prize in midterm election

    Here’s the Good News.. GOP gets the Senate, Donald Trump is Potus and USA is Bihar without Lalu Prasad buffaloes.

  13. alakhtal says:

    Associated Press: Senate control is top prize in midterm election

    Here’s the Good News.. GOP gets the Senate, Donald Trump is Potus and USA is Bihar without Lalu Prasad buffaloes.

  14. Thomas Englert says:

    My family lost our health insurance that we had for over 18 years and were happy with.
    The health organization just shut down after 30 years of being the most preferred plan in my area.

    My wife lost her doctor, who moved away to assist in the care of US Veterans.

    Both were cases of refusing to deal with the new regulations under ACA.

    The ACA damage has already been done; we have to eliminate the party which is solely responsible for it.

  15. edward1968 says:

    Voted Early this morning in Anne Arundel County. I had to keep retrying to vote for the Republican candidate for Attorney General three times before it would take it. Twice it checked the Democrat even though I was pressing right in the middle of the box.

    Has ANYONE heard of someone anywhere in the country clicking a Democrat candidate and having the machine register the Republican?

  16. terrence says:

    On Coast-to-Coast last night George Noory had a guest who studied voter fraud ( . I do NOT listen to most of the woo-woo stuff on CtoC; but this seems legitimate – real research. She documents stuff like how many more votes are made in a riding then there people who live in the riding.

    And, as Uncle Joe said:
    You know, comrades,” says Stalin, “that I think in regard to this: I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this — who will count the votes, and how.”

    • Justa Joe says:

      I would need to know more about the background of this Bev Harris. That site seems to have a leftard stench.

      • terrence says:

        In the USA, most of the criticism she has is directed at Democrats, hardly leftard…

        On CtoC last night, a Democrat flunky called in and he was outraged at what he called the “bias” of her work – he said it was almost all against Democrats He was right; but that is because most of the crooks are Democrats; she did some Republicans are crooks, too. This guy was a flaming leftard, and he OUTRAGED at her “bias”…

        • Justa Joe says:

          OK, I’ll have to look her work more. I’m leery about these outfits that try to create a false equivalency. Maybe she’s clean though.

  17. rah says:

    Every time Republicans win (and it hasn’t even happened yet but the liberals are at it already)they start asking Republicans what they are going to do to get along with the Democrats.

    Appearing on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports on Monday Tom Brokaw:
    “They are thinking that they would like to have Washington
    get something done. And the question is not just which party can get it
    done, but how can they change the tone in Washington so they can work
    together. I was listening to Governor Haley Barber a moment ago and no
    one is shrewder in the Republican Party than Haley. Last week Senator
    Portman from Ohio was talking about the agenda for the Republicans if
    they gain control over the Senate. The question then is what are they
    prepared to give to the Democrats to meet them at middle ground? What
    they are going to do about immigration? What are they are going to do
    about the minimum wage?”

    For once I just wish someone would inject a little reality into their demented ramblings.

    Something like this: So Tom, exactly what part of the liberal agenda do you think that the Republicans were elected by the voters to get passed?

    • Jason Calley says:

      Sadly, recent history supports your comments. Remember all the Republicans saying “repeal Obamacare!”? Once they are sworn in they will say “reform Obamacare!”

    • KTM says:

      Immigration: Absolutely nothing until the laws on the books are actually enforced, including the border fence that was never completed.
      Minimum wage: Absolutely nothing, the states, counties, and cities can raise their own minimum wage at any time, this is not a federal issue.

  18. Send Al to the Pole says:

    Tony, you’re lucky there are GOP even on your ballot. I just voted yesterday, and for many offices, there were only democrat candidates here. (Olympia, WA). Seems like you could get elected just by claiming to be a Dem.

  19. geologyjim says:

    Tony [you’ll appreciate this] –
    Visiting Baltimore MD this week, and had to laugh at numerous, professionally printed (Union, no doubt) posters attached to fences and such in poor neighborhoods along the roadway leading into downtown.

    Caption: “Just vote the Democrat ticket”

    No candidates, no issues, just “Vote the Party line”


  20. John says:

    The Democrats lie about everything, as do the Republicans. You are naive to believe one party is better than the other – just look at their collective track records.

  21. gofer says:

    Media is now talking up “cooperation”, so that is going to be the new meme. Democrats will start lambasting them for not cooperating. This will replace the former accusations of Republicans being the party of no and blocking everything. Republicans need to stop playing nice with crooks and people with no integrity.

  22. Sparks says:

    Who did you vote for? I bet some wack-a-doodle again! this political aspect of life bores me.

  23. Margaret Berger says:

    Held my nose and voted straight Republican ticket in Kansas. Now I want them to take it to obumer. So what if he vetoes everything? The voters will punish the dems again in 2016 if he does.

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