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The Search for Truth

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In today's world, the Democrats think they know what truth is. These are the same people that for five years have been telling us things like,"if you like your health plan you can keep it. If you like your doctor you can keep it. Premiums will go down by $2500 per year per family. The prejudice against 501(c)(3) groups does not exist. The attack in Benghazi was caused by a video." Do I need to go on?

Now but it was uncovered that there was a traffic jam caused by the Chris Christie administration, the Democrats think that they need to seek the truth. Governor Christie has come out and said that he did not know at the time that the bridge was being shut down purposefully by people in his administration. The Democrats don't believe it because they don't want to believe it. These are the same people who when President Obama was given the distinction of having the life of the year, they all flew to his defense saying that all politicians lie. All politicians have to lie in order to get their programs passed. It's a means to an end. Boy, that's good news for the citizens of the United States. They are just pawns in a Machiavellian game of chess.

The Democrats are starting early with having the New York Times and 60 min. come out and try to convince us that the attack and Benghazi was really caused by a video. Even California Senator Barbara boxer is not buying that.

Scan of ironic that on a week that the Democrats believe that they can and the presidential hopes of Chris Christie for 2016 may also see the fall of their favored candidate Hillary Clinton fade away if the Benghazi story takes hold. Yes, that's wishful thinking because the mainstream media would have to report it. They would have to give it more than 1 min. worth of airtime unless you're too busy looking into the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy in New Jersey. Why isn't that considered a phony scandal?

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