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Obama Nominated for Prevaricator of the Year™

WASHINGTON: 2009 is drawing to a close and nominations are coming in fast and furious for 2009 Prevaricator of the Year™. Since the NIP is publicly funded (thanks to the stimulus package), we are very reluctant to criticize our Commander-in-Chief, as loyal readers well know. For that reason we have told countless readers that President Obama is off limits. One reader was not easily dissuaded and sent us the following video.

Apparently Tom Holbrook at The Examiner also agrees that Obama is a master Prevaricator. You be the judge. Let us know who you think should receive the prestigious 2009 Prevaricator of the Year™. We have developed a very advanced proprietary algorithm to make the final decision, but our readers’ nominations are assessed heavy weighting. Email, leave comments here, tweet us, contact us, call us, just get your nominations in before it is too late.

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  1. Joe French
    December 26th, 2009 at 21:25 | #1

    7 Lies in less than 2 Minutes. Amazing all the promises he made, wonder if he remembers even making them. I see no transparency in most of what has been going on and they are pushing bills through so fast to get them voted on and signed that there is no way they can be on line for 5 days for us to view first. And where are the meetings and the information as to which companies are benefiting? He is a typical government official as many have been, make a promise then break it! Just another liar who will tell you what you want to hear to get elected.

  2. December 26th, 2009 at 23:23 | #2

    Well, of course he needs to win this award. He obviously felt bad about winning the Nobel Peace Prize (the troublesome lack of ‘peace’), so let him go ahead and win an award he actually deserves!

    Prolly do wonders for his sense of self-worth. We know he needs more of that.

  3. Sam S
    December 27th, 2009 at 01:32 | #3

    At least in this sense, he truly is a leader. I vote in favor.

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