"There are a lot of people in government who help us and allow us to have an economy that works and allow entrepreneurs and business leaders of various kinds to start businesses and create jobs. We all recognize that. That's an important thing.... I know that you recognize that a lot of people help you in a business. Perhaps the banks, the investors. There's no question your mom and dad. Your school teachers. The people that provide roads, the fire, and the police. A lot of people help."
Jon Stewart on Wednesday continued his Republican National Convention coverage, taking issue with one of the GOP’s defining mantras: “We built it.”
In the middle of a rather banal populist run, President Obama invents an original kind of gaffe when he tells the truth on purpose.
Mitt Romney's attack on Barack Obama's slight grammatical misstep regarding small business is what people do in an argument when they're completely f**ked.
3. Has this guy been fooled or is he just lying cause he hates Obama because he only watches Fox News?...
John Oliver utilizes the Republican National Convention theme of "We Can Change It" to change facts, reality and the meaning of words in order to make a much larger point...
Post-RNC, we update the massive (and growing) list of Mitt's epic flubs, goofs and falsehoods
44. “His $716 billion cut to Medicare to finance Obamacare will both hurt today’s seniors, and depress innovation — and jobs — in medicine.” Truth: One of the most persistent lies of the campaigns — Obama did not cut Medicare. (Aug. 30, 2012)
43. “President Obama began with an apology tour.” Truth: Politifact gave this one a “Pants on Fire,” calling it a “ridiculous charge.” (Aug. 30, 2012)
42. “His trillion dollar cuts to our military will eliminate hundreds of thousands of jobs, and also put our security at greater risk.” Truth: Romney blames Obama for cuts that will kick in in January, but they actually are the result of a 2011 bipartisan budget to raise the government’s debt ceiling that Republicans agreed to. (Aug. 30, 2012)