The Democrats are Liars All



Deny, deny, deny.  Hillary Clinton said that there’s not a “shred of evidence” that the Clinton Foundation accepted donations in order to grease the palms of her donors.


Evidence?  What does that mean?  She denied evidence that al-Qaeda was involved in Benghazi and promoted the idea that the killings were incited by a Walt Disney type video.


Evidence is just a word in Hillary’s mouth.  She gargles it like fictional marbles.


Hillary is not a liar.  She is a fabulator.  She invents.  She is a story teller, a quasi-schizophrenic.


liarsHer husband, Bill, is just a rapist. He is pedestrian compared to high-flying, imaginative Hillary. I don’t care what his excuses are.  There are no excuses for rape.


In 1963 I went to jail for two years for tax evasion.  There was less of a “shred of evidence” on me than on Hillary. Perhaps, I bought influence by dinners and entertainment.  I did not give million dollar transfers to a foundation.


During O’Reilly’s Super bowl interview Obama said,  that there “isn’t even a smidgen of evidence of corruption over at the IRS.”  Smidgen or scintilla, Obama is lying once again.


Yet the Washington Post gave Lois Lerner Pinocchio’s for her lies at the IRS. She had targeted conservative groups despite her denying it and Obama saying there wasn’t a “smidgen” of evidence.


Liar, liar, pants on fire.  Oh, no, that’s right, horny Bill’s pants are on fire.


Hillary, Obama and his staff are all imaginative liars. I wonder why Hillary and Obama didn’t get along better.   As for Bill, oh well, he had his head in other laps.


The myths spun by Democrats turn our heads.  They  mock us.  We are the fools who voted for them.  Not me.  You….

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David Lawrence

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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