Honesty in Washington Is Mandatory in a Free Country


Not much honest about liberals in Washington.
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Tonight’s Talking Points Memo tackled “truth and the federal government.” On March 22, 2012, Douglas Shulman, the head of the IRS, denied the agency was targeting conservatives. “Now, we know that’s not true. Mr. Shulman was misleading everyone. Did he do it on purpose?” Bill O’Reilly asked.

Meanwhile, there’s the ongoing Benghazi controversy. President Obama said today that the story is being perpetuated for political purposes.

O’Reilly said, “Honesty in Washington … mandatory if we are going to have a truly free country. And that is not a sideshow Mr. President.”

“The president believes that he and his administration did nothing wrong by telling the world that an anti-Islamic video might have caused a terror attack in Benghazi. But there was at the time strong evidence that the video had nothing to do with the attack,” O’Reilly pointed out.



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