Among other defenses of Obama’s deliberate misstatements reported by Fox News’ James Rosen, this one takes the cake:
Gerald Early, a noted professor of English literature and African-American studies at Washington University in St. Louis, agreed. “It really doesn’t matter if he made up stuff,” Early told Fox News. “I mean, after all, it’s like you going to a psychiatrist and you make up stuff, and the psychiatrist can still psychoanalyze you because they’re your lies.”
My only regret is that Professor Early didn’t tighten up his argument so it can fit on a bumper sticker because it perfectly captures so much of what’s wrong with modern liberalism’s catechism.
Then again, maybe “It really doesn’t matter if Obama made up stuff…” could be understood to mean:
“…since he already got elected.”
“…because he can count on the Supreme Court to bail him out.”
“…because comprehensive health care reform is a BFD.”
“…since voters don’t care about integrity, just a President who can slow jam the news.”