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One way of reinventing reality is to warp the meaning of words. No president in memory has waged such a war on the English language as has Barack Obama — changing the meaning of vocabulary to hide what he fears might otherwise be unpopular.

Take executive orders. He brags that he does not issue them as commonly as his predecessors, but that is only true because Obama has now renamed some of his executive orders presidential “memoranda.” Add up both categories, and no president in the last half-century has so frequently bypassed Congress to unilaterally make new or ignore existing laws.

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  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Dat’s Black Priv-Ledge. Nobody bittness udder dan Hussein’s.

  • mauser 98

    sorta related…get rid of him

    Dump Boehner’ Campaign Tops 400k Letters to GOP
    http://dcbeacon.com/dump-boehner-campaign-tops-400k-letters-to-gop/

  • ntt1

    changing the meaning of words is a main tenet of the progressives,1984 is dead on.

  • Mickey Oberman

    “One way of reinventing reality is to warp the meaning of words.”

    That is an old Muslim tactic for making wrong right, black white and lies truth, according to Islamic logic and the Muslim agenda.

  • WalterBannon

    Obama has committed a coup and congress sits back and lets him usurp their authority.

  • Waffle

    Let’s not forget our very own premier’s “revenue tools” to avoid using the dreaded “t” word. There are many more distortions, but this one is top of mind.

  • Edubeat

    Please don’t undermine my admiration of eric arthur blair by posting his photo next to one of an amateur basketball player masquerading as a president. As far as the language goes Obie pleads no contest