There’s a LOT to say on this subject, but Victor Davis Hanson has done such a thorough treatment of it today over at PJ Media, that I don’t think I can do better than to whet your appetite here. JTR will be back tomorrow.
In the meantime, please, please pour yourself a cup of coffee and take time to really digest the material in this article:
“LYING IN THE AGE OF OBAMA” -
The attorney general of the United States lied recently to Congress. He said he knew of no citizen’s communications that his department had monitored.
The director of national intelligence also lied, likewise while under oath to Congress. At first James Clapper confessed that he had given the “least untruthful” account.
Nixon’s Washington used to call that sort of neat lie “a modified limited hangout.” Later, Clapper admitted that he had just flat-out lied to Congress. Was he disgraced? Fired? Further confirmation of his “largely secular” lie?
Nope. Nothing followed.