How often does the "lie of the year" come true?
Politifact made Romney’s Chrysler China ad their “Lie of the year.” Today Chrysler announced they were building Jeeps in China. USA Today reported: Fiat and Chrysler Group have reached an agreement to expand passenger car manufacturing and sales in China, officials said Tuesday. Under the agreement, Guangzhou Automobile Group Co. Ltd. will build one Jeep model in China for Chrysler for sale in China. A specific model was not announced. Zeng Qinghong, general manager and chief executive of Guangzhou Automobile Group, and Mike Manley, Jeep president and CEO and head of Chrysler’s international operations, signed the agreement at Chrysler headquarters here. http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/01/lib-media-owes-romney-an-apology-chrysler-sends-jeep-jobs-to-china/ As an interesting suggestion. Please feel free to nominate your own "lie of the year" Despite the Obama Campaign’s lies about the Catholic Church and Mitt Romney not paying taxes, the left-wing Politifact made Romney’s Chrysler China ad their “Lie of the year.” @ Greg ~ Thanks for the world economic lesson and general enlightenment. None of that is common knowledge. None of that is being reported. It's like the American newspaper business has it's head stuck in the sand regarding any economic sanity or wisdom that actually works. They keep reporting the American economy is improving, on the upswing, and similar nonsense. However, the lie that created this mess, parroted by the Obama lemmings inciting class envy and wealth destruction merits the lie of the century. Every year, more and more people believe it and parrot the words. It is the basis for the world wide culture of envy.
Asked By: Home-School-produces-winners - 1/17/2013
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I don't understand why anyone would jump on Romney's statement and call it a lie... More
Answered By: Greg0787 - 1/18/2013
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Answered By: Ada Ava - 1/17/2013
Answered By: MUTATED MOOLAH GMO cow - 1/17/2013
Because Romney told the truth and Obama did not, which would explain one of the many reasons why I voted for Mitt Romney.
Answered By: Agent 99 - 1/17/2013
Romney said jeep was closing plants in the US and moving them to china, The fact that jeep was opening plants in china to make cars to sell in china was never in dispute... More
Answered By: ingsoc1 - 1/17/2013
I don't understand why they called it a lie in the first place. I read the announcement myself at the time and it said they would be building Jeeps in China. Romney never said they would close down the plants here. He just said the new jobs will be in China. He didn't lie.
Answered By: BekindtoAnimals22 - 1/17/2013
It's no more true today than it was when he said it. Still a lie.
Answered By: Vito1964 - 1/17/2013
It didn't. Romney lied no matter how much you lot try to spin it. Romney was talking about jobs being lost to Americans - jobs being moved to China to make jeeps. That has not happened. These were jobs that were never in America... More
Answered By: Sageandscholar - 1/17/2013
Romney LIED and said Jeep was sending US jobs there . THAT is not true . They are expanding into the China market .
Answered By: magick - 1/17/2013
I got a laugh out of magick's answer. So, now, "shipping jobs overseas" will be known as "expanding" under King Barack's reign... More
Answered By: L.T.M. - 1/18/2013
never believe politician they all lie
Answered By: badspeller - 1/18/2013
Answered By: Geo - 1/19/2013
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