How long will it be before the American public gets fed up with the overt lying of the Obama campaign? As reported by Politico, when interviewed by WNYC radio, David Axelrod refused to discuss the Democrats' initial omission of 'God' and 'Jerusalem' on the Democratic party platform.
WNYC's Bob Hennelly wrote:
"There was one subject Axelrod did not want to go on tape about: the omission of God and the reference to Jerusalem as Israel's capital from the party platform. He said it was a mistake and confirmed that as soon as the president learned about the omission he told party officials to re-insert the language."
This constant parroting of the lie that Obama knew nothing about the original version of the platform has been debunked, incredibly enough, by Politico itself. As John Nolte has written, Politico inadvertently revealed that Obama had vetted the platform, and then, with no trace of morals or conscience, actually erased the passage and republished the column.
When confronted with the news that Axelrod didn’t want to discuss the matter, Obama campaign spokesman Ben LaBolt told Politico, "We've been on the record on this all week. Happy to go on again."
Enough is enough. Everyone knows by now, or should know, that Obama is lying through his teeth. The only reason there was a change made is because they were caught red-handed, and then they had to frantically cover their tracks by claiming Obama was ignorant of the matter.
No matter what Obama says, Axelrod says, LaBolt says, or anyone from the Obama administration says, the Democratic Party is now the home of militant secularists who are uncomfortable with public expressions of religiosity, and Arab supporters of Islamism who dream of eradicating the state of Israel.