Documents filed with the Federal Election Commission Friday show President Barack Obama's presidential campaign raised $46 million in June and spent $58 million.
Meanwhile, his Republican challenger Mitt Romney brought in $33 million through his campaign, and spent $27.5 million.
Obama compounds this lie with another lie, asserting that he was outspent in the 2008 campaign against John McCain, from the left of center FactCheck.org:
Q: Who spent more money on advertising, McCain or Obama?Obama continues his lying ways with a new ad where Obama lies about Romney directly quoting Obama verbatim, word for word
A: Overall, Obama has outspent McCain by nearly 3-to-1, but in the closing week it’s been closer to 5-to-1.
Just compare Romney's quote of Obama at 0:10 to Obama's original quote at 0:37. They're identical. If you're too lazy to do this, Glenn Beck does the work for you:
Beck then points out that the Obamaites are engaged in 1984 Orwellain Newspeak, where words no longer have any reliable meaning, terms can be bent to advance political objectives, and 2+2=5, if the Dear Leader has so decreed:
Newspeak is the official language of Oceania, scheduled for official adoption around 2050, and designed to make the ideological premises of Ingsoc (Newspeak for English Socialism, the Party’s official political alignment) the only expressible doctrine. Newspeak is engineered to remove even the possibility of rebellious thoughts—the words by which such thoughts might be articulated have been eliminated from the language.