Presidential Guest House Had Deed Restrictions Excluding Blacks

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The White House has turned down a request from the family of President-elect Barack Obama to move into Blair House in early January so that the Obama children can start school on January 5.  The White House has refused to reveal why they turned down the Obama family, but a real estate agent disclosed that the Bush house had deed restrictions excluding blacks.

The Obamas were told that Blair House is booked in early January, but information provided to theliepolitic implies this was all to cover up the truth.  It really is a White House after all.

This story is a satire of two  Huffington Post articles that completely distorted the facts.  To find the stupidest article ever posted on the Huffington click here.

And this article demonstrates how much harm can be generated by the lies and hate bred by the Huffington.


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3 Responses to "Presidential Guest House Had Deed Restrictions Excluding Blacks"

  1. Ronald E. Lapp   December 14, 2008 at 1:28 pm

    I find this website really confusing. I have to click here to read something and clear there to read something. Why can’t you just say it all on one page.

    Look. I’m in independent conservative. I do want to get the facts which is why I read both sides of the spectrum on news and views. What I find with Huffington is that their newsreporting is straight….the views are of course biased and the comments are biased…but that’s OK because that is what is expected and I find a whole lot of conservatives there dinging Huffington all of the time. This is all healthy.

    The bottom line is that I don’t see alot of difference between liberal/progressive websites and conservative/neocon websites because all of them spin spin spin. It’s up to the reader to wade through all of that nonsense.

    I appreciate being able to make a comment on this website. Thank you.

    However, I look at NewsMAx a lot and one problem with them is that there is no way to respond or react to their articles both in terms of positive and negative criticism of the issue being discussed. That disappoints me.

  2. snarkyobservation   January 10, 2009 at 2:02 pm

    I noticed that the lie politic had another article noting how the Huff Post had inaccurate headlines, lies, etc. Sure they are slanted, as is this site, any educated media consumer should recognize that. But can you say “hypocrisy?” The article you pop out here has nothing to do with Wash., DC, but rather his new digs in TX. Talk about a leap.

    • theliepolitic   January 14, 2009 at 7:15 pm

      Hi Snarky. I read your response and had to wonder what you were talking about. It made me want to respond personally to you.

      The Huffington is a lying institution. They exaggerate and manipulate the news to their own ends. They are not slanted, they are liars. Massive liars. CNN is slanted. HuffingtonPost is a lying manipulative chat session for liberals.

      We merely point that out and we also include liberal articles on our site for you to read. If you want it all to be only catering to the liberal side, then by all means read the lies on the Huff. After all you don’t want the truth anyway. You just want to follow the brainwashed internet crowd into the liberal fold without applying any brain cells to the effort.

      You say that our article has nothing to do with Washington DC? Uh, do you know where Blair House is? We often wonder about our readers intelligence, and you don’t seem dumb, but your post was.

      If you have issues with specifics, by all means point them out. Most often, the people reading the comments and screening them are not those that write the articles, but in this case, your response was so off topic and off the mark that I had to let you know to work a bit harder because you wouldn’t want to look the fool again.


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