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Friday, October 25, 2013

From Patriot Update

Truth Web Site: does the truth matter?  October 24, 2013 by Daniel Greystone
In Minnesota, there is a new ‘political truth’ web site that is being heralded as a place for people to go and compare what Minnesota and National politicians are saying versus what they are really doing. There are those of us who already know Liberals and Democrats rarely tell the truth. We do not need a web site for us to know if they are lying. If you are a Liberal or a Democrat, you do not care about the truth and having a web site to view is something they will not look at anyway. Either way, some people do not need it because they follow and know what truth is being spewed from the lips of politicians, and others will not care because they want to avoid the truth.

The bottom line is that Liberals, Democrats and some Republicans just do not care about the truth. If these politically minded people actually told the truth, stated exactly what they are doing or professed what they actually wanted to do, nobody would support them in their efforts. They only way for Liberals and Democrats to get support for their effort is to lie and not tell the truth. In fact, the main-stream media and news outlets all support the Liberals and Democrats and their lack of truth. These people say they report the news, but really all they do is perpetuate lies over and over again. The main-stream media supports these politicians by reporting false narratives to us as truth....…To Read More…..

The TruthMatters website can be found at  A Twitter account has also been set up at

Hidden in ObamaCare Site: Applicants Surrender Right to Privacy, 24 Oct 2013
During Thursday's congressional hearing with the contractors responsible for building the troubled ObamaCare federal exchanges, we learned that whether you end up enrolling in ObamaCare or not, no one who puts any information into the ObamaCare website can expect to have their privacy protected. Moreover, the fact that you are giving up your right to privacy is hidden in source code that reads, "You have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding any communication of any data transmitted or stored on this information system."  During his questioning on this specific issue, Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) only received chilling answers and deflections from the primary contractor responsible for the site. When he asked Cheryl Campbell of CGI about it, her icy response was that another contractor was responsible. After some pressuring, she finally admitted that she was aware of the hidden source code....To Read More....

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