After the debate last week, the award of lying should go to Mitt Romney. Hands down he has perfected the art of lying and appearing to be sincere – although I noticed a few facial expressions that gave him away a few times. The style of debating that Romney blasted at President Obama is an actual technique for debating. It is called the Gish Gallop.
According to Rational Wiki, Gish Gallop is the debating technique of drowning the opponent in such a torrent of half-truths, lies, and straw-man arguments that the opponent cannot possibly answer every falsehood in real time.
On Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention (RNC), it was time for Vice-President hopeful Paul Ryan (R-WI) to speak – and speak he most certainly did. Several reporters have confirmed that Ryan told more lies in one speech than they’ve ever heard before from anyone else.
In fact, a FOX News reporter wrote an EXCELLENT article, “Paul Ryan’s speech in 3 words,” about the fibs, and provided the true facts. You could have knocked me over with a feather…. Isn’t FOX News all about lying? Regardless, Sally Kohn did not think so. Kohn stated that Ryan’s speech could be described in three words: Dazzling, Deceiving, and Distracting.
This video was presented at the Global Research conference by Global Research TV, AFTER 9/11: TEN YEARS OF WAR, held at the Cinema du Parc in Montreal on September 8, 2011.
Thursday, September 8, 2011, Montreal, Canada
Casey Anthony, 25, is on trial in Orlando, Florida for first-degree murder, accused of killing daughter Caylee on June 16, 2008 and hiding the body in woods near the Anthony home.
Caylee’s skeletal remains were found in December 2008. Duct tape wrapped three times around her skull, mouth and nose is the only evidence indicating cause of death, according to prosecutors.
The crime scene investigator who searched Casey Anthony’s car on July 17, 2008, for clues about the fate of her missing 2-year-old daughter testified on Friday that the odor of human decomposition wafted from the interior as soon as he opened the door.
“My professional opinion is that it was human decomposition,” said Gerardo Bloise, who told jurors he has seen as many as 45 bodies in various stages of decomposition in his career.
More information provided in this video about the inconsistencies in Casey’s stories.