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President Obama Accuses Opponents of Telling 'Fibs

President Obama Accuses Opponents of Telling 'Fibs

"And they will send an avalanche of attack ads and insults."

During a campaign stop in Colorado Tuesday, President Barack Obama told a group of fired up Colorado State University students that Republicans were willing to "fib" in order to win the election.

"You have a chance to prove the cynics wrong one more time. And over the next two months, the other side is going to spend more money than we’ve ever seen before. They will throw everything they’ve got, and the kitchen sink. They’ll just make stuff up if they have to -- they're doing it already," the president said.

"And they will send an avalanche of attack ads and insults. They will try to distract you, and sometimes -- how do I put this nicely -- they will just fib. And it’s backed by $10 million checks," he added.

You want to talk fibs? Alright, let's talk "fibs."

Of the two men running for president, which one has been accused of being a tax-cheating, SEC document-falsifying killer?

"Fibs"? How about that pro-Obama ad that accuses Romney of "saying anything to get elected"? You know, the one that claims President Obama didn't say things he actually said?

Or how about the ads that falsely accuse Mitt Romney of being some sort of "outsourcer-in-chief"? Or the endless attacks on Romney's taxes? Remember those? We sure do.

Yeah, let's talk "fibs."

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(H/T: Townhall)

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