Recently Obama’s press secretary, Josh Ernest, said that Obama’s position on the war with ISIS was limited to Obama’s latest “narrative”, warning America that war could be won or lost based on the turning of a phrase in the administration’s “narrative”, or there may be no war at all, depending on the phrasing of the “narrative”.
Was it this “narrative” thing that Obama read from when he repeatedly swore that we could keep our doctor and our plan, period, under Obamacare? Was it part of the “narrative” when Obama promised that we could clamp sanctions back on Iran quickly if they were caught cheating on the famous nuke deal that Obama signed, the deeply flawed agreement that Obama considers to be his legacy? Does the “narrative” mean different things at different times depending on the audience and Obama’s need to convince gullible citizens, or the left-leaning press, of a new untruth that he’s pushing?
In Obama’s world, a narrative is simply a lie told to manipulate opinion, as was the case with Obama’s predecessor, Slick Willy Clinton and his ability to play the press like a cheap fiddle. They marveled at his ability to lie, re-lie and lie again and not miss a beat, while at the same time intimidating establishment Republicans into total silence and offering no opposition to what were obvious lies that can, and are, hurting American citizens.
Obama’s obvious love of Islam has lead him to copy from the Islamic playbook and “lie for the faith” of liberalism via his “narratives”.