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Life After Sequester – Where is Obama’s Predicted Apocolypse? [VIDEO]

Obama tried to make us believe the sequester would destroy us
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According to the Wall Street Journal,  the world has not ended despite sequester.

Leave it to the Wall Street Journal to point out some serious fallacies in President Barack Obama’s statements about the sequester. For weeks, Obama has been touring the country claiming the world will end if the sequester were to occur.

It ended last Friday and the Journal points out much of the controversy — and many of their alleged doomsday predictions — did not happen. Journal experts said the claims were carefully crafted disaster scenarios that were created by Obama’s media team.

To see and hear the Wall Street Journal’s take on life after the sequester, click on the button below.

WSJ Truth on Sequester

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