Oh come now. That can’t be real. Surely the New York Times hacks learned from their ludicrous Obama just totally “misspoke” when he said you could keep your plan spin. They can’t be that clownish, can they?

Oh yes. They can.

Unreal. Seriously hack-guys, now you are just sad.

Fox News contributor Byron York notes a little something else:

Huh. Funny that.

Zing!

Double zing!

The righteous mockery was swift and splendid.

Can’t shame the shameless!

https://twitter.com/RileyRebel129/status/400606536721899520

Bingo.

This Twitter user nutshells it for the ludicrous lapdogs at the New York Times:

Precisely.

But truth doesn’t matter when you are far too busy burying bones and begging for an extra bowl of Obama kibble.

Related:

Boot-licking fail: You won’t believe NYT’s excuse for Obama’s ‘you can keep your plan’ lie

Awkward! Obama lies to clarify his ‘you can keep your plan’ lie; Hardest hit?

Greta Van Susteren, Brit Hume destroy boot-licking NYT hacks with devastating O-care truth

‘Boom!’ Dana Loesch shreds NYT’s Obama ‘misspoke’ lie with simple question

Changed times: New York Times ‘misspoke’ lie in a snark-tastic nutshell

Misspoke? Hey NYT, try being real journalists; Check out this brutal video of Obama’s lies

#ObamaMisspoke: Obama’s lies, NYT hackery spark delicious mockery

  • conservativechick

    An “incorrect promise” is called a “LIE.” Period!

    • pinupartist

      I’d say his Oath of Office was an incorrect promise, too.

  • Gail Thompson

    What about that Jim Carey movie “Incorrect Promise! Incorrect Promise!”

  • taconite

    when the NYT gets on its knees, it isn’t to lick his boots.

    • AmericanMom

      What they are sucking at isn’t called news by any stretch of the imagination.

    • pinupartist

      The saddest thing about this is that the rest of the lamestream media’s reaction to this will be jealousy that they didn’t come up with this line of defense for their one true love first.

  • MellowD

    Tell me incorrect promises, tell me sweet little incorrect promises. Just doesn’t have the same ring. The word is LIES.

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    4-B’s and an L
    Barack’s.Blatant.Brazen.Blazin’.Liars.

  • pinupartist

    Amazing that the smartest man ever so often misspeaks, or is misled or incorrect.

    So this promise was fake, but accurate?

    I swear, these buffoons at the NYT are like schoolgirls with a massive crush & their world would be shattered if they had to admit that their idol had any flaws at all, never mind that he sold this steaming pile of feces with bald-faced lies.

    • Suzyqpie

      After the dog creates a “steaming pile of feces,” the dog scratches at the ground to cover the pile. But it really doesn’t cover the pile. That’s what the Democrats in WDC are now doing, scratching at the ground desperate to cover the ever growing pile that they created.

    • WisconsinPatriot

      *sigh* “He’s so DREAMY!”

  • Chris_Rr

    “Incorrect promise” sounds an awful lot like traditional Newspeak.

    All hail ObamaSOC …

  • Fire and Adjust!

    Makes you wonder how many cheating spouses out there are going to be saving the “incorrect promise” line for when they try to explain to their significant others how they broke their marriage vows………….

  • arttie

    All of Dear Leader’s voters suffered from incorrect hope too.

  • cjncook

    In other words, I did not have a truthful relationship with Obamacare!

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    We be just the messenger….

    Seeing this once will boil your blood, if you can view it a second time your head will explode:

    Obama’s Stunning Omission
    0’The Lying Liar…Much…and…for a very, very Lonnnnnnng Time To All of Us!
    Obama Lying in January 2010 (cspan)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XK7AOEMU4M

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    We are suffering from Incorrect Anguish.

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    We are suffering from Incorrect Financial Ruin.

  • cjncook

    I’d throw Nancy under the bus and drive. You have to pass it to know what’s in it. Apparently Obama heeded her words.

  • OLLPOH ~ OurLifeLiberty

    We are suffering from Incorrect ObamaCare.

  • taxfreesanctuarystate

    “incorrect promise” = double plus untruth

  • Karin_A

    Oh brother!

  • Andrew

    Oh my. The unintended word play here is…well, so NYT typical.

    Essentially:
    “…last week’s acknowledgement that reality is not in accordance with his declaration of assurance.”

    Cut to the effing chase! “The President is screwed because we all know he lied.”

  • Right Wired ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Ladies and Gentlemen, that quote is going to be the one we mock until the universe goes dark.

    This is worse than Clinton’s “It depends upon what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is.” lie.

  • Lady_Penguin

    Communists lie by massaging words.

  • CO2 Producer

    In other words, Obama pledged stupidly. Dozens of times.

  • Marvin Nelson

    So, they have now stooped to a new low by inventing new ways to describe a pack of lies. Don’t know where they got their “journalism” degrees, but they should demand a refund. The schools from which they graduated are cringing in pain, hoping that no one finds out where they graduated.

  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Ryan Leslie: “Incorrect promise = lie; grossly misled = lie…”

    Shouldn’t that be “meisel’d,” Ryan? If he miss-ledd us, that’s one thing, but if he “meisel’d” us, no biggie…

  • MNWoman

    So were the Obamacare navigators telling people to “incorrectly promise” on their applications?

  • MNWoman

    I can’t remember the context, but I actually think David Gregory said “that is not accurate” when describing something Obama (or someone from his administration)said.

    If anyone can remember the context, please feel free to correct this.

    Edit:

    He said it about Carney’s statement regarding the changes made to the Benghazi talking points.

    NBC NEWS’ GREGORY COMES THIS CLOSE TO CALLING CARNEY LIAR
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Journalism/2013/05/12/NBC-News-Gregory-This-Close-To-Calling-Carney-Liar

  • Hannibal

    Three Dog Night tried to use “incorrect promise” in their song “Liar”, but the producer couldn’t stop laughing.

  • ceemack

    They should just go ahead and rename themselves the Ministry of Truth.

  • jd

    Just think of all the other uses…

    Cheat on test – incorrect appropriation of the results

    Lie under oath – incorrect legal discussion

    Have an affair – incorrect infidelity

    Thank you NYT…

    • David

      Great post

    • David

      Extortion – incorrect transfer of funds

    • David

      arson – incorrect disposal of gasoline

    • $59154503

      Robbing a bank – incorrect allocation of depositor funds.

    • $59154503

      Rape – incorrect utilization of sexual functionality.

      • Frank DiSalle

        Bombing Hiroshima – Incorrect placement of radioactive materials.

    • Frank DiSalle

      One correction: Having an affair would be “incorrect fidelity”

  • David

    I promised my Mother I would never lie. That is incorrect. I never told her that all us boys went swimming every summer day in the river. She never could figure out how all that sand got in my underwear.

  • $59154503

    Well, I guess one big benefit to the O’Liar regime era will be a barrack load of euphemisms for Lying.

    Hmm.. maybe that’s not really a benefit after all…

  • Dane Gunderson

    Obama tells his composite Girlfriend ‘NYTimes’ that mouthful was an #IncorrectPromise

  • http://www.FireKarlRove.com/ C. Edmund Wright

    I incorrectly promise, I did not have sex with that woman, Miss Lewinsky…

  • Frank DiSalle

    Didn’t Incorrect Promise have a big hit with that song, “I Stomped The Truth To Death”?

  • http://healthcare.gov/ Scot Harvath

    Is it an incorrect promise to say the Paper of Record has set another record in incorrect promises?

  • CasualMeyhem

    I’d like to thank the NYT for doing all it can to speed it’s (Sadly protracted) demise. Their obvious concern for the mental health of those exposed to it’s slow spiral into irrelevance is touching, and I applaud their efforts to minimize the duration of this troubling situation.