Liberal hyperbole

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Liberal Hyperbole generally refers to the characteristic of liberals to exaggerate and outright distort facts and information to further their cause. Examples of liberal hyperbole include:

  • Exaggerating the dangers of a government shutdown
  • Inflating the purported benefits of social security and other big-government programs
  • Overstating the importance of intervention in Libya

Liberal hyperbole is entrenched in the liberal worldview. For example, President Obama's erroneous assertion that 10,000 people died in a Kansas tornado when in actuality only 12 died can be attributed to his endemic inclination towards hyperbole.

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