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WHAT THEY SAID
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WHAT THEY MEANT

We all have met people that say one thing and mean another. Many well-known people have spoken out on various topics. We have listed some quotes and what we believe was actually meant.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"They are going to people showing them videos of Donald Trump insulting Islam and Muslims in order to recruit more radical jihadists."
-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during the Democratic presidential candidates debate, on ISIS.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
My campaign is putting together those videos right now and we hope to have the proof by the time the general election starts.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"Seven years ago, we were addicted to foreign oil. Now our oil imports have plummeted, our clean energy industry is booming."
- President Barack Obama in his weekly radio address.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
Seven years ago, we were addicted to foreign oil. Now our oil imports have plummeted thanks to fracking, our clean energy industry is gloomy.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"Hillary Clinton has announced that she is letting her husband out to campaign but HE'S DEMONSTRATED A PENCHANT FOR SEXISM, so inappropriate!"
- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in a Tweet after Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump "demonstrated a penchant for sexism."
WHAT THEY MEANT,
Those that live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"The net effect of this is in these really serious times he's not a serious leader."
- Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, on rival Donald Trump.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
I am a serious leader, please someone listen to me. I want to be president like my brother and daddy were. It is not fair. Waaaa.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"Each time, we're told that common sense reforms like background checks might not have stopped the last massacre, or the one before that, so we shouldn't do anything."
- President Barack Obama in his weekly radio address.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
I would rather make a bad law and make it look like I did something even when it doesn't solve the problem. Signing executive orders is what I do best.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"The worst thing we can do is do nothing."
- Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y on passing gun control legislation.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
I would rather pass a bad law and make it look like I did something even when it doesn't solve the problem. Passing useless laws is what I do best.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"My number one priority as a leader is to make sure that there is not another generation of widows and orphans created because of a terrorist attack on the American homeland."
- Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
As president I will send troops to fight once again in Iraq causing another generation of widows and orphans of soldiers killed in action.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"Itís a drop in the bucket compared to the number they've admitted into the country, If you have photogenic raids on a few dozen illegal families and thatís the end of it, itís just for show. Itís ... enforcement theater."
- Mark Krikorian of the Center for Immigration Studies, speaking to the Washington Post on the Department of Homeland Security reportedly planning deportation raids of hundreds of families who have entered the United States since the start of last year.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
Another example of the government's leaders pretending to actually do something.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"accidentally struck and tragically killed."
- Chicago police spokesperson, on the shooting of Bettie Jones by Chicago police after she answered the door for police arriving for a domestic dispute.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
Chicago police often use deadly force for minor disturbances and Bettie Jones is just another case of friendly fire by the Chicago PD. Our motto, shoot and ask questions later.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"So I think this is more of an indictment of the media, actually, than it is of Trump."
- Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, on why Donald Trump gets far more television coverage than Bernie Sanders.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
Trump is not the problem, the media is the problem.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"We have to become competitive with the world. Our taxes are too high, our wages are too high, everything is too high."
- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump talking to MSNBC.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
I am too high on the campaign rush.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"Wages in our country are too low, good jobs are too few, and people have lost faith in our leaders. We need smart and strong leadership now!"
- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in a Tweet.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
We need a leader that tells people what they want to hear. Wages are too high, wages are too low, we need smart and strong leadership now. A smart leader knows that wages are both too high and too low, vote for me and I will make America great again.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"Has now become dangerous."
- Democratic New York Mayor Bill de Blasio speaking on the radio about Donald Trump.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
Trump has now become dangerous to my candidate Hillary Clinton.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"Today, I'm suspending my campaign for president. I want to thank everyone who has taken this journey with me. You have honored me with your support,"
- Former Republican presidential candidate Sen. Lindsey Graham, after announcing he has dropped out of the presidential race.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
I want to thank my sister who sat and drank a cup of coffee with me as the Trump and Cruz supporters passed me by.


WHAT THEY SAID,
"We all recognized here when we looked at it that the apostrophe was misplaced. Ö It was just an oversight that thatís the one that was grabbed and put up."
- Tena Haraldson, director of marketing communications and media relations for the University of South Dakota, on their misspelled billboard located on Interstate 90 east of Sioux Falls.
WHAT THEY MEANT,
We are all real smart at the University of South Dakota we knew once we drove by it that it was misspelled.




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