Tuesday, July 15, 2014

When is a Lie Not a Lie?

According to Glenn Kessler, Fact Checker for  the Washington Pose, when a democrat flat out lies about the Hobby Lobby decision:

After a long list of Democratic politicians deliberately misstating what the Hobby Lobby decision entails, he comes up with:
The Pinocchio Test

The Fact Checker generally does not award Pinocchios for “misspeaking” or for statements of opinion. And we obviously take no position on the Supreme Court opinion. But this collection of rhetoric suggests that Democrats need to be more careful in their language about the ruling. All too often, lawmakers leap to conclusions that are not warranted by the facts at hand. Simply put, the court ruling does not outlaw contraceptives, does not allow bosses to prevent women from seeking birth control and does not take away a person’s religious freedom.
Seriously Glenn, if that's the best you can say, you need to hang up your Pinocchios, quit the Pose, and go to work directly for the DNC. I'm sure they'd be happy to have you there to bend the truth.

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