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New York Times Fact Checkers: Bed Rest is Work

Eppur Si Wrote: Aug 30, 2012 10:56 AM
"'Thoroughly debunked' is the new liberal code for 'blindingly accurate.'" Just as "swiftboating" was the old liberal code for "blindingly accurate."
JMWinPR Wrote: Aug 30, 2012 11:54 AM
We can also add "Borking" or being "Borked"
beowulfe Wrote: Aug 30, 2012 11:04 AM
I always point out to any America-hating fascist progressive that quacks about how Kerry was "swiftboated" that John Kerry "swiftboated" **HIMSELF**. He was the utter moron that ran his campaign based upon his military career, and he was the one who, when faced with charges that his career wasn't as glowing as he claimed it to be, REFUSED to produce proof of his military accomplishments. If the Swiftboat Veterans For Truth really were lying, all John Kerry had to do to prove it is release his military record. That one move would have won him the election in a LANDSLIDE...assuming they really were lying, of course.
beowulfe Wrote: Aug 30, 2012 11:04 AM
I always point out to any America-hating fascist progressive that quacks about how Kerry was "swiftboated" that John Kerry "swiftboated" **HIMSELF**. He was the utter moron that ran his campaign based upon his military career, and he was the one who, when faced with charges that his career wasn't as glowing as he claimed it to be, REFUSED to produce proof of his military accomplishments. If the Swiftboat Veterans For Truth really were lying, all John Kerry had to do to prove it is release his military record. That one move would have won him the election in a LANDSLIDE...assuming they really were lying, of course.

Poor Mickey Kaus. He's the liberal intellectual (not an oxymoron -- he's the last known living "liberal intellectual") lefties on TV are usually stealing from, but now that this welfare reform maven has concluded that Romney's welfare ad is basically correct, liberals refuse to acknowledge his existence.

The non-Fox media have formed a solid front in denouncing Romney's welfare ad for daring to point out that Obama has gutted the work requirements of the 1996 welfare reform bill.

The New York Times claims that Romney's ad "falsely" charges Obama with eliminating work requirements. CNN...