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Candy Crowley: No Regrets on that Misleading Fact-Check In Front of 65 Million People

Roger198 Wrote: Dec 09, 2012 7:18 PM
You're right. Seeing how the Republicans are responding to Obama's win, I see why they are often referred to as "The Stupid Party." The right policies, especially when it comes to economic policy, a failed opponent with competence and character flaws all over, and they nominate a candidate intimidated by a cocksure incumbent declaring "I take offence" when justly accused of delaying oil exploration on federal lands. Now there is talk of nominating Hillary then Michelle for future presidents. That would be unbearable. I would renounce the citizenship I have only had for seven months and pay no more tax here. It would be no loss to me, for even the United States' economy would not withstand such a disaster and freedom of speech would be over.

On Friday, Hugh Hewitt asked CNN anchor Candy Crowley about her infamous fact-check heard 'round the world during the "town hall style" presidential debate at Hofstra University.  Her general self-assessment?  The journalistic equivalent of a solid B-plus:
 

HH: I have to begin by asking you about the debate, obviously, since it’s the first time I’ve talked to you since then. Looking back at not just your role but the media generally, are you happy with how it turned out? Is it pride, misgivings or both?

CC: Do you mean about the...