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

Tampa Tom Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 3:49 PM
Sally, if you've been to "many Tea Party events", it's possible you are one. Actually, there's no such thing as the Tea Party. It is really just a bunch of like-minded people who are concerned about the death of our Country, the dumbing-down of our children, the idea that we are no longer a Christian nation, that both "our" political parties are corrupted and are selling us out. That there's a real threat that our military and police forces are being trained/brain-washed and may be turned against the citizens and the Constitution they swore to defend. Throw in drones, the demise(s) of the 1st & 2nd Amendments, FEMA, EPA, IRS, SS all being armed with military-grade weapons.....

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...