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Monday, January 29, 2007

A little tip for the mentally impaired over on the left side of the aisle; that's the job of the WH press secretary, he is supposed to put the administrations spin on news events of the day.

Are the readers and the staff over at the Huff-POS so stupid and naive as to believe that Democrats don't do the same thing when they are in office?

No shortage of hypocrisy.

Furthermore, Arie DID NOT, as the HuffPo headline so dishonestly states, admit to spinning the news. Read for yourself.

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