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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Why go with the actual quote when you can slant the news by making up the quote?
It's another HuffPo headline that bears little resemblance to the truth. Cheney said the premise of Wolf Blitzer's question was hogwash. He certainly did not say that criticism of him was hogwash.

Why can't the Left ever tell the truth?

BLITZER: Here's what Jim Webb, senator from Virginia said in the Democratic response last night -- he said, "The president took us into this war recklessly. We are now, as a nation, held hostage to the predictable and predicted disarray that has followed."

And it's not just Jim Webb; it's some of your good Republican friends in the Senate and the House are now seriously questioning your credibility, because of the blunders and the failures. Gordon Smith...

CHENEY: Wolf, Wolf, I simply don't accept the premise of your question. I just think it's hogwash.

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Blogger prying1 said...

What did you expect? The left couldn't/wouldn't recognise the truth if they died and saw Him sitting on the throne.

This just shows (once again) how little class they have.

Good post though and I'm glad you visit there so I don't have to.

11:02 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

What is also interesting is that the media reported this incident as Cheney being very angry and having a meltdown.
Cheney was very calm throughout the interview.

Contrast that with the Wallace intervew of Clinton, where Clinton stood up, turned purple in the face and started berating Wallace.
The media wholeheartedly reported that Clinton was the good guy who got ambushed and that more politicians should call out journalists like he did.

No bias in the MSM. Right.

10:18 AM  

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