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Monday, February 26, 2007

Dishonest Headline #235

Well, let's see what the libtards are crying about today. Hmmm....looks like a bad case of 'We have no sense of humor'-itis.

Of course, Arianna would rather post yet another intentionally dishonest headline than admit Tony got a laugh out of the press corp. The White House made no comment on Al Gore's Oscar. The story states quite clearly that Tony was asked what he thought about Gore's film, not what the White House thought.

Libtards never win with the truth.
Ever.


WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Al Gore is garnering wide praise following his documentary's win at last night's Academy Awards -- even from White House Press Secretary Tony Snow.

Asked in a press briefing Monday what he thought about Al Gore's documentary film, "An Inconvenient Truth," winning an Oscar, Snow said, "I'm happy for him," and mused, "It's good to have a second career."

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