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The McCain-Palin Lies and the Neil Armstrong Principle September 9, 2008

Posted by trouble97018 in McCain, News, Politics, Repiglicans.
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Huffington Post

Paul Begala

Posted September 9, 2008 | 10:04 PM (EST)

If John McCain and Sarah Palin were to say the moon was made of green cheese, we can be certain that Barack Obama and Joe Biden would pounce on it, and point out it’s actually made of rock. And you just know the headline in the paper the next day would read: “CANDIDATES CLASH ON LUNAR LANDSCAPE.”

Why doesn’t somebody call Neil Armstrong? He’s been there. Or go to the Smithsonian and open the glass case that contains a piece of the moon. The moon is a rock. That’s a fact, Jack.

Facts are indeed stubborn things, but the McCain-Palin lies are more stubborn still.

In the face of demonstrable, provable, incontrovertible evidence to the contrary, McCain and Palin continue to assert that Gov. Palin opposed the infamous “Bridge to Nowhere.” They do so in their speeches and ads, and their supporters say so on television until their pants are on fire. McCain and Palin also claim the Alaska governor opposes earmarks — despite the fact that she’s gotten her state so much pork she’s at risk for trichinosis. Source Article

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