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Gutter Politics: McCain Campaign Called Out For Half-Truths September 10, 2008

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

September 10, 2008 08:22 AM

The Washington Post has an article today on the repeated lies and lack of accountability in the presidential race:

From the moment Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin declared that she had opposed the infamous “Bridge to Nowhere,” critics, the news media and nonpartisan fact checkers have called it a fabrication or, at best, a half-truth. But yesterday in Lebanon, Ohio, and again in Lancaster, Pa., she crossed that bridge again.

“I told Congress: ‘Thanks but no thanks for that Bridge to Nowhere up in Alaska,’ ” Palin told the crowds at the “McCain Street USA” rallies. “If we wanted a bridge, we’ll build it ourselves.”

The New York Times looks into how Obama’s lipstick line was taken out of context: Source Article

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