Thursday, June 21, 2012

Four more Pinocchios for Team Obama

This time was for the Bain attack reboot and the Washington Post's Glenn Kessler makes a joke here:
The Obama campaign fails to make its case. On just about every level, this ad is misleading, unfair and untrue, from the use of “corporate raider” to its examples of alleged outsourcing.  Simply repeating the same debunked claims won’t make them any more correct
Ha-ha!  Clearly Glenn has never heard an Obama speech.


Post-nocchio said...

BAM! When the Washington Post's factchecker says it didn't happen, it didn't happen. So don't believe the lies you see elsewhere... such as page 1 of the very next issue of the Washington Post.

Anonymous said...

Surely, Glenn Kessler's next column will award his own Washington Post the dreaded four Pinocchios.

On just about every level, the Post's front-page reporting is incorrect, debunked, misleading, unfair and untrue... didn't I read that somewhere?

I look forward to seeing Kessler's takedown in print any day now... annnnny day now... zzzzzzz

Anonymous said...

A week later, and Kessler is on to writing about a different Obama ad. Even so, he's sure to address his own newspaper's comprehensive rejection of his quadruple puppet rating very, very soon. After all, examining the truth of audacious political claims is what that column's all about. Look for the Washington Post news department to get the unprecedented 11 Pinocchios.

Romney's campaign met secretly on June 27 with the Post's executive editor, seeking a public retraction of the outsourcing story. The Post politely suppressed its laughter.