Published: Friday, June 22 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT
If true, this is a tragic consequence. Are we really at the tipping point where
"everybody lies" is acceptable public behavior? Really?
Well, what do you expect? In a hyper-partisan world, winning elections becomes
the only actual value. Depressing article, but spot-on.
Everyday I read here clear distortions passed along as facts, justified by
"if I don't, the other guy/gal might win". The trend here of a
complete breakdown in honesty bods very ill for the future of the next
Amen, amen, and amen.Truth has no party. Either we align ourselves
with it or we stand in contrast to it.
"It's not a lie, if you believe it".George Costanza.
This is a slanted article written by a lefty. Congress does lie, the government
is not to be believed. But the biggest liar is in the White House and everybody
"...But the biggest liar is in the White House and everybody knows
it...".If Mitt Romney becomes our next president, will the DN
allow comments like the one above, in deference to those who "know"
Romney is a liar?
"This is a slanted article written by a lefty. Congress does lie, the
government is not to be believed. But the biggest liar is in the White House and
everybody knows it."And there you have it. One side lies, but
not as bad as the other. Thank heavens we have attitudes like this.... our
country is in good hands. If we could only get back to the other party being in
the White House, then we will have palatable lies. Good grief...
has not the partisan silliness gone far enough into the absurd yet?Yep, only a "lefty" would complain about a lack of honesty. What does
that say for the other side?
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