U.S. Orders Diplomats to Stop Telling Truth Until Further Notice

Fallout from WikiLeaks Mess

(Blog Post) In the first major policy fallout from the WikiLeaks disclosures, the State Department has ordered all U.S. diplomats to “cease and desist telling the truth until further notice.”

“We are working overtime to try to make sure that leaks like these don’t happen again,” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told reporters. “But until we’ve got the leaks plugged, it’s incumbent on all our diplomats to put on their lying ... Full Story »

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by Dale Penn - Dec. 2, 2010

This report lampoons the State Department, diplomats in general, the ties between the business world and politics and without taking an overt stand on the WikiLeaks "situation" provides levity with a dose of reality. The truth is a bitter pill to swallow - thank you Andy Borowitz for making it go down a bit more easily.

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