Republican Groups Fund Ads Attacking Obama With Misinformation

Top Republican groups released web videos attacking President Barack Obama last week with an emphasis on the president's record on green-energy investments, particularly his use of stimulus dollars -- but the claims don't pass the Pinocchio test Full Story »

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Jack Dinkmeyer
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by Jack Dinkmeyer - May. 2, 2012

Excellent article using quotes and sources to make its point that right wingers are using distortions, falsehoods, and misinformation in an attempt to destroy their favorite target--Obama. However, saying right wingers use falsehood, distortions, and misinformation is much like saying the sky is blue. So what else is new?

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Randy Morrow
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by Randy Morrow - May. 4, 2012

he ads don’t pass the Pinocchio test. “One can certainly raise questions about how stimulus funding was used and whether it was effective,” he wrote. ... More »

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