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What about: "I was quoted out of context", "It is unthinkable that...", and many more politicians' favourite "gems" of expression?Originally posted by dai bread:
In the run-up to our election in September, the "NZ Herald" has taken to running what they are calling an "amnesia section". Things that politicians said, that they now deny ever saying, or "can't remember". It should be interesting.
Explain why you feel msm shouldn't be demonized.Originally posted by shostakovich:
The president said some nice things about Peter Jennings, as he should have. This is the same president whose minions are demonizing the main stream media, as they should not have.
I like John a lot too. I don't agree with everything he does either, like his bills on campaign reform, but I respect him for one main reason . . . he still believes that one man can change the world, as do I.Originally posted by shostakovich:
My favorite Republican is John McCain. I may not agree with his direction sometime, but he is well meaning and (horrors) honest. That he could get to the Senate as an honest man is a real tribute. Bush was willing to smear him going for the nomination in 2000 (I think), and yet he outwardly bears Bush no animosity. YIKES!!
I'm doing my best to make up for it, John.
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