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Topic - Glenn Kessler
A widely read "Fact Checker" blog is calling out Democrats for their rhetoric in the wake of the Supreme Court's "Hobby Lobby" decision on contraception and company health plans.
President Obama, who's notorious for playing fast and loose with the truth, told another whopper last week about the Republicans in Congress.
President Obama and the Democrats have been peddling some whoppers lately about women in the workforce and Obamacare that are patently untrue or based on questionable, exaggerated data.
It's getting harder every day to be a liberal.
The term "cherry-picking" is often applied to the practice of presidents who use inaccurate, narrowly drawn, fuzzy statistics and claims to cover up their economic failures.
We heard some real whoppers in this year's campaign, but the biggest of them all was President Obama's wildly exaggerated jobs claim.
It should be clear by now that Barack Obama is running his shaky presidential campaign in 3-D: dishonesty, deception and distraction.
The emergence of fact-checkers is one of the major stories of the 2012 presidential campaign, with the self-appointed arbiters of truth inserting themselves into all of the thorniest issues.
The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler wrote that "Moore … falls into the trap of claiming that corporate bosses can now dictate whether women can have access to birth control. No boss under this ruling has the right to tell an employee that they cannot use birth control. That’s simply wrong, but Moore’s spokeswoman argued this is open to interpretation."
Democrats have condemned the ruling, "but in some cases the rhetoric has gotten way ahead of the facts," Glenn Kessler wrote in The Washington Post.