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Palin Wins!

Liar of the year!  Her conservatarded sycophantic followers should be so proud.

PolitiFact comes out with their Lie of the Year award.  Caribou Barbie, come on down!

PolitiFact’s Lie of the Year: ‘Death Panels’

Of all the falsehoods and distortions in the political discourse this year, one stood out from the rest.

“Death panels.”

The claim set political debate afire when it was made in August, raising issues from the role of government in health care to the bounds of acceptable political discussion. In a nod to the way technology has transformed politics, the statement wasn’t made in an interview or a television ad. Sarah Palin posted it on her Facebook page.

Yes, and waiting breathless on the sidelines was Glenn Beck, every member of the Republican Party and a media that helped push that lie 24/7.

Her assertion — that the government would set up boards to determine whether seniors and the disabled were worthy of care — spread through newscasts, talk shows, blogs and town hall meetings. Opponents of health care legislation said it revealed the real goals of the Democratic proposals. Advocates for health reform said it showed the depths to which their opponents would sink. Still others scratched their heads and said, “Death panels? Really?”

Or, he might say, others scratched their heads and said, “Why is anyone paying any attention to this vacuous, hollow twit?”

The editors of PolitiFact.com, the fact-checking Web site of the St. Petersburg Times, have chosen it as our inaugural “Lie of the Year.”

PolitiFact readers overwhelmingly supported the decision. Nearly 5,000 voted in a national poll to name the biggest lie, and 61 percent chose “death panels” from a field of eight finalists.

Bible Spice…she made it to the top.  Her base will be so proud.

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  1. glennbeckbulletin
    June 3, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    You might be interested in The Glenn Beck Review at http://sharethisurlaboutglenbek.workpress.com, the preeminent blog for Beckology.

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