Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Another Drive-by

More than a few people are talking about the NARAL ad that CNN is running in opposition to John Roberts nomination to the Supreme Court. As I did with the Air America issue, I leave the in-depth analysis to those inclined to do the digging. I'll just sit here and make the occasional off-hand remark.

Which brings us to this, courtesy of K-Lo at The Corner:

Wolf Blitzer reported this hour that CNN is still running the NARAL ad. He just defended it by saying that they run ads from people on all sides of political arguments "barring something that is totally outrageous."

So apparently we can conclude that mis-representing the truth, a.k.a. lying, doesn't quite qualify as "something that is totally outrageous."

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