Calling A Lie A Lie

Fallows has some questions about Palin still claiming she was against the bridge to nowhere:

1) At any point will the right-wing press join the effort to hold Palin accountable for her false claim, as all of the press held Clinton responsible?

2)  If Palin keeps making the claim, will press critics redouble their debunking, as they did with Clinton, or taper off for fear of seeming biased or boring?

3) At any point will Palin herself -- or, far more significant, McCain -- acknowledge that there are such things as fact and fantasy, and stop making a demonstrably false claim?

2006-2011 archives for The Daily Dish, featuring Andrew Sullivan

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