"It did seem that in Saturday's radio show we were able to tee off on some pretty disreputable characters. Osama bin Laden, first of all: dead or alive? Next, Bill Clinton, whose Fox News appearance hadn't yet aired, with the exception of a few clips on YouTube, by the time we were on the radio. So we had some lively conversation about Clinton's legacy as it relates to the terrorist threat. And finally, it was on to the U.N., where Hugo Chavez had just set liberal hearts a-flutter with his attack on President Bush as "the Devil."

Liberals don't actually believe in the Devil, of course - but still, it did their hearts good to hear the antiChrist - President Bush, that is - described as such," - John Hinderaker, Power Line.

Linking Clinton with Osama? Saying liberals loved Chavez's comments when some of the most blistering subsequent attacks came from leftist Charlie Rangel and liberal Nancy Pelosi? Just another day of distortion and propaganda at Power Line.

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