The Associated Press Reads More Into Rand Paul’s Speech Than is There
Erica Werner of the Associated Press gives us a textbook example of why talking about immigration in the United States is so hard. She reads into statements things that are not there. The headline of her article is “Rand Paul endorses immigrant path to citizenship.” Giving her the benefit of the doubt that someone else wrote the headline, her first paragraph reads thusly: Republican Sen. | Read More »
The One Loses his Street Cred
The Associated Press reported the following on Friday: WASHINGTON (AP) – President Barack Obama told voters repeatedly during the health care debate that the overhaul legislation would bring down fast-rising health care costs and save them money. Now, he’s hemming and hawing on that. So far, the law he signed earlier this year hasn’t had the desired effect. An analysis from Medicare’s Office of the | Read More »
Read the Washington Post! Quickly, before it changes!
I’m not sure if this reflects a bad link on Hot Air’s part, or whether the AP’s Erica Werner really did drastically did rewrite this article between 10:35 PM and 12:52 AM. Compare two equivalent passages for an idea of how extensive the latter would have been. Original (WaPo, supposedly; copy found at Breitbart) Obama used the same language toward Republicans as he did toward | Read More »