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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Facts that aren't quite factual

It would seem that my esteemed representative to the congress of these United States has a bit of a problem with facts. Or better described, he has a problem with getting them straight.

The Mrs. sent me a link on the local radio station site (which would seem to be a supporter of poor Baron) news site where Mr. Hill would seem to be a tad bit upset about some organization that is stepping up to the plate and calling a spade a spade. Or better yet, they're calling political lies political lies.

I actually laughed out loud when I read the name of the 2 sites that poor Baron said people should go "check what these ads are saying". The 2 sites are known liberal/progressive outlets for "facts" that happen to support the liberal/progressive cause (or pet project of the day).

Poor Baron said this org (Employers for a Healthy Economy) that produced the attack ads is made up of insurance companies. Well, I took poor Baron up on his offer and went to look up not the "facts in question", but poor Baron's fact of this org being just insurance companies.


They're a bunch of companies that do actual work and have actual people doing work! I'm trying to figure out how the Master Electrical Contractors of Dayton managed to become an insurance company? (I'm sure they would too!) And the hundreds of other companies on there that obviously aren't insurance companies became that way in poor Baron's eyes?????

My guess is that poor Baron didn't bother to check anything out other than spouting off the party lines and dribble just to try to make this go away. Well, ladies and gents, it's time to start questioning what poor Baron has been telling us for the last several years. If he can't get this simple thing right, how can he possibly get any of the more complicated things right? Especially 2000+ page congressional bills?

He must really think the people in the 9th district of Indiana are really stupid.

Poor Baron.

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