Obama's biggest and latest whopper

Clarice Feldman
To a perfectly credulous press, too busy to fact check, Obama's whopper about the unnamed cancer patient on his campaign crew who couldn't afford coverage, died and asked to be buried in an Obama T-shirt, this latest example of political policy- making by anecdote was just the right note to sell us on his preposterous health initiative.

To Tom Maguire of Just One Minute blog, nothing about the story rang true, and Tom was right. This whopper leaves the President's adoring and a lazy press corps once again with mud on its face:
When will they ever learn?

Clarice Feldman


To a perfectly credulous press, too busy to fact check, Obama's whopper about the unnamed cancer patient on his campaign crew who couldn't afford coverage, died and asked to be buried in an Obama T-shirt, this latest example of political policy- making by anecdote was just the right note to sell us on his preposterous health initiative.

To Tom Maguire of Just One Minute blog, nothing about the story rang true, and Tom was right. This whopper leaves the President's adoring and a lazy press corps once again with mud on its face:

When will they ever learn?

Clarice Feldman