Clarence Page and his War of Disinformation

In an article in the Chicago Tribune, titled "Team Romney's war against facts," Clarence Page reveals a remarkable confusion.  And he wishes to share it with his readers.  In this article, he attempts to make the case that it is the GOP that seems to have a problem with factual presentation.  Page writes: "Yet, fact checkers could hardly catch up with that remark before Romney's running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, unleashed a few more fibs and convenient omissions in his own convention speech. For example, he had the audacity to poke at the "$716 billion funneled out of Medicare by President Obama" without noting that his own past budget plans counted on the very same savings. The same one-sided charge that Obama "raids" Medicare to pay for Obamacare appears in Romney campaign ads too." Clarence, did you say "convenient omissions"? Really?  It is you, Clarence, that live in the fact free world.  I will present some facts, some actual videos of...(Read Full Post)