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Washington comPost challenges CBS on “Fake but accurate”

Oh, it’s not what you think.  You probably thought “challenges” as in “calling CBS out”, didn’t you?  Nope.  Instead, they’re challenging CBS on trying to bastardize the English language in such a way as to advance their leftist agenda.  Details:

“For far too long women have been left behind in Obama’s job market. Of the 740,000 jobs lost since Obama took office, 683,000 of them were held by women. That is truly unsustainable.”

— Statement by Sharon Day, co-chair of the Republican National Committee, April 6, 2012

In an effort to fight back against Democratic claims of a Republican “war on women,” the Republican National Committee has rolled out a new and startling fact—that under Obama, women have lost seven times as many jobs as men.

So, are the numbers correct?  The comPost concludes that the numbers are indeed correct:

We cannot fault the RNC’s math, as the numbers add up. But at this point this figure doesn’t mean very much. It may simply a function of a coincidence of timing — a brief blip that could have little to do with “Obama’s job market.”  (Hey, when was the last time a liberal fishwrap like the comPost chalked up bad numbers under a Republican administration to “coincidence of timing”? – CL)

And the comPost concludes…

If trends hold up over the next few months, then the RNC might have a better case. But at this point we will give this statistic our rarely used label:


Um…whiskey tango foxtrot“TRUE BUT FALSE”?  Are you bleeping kidding me?

The numbers are true…but the numbers are damaging to Chairman Zero, so the comPost has to polish this turd in the best way they know how.  Which is to sodomize English. 

Webster just called and asked to be lubricated next time.

Nope…no liberal media bias!


April 11, 2012 - Posted by | media bias, Obama

1 Comment »

  1. Hey, don’t forget when they did that for the President’s claim that REAL unemployment is down!
    Huh…what? Er…they didn’t address the numbers? My bad.

    Comment by Kevin | April 11, 2012

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