How Many Lies Can A Politician Stuff Into A Single Sentence About NSA Surveillance?

Rational Arrogance

Interesting question.  I would guess  that it – at least partly – depends on how long the sentence is.  But over at Techdirt.com has actually started to count –  the record so far is five.
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(via Techdirt): In a recent comment on the site, reader PT pointed us to a statement from RepresentativeJoe Heck explaining why he voted against the Amash Amendment. The statement was from back in July, soon after the Amash Amendment to de-fend certain NSA activities…

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