Monday, September 21, 2015

Hillary's a hypocrite: 'Obama's a Muslim' chatter started with her team--even MSNBC remembers it
 By Robert Laurie Full Story

On Saturday, Donald Trump posted a note to Twitter informing the interested that he had no intention of defending Obama against claims that there was something shady about his oh-so-obvious, deeply-held, Christian faith.

Internet freaks out because Ben Carson doesn't think a Muslim president is such a good idea
 By Dan Calabrese Full Story

This one follows a very familiar pattern. Here are the steps: 1. Public figure makes a statement that's in line with what most people think, and say privately, but is considered beyond the pale for polite public discussion.

Dear Media: It's not Trump's job to 'correct' everything his supporters say
 By Herman Cain Full Story

It never takes long in a campaign cycle for stories like this to start showing up in the media. So-and-so says such-and-such that may be inaccurate, and a candidate who was present when the thing was said does not correct him! This phenomenon is especially predictable whenever someone levels a criticism of President Obama that the media has decided is verboten, especially when it involves the notion that he is a Christian (Obama says he is) or that he is a Muslim (Obama says he is not).

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