The fine art of bull
“You can say anything you want during a debate and 80 million people hear it,” observed Peter Teeley, press secretary to Vice President Bush. If reporters then document that a candidate spoke untruthfully, “So what?”
— New York Times, Nov. 1, 1984
Barring a total meltdown — such as forgetting to wear pants or calling for war with Canada — there was no way Mitt Romney wasn’t going to be declared the winner of his first debate with President Obama.
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