I’m saying lies. The Wall Street Journal does not say lies.
“Despite significant evidence to the contrary, the McCain campaign continues to assert that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin told the federal government “thanks but no thanks” to the now-famous bridge to an island in her home state.”
But humans are lie detectors, Seth says. “We hear stories. We enjoy them. We try them on for size. We’re looking for falsehoods and we sniff them out.”
We live in lies.
Seth says, “The spinners lie constantly.
“They lie with a straight face.
“They lie sentence after sentence, relentlessly.”
We’re accustomed to lies.
Because we lie?
Because we’re not lie detectors.?
Because the Wall Street Journal isn’t reporting lies but fluffs criticism and secures false populism and whitewashes corruption. We must investigate “significant evidence to the contrary” and call it a lie when it is a lie.
There is some research to say honesty is losing.
McCains and Palins of it.