Fun With the NYT Thesaurus
“Mr. Obama clearly misspoke when he said that [if you like your plan and your doctor you can keep them].”
The New York Times has reached into the thesaurus of the English Language and come up with “misspoke” for what the President said. Here’s a few other verbs they could have used:
Deceived, Misled, Misrepresented, Distorted, Fabricated, Falsified, Fibbed, Fudged, Misinformed, Perjured, Prevaricated, Snowed, Victimized or even Bore False Witness.
Or we could just accept and the New York times could just report the FACT that President Obama knowingly, willingly and intentionally LIED. Just like Nixon and Johnson.