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Sep
20
2007

The squabbling over MoveOn.org’s “General Betray Us” ad is just the beginning of the bickering over who said what when and what – exactly – was meant, left unsaid, inferred or implied.

For relief, or something resembling sanity, we recommend you turn to the Washingtonpost.com’s Fact Checker and it’s “Pinocchio” rankings. It’s today’s HotSpot.

You remember Pinocchio, the nice wooden puppet whose nose grew every time he told a lie? So do we. Which raises a good election year question: Why can’t life imitate art more often?

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