The Campaign Spot

One Bad Statement Follows Another

Debra Medina offers an “I didn’t really mean what everyone heard me say” statement.

She also declares, “The real underlying question here, though, is whether or not people have the right to question our government.” Er, no.

The real question was pretty clear: “Do you believe the government was any way involved with the bringing down of the World Trade Center on 9/11?”

If you want to go on at length about what you think the underlying question is, perhaps you should answer the overlying question. And she did, declaring, “I think some very good questions have been raised in that regard, there’s some very good arguments and I think the American people have not seen all of the evidence there.”

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