Skip to comments.Politifact's "Lie" Of The Year Reveals Once Again The Pettiness And Bias Of The Media
Posted on 12/12/2012 4:27:37 PM PST by The Looking Spoon
It's not a lie, Twitchy has the detais here.
Politiwhat? Politipropaganda is more like it. What utter B.S. Complete and utter. Just another set of MSM/Democrat political hacks.
That’s my new name for these scumbags: Politihack...
Romney was probably mentioning a Bloomberg story on Oct 22, 2012: “Fiat Says Jeep Output May Return to China as Demand Rises”
Why bother? Debating leftists is like discussing gene theory with the poultry & rabbits at your county fair’s livestock exhibit.
You just have to understand the definition of “lie”.
Lie v,i 1. “To disagree with the opinions of the MSM”
2. “To tell the truth about any Democrat or Democrat policy position.”
You just don’t understand....
Al Queda thrived
pass it on....
I think that is actually Politihacks.
Here is the opening paragraph from that piece:
Fiat SpA (F), majority owner of Chrysler Group LLC, plans to return Jeep output to China and may eventually make all of its models in that country, according to the head of both automakers operations in the region.
Apparently the reader is supposed to leap to the conclusion that "all of its models" does not mean "all of its Jeeps." When I read the article I did not make that leap, and apparently neither did Romney. Still, after that issue is clarified, Romney's ads are justified.
The question of how many Jeeps will be exported from the United States to China and vice versa is not mentioned in the Bloomberg article, yet it is critical to evaluating Romney's Jeep ads.
Jeep currently exports U.S.-made vehicles to China, which is Jeep's largest market outside of North America. Last year, Jeep sold 22,294 vehicles in China.Isn't it reasonable to expect that when inexpensive Jeeps are made in China, that will dramatically reduce the number of Jeeps that could have been manufactured in the United States and exported to China?
Somehow that point seems to have been lost in the bias.
Also, what are the odds that some of those inexpensive Chinese jeeps will eventually be exported to the United States?
Romney's ads were basically correct.
Another leftwing front organization given a fancy title and pumped up PR to spread leftwing propaganda - who cares.......
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