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    All the President's Lies
    Bush's rhetoric bears no resemblence to his policies. How does he get away with it?

    By Drake Bennett and Heidi Pauken
    Issue Date: 5.1.03
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    Other presidents have had problems with truth-telling. Lyndon Johnson was said, politely, to have suffered a "credibility gap" when it came to Vietnam. Richard Nixon, during Watergate, was reduced to protesting, "I am not a crook." Bill Clinton was relentlessly accused by both adversaries and allies of reversing solemn commitments, not to mention his sexual dissembling. But George W. Bush is in a class by himself when it comes to prevarication. It is no exaggeration to say that lying has become Bush's signature as president.

    This is just the first para. Sounds like someone we all know.
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