Changed times: New York Times ‘misspoke’ fail in a snark-tastic nutshell

http://twitter.com/#!/PunditReview/status/397026210221264896

Bada-zing! That sums it up: Oh how times have changed!

Clearly the NYT's Editorial Board believes it can change the narrative from 'lie' to 'misspoke'.
Times have changed.
#NewMedia— Bob (@BobHicks_) November 03, 2013

Amen.

Twitter was buzzing Sunday morning over the latest staggering instance of hackery from the New York Times. As Twitchy reported, the editorial board absurdly said that President Liar Pants just “misspoke” when he said you could keep your plan. On multiple occasions. Consistently.

Period.

The mockery was swift and hilarious. But one thing remains clear:

http://twitter.com/#!/IMAO_/status/397019862679048193

Bingo.

And an exit experiment idea:

http://twitter.com/#!/redsteeze/status/397031190508888065

Related:

Misspoke? Hey NYT, try being real journalists; Check out this brutal video of Obama’s lies

#ObamaMisspoke: Obama’s lies, NYT hackery spark delicious mockery

Obama lied: Hey, shouldn’t this guy receive an apology? Guess who didn’t ‘misspeak’ [pics]

Boot-licking fail: You won’t believe NYT’s excuse for Obama’s ‘you can keep your plan’ lie

‘Period!’ Dear GOP: Here is a simple talking point on Obamacare. Case closed

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/11/03/changed-times-new-york-times-misspoke-lie-in-a-snark-tastic-nutshell/

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