Posted on | May 6, 2012 | 47 Comments
Some people are evidently as stupid as Tommy Christopher, and must have things explained to them like school children. For the record:
- My post Thursday afternoon, published 17 hours after HuffPo claimed there was a meeting Wednesday on Capitol Hill, was a strenuous denial that any such meeting ever took place; anyone who thought it was something else clearly has reading comprehension problems.
- I provided a list of conservative writers — or, as Al Franken called them, “Lying Liars Who Lie” — who obviously can’t be trusted, if they were to claim that any such meeting took place.
- I specifically disclaimed having been in attendance at The Meeting That Never Happened, contrary to what any of those Lying Liars Who Lie might (hypothetically) claim.
- Why do liberals at HuffPo and BuzzFeed think they can trust Lying Liars Who Lie to tell them the truth about a meeting that (a) was off-the-record, and (b) never actually happened?
Friendly advice: Never let ‘em see you sweat. Remember you have the right to remain silent. And if you can’t dazzle them with brilliance . . .
UPDATE: Corrected an error. I had thought the alleged meeting was Thursday, but in fact, the allegation was that a meeting occurred on Wednesday, which of course, it didn’t.
Don’t worry — my alibi is airtight either way.