Difference between revisions of "2009-08-14 False Death Panel Rumor Has Some Familiar Roots"

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<let name=data index=TextShort>&ldquo;the rumor &ndash; which has come up at Congressional town-hall-style meetings this week in spite of an avalanche of reports laying out why it was false &ndash; was not born of anonymous e-mailers, partisan bloggers or stealthy cyber[[conspiracy theorist]]s [but rather] from many of the same pundits and conservative media outlets that were central in defeating President [[Bill Clinton]]'s health care proposals 16 years ago, including the editorial board of ''The [[Washington Times]]'', the [[American Spectator]] magazine and [[Betsy McCaughey]]...</p></let>
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<let name=data index=TextShort>&ldquo;the rumor &ndash; which has come up at Congressional town-hall-style meetings this week in spite of an avalanche of reports laying out why it was false &ndash; was not born of anonymous e-mailers, partisan bloggers or stealthy cyber[[conspiracy theorist]]s [but rather] from many of the same pundits and conservative media outlets that were central in defeating President [[Bill Clinton]]'s health care proposals 16 years ago, including the editorial board of ''The [[Washington Times]]'', the [[American Spectator]] magazine and [[Betsy McCaughey]]...&rdquo;</let>
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