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ovcourse August 15th, 2015 12:12am

When politicians say "I misspoke", do they say that so they won't have to come out and say, "I lied"?

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moriahdanielle Des Moines, IA
08/21/15 6:20 am

I think what it typically means is "I meant what I said, but I didn't mean for anyone to hear it."

dudley northern Virginia woods
08/14/15 9:13 pm

I must be terrible to have to live a life in which every word you say is likely to be overheard, misinterpreted, and bounced back at you in inconvenient times. Awesomely unpleasant.

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elianastar Gab.ai FreeSpeech
08/14/15 7:26 pm

"Lied" isn't *necessarily* accurate - depending on the specific incident - but it is certainly so they escape taking *actual* responsibility for their ignorant/uninformed - & sometimes outright illegal behavior.

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jvc1133 61535
08/14/15 5:56 pm

The amazing thing is we select someone who is the best of who we don't want.

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ovcourse Alzheimer Joe
08/15/15 9:42 am

Which is exactly why I don't like to see lawyers become president.