Sarah Palin death panels
A disturbing number of Americans still believe 2009's "Lie of the Year."
The Los Angeles Times points out: The Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling on the president's health care law on Thursday
As one admirer put it in a July 2009 blog post, "If Gundersen's approach was used to care for the approximately 4.5 million
"I am very seriously considering it, and my time frame is this summer to make the decision," he said, according to the Citizen
As for the birther matter, Zeleny wrote in a tweet, "@SarahPalinUSA says questions about Obama citizenship unneeded. 'It's
Well, that didn't take long. No sooner did the Republicans revive their crusade against Democratic health care reform than
In an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, Palin rails against the commission's findings, particularly because they bother to
Sarah Palin is standing by her "death panels." In an interview taped last week for Newsmax.com, a conservative website, the
We now need to revisit the issue of enhancing discussions of end-of-life care. Addressing these issues more fully can help us in many ways. But these are not easy issues.
Palin -- whose duplicitous allegation of "death panels" helped establish the rancorous tone of the national debate over health-care reform -- has consistently shown her capacity for deceit throughout the debate.