Mumbojumbo and Bamboozlement Watch

Brian Zick

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Josh Marshall has asked his readers to watch the Sunday morning TV shows, and report what they see. We're going to put together a compilation of all the best or rather worst moments. We're looking for the straight up fibs, the outrageous statements that deserve more attention and any sundry mumbojumbo or bamboozlement that comes down the pike. Of course, we also want to know about the good stuff -- concise and cutting statements of actual facts, unexpected moments of candor and non-weaselhood, etc. We're just not optimistic that the latter will outnumber the former. I would expect Josh means to report on moments good and bad by both politicians and journalists.

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