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Comments from feedback form - "Anything reported by the huff ..."017:59, 21 October 2011
This story made me LOL311:40, 21 October 2011

Comments from feedback form - "Anything reported by the huff ..."

Anything reported by the huff and puff post should be filed in the garbage bin. Don't we all remember when the original owner ran for government in the welfare state and the garbage she spewed. (talk)17:59, 21 October 2011

This story made me LOL

Thanks for posting; I doubt any of the 10 other news-related RSS feeds I follow would have posted such bold accusations.

SweetNightmares (awaken)14:19, 18 October 2011

Well... the only accusation I see here is Cain's accusation of "a lie". Terkel didn't accuse, she asked a question. Katsarelis —whose comment I thoroughly enjoyed— didn't even raise the issue of causation for this specific case. And of course Wikinews strives to present every story neutrally.

Newsworthy? Check. Neutral? Check. Lol-worthy? Check.

Honestly, this ought to be funny not only regardless of opinion about the claims, but also regardless of opinion about Cain or his plan. Some things are just funny.

Pi zero (talk)15:42, 18 October 2011

I fail to see why willful misinterpretation by the media is 'funny'. (talk)22:28, 18 October 2011

I fail to see the misrepresentation.

I do see the Lulz.

Brian McNeil / talk11:40, 21 October 2011