AP Opposes Misleading the Public (Officially, Anyway)

The AP is running an “analysis” by Pete Yost beginning:

The decision not to charge Karl Rove shows there often are no consequences for misleading the public.

I’d say the continuing existence of the Associated Press proves that just fine.However, if the AP seriously advocates passage of legislation making “misleading the public” a felony, it will be mighty entertaining to read the AP’s proposal.

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