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From Jim Gilliam's blog archives
Meet the Liar

November 7, 2005 8:09 AM

Brian Flemming deconstructs Sen. Tom Coburn's claims to be a human polygraph machine -- by analyzing his body movements.

Watch the video, it's priceless.

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Read the 3 comments.

Andrew:

Sad to say that he represents my home state, Oklahoma.

Mon Nov 7 2005 4:22 PM


Paul:

Oh wow, that is too funny.

Off-topic, I was very confused about Props 78 and 79.

This helped:

http://ca.lwv.org/action/prop0511/index.html

I don't understand what Prop 80 is about, probably because I haven't read it. Anyway, the only proposition I am voting for is 79.

In terms of local (for some of us) measures, I'm voting for F and against everything else. It's important to note that Measure F is not (supposedly) going to raise property tax rates. It just gives the school district permission to float the bond to pay for all the projects they have in the pipeline. Unlike the NASA visitor center, school districts don't typically have enough cash on hand to pay up-front for projects.

Tue Nov 8 2005 2:19 AM


Chrish:

How funny you have this link today. I saw the movie last night and met him afterwards. Some very funny stuff - see it if you get a chance.

Thu Nov 10 2005 1:22 AM


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