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The Whoppers of 2008 – The Sequel

We’ve chronicled a lot of misleading, exaggerated and flat-out false claims during this campaign — too many to count. But some rise above the others in their sheer mendaciousness. In our latest article on FactCheck.org, we present a look at the biggest bogus bits of the final five weeks of campaign 2008:

The Whoppers of 2008 — The Sequel October 31, 2008

For part one of this saga, see our September story that detailed the whoppers from earlier in the election.

In other whopper news, Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens, who was convicted of seven felony counts of corruption on Monday, said yesterday, “I’m not going to step down. I have not been convicted.”