MSNBC's Wagner Tries, Fails to Make 'Pretzel' Out of Liz Cheney's Stand on Gay Marriage


In a brief segment on the September 3 edition of <em>Now with Alex Wagner</em>,
the MSNBC program's host revel in how Republican Wyoming Senate
candidate Liz Cheney has supposedly "contort[ed]" herself into an
"ideological pretzel." But if you listen closely to the 2009 soundbite
that Wagner thinks illustrates that Cheney has flip-flopped on the issue
of same-sex marriage, it actually underscores no change in position on
her views.</p>
What's more, as I explain towards the end of ny NewsBusters post, it seems MSNBC
is once again guilty of selectively editing, with the target this time
being former Vice President Dick Cheney.</p><p><br />Read more at NewsBusters: <a style="color: #003399;" href="…;

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