It is a good thing that other congressmen did not follow Rep. Joe Wilson’s lead. If they yelled out every time President Obama said something untrue about health care, they would quickly find themselves growing hoarse.
By our count, the president made more than 20 inaccurate claims in his speech to Congress. We have excluded several comments that are deeply misleading but not outright false. (For example: Obama pledged not to tap the Medicare trust fund to pay for reform. But there is no money in that “trust fund,” anyway, so the pledge is meaningless.) Even so, we may have missed one or more false statements by the president. Our failure to include one of his comments in the following list should not be taken to constitute an endorsement of its accuracy, let alone wisdom. [...]
Follow the link for the details of the 20 inaccurate claims. Isn't accuracy supposed to matter? Shouldn't these things be talked about?
But instead of really debating health care, the Democrats are already starting their predictable response to their critics:
DEMONIZING OPPONENTS OF NATIONALIZED HEALTH CARE
When you can't criticize the message, kill the messenger(s).