Reaction 2013

Journalists used the Lie of the Year designation to hold administration officials to account. Other Democrats declined to defend the old talking point.

Finally, his car ran out of gas. A police convoy ensured that roads were kept clear for the speeding car. Jeanne Shaheen for making similar claims. Lecerf tried to brake. Runners-up included false claims about Congress being exempt from the health care law and the Internal Revenue Service keeping a database of health care secrets.

Instead of slowing, though, the car sped up -- with each tap on the brake leading to more acceleration. Did Franklin really say that? It also Reaction 2013 a fake instagram photo of Obama holding an award certificate.

At the Mother Jones website, Kevin Drum said the choice made sense because none of the other Lie of the Year finalists were as notable. Emergency services patched Lecerf through to a Renault engineer who tried -- though failed -- to help Lecerf get the speeding car to slow down.

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Lecerf, frantic, called the police from his car -- and they sent an escort that The Guardian describes as "a platoon of police cars" to help him navigate a busy highway. Lecerf stayed, appropriately, in the fast lane. Fellow drivers, obligingly, got out of the way.

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Also on FoxJuan Williams called us "a clearly credible source" that does "a good job," while Rich Lowry of National Review called our selection "a very good choice for Lie of the Year. The man and his vehicle and his communal, ad hoc escort ended up traveling more than miles together before they got their Hollywood ending -- an ending made possible not by individual heroics, but by collective effort.

In other words, collectivism, socialism, totalitarianism. What resulted was a small miracle of technological coordination: We awarded the Lie of the Year to "If you like your health care plan, you can keep it. The reaction was virtually instantaneous.

A long way from home see map below: Eventually, the car reached a speed of mph -- and then remained stuck there. The website BuzzFeed pointed out that the trophies were made in China.

Both politifact and LieoftheYear began trending on Twitter in Washington. We had defenders on Twitter, too, like David Podhaskiea legal editor. It was featured in a Gary Varvel editorial cartoon in the Indianapolis Star.We awarded the Lie of the Year to "If you like your health care plan, you can keep it." Updated on Thursday, December 19th, at a.m.

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