Liar, Liar, Lips On Fire
Richard Blumenthal, Harvard graduate, Yale Law School graduate, editor of the Yale Law Review, United States Supreme Court clerk, Attorney General of the State of Connecticut, and long-time lawyer told the world today that he regrets a poor choice of words. His statements about serving in Vietnam were taken out of context, he suggested. He really, really, really didn't mean to suggest he served in Vietnam; he only meant to speak truth: he served during Vietnam.
When all else fails blame the prepositions?
You be the judge: