Anything but accepting personal responsibility. That was the old GOP, now it's always someone else's fault. Sen. Kyl blames his press person for the 'not meant to be a factual statement' gaffe. His 'press person' falls on his sword for Kyl by claiming that his statement saying that his response to Kyl's claim that 90% of Planned Parenthood's activities were abortions was not intended to claim what it actually claimed.
So we now have an admission that the statement, "not intended to be factual statement" was itself not intended to be a factual statement. The question is if a statement not intended to be factual is spoken in the middle of a forest where no one can hear it, is it still not intended to be a factual statement. Discuss.