Jay Townsend – ‘The Mistake Was Mine’

FlackCheck.org highlights an apology by Republican strategist Jay Townsend, campaign spokesman for Rep. Nan Hayworth (R., N.Y.), for his statement advocating a violent attack on female senators.

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The apologist as serial offender: Marion Barry

FlackCheck.org notes that Washington, D.C., City Councilman Marion Barry’s non-apology for offensive remarks about Asians compounded his problems by offending Poles.

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Rep. Paul Ryan – ‘I misspoke’

FlackCheck.org features Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R., Wis.) recharacterization of his remarks about not believing that budgetary testimony by generals reflected their actual beliefs.

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I’m Sorry For What You Thought I Said: E.D. Hill: ‘Terrorist Fist Jab’

FlackCheck.org looks at E.D. Hill’s apology after using the phrase “terrorist fist jab” on America’s Pulse on Fox News.

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I’m Sorry: Rep. Darrell Issa: ‘Outright Lie’

FlackCheck.org features the apology from Rep. Darrell Issa (R., Calif.) for characterizing the statement of a congressional colleague as an “outright lie.”

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I’m Sorry, I’m Not Sorry: Rep. Joe Wilson

FlackCheck.org looks at the on-again off-again apology by Rep. Joe Wilson (R., S,C,) for shouting “You lie” during President Obama’s September 9, 2009, address on health care to a joint session of Congress.

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I’m Not Sorry: Rep. Bob Dornan: ‘Hell No’

FlackCheck.org looks at the lack of an apology from Rep. Bob Dornan (R., Calif.) for comments about President Clinton.

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A Tale of Three Apologies: Ed Schultz, Cal Thomas, and Rush Limbaugh

FlackCheck.org features a difference between apologies of Rush Limbaugh and those of Ed Schultz and Cal Thomas: “I descended to their level.”

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I’m Sorry ‘I Descended to Their Level’ (Rush Limbaugh)

FlackCheck.org asks can you tell the difference between the apologies of Rush Limbaugh and those of Ed Schultz and Cal Thomas? Hint: one of them said, “I descended to their level.”

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