Glenn Kessler, the principal fact-checker at The Washington Post, fires a WARNING SHOT of sorts across Mitt Romney’s bow, lest the Republican presidential nominee use his convention speech tonight to repeat some of his patented falsehoods.
One example is Romney’s claim that President Obama has gutted welfare reform:
This highly inaccurate Four Pinocchio claim is at the center of what the Romney campaign considers its most effective ad. At issue is a memo issued in July by the Department of Health and Human Services, encouraging states to consider “new, more effective ways” of meeting employment goals. As part of that, ...