The 74-year-old also claimed that the US president had told "hundreds of bald-faced
lies" and said he was guilty of "gross nepotism and appointment of unqualified persons to high office.
Mr Flynt, 74, also said the US president had told "hundreds of bald-faced
lies" and said he was guilty of "gross nepotism and appointment of unqualified persons to high office".
This is not historically accurate -- in fact, it is a bald-faced
If that's not a bald-faced
sellout of our country, I don't know what is.
It is a broader problem of misrepresentation that consists of context, innuendo, and omission as much as bald-faced
Today, when a Pandora's box full of vulgarity, obstructionism, and authoritarianism has been let loose upon the political landscape, when spin has tucked tail in the face of bald-faced
lies, when people from every walk of life and every political persuasion feel like the deck has been stacked against them and the dealer is cutting cards to boot, the fight for justice is more important than ever.
But the most important -- and the most worrying -- qualities they share is an ability to substitute salesmanship for substance, a willingness to tell bald-faced
lies in pursuit of publicity and advantage, and an eagerness to intimidate critics into silence.
So if you catch him fibbing, confront him about his half-truths before he starts thinking he can pass off bald-faced
lies that will likely break your heart.
However, philosophers have recently noted the existence of bald-faced
lies, lies which are not intended to deceive anyone into believing what is said.
IN THE PREFACE to his memoirs, outdoor humorist Patrick McManus wrote, "I have been careful to limit bald-faced
lies to the quota established by other writers of memoirs.
She embellishes the truth to the point where she is telling bald-faced
lies and ruining reputations.
The Supreme Court must take a serious look at the actuation of Judge Laoagan which amounts to a bald-faced
ignorance of the law," declared Rivilla as he pointed out that the judge practically ruled that the automated voting system is seriously flawed.
Consequently, Western repetition of bald-faced
lies has become truth for huge numbers of peoples.
The UK's Daily Telegraph stated that on Russia Today, "the bald-faced
lie has now become common place".
McGregor responded by sending out a letter to every miner declaring this contention to be a bald-faced