Jay Carney Violates ‘National Honesty Day’

In response to Carney Knew The WH Document Was About Benghazi – He Used The Talking Points Himself on Sept. 14, 2012:

I bet you didn’t know today is “National Honesty Day.”

April 30 is National Honesty Day, created by M. Hirsh Goldberg.

Goldberg, a former press secretary to a governor of Maryland, invented the day. Since the beginning of the month began with telling lies on April Fool’s Day, Goldberg felt the month should end on a higher moral note, according to Holidayinsights.com.

On National Honesty Day, people are encouraged to tell the truth all day long.

While I certainly don’t need a special day set aside to help me be truthful, I can think of some people in Washington who do. 

Hat tip: Rock Star:


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