What I openly admire about this WSJ op-ed is how it systematically avoids any and all facts which would allow you to compare any of their claims to any of their other claims.
What's the method by which you learn this? I mean, lying is really simple - three year olds can lie. But the craftsmanship that goes into making a series of consistently misleading statements that all seem to not actually be lies takes time and practice. Is it like a Berlitz course where you just listen to a tape and repeat along until you can transition effortlessly between average and median with a straight face? Is the course now on CD or DVD? Is there a lying Destinos which allows you to investigate a murder in a cripplingly slow fashion while learning the basics of deception in a plot driven format?
I need to know!