This is getting annoying. It seems Obama's go-to defense is rapidly becoming "they lied", when in fact, "they" aren't lying.
This trend has been going on since at least when, as I've mentioned previously on this blog, National Right to Life pointed out that Obama's been misrepresenting his position on the Infants Born Alive bill to which Obama retorted "[NRTL has] not been telling the truth - and I hate to say that people are lying, but here's a situation where folks are lying."
The problem is that National Right to Life was accurate in saying Obama was misrepresenting his position. They weren't lying, they were telling the truth. Even FactCheck.org agrees that "documents from the NRLC support the group’s claims."
The latest installment is Obama calling McCain a liar over McCain's "Kindergarden Sex Ed" ad.
The problem once again is that the facts are on McCain's side.
McCain's ad claims Obama voted for / promoted a bill that included comprehensive sex education for Kindergartners. Obama can object if he wants but the the bill's text speaks for itself: "Each class or course in comprehensive sex education in any of grades K through 12 shall include instruction on the prevention of sexually transmitted infections, including the prevention, transmission and spread of HIV."