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... is the credo of the republican party! The GOP intentionally tells blatant lies and, when caught, responds with their national credo. "This remark was not intended to be a factual statement"
GOP: The world is made up of 98% dead babies!
Person With Brains: That is just not even close to being true!
GOP: Well... That remark was not intended to be a factual statement.
PWB: Then why did you say it?
GOP: We never expected to get caught!
PWB: Then it is a blatant lie!
GOP: Sure, if you look at it that way. We conservatives don't see things that way.
PWB: Um... Yeah... a lie!
by JGuy The Great! April 13, 2011
A clause which, when placed at the end of a sentence or simply used as an excuse after the fact, will allow you to say anything you want.

It was first made popular by politician Jon Kyl when making a bogus statement about Planned Parenthood, and then taken to even greater heights on The Colbert Report. This is a prime example of colberrorism.
Jon Kyl is the only person who can sneeze with his penis. He calls it a sneenis. That was not intended to be a factual statement.
by MarcusDonovinius May 01, 2011

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