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What feels true and is not intended to be a factual statement

Sen. Jon Kyl claimed on the congress floor that abortion is "well over 90% of what Planned Parenthood does."

When the actual figure turned out to be 3%, his office released a statement clarifying that Kyl's figure was "not intended to be a factual statement."
Stephen Colbert: Sen. Jon Kyl personally sabotaged the Apollo 13 mission. (Not intended to be a factual statement).

Sen. Jon Kyl throws babies at elder people. (Not intended to be a factual statement).
by fresair April 13, 2011
An excuse released by the office of Minnesota Senator Jon Kyle after telling a blatant lie on the senate floor and getting called out for it the next day by the offended parties.

Used nowadays to say things that would normally be considered quite libelous and whacky.

Stephen Colbert aired the story on his show, the Colbert Report, then spent the night twittering nonsense phrases about the senator, using the HashTag "#NotIntendedtobeaFactualStatement".
Jon Kyle is actually one of Gaddafi's sexy lady ninja bodyguards

*not intended to be a factual statement
by dbrow127 April 14, 2011
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