<cue twilight zone music> No lie is too great to be construed as "liberal truth". I've seen a lot of bullshit shovelled in my time when it comes to politics, but this one's got to be in the top ten. From Newsbusters and I'll give a link. It's unreal. Move all beverages away from the keyboard as the writer suggests. The Hill: Elizabeth Warren Really Is Part Indian...in 'Mythical Terms' By P.J. Gladnick | May 22, 2012 | 12:33 Bernie Quigley of The Hill has written himself into the laughstock status by his incredibly laughable excuse for Elizabeth Warren's false claim to be part Indian. According to Quigley, paleface Warren really wasn't lying about her ancestry. Why? I have placed Quigley's bizarre rationale below the fold so you have a chance to put down your drinks to prevent the drenching of your monitors when you read it: ...Warren's claim to be "part Indian" is correct in mythical terms. So is this "fake but accurate" as Dan Rather would describe it? Not quite. It seems to be "fake but mythical" as proclaimed by Quigley. And now let us enjoy the entertaining Quigley comedy as he expains his "mythical terms" reasoning: ..".In the heartland it is almost universal for those who have been there for a few generations to claim Indian blood; that is, to wish it were there even if it isn't. It is not so much a lie as it is the acculturation of personal and regional American myth; the fabric of old-soul American consciousness." Yes, this thought process proves once and for all liberalism is a mental disorder. Finally Quigley hopes that Warren doubles down on her Indian claim because she is somehow validated by the mere desire to be Indian: And I hope Elizabeth Warren doesn't back down on this, because wanting to be Indian, like Hawkeye, makes us in a deeper sense fully American. Read more: The Hill: Elizabeth Warren Really Is Part Indian...in 'Mythical Terms' | NewsBusters.org Like freaking Hawkeye The rest is at the link above.