Having seen the difference between lied
and lay, we are now in a position to differentiate between lied
In addition to lying to journalists, then, Rogers lied
"US News Anchor Brian Williams Lied
Half Dozen Time: Report," April 26, 2015, http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/tv/us-news-anchor-brian-williams-lied-half-dozen-times-report/story-e6frfmyi-1227321167540.
We would point out that President McKinley lied
in 1898 about the reason for invading Cuba, saying we wanted to liberate the Cubans from Spanish control, but the truth is that we really wanted Spain out of Cuba so that the island could be open to United Fruit and other American corporations.
Of the 307 HR managers who verify dates of employment, 55 percent reported that applicants sometimes lied
about how long they held their jobs.
Deception is pervasive; we all lie and are lied
In the immediate aftermath of the Iraq war, Alterman notes, some of America's most influential voices on foreign affairs, like Thomas Friedman of The New York Times and the editorial page of The Washington Post, aided Bush by brushing off evidence that the president had lied
about weapons of mass destruction.
Lieberman, Never Be Lied
to Again (New York, NY: St.
The truth of her claim that the government lied
is not at issue before the Supreme Court.
Instead of owning up and taking 'complete responsibility' as he said Monday night he was finally willing to do, he lied
. He not only lied
to Paula Jones's lawyers, he lied
to the public and to his closest political associates and implicated the leaders of his party and his government in the deception.
Most of us have probably been in the situation that Nietzsche describes: "Not that you lied
to me, but that I no longer believe you, has shaken me."(34) It is not the philosophical transgression of lying which is distressing.
Instead of exploding, ask him why he lied
. All behavior exists for a reason.