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An unusual way to put it

Got an election e-mail from the Bill Sali congressional campaign that looked, and mostly was, a totally normal such missive: An endorsement from a fellow Republican in the Idaho congressional delegation, Mike Crapo.

The endorsement as such (of one party member by another) is standard. Till this line, midway down: “Bill’s opponents are trying to put him in a negative light, but let’s face facts: Bill is Serving Idaho well.”

Let’s face facts? That’s what you normally say when either (a) the facts are really ugly and unpleasant, like a Wall Street meltdown, or (b) when the reality isn’t something very widely believed. Which is it in this case?

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