Say, now that you're done with that all-important, vital piece of "fact-checking", I suggest taking on a much more daunting (if not infinitely more relevant) task: How about reading the entire 1,900+ page health care bill which recently passed in the U.S. House?
Somebody ought to read it -- it's pretty clear that no one in Washington is. Oh, and be sure to read Brad's post in its entirety. He has a few more questions that someone really ought to answer.
Update: Mark Steyn notices that it took 11 AP writers to contribute to the Palin fact-checking article and Steyn provides suitable mockery of their efforts. Word on the street is that AP writer Rita Beamish did an especially kick-ass job on this assignment, but that Garance Burke pretty much sucked. We are still attempting to determine the precise role that H. Josef Hebert played, although it's reasonable to surmise that he sneered mightily as he read his portion of the advance copy.