CNN's Bill Schneider said that Rudy Giuliani "seems to be modifying his views ever so slightly," including on abortion rights. But Schneider did not mention Giuliani's recent shift on "partial-birth abortion" or his reported reversal on abortion rights in general in 1989.
On The Situation Room, Wolf Blitzer correctly noted on several occasions that John Edwards' proposal for universal health care would raise taxes for only people making more than $200,000 per year. Nevertheless, at one point Blitzer told viewers that Edwards plans to "raise your taxes," suggesting the average viewer.
Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus claimed that "80 percent of those with employer-sponsored coverage" would be "unaffected" under President Bush's health care proposal. But, in fact, most workers with employer-sponsored coverage would presumably be affected, because they would pay less into Social Security -- and therefore receive smaller payments when they retire.