The lies are and have always been given to people in three ways lies, damn lies and calculated statistics. I do not know if the Washington post ever comments on US controversial calculated statistics or publishes criticism regarding them but there exists plenty of controversy around US statistics. But controversial statistics are by no means solely an Argentine/US phenomenon but a worldwide one."MPDC" said:Hopefully this link works. However, it's not news to us.
I said that it was a worldwide phenomenon and it is far more logical to ask the question if the Washington post ever comments on US controversial calculated statistics than if it ever comments on statistics regarding Timbuktu since the Washington post is of course based in the US and this article that the original writer mentioned appears on its page."sergio" said:Why is is that anytime someone makes a critical comment about ARGENTINA the response is to bring up the US in a negative way? What does the US have to do with it? The first poster is right - the infrastructure here leaves a lot to be desired. I have no idea if mosquitos are responsible for aleged milk shortages (I haven't had any problems getting milk) however I am well aware that there are some serious infrastructure problems that need to be addresed. What does the Washington post and statistics in the US have to do with deficiencies in the Argentine public transport system, etc.?