The implication of posts by both BrilliantatBreakfast and AtLargely is anger at the M.S.M.'s euphemisms when dealing with the latest document drop from the Department formerly known as Justice. They seem to prefer words like "lie." Even guys on the Republican side, such as Captain Ed, think lie is more accurate, and if a softer phrase is required choose an evasion like Goldberg's which describes A.G. Abu as "deeply, deeply, confused, out of touch and unprepared." (h/t memeorandum)
I much prefer the wonderful understatement of the New York Times headline:
Record Seems at Odds
With Past Comments.
I just think that there is something hilarious and charming about descrbing blatant lies and distortions as 'seemingly at odds."
P.S. I also have this theory that there is a headline writer at the N.Y. Times, one who takes charge on Saturdays, that delights in this kind of a joke. It seems to me to happen with much greater frequency on the day that the paper is read the least.