During the segment, Ratigan showed photos of Palin that, as Newsbusters and Snopes.com point out, were photoshopped. Ratigan introduces the “Top 10″ segment by saying its “to have some fun,” but still no one identified that the images onscreen were doctored or referenced that fact in any way.
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