A writer for Rolling Stone declares, "Hillary is a habitual teller of tall tales."
Well sure, you think, RS is well known to be extremely right-wing. Margaret Carlson, another well-known member of the VRWC, writes, "A few more tall tales and voters may be less worried about Clinton's capacity to be commander-in-chief than her ability to tell the truth."
But Dick Morris, who used to work for her husband, provides this "list of lies".
And Michelle Malkin deserves extra credit for recalling George Costanza's line, "It's not a lie if you believe it" and labeling this behavior "Better living through self delusion." (Jonathan Alter of Newsweek agrees: "Over time, the movies that politicians create in their heads become real to them.")
I think something slightly different: I think that Hillary thinks if something could be true and should be true, then it's fine to talk as if it actually were true.
Speaking as a Nobel Prize-winner in economics, I have no problem with that.