... and today the PI endorsed Luke Esser. WTF? Every editorialist in this town is on crazy pills this fall.
It would be easier for me to defend my "newspapers still matter" position if the newspapers in this town didn't act like total knobs.
lsd. the problem is lsd.
Consistency is the hobgoblin of small minds, or some such bullshit.
They seem to know who signs the paychecks and what is important to him. Brown-nosers vs. good employee, ketchup vs. catsup. Is all the same.
Sounds like the papers are doing a fine job of showcasing their variety of opinions and riling people up. I can't think of any other paper in town that does that. Innovative.
Obviously the Stranger, otherwise it wouldn't receive so many posts every single day. (And I can't help but notice this isn't exactly your first post, Mr. MFW)
It is definitely NOT the LSD
That's gone the way of the Dodo bird :(
okay, so let me get this straight:
the more conservative paper, the times, endorses mcgavick, reichert, and rodney tom?
but the PI endorses burner and esser? will they endorse maria?
i am all confused-- the editorial boards have all gone nuts.
Dudes, let's stop pretending. The Editorial Board had nothing to do with the endorsement on the Senate. That was all a certain owner's choice.
They serve at his pleasure and endorse as he dictates. They may not admit it in public, but that's their mandate.
Ask Santorum, he'll tell you about their mandate.
It’s the most blatantly corrupt Congress in history, guilty of so many crimes and disasters that they have to be listed alphabetically, and those grotesque fools at the Seattle Times are squealing for more. One has to wonder what a Republican would have to do to lose their endorsement.
Years from now, future generations will still be suffering from the fiasco of the current Republican Party and they will plaintively ask “where were the good Americans?”
The PI endorsed Maria yesterday.
The Times' editorial board has officially either lost its collective mind, or its collective spine. (I rather suspect the latter.) Even the Tri-Cities Herald - not exactly a bastion of far-left thinking - endorsed Cantwell. The Times' endorsement of McGavick was an amusing example of cognitive dissonance. "McGavick believes this and we disagree - Cantwell feels this and we agree - but we're endorsing McGavick."
All so Ryan Blethen and the other Young Parasites can inherit unearned millions. Because, after all, we wouldn't want them to only inherit FIFTY million dollars instead of SEVENTY million dollars (for example), now would we?
Want a really good exemplar of why the estate tax should be retained? The only reason that asshole James Sensebrenner had the money to buy himself a seat in Congress is because his grandfather invented Kotex.
Frank has veto power. He used it.
The editorial board of the Times should resign. God, I wish Frank Fuckhead would sell that paper and leave for Utah where he belongs.
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