Quote of the Day, Debbie Wasserman Schultz Downplays Worries That Her Base Is Revolting edition.
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I will admit that the New York Times largely did not attack South Carolina governor Nikki Haley (R) all that harshly in this article; in fact, they said some things that were actually complimentary (given that the governor is openly going after entrenched Republican interests in SC, that’s probably not a surprise). But they couldn’t quite resist playing silly games by getting local liberal political flack Jack Bass to say “Her understanding of the role of state government appears rather limited” – and presenting Bass as an authority. Here’s a radical notion for the NYT: if you simply must use a liberal to attack a conservative, could you at least mention the following?
In short: I suppose that what I’m asking for here is that if the NYT feels obligated to stealth-use a liberal to go after a conservative, I suppose that I can understand if not approve. But, please. Use one that has a better track record than I do when it comes to political outcomes.
Moe Lane (crosspost)
PS: All that being said… really, Madame Governor? The Black-Eyed Peas? Did you lose a bet?