Friday, January 14, 2011

Plain-Dealer's Hit Piece on Jordan

So a guy who has previously turned down invitations to CPAC turns down a request for this years event and suddenly the Plain Dealer thinks they have a gotcha story.  This might be a real story if Rep. Jim Jordan was a regular attendee of the conference, but he isn't. 

This is journalistic malpractice via guilt by association tactics designed to protect Connie Schultz's husband: Senator Sherrod Brown.  While Brown gets a mention, once again the Plain Dealer fails to disclose their own connection to him.  This is nothing more than an in-kind contribution to the Brown campaign.

Objectivity?  What objectivity???