Here comes that straw man again and it's a lot easier to be critical when you're not in power
Yes, its once again time to attack liberals for arguments they didn't make and then to somehow blame them for the Republican legislature's inability to act. Here's the opening paragraph from this morning's lead . . .
They're still out to get West Virginians: our "newspapers" deny Obama and the Democrats any legitimacy to their points
I've been doing this blog for over two years and one of the constants has been the Intelligencer and the News-Register's refusal to acknowledge that President Obama has ever acted for what he believes is the best interest of the country; that, at the least, his actions might be well-intentioned but, as the "newspapers" see . . .
Just one day after both Wheeling "newspapers" edit Associated Press reports on Republican consideration of Obama's Supreme Court nominee to meet its right-wing, Republican agenda (see previous post), the Intelligencer has the "shameless audacity" to editorialize that the West Virginia legislature needs to "tighten . . .
And so do our senators
Highlights of this morning's Intelligencer editorial (note -- no link - the editorial was not posted online):
For the good of all Americans, Scalia should be replaced by someone like him.
"All Americans?" That's a bit presumptuous -- you don't speak for me.
With less than a . . .
Another Intelligencer editorial
This morning's Intelligencer editorial tells us that "GOP Senate Makes Progress." The editorial, however, is actually about praising an Intelligencer favorite, Shelley Moore Capito.
The editorial begins by comparing the Republicans' task to Sisyphus. (Yes, Sisyphus.)
. . . . it seems getting anything . . .
The worst editorial of the year?
I realize that we still have 10 days of editorials to go but I think this morning's Intelligencer editorial, "Liberal Lawmakers Obama’s Strength," may likely be the worst local editorial of 2015.
The editorial is an attack upon the omnibus budget bill passed on Friday. The bill certainly contained some things that a . . .
The Intelligencer is still in denial
Here's the shorter version of this morning's Intelligencer editorial, "Scare Tactics Have a History in Alaska:" because some "radical environmentalists" may have been wrong once in the 1970s, we should never trust any scientist again.
The president's current Alaskan tour features the environment and so . . .