Column uses only seven of the ten Republican words -- "under" wins
That didn't take long (please see previous post). Mike Myer weighed in this morning with "Four States Hold Key on Coal." While the column was more about strategy ("here's what we should do about this" -- I like the assumption that we all agree with him) than the usual Myer column, it still managed to use seven of the ten words from the Republican "most frequently used"list and only two words from the Democratic list. The column missed "regulation," "jobs," and "administration" from the Republican list. (I find the omission of "administration" to be especially interesting - it is, after all, the Obama administration and not the president personally who took these actions. More on that at a later date.)
Michael Myer corners the market on rationality
Michael Myer seldom, if ever, allows for the possibility that there could be rational reasons for any of the Obama administration's actions. (Remember -- for Obama, it's a "vendetta" as two editorials have claimed.) And by extension, anyone who supports these actions is also irrational. From today's column:
But let's assume rationality prevails and all 54 Republicans, along with the eight Democrats, go against Obama.