May 23, 2012
Computers and MJS
My computer failed me this morning just as I was about to unload on the bias of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The endorsement of Walker is poorly written, and should blow a fuse at so-called PolitiFact. Perhaps JS could merge with the Bradley Foundation. Add Fox News and you have it.
The only value in reading the JS editorial is to remind us that when the Sentinel and the Journal merged the editorial board of the Sentinel slipped into the JS board. The reporting failed as well.
For two years MJS refused to explain their involvement with the Bradley Foundation's backing of the so-called Marquette Law School poll! The endorsement of Walker had to bob and weave. For example, they explain the Walker lie about job creation by saying "job creation has been sluggish." Sluggish? You betcha! And they rely on a silly question asked by the Marquette group back in January that most people thought that recall should be limited. Whoa Nelly! The $500,000 from ABC's Hendricks and the $500,000 from ol' Swiftboat are not even worthy of mention by our pants on fire editors.
And the 57 percent of money coming from out of state? Ho hum.
But here is the other humorous note. MJS is tired extremists so it is creating a blog that will involve eight "balanced" blogs in something called Purple Wisconsin. I can hardly wait!
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As I sit here in the "smallest room" in the house today's copy of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is in front of me. It will shortly be behind me.
Please copy the above and send it to the editorial board of the Milwaukee Urinal/Central.
-Griebnotz Doerkpfester | (Glad) I Escaped, WI | May 23, 2012
When fishing was better in Wisconsin, I used to use the MJS to wrap fish guts. Those days are gone. Grieb's purpose for the paper seems most appropriate.
-Pietr Haikuu | Hurley, WI | May 26, 2012