Thursday, February 16, 2012

New York Times covers Romney 'dog on roof' story for the 29th time




There is no agenda here. Everyone please move along...

Via NewsBusters:
Wednesday’s New York Times devoted a short “Caucus” article, “‘Seamus on the Roof’ Prompts Howls of Protest,” to a mocking protest against Mitt Romney by a “dozen people” representing the canine community, insulted by Romney's treatment of family dog Seamus, who he once strapped to the roof of the family station wagon on vacation. (The Times loves tiny liberal protests, but manages to completely ignore enormous conservative ones, such as those involving tens of thousands of pro-life activists marching in D.C.)

Columnist Gail Collins will be happy, given she is the media’s lead point-person on crate-gate, having mentioned the incident 28 times in her column through December 2011.

2 comments:

United Citizens Council said...

How many times have they mentioned Fast & Furious?

Bluegrass Pundit said...

United Citizens Council said...

"How many times have they mentioned Fast & Furious?"

That is an interesting question.