A disturbing pattern emerges
YOU ARE VISITING THE OLD MALKIN(S)WATCH. THAT'S FANTASTIC. PLEASE VISIT THE NEW MALKIN(S)WATCH WHEN YOU GET A CHANCE. Hm.
Last week, many conservative bloggers--self included--picked up on a LifeNews.com story about a new Zogby poll that showed a majority of Americans opposing removal of Terri Schiavo's feeding tube if the question was framed differently than most other MSM polls.Hmm..
But now some skeptical bloggers--conservative bloggers--are revisiting the poll and asking questions about the sponsors, poll wording, and reporting on the poll.
And for fair and balanced coverage: On the left side of the blogosphere, David Corn gets $60 from www.johnkerry.com for a blog ad urging RINO Sen. Lincoln Chafee to vote against Bolton. Seems the ad is running on a number of blogs and websites to put pressure on Chafee. Corn also takes his fellow left-wing bloggers to task for not paying more attention to the nomination:Hmmm...Bolton's a bad deal for the United States. I wish progressive bloggers were as fixated upon him as many of them have been on Jeff Gannon/James Guckert.
There's plenty to criticize John Kerry for, but this isn't one of them. The Associated Press now asserts that both Sen. John Kerry and Sen. Richard Lugar "may have blown" a CIA agent's cover during the Bolton hearings...Three thoughts: It's probably not genuine, it's not exactly overwhelming, and it definitely won't last.
[There are] four previous media citations of the agent's name--all which make public reference to the agent, Fulton Armstrong, and the specific intelligence controversy at issue--dating back to September 2002...
...[H]ow will all of these newspapers that picked up the AP story square the reporter's assertion with those previous media citations?