Skip to comments.“Washington Post” Civil War Breaks Into Public View
Posted on 01/31/2013 1:20:42 PM PST by Biggirl
Senator Jim Inhofe cited a blog post by conservative Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin during the confirmation hearing for Secretary of Defense nominee Chuck Hagel on Thursday, setting in motion a public argument on Twitter. Inhofe, who called Rubin a reporter, cited a blog post of her's about Hagel. Shortly thereafter, Post reporter Rajiv Chandrasekaran took issue with Rubin's work on Twitter, saying that Rubin "is NOT a WaPo reporter."
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Enjoy the read. SARC.
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She makes more sense these days than many Republicans.
"Dented the newspaper's reputation for fariness and neutrality."
The Washington Post??? Yeah sure....
If the columnist were a man, would the writer have written "hi's"? English is a dying language. Not sure what's replacing it.
NOBODY at the Washington Post is a reporter.
They are all editorial writers.
Weather and the baseball standings are the only facts published in the Post.
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