Skip to comments.Did Media Matters push WaPo's edit board?
Posted on 05/14/2008 8:25:54 PM PDT by Kleebo151
Today, the Washington Post editorial board urged Cindy McCain to release her tax returns, repeating a call made four years earlier to Teresa Heinz Kerry.
But the timing seemed coincidental, given that Media Matters just wrote a letter to Post editorial page editor Fred Hiatt last Friday. In that letter, the organization brought up the Heinz Kerry editorial from 2004, and asked why a similar request was not made to McCain.
Hiatt tells Politico that the letter wasn't the reason for publishing Wednesday's editorial.
"The editorial actually had been drafted before the [group's effort] began, or at least before I saw anything from Media Matters," Hiatt wrote in an e-mail.
"Getting it in was just a matter of finding the space, given the demands of other news events," he added
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
George Soros has a lot of influence and money, and will use it to destroy any Republican that gets in the way.
“or at least before I saw anything from Media Matters”
As Criswell said in Plan 9 From Outer Space: “Can you prove that it didn’t happen (that way)?”
Because Soros had so much success in taking out President Bush and the Republicans back in 2004.
If letters had that much power, the UN would be the most powerful insitution in the world.
One big difference. Teresa was out with her husband campaigning. Cindy is keeping to herself and remaining private.
Nevertheless, if she doesn’t this won’t go away. Does the party need this story coming back next October? And if keeping her affairs private is the most important thing for her, she isn’t going to be a happy first lady. And no one forced her husband to run for president.
They are one in the same, so this question doesn’t matter(s).
That would explain a lot of things...
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