Monday, September 6, 2010

No media in Houston (Case # 1743928)

When ChronBlog's Rick Casey is on the case concepts such as "innocent until proven guilty" and "trial by jury" seem as antiquated as a sensible Republican immigration platform.

What Casey overlooks is that this is a terribly complicated case involving multiple sources of money and (possibly) illegal movement of the same. It's far more complicated than anything that can easily be explained away by a columnist with a recent track record of not exactly digging deep to ensure both sides of the story are told. (Case in point here: Not ONE quote from the (R) side of the coin.)

As is typical with ChronBlog opinion pieces of late, the funniest bit can be found in the comments:
By Chron.commenter chroncritic2:I'm Bill White and I approve this political message paid for by the Hearst Corporation.
This is not the first time ChronBlog has run to the defense of the Bill White campaign in the face of a political attack by the Perry campaign, I'm sure it won't be the last. (I'm also sure it won't matter one iota sense very few pay any attention to ChronBlog any longer.)

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