20 years from now, I suspect that the Romney Boys will change their name to Normey or something other than Romney. The list of issues behind their dad's impending landslide defeat will be too embarassing to endure.
Or maybe, just maybe, the list of slimy tactics we have endured from the GOP Romney campaign will be a boon to this country. Maybe, dare we dream, the GOP will become banished evermore.
Veteran journalists attack Murdoch paper for failure to disclose writers’ political sympathiesDamn liberal journalists. Of course, those of us who read know who these players are; however, many Mesmerized Murdoch devotees will think "Hey, even these smart guys agree with me"
The Wall Street Journal has been criticised by senior US journalists for failing to disclose that 10 of its op-ed writers are Mitt Romney advisers.
According to an inquiry by Media Matters, 23 pieces in the WSJ’s op-ed pages attacked President Obama or praised Romney without the writers acknowledging their political connections to Romney.
According to a Media Matters review,
the Journal published a total of 23 pieces from the following Romney advisers without disclosing their campaign ties:To read the details of each of the non-disclosed party affiliated op-ed writers, do read this article:
Lee A. Casey;
Mary Ann Glendon;
Paul E. Peterson;
David B. Rivkin Jr.; and
In several instances, the Journal failed to disclose an op-ed writer's connection despite its own news section reporting that the writer is advising Romney.