From the Dayton Daily News’ Mike Peters:
Then there was today’s Joe Hallett column in the Columbus Dispatch:
Last week, the National Republican Senatorial Committee created an attack ad against Fisher and ensured that it went viral. The ad was stunningly crass, its sexual explicitness alarmingly vile. The NRSC took footage from Swing State, an otherwise charming documentary by Fisher’s son, Jason, and Jason’s college buddy, John Intrater, about the 2006 race for governor.
Of course, Hallett had to take his shot at bloggers:
Mind you, this video was not the basement handiwork of a beer-bellied blogger. This was done by the National Republican Senatorial Committee, the official campaign arm of Senate Republicans headed by the purportedly religious Cornyn.
Mind you, this video also stole the audio from the handiwork of a “blogger.” Joe Hallett consciously omits that, but instead calls it something we’d do as opposed to a serious interview of the candidates like we do all the time.
Hallett really has an unjustified prejudice against blogs and needs to get beyond his self-created stereotypes.
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