Thursday, November 10, 2005

Can you say fluff piece

Of cousre we all know that the Democrats would go around fluffing up Cloeman's victory. Is anyone suprised about this piece?

I'm not.

My parents had even more children than they had friends, so I was shoved to the baptismal font and made the godfather, renouncing Satan and Republicans on Chris' behalf and promising to look after his spiritual welfare. Afterward, I was dumped off at the Uptown Theater on Grand Avenue where the big kids watched "The Guns of Navarone" while the new baby stayed home and talked politics with the grownups. (Source: Star Tribune, Nov. 9, 2005)

2 Comments:

At 11:08 AM, Blogger StPaul_DFLer said...

Well its his little brother, what do you expect? He wrote nothing about the Saint Paul campaign during the entire campaign.

Next, he's a columnist(you do understand the difference?) that can write about whatever he wants, its not a fluff peice because its not a story. He's not a reporter anymore, he a columnist that write about whatever. Joe Soucheray writes crap from a fictional garage in a fictional town where he is the fictional Mayor, flashlight king and fireworks commissioner. You want to talk about 'fluff'?

 
At 11:56 AM, Blogger North Star Politics said...

Yeah...you don't have any real understanding of media, do you? Calling this a fluff piece shows a real lack of it.

 

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