Harry Reid Rips Washington Post Editors As "War Cheerleaders" Unconcerned About Facts
I can't figure out where the Washington Post is coming from but the Senate Majority Leader has a strong point of view. Harry Reid slammed the paper's editors in a sharply worded letter :
In an unusually confrontational move towards a major news organization, Harry Reid has come out swinging against The Washington Post, accusing the paper's editorial writers of being "eager cheerleaders" for Bush's Iraq War and slamming them for a "disregard for the facts."
The more I think about it the more I'm convinced that it should be the editorial pieces that should be on the front page and then the headlines in the middle. If the editorial truly represent the opinions of the publishers then shouldn't this be front and center? At least we'd know where the paper was coming from at the outset.