#rsrh Did Glenn Kessler report this WaPo article as an in-kind contribution to OfA?

Because if he didn’t, he should have*.  “True but false.”  Apparently, the RNC is not permitted to make the verifiable point that since January 2009 women have been losing most of the jobs.  Because that sort of thing is bourgeois truth, which apparently may not be permitted to interfere with revolutionary truth (I don’t remember who first came up with that bon mot, sorry).  Or possibly Kessler simply finds it intolerable that the RNC would want to push back on the Democrats’ War on Women rhetoric – hey, where’s the Fact Checker post on that?  Don’t see it here.

Well, at least we know now that the Washington Post’s The Fact Checker – not to mention, Glenn Kessler – is actually thoroughly in the bag for the Democrats.  Campaigns, take note.

Via… Oh, this one is going to go around, brothers and sisters.  Take your pick.

Moe Lane

*Yes, yes, I’m sure that there’s a loophole, or something.  There usually is.


  • Wombat-socho says:

    Some Soviet ideologue came up with that, I’m sure. Probably Bukharin.

  • Free-range Oyster says:

    You know, I didn’t think that any size dose of stupid from WaPo would surprise me, but that did. Ace was right – it reads like a parody. Poe’s Law with a vengeance.

  • Catseye says:

    O’Bamas decisions always come back to haunt him. He chose to prop up Government employment in the stimulus and now that the money has run out the jobs go away.

  • lourae says:

    Did these women lose their jobs because their faces were puffy? It’s the Evil Patriarchy! Run! Run for your lives!

  • jetty says:

    Didn’t men lose most of the jobs at the start of the recession? If so, it makes sense that women would lose more jobs starting in 2009 because they were the only ones working.

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