…but it’s just that Ron “Whitewater” Fournier of the National Journal agrees with you.
If the IRS can’t find the emails, maybe a special prosecutor can.
Mind, he didn’t – and probably still doesn’t – agree with you that the IRS targeting originated with the White House*, but hey, a special prosecutor is just what we need to resolve that question. Surely we can all – and do, apparently – agree that the important thing here is to figure out just what happened…
Who is surprised?
Yesterday, National Journal published a piece by Ron Fournier titled “Why (and How) Romney is Playing the Race Card.” Fournier’s story repurposes an old interview with two white Michigan voters in order to reveal the supposed racial subtext in their language. But Benson Brundage, one of the two men mentioned in the story, accuses Fournier of mischaracterizing the discussion and putting words in his mouth that he neither said nor meant.
Me, neither. Possibly the worst thing here is that allegedly Fournier recycled material from an October 2011 interview to make it look like Brundage was commenting on Romney’s (Summer 2012) welfare ad. That’s something that Fournier needs to explain, because while it’s probably not nice to do that to anybody it’s certainly not nice to do that to people who presumably can’t fight back. In other words… time to revisit the list: after all, many of them apply to any conservative in the Media’s crosshairs. ESPECIALLY #1. Continue reading #rsrh National Journal author Ron Fournier’s Designated Racist alleges character assassination.