Open letter to Tony Maciulis, Senior Producer at MSNBC.
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2006 18:00:24 -0400 From: "Jason" To: Maciulis@MSNBC.com Subject: Worse Than Fox
In your article, "Foley's Conduct Was No Secret To Bloggers," you conclude:
"That eerie prediction from [blogger] Mike Rogers, insinuating that more would be revealed in time for the Midterm election, is alarming. Have both parties put political advantage ahead of the protection of children?"
This parallel boggles the mind.
On one hand we have the chronic inability of Republicans to do the right thing for months (if not years) when confronted with information that a powerful Republican on the House Caucus on Missing and Exploited Children has been soliciting sex with minors and treating the pages program like a dating pool.
On the other hand there is a single, anonymous blogger that may or may not have sat on this information in order to inflict the most danage on the GOP for the November elections. Of course he might have been a person talking out their *** who got lucky.
This, in your mind, begs the question of whether both parties have put children second? Both PARTIES? Really?
When did Mike Rogers become representative of the entire Democratic party?
Do you even think this stuff through before you publish?