Sunday, October 29, 2006

The Enquirer polls voters, and we know how painful that can be

On Sunday, the Enquirer led the front page with a story that tries to get you thinking about who would make a better Ohio First Lady, Rosa Blackwell or Frances Strickland. They even post a worthless web poll asking who would make a better first lady. Two Sundays before the election, I can't think of a dumber story to run. The Enquirer acts as if this "issue" is something you need to consider before voting. It's like something out of the 1950s. What a joke.

Here's what other political stories other big Ohio newspapers had on their front pages:
Not all of this is award winning political journalism, but nothing sinks to the level of irrrelevance like the Enquirer's first lady story.


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