Washington Post Has Never Endorsed A Republican For President, But Say They Aren’t Biased

The Post’s endorsements tend Democratic

Tend? ROFLMAO

The Post began regularly endorsing candidates for president in 1976, with Jimmy Carter. The Post editorial board hasn’t endorsed a Republican for the Oval Office

Is The Post, in its endorsements, more left than right of center? Yes. But that doesn’t make it an arm of any party or faction.

Yes it does.

Patrick Pexton: The Post’s endorsements historically tend Democratic – The Washington Post

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2 Responses to Washington Post Has Never Endorsed A Republican For President, But Say They Aren’t Biased

  1. savebyj says:

    Nothing to see here folks. Just keep moving.

  2. DJ Devlin says:

    Even the ombudsman of the Washington Post (Pexton) admitted in a Nov 4 editorial that the Post has “left leaning” endorsements, but defended them as mild and driven by the staff’s principles. The very next article was a scathing attack on Romney for his “contempt for voters.” Such hypocrisy is hard to take. My only meaningful response was to CANCEL MY SUBSCRIPTION, and I did. But that’s a tiny blow to the big, but teetering, WP. However, if thousands of readers who are simply feed-up with this excessive imbalance in reporting and editorializing do the same thing, for the same reason, it just might help to bring them to a more balanced approach. Let’s give it a try….

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