Washington Post.com Responds: Not

Atrios has been on top of this story all day. I like it when the WaPo doesn't have the guts to answer a very basic question like this one: Tapped: Q

Atrios has been on top of this story all day. I like it when the WaPo doesn't have the guts to answer a very basic question like this one:

Tapped:

Question 2: Does WashingtonPost.com have any liberal bloggers who can act as a counterpart to Mr. Domenech?

Straus: "Washingtonpost.com hires writers for their ability to add something substantive to the national conversation. As best as possible, we look for that ability regardless of political labels." ...read on

The answer is no. Cowards.

AmericaBlog picks up on this question too.

David Brock writes a letter: "I noted with interest the Post's decision to add Republican operative Ben Domenech to its roster of bloggers. Presumably, this decision grew out of reported complaints both inside and outside of the Post that online columnist Dan Froomkin is too liberal."


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