Washington Post: Why Be Accurate? It’s Just Limbaugh

Terry Neal, chief political correspondent of the Washington Post, describes what Rush Limbaugh said on ESPN this way: “I think Limbaugh went a step further tha[n] Thomas, saying essentially that McNabb owed his success to the fact that the white media wanted him to succeed…”

This, of course, is a vast exaggeration fo what Limbaugh said. If the chief political correspondent of the Washington Post can’t describe Limbaugh’s comments more accurately than this, he is underqualified for such a job at such a paper.

My guess is that he could be more accurate if he felt like it, but he doesn’t.

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