In Friday's paper, the ultra-liberal and I might add anonymous editorial writers at the Courier-Journal wrote yet another in a long line of vitriolic anti-Bush, anti-Mitch McConnell editorials, dripping with as much hate and disgust as they could muster.
They didn't limit themselves to where they feel the president has fallen short. They went way beyond that and attacked both Bush and McConnell personally.
I get it guys. You don't like the president or the senator. You believe you have a calling every day to use the newspaper you've been entrusted with as a battering ram to cripple every elected Republican in sight.
I hear you, but I don't agree with you.
When a city only has one daily newspaper, that newspaper has a responsibility to be neither too liberal nor too conservative. It must reflect the values of the vast majority of people in the middle and this newspaper doesn't. Until those in charge at The Courier-Journal allow at least a couple of conservative thinkers onto their own liberal editorial staff, they will never be one bit less biased or more credible than Rush Limbaugh.
I'm Bill Lamb (you'll notice I put my name on this piece), and that's my Point of View.