Too many members of the Popular Press are in agreement with Left-wing Bloggers, and so either don't report on what they say or report it in the most gentle, and positive way.
The LA Times, for instance, headlined the appearance by the candidates: "Democratic Hopefuls Try to Woo Bloggers" as if the Bloggers in question were no different than soccer moms and divinity students.
According to the Washington Post's Jose Antonio Vargas, "the leading bloggers are in their 20s and 30s" which happens to be the age group which blathers most, but votes least. Nevertheless some 250 members of the Popular Press attended the convention of Liberal Bloggers showing that the old saying, "Opposites Attract" may be true in the physics of magnetism, but not in the reality of modern American politics.
Dear Mr. Mullings
Isn't MULLINGS a kind of Blog?
The Association of On-Line Publishers
Oh, darn. That's just about 700 words. We're out of room for today.
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