Monday, April 25, 2011

Brancaccio plays dumb: So, Lew, what did you mean by that?

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Lew Waters posted up a response to the swimming pool of white wash and ineptitude Brancaccio is barfing over this community as he continues to cover up for a fellow democrat, former State Representative Jim Jacks (D-49).

Brancaccio, who is by far his own biggest fan, pimped yesterdays "fail" of an article that told us nothing that this blog hadn't already reported while pitching Jacks batting practice instead of playing hardball... like he routinely does if you oppose his "I know better then you" agenda regardless of party generally or have an "R" after your name specifically... seems to be deliberately disingenuous by asking this:
Lew, still wondering what the point is of your Lincoln quote. Care to explain?

Lou Brancaccio (Columbian Staff) — April 25, 2011 at 10:15 a.m. ( permalink | suggest removal ) | Ignore User )
In response to the, by far, most appropriate comment on his pathetic, self flagellating cover up of what really happened that caused Jacks to evacuate Olympia like Fukishima was next to the oyster beds:

You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.” Abraham Lincoln

Can Lou truly be this ignorant? Does he REALLY believe that the patty cake he played with Jacks comes even close to what could laughingly be called "journalism?"

That Brancaccio can't seem to grasp how badly he's screwed this up shows him to be unfit to be editor of any newspaper.

Questions that any real journalist would have asked based on available information either weren't asked... or weren't reported.  Either one is unacceptable.

Unless, of course, his playing stupid is all part of the cover up plan.
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2 comments:

Lew Waters said...

Fortunately, there are still some real journalists in Olympia. They are digging this out and sooner or later, it will come out.

When it does, I predict a major scandal involving Democratic party leaders efforts to silence and hush it all up.

That in itself is a major story the public should be aware of.

Blogging around the Pacific Northwest said...

I am now wondering if the reason that Lou is still editor over at the newspaper is that he NEVER asks questions of the elite or identity clark county? And since his boss is one of them, why would you want to be in a turf battle that might get you canned?