The Post-Dispatch reported on the Charlie Dooley / Bill Corrigan debate — candidates St. Louis County Executive. Dooley affirmed during the debate that he did not support such a merger and an earlier Post-Dispatch article was a “misstatement”.
Then, the writer, Paul Hampel, actually goes on to relate more details of a previous article where Dooley had “favored such a merger” and discussed a flap over the wording on whether or not it was a “priority”.
Many of us who have come to view the Post-Dispatch as a… …well… … Democrat shill, left-wing rag, progressive tripe… …are happy to note the full disclosure of the article. Thank you Mr. Hampel; I’m glad you were able to sneak this one past your editors!
Keep it up Post-Dispatch and you’ll shed that nasty image of bias and your Post-Disgrace pseudonym.
Now, Mr. Dooley, you should know by now that the American electorate is back on-line and paying attention. To run for an office, you need to have your positions on issues defined… …and when you make a stance, you better stick to it. That’s not just true for Incumbent Democrat St. Louis County Executive Candidates! Everyone’s watching the Republicans even more closely; we don’t trust them either!