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WIR did a lot of Web searching on Sunday but failed to come up with an Op-Ed or rant touching on the imperative of the month: Ending the fraud that is President’s Day. This is a country that needs to work, not lounge.
Turns out the media uses this most bogus of all holidays as an excuse to ease up on the journalism pedal, as follows:
*The Washington Post tells the same old story about Ohio.
*The New York Times tells the same old story about the superdelegates.
*The Examiner reached for some wire copy on the story of the weekend, that insane and tragic accident in Accoceek.
*Politico gives the full patdown on the Clinton campaign’s efforts to slow this “rush to judgment” on the Democratic nomination.
*The Alexandria Gazette Packet, meanwhile, jumps into the prez mix with a piece on the cogitations of superdelegate Jim Moran, the Virginia congressman who decided to support Obama, though he’s high on both remaining contenders.
That’s all from WIR.