It was from someone that was…well, I don’t want to say complaining about the Mary Sheehy Moe post that was on MT Cowturd today, but at least questioning its value.
Why is that post up on that site today?
I’ll take it a bit further and ask, why was the Art Wittich trial results post up for 4 days?
I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that no one cares about either the Wittich post or the Moe post.
Alright, maybe a couple people do. I’d say 1% of the state, maybe.
In regard to the Moe post, it’s about the 500th birthday of William Shakespeare.
Yeah, I shit you not.
A dead Englishman that’s been dead for 450 some-odd years – that’s what the Montana Democratic Party wants you to think about today.
Jesus Christ on a popsicle stick!
Folks, this is exactly why the majority of the state does not care about the Democrats!
Thankfully we have some sites making up for the lackluster posts that the MT Democratic Party apparatus is putting up.
Chief amongst them right now is Reptile Dysfunction.
Wow, what fire got lit under this site’s ass lately, huh?
I mean, for the entire month of March there is a good post every time that site puts something up.
They’re continuing that trend right into April and it’s becoming clear to many that this site is on a roll.
I hope they continue reporting issues that the main media organ of Missoula, the Missoulian continues to ignore.
My, that paper has fallen far.
Besides the critical reporting that we get from the Missoula Current blog on the Missoulian’s troubles – we wouldn’t know the Bunk gun incident otherwise – we know that the paper’s finances have been shit for some time.
Something I often think of in blog terms is the Flathead Beacon, a paper that continues to cover important issues that you just aren’t reading anywhere else.
Remember, when one business is doing poorly another business across town will be doing great.
That’s the case with our Montana media right now, and especially our Missoula media.
The corporate, from-a-distance approach is not working. The individual, community-oriented approach is.
It’s exciting living in these times of change. Expect to see a lot more as we progress into summer.