Three Newspapers Kicked Off That One’s Plane

I wonder if the unhinged at Firedoglake and others who whined about Mo Dowd, an opinion writer, getting the boot from McCain’s plane will cover

Journalists from three major newspapers — each having endorsed John McCain — reportedly have been booted from  Barack Obama’s campaign plane for the final leg of the presidential race. 

The Washington Times reported Friday that they were notified of the Obama campaign’s decision Thursday evening — even though the paper has covered Obama from the start. 

Supposedly, the Dallas Morning News and the New York Post were given the heave ho, as the other two. And Barry has every right to do it. It’s his plane, and campaigns do not have to do the jobs of reporters for them. Still, it is unprecedented for a presidential candidate to be so petty and do this. Just more evidence of what a Barry presidency will mean: chilling of the 1st Amendment, alternative voices will be silenced.

On the flip side, considering the condition of The One’s plane, maybe he did them a favor.

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