The Herald is sparing no space in its effort to crucify a Globe reporter who tweeted he was tired of the way "Boston Strong" has been commercialized, a thought that no good Bostonian has ever uttered.
A marathon bombing victim yesterday brushed off snarky social media charges that the Red Sox are commercializing the Boston Strong slogan, saying the team has been nothing but genuine in how it has dealt with survivors of the tragedy.
It all started Thursday, with this tweet by Globe political reporter Wesley Lowery:
So tired of "Boston Strong," but still inspired by the resilience of so many of those wounded in the marathon bombings.
— Wesley Lowery (@WesleyLowery) October 25, 2013
You can follow the next couple of days' worth of Twitter back and forth on this on this page set up by Hilary Sargent.
Globe scribe is SMH at Herald using a marathon victim as a prop to continue taking deliberately obtuse cheap shots. Not even worth linking.